P.O. Box 250904
Plano, TX 75025
3905 Hedgcoxe Rd. #250904
Plano, TX 75025
Wow! Thank you for wanting to help girls going to college in STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). You can donate directly below or through PayPal. 100% of the donations go directly to the 'Dansby Scholarship Award for Girls in STEM' through the National Videogame Museum. If you have any questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The scholarship grant is managed through Fidelity Charitable Giving Account #1114329, you can also contact me to donate directly to the scholarship fund.
You can also donate directly to the National Videogame Museum.
Short answer, yes, but my currently I'm booked until the end of October 2018 with travel, work and projects. To get on my waiting list please fill our my commission request form here.
LEDO Mindstorms! A LEGO programmable brick, motors and sensors.
Fill out the National Videogame Museum Scholarship Application by April 1, 2019 here.
Check to see if you have a local Makerspace in your area. They offer free classes and have some of the most passionate helpful people I have ever met.
Yes! If you already have a 3D Print file you can upload your STL, OBJ, STEP or IGES file and get a quote by emailing me at email@example.com
Dallas, Texas where I was born and raised, on the computer is where I spent most of my days.
There are a lot of tools I use, it would be difficult to list them all, but here are a quick few that I use almost everyday.
I have the xNT NFC Tag from Dangerous Things. It was $99 US dollars.
Yup! My initials are ADD, Amie Danielle Dansby = ADD, or Amie DD or AmieDoubleD, but ya it's my real name(thanks mom and dad hahaha).
KiCad is a free cross platform and open source electronics design automation suite you can use to create schematics, PCB(printed circuit board)layouts.
Eagle is PBC design tool by Autodesk and is integrates with Fusion 360 seamless. Making custom PCBs for your 3D Printing part, has never been easier. Just use the right tools!
You can follow along my Bio Implant Chip Tesla Model 3 Hack project on Hackaday.io