Some of my recent personal and academic projects - last updated in 2016.
Non-penumatic tire with a conformal honeycomb design generated algorithmically. Fabricated on the MarkOne 3D Printer with Nylon as a base material, and a Carbon Fiber reinforced hub. Selected as one of 16 finalists of the 2016 International ASME IAM3D Design Challenge.
Hexahedral meshing in Python, inspired by the SRF method proposed by Microsoft Research.
CAD software used to generate solid lattice structures within a 3D design space; developed in C# with the RhinoCommon SDK. Practical applications range from weight minimization to meta-material design and optimization. It is used primarily by engineers, architects and designers. The project was funded by NSERC and the McGill ADML Research Group. It has been downloaded by thousands including Google X, Ferrari, BMW, Peugeot, Nike, Adidas, GE, CAT, Airbus, HP Labs, MIT Media Lab and Harvard GSD, to name a few.
Co-founder and web developer of McGill Additive Manufacturing Students' Society; exploring the future of 3D printing with a membership of 240+ McGill students.
Co-founder and web developer of the budding McGill EUS 3D printing service.