Fellow Maker George Padavick and I laughing at the woes of prototype circuitry in the wee hours of the morning in the University of Dayton Makerspace. 

Fellow Maker George Padavick and I laughing at the woes of prototype circuitry in the wee hours of the morning in the University of Dayton Makerspace. 

About

Hello World,

First and foremost, thank you for visiting my page

As far back as I can remember I have been taking things apart to understand how they work, and this natural curiosity has only gained momentum as I finish up my last semester of a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Dayton. Some of the pictures on this site (including the one to the left) were taken in the UD Makerspace that I founded in 2015, with the help of countless peers and faculty.  Now I run my own shop so I can experiment and build new things.

The products shown in the store are already built and ready to ship. There are also some product options available for popular items I have not built yet, that are an open canvas to get creative and collaborate to make something your own.  In their respective pages I also offer weld trainings, shop layout design service,  TIG welding, idea to functional concept, and engineering design consultations.  If you have any questions about a idea you would like to see built, fill out the contact form with your questions and or contact me:

cory.stuffelbeam@gmail.com

(330) 704-3477

Video made by Logan Lambert about the Makers Club

Timelapse build video and competition footage from a while back at the annual Wright Patterson Air Force Base pumpkin chuck.  We built our medieval weapon in one weekend!