Jeremy Cook

Jeremy Cook

Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!

Latest from Jeremy Cook

VW Busses are a classic design in the US, and were produced in Brazil until 2014. Although I’m sure there are Americans jealous that such a late model bus is available there, some would probably prefer one that looks just like this amazing vinyl-wrapped R2D2 tribute! Husband and wife Cesar Aguzzoli... Read more »

For most people, playing drums is all about perfecting the skill of actually playing. In Tom Featherstone’s case, however, he decided to learn how to actually build them as well. Featherstone got his start with the “technical side” of drums by first taking apart his 10-year-old electronic drum kit to replace... Read more »

concrete1

No, what you see in the picture above is not a gigantic homemade mortar, it is in fact, a DIY cement mixer made with mostly recycled parts. These include the mixer body, which is an old pickle barrel, and a wheel bearing from a minivan that wasn’t nearly as worn... Read more »

cardbot1

If you’re worried about your credit card “walking off,” now there’s another explanation than simple theft. If you’re the creator of this credit card robot, it can literally walk off by itself. On the other hand, it looks like it would be very hard to use in a reader, so... Read more »

York, England, resident Edward Pulleyn, 16, had to design and construct a storage unit for his Design & Technology course at school. He says, I’ve been collecting comics for about a year and a half, and I’ve always had to store them in cardboard boxes. I’ve never seen anything more substantial on... Read more »

axe1

If you’re sick of cutting logs into mere halves for firewood, here’s a new idea, an axe that can instead split a log into quadrants in only one blow! British Columbia resident K. Holmz decided to make his after buying a welder. He had nothing to weld except axe heads,... Read more »

Furniture is necessary, but can be kind of boring. Why not add a playable board game surface to it? Corrado Cera was inspired by a Monopoly board drawn on a table that he saw while browsing the internet, and decided to build “the most dangerous game for social relations, friendships, or any... Read more »