Hello Science Envy visitor! Thank you so much for finding my little corner of the universe. ScienceEnvy.com was created many years ago when I thought that my mission in life was to promote STEM and get young and old people interested in science and engineering by writing cool articles about cool stuff. In the following… Continue reading New life, new projects, new websites!
Have you always wanted a fancy designer handbag? But you don’t have the thousands of dollars to spend on a Chanel® or Louis Vuitton®? Here is the solution – 3D print your own! And by doing so, you can make it exactly as you want! I bought dozens of fancy (and too expensive) designer handbags,… Continue reading Download and 3D print your own designer handbag!
Posted April 22, 2019 I love to give away Easter Eggs, but I think the ones in the stores are both boring and expensive. For the last few years, I have made my own with 3D printing. This year’s “egg” features the KillaJoule (of course!) and has room for homemade treats (or store bought candy,… Continue reading Make your own KillaJoule Easter Egg! (3D files and recipe!)
Posted March 8, 2019 In case you have been following us on social media, or in case you don’t want to read the whole story below, here is the summary: We are done racing in Australia for this time. We set a new Australian record for electric motorcycles at 216.199 mph (352 km/h) (pending ratification… Continue reading New Australian record! End of an era. Start of a new era.
Posted January 5, 2019. Of course Barbie® needs a welding helmet so she can work on her racing car or motorcycle! With any 3D printer you can make your own “Mini-Eva” engineering action figure complete with a welding helmet. All needed files and instructions are found below. It will fit Barbie® and similar fashion dolls.… Continue reading Make welding helmet for Barbie®!
Have you always wanted a fancy designer handbag? But you don’t have the thousands of dollars to spend on a Chanel® or Louis Vuitton®? Here is the solution – 3D print your own! And by doing so, you can make it exactly as you want! I bought dozens of fancy (and too expensive) designer handbags,… Continue reading 3D print your own designer handbag!
Posted November 20, 2018 KillaJoule and I made the cover on the international magazine “STEM Women Magazine”. Read this in-depth article (and the entire magazine) for free here: www.stemforwomen.com/swNOV18/ It can also be downloaded as PDF
Posted October 30, 2018. Of course the doll needs a racing helmet and racing suit! With a sewing machine and 3D printer you can make your own “Mini-Eva” engineering action figure complete with racing suit and helmet. All needed files, patterns and instructions are found below. It will fit Barbie® and similar fashion dolls. Who… Continue reading Make helmet and racing suit for Barbie®!
Posted October 14, 2018. Meet the “KiWieel” – our first demo model of the new non-pneumatic tire design. Finite element analysis shows it is good for 500+ MPH (800 km/h). 🙂 Meeting a rubber manufacturer tomorrow that will help me find the best rubber compound, and I am very excited. Note, the wheel section is… Continue reading Meet the “KiWieel”
Posted 29 August, 2018. This excellent write-up in the New York Times is really important read for parents who want to encourage their daughters in STEM subjects, it’s crucial to remember this: Math is the sine qua non (the essential, crucial, or indispensable ingredient without which something would be impossible). You and your daughter… Continue reading Make your daughter practice math. She’ll thank you later.