Seven years ago I started out learning to draft by hand, spending hours ensuring my paper was aligned with my T-square, drawing construction lines, and lettering to my hearts content. While continuing with that practice I moved on to 2d drafting in AutoCAD, and after becoming proficient moved into both architectural drafting and mechanical modeling. After beginning my early college years I was able to earn a certification in SolidWorks and began fulfilling clients needs in 3d modeling. I have accrued experience in 2d CNC work, injection molding, large scale manufacturing, small scale assembly, and am expanding into CAM.
Through M. L. McKinney LLC I am able to offer quality modeling and drafting services using industry standard software with 1 on 1 consultation. Together we can tweak your design until it is exactly what you want!
[Tech]Story is a podcast launched December 4th, 2017 where I discuss high level understanding of innovations that have changed the past and what they mean for the future! Join me with a new innovation twice a month, where it came from, how it works, and how it might affect the future. Follow me on twitter to get the most recent updates.
The following is a sample of my most recent blog posts.
Infrared Imaging in a tech that is the basis for many products we use today; however, it broad field has seemingly endless applications in medical, industrial, and home use.
Welcome! To tech-story, where I share with you the story of technologies that have disrupted thinking, And changed the world. I’m your host, Maxx McKinney, and today we’re going to be learning about Carbon fiber which is a more recent development in the market, with a plethora of uses.
Welcome! To tech-story, where I share with you the story of technologies that have disrupted thinking, And changed the world. I’m your host, Maxx McKinney, and today we’re going to be getting into .vacuum tubes, some facts you probably didn’t know, and how tubes still matter even with transistors stealing the show.
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