Andrew Moffatt

Andrew is a junior at Berry College. He is a Creative Technologies major, who loves 3D printing and design!

The Marvel Stool


The Marvel Stool was designed to sharpen up my skills in the woodshop, while also making a decorative piece for my dorm room. It’s a great combination of woodwork and my favorite franchise, the marvel universe!
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2021

Stars vs. Stripes


A hand-crafted board game of checkers with 3D printed checker pieces with star and stripe designs imprinted on them. The inspiration for this project arose when I started to get back into board games, but was lacking a checkerboard to play; so, I designed
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2021

Campfire Stool


The Campfire Stool was designed using a CNC machine called Crawlbot. The stool was developed using ten pieces of a (sanded) designed panel and was combined using threaded rods and nuts; for polishing, blue and black spray paint were used!
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2021

Plasma Cut Sign


The plasma cut sign was designed using a CNC machine, the plasma cutter. It was designed using a sheet of metal and was constructed into a plate and two legs. It was then polished with a orbital disc sander, so we could obtain the shiny, glossy look.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2021

Mighty Mouse


The Mighty Mouse was designed with ergonomic and aesthetic design in mind, as well as utilizing the 3D printers to make it come into fruition.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Pop Art


Pop Art was designed with the aspect of using arrays for LEDS as well as shadowing the lights to produce effects under a stencil design to bring the board to life!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

MIXI


MIXI was a project that gave the user the ability to produce a variety of music/tones using a PCB board and a software called Audiotool. Interactive LEDS, potentiometers, and a slider were placed on the top of the enclosure to ensure for easy access.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Heavy Metal


Heavy Metal was designed out of sheet metal and designs (cut on the metal) illustrated through a story.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

GamePad


GamePad is a project that was created using a PCB board with different components as well as design an interactive game using Arduino.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Hot Foam Wire Cutter


A CNC machine that involved three stepper motors and a hot wire to cut rotational objects out of a foam block.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2021

The "Mega" Controller


This project coincides with a game that was created in CSC 103, it simply utilizes both Processing and Arduino to create a joystick controller to control a game!
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

Wooden Footstool


This project was designed to give your feet a rest while eating, reading, or working on some work for classes. It is portable and has a fleece surface to provide extra comfort.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Wrist Comforter


The Wrist Comforter is designed to help secure/comfort your wrist while you are operating a PC for long periods of time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2020

Hackberry Helper


Intermediate Project designed to alert the professor if a student has completed a task (by pressing the green button) or needs help with a current task (by pressing the red button).
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Stove Checker


The Stove Checker was designed to analyze how many students used the stove in Deerfield Hall at a certain time and day. That information would then be sent to a database, where all the entries were observed and then translated into graphs.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Space Dodger


Space Dodger is game that was designed in CSC 103. The objective is to dodge/shoot flying meteors that are trying to destroy your ship.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020