Hi, I’m Jeremy Cook, and this site is about the “amateur engineering” projects that I do in my spare time. These projects vary from making stuff on my CNC router or manual lathe, to small robotics projects and photographic techniques that I like to experiment with. If you haven’t yet, you should definitely subscribe via email or your preferred method in the upper-right corner of this page. You can unsubscribe at any time, and you’ll be able to get every new JcoPro.net post straight to your inbox!
My Background and Education
As for me, I gradated from Clemson University with a Mechanical Engineering degree in 2004, and I’ve worked as a manufacturing engineer in the Greenville area of South Carolina since then. This experience has really taught me a lot about how things are made, and the skills required to make unique items that can be found throughout this site. Being able to write about the projects that I do in my spare time is really fun for me. I’ve really enjoyed sharing through this blog what I’ve done with people, so I hope you’ll make it a point to check back, or even drop a comment on any of my posts!
Other Places I write
Although the information on this site is public, I am not a PE so you should definitely use your own judgment and common sense if you choose to use any of this information in your own projects. In other words, I take no responsibility for what happens if you try something like I’ve described here. I honestly don’t recommend trying anything I describe.
I check comments quite often, but if you want to email me, it’s jscook55 (at) gmail.com or you can follow me on Twitter @JeremySCook