Contact me: hanno@braun-odw.eu @hanno:braun-odw.eu

Hanno Braun

making and small-scale manufacturing

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Hey, I'm Hanno! I'm a self-employed software developer and maker, living in the beautiful Odenwald region in Germany.

Fornjot

I work on Fornjot, an early-stage project to create a next-generation, code-first CAD application. I've been experimenting with this for years on the side, and it's now my main professional focus.

If you're interested, check out Fornjot's website or the GitHub repository. If you want to support the project, please consider sponsoring me.

Side Projects

I'm interested in making and small-scale manufacturing, and I'm working on a bunch of side projects related to that. Most notably, I make (and occasionally sell) notebooks.

I'm also a big believer in open source, and do most of my work out in the open. Check out my GitHub profile or read my updates to follow along.


Latest Notes

Latest Updates

  1. The next chapter of my battle with the Prusa Mini enclosure: after securing the heaviest item (the power supply) with a 3D-printed holder, the power strip turned into the new weak spot. I think I'm slowly learning my lesson about double-sided tape.

    Now everything should hold, hopefully!

  2. I had another few minutes to work on notebook #6 today. The cover is glued to the front side now. Next up, figuring out how to attach the rubber band that keeps the notebook closed, then glue on the rest of the cover.

  3. I ostensibly finished my Prusa Mini enclosure a while ago, but alas, the double-sided tape I used to hold the power setup on the back didn't hold. The power supply was too heavy, and when it fell, it pulled everything else with it. So I've printed this holder for it.

    Very happy with how it came out! Seems very sturdy. I expect it to hold this time.