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Wood chips pile up as I chisel away to create the grooves where the lighting circuitry for Schrodinger will be placed.

For the longest time, power tools scared me. I was accident prone with a hammer, the last thing I needed was to fall into a gyrating saw blade. So, it wasn’t until I took the graduate school equivalent of “shop class” that I learned the wonders of the drill press, the beauty of the band [...]