I started with computers in 1982, with a ZX Spectrum. After developing an EPROM programmer, the standard 16K ROM and 48k RAM where soon changed to 128k ROM and 256k RAM, bank switched. While I learned more about it, my knowledge made me capable of creating hardware to connect to the 'Spec'. Near the end of the Spectrum era I had build two custom computers, a desktop version wth a large keyboard, a mobile version with a small monitor build in and a fold down keyboard, and an A3 Plotter using a Z80PIO chip and my own software to control it.


In 1998 I started with a small notebook and a second-hand PC, creating things for MSDOS and Linux. The Plotter was changed to A2 and controlled by a 16 bit PIO via the parallel port.

I'm not an inventor, more an artist with the knowledge of creating things as cheap as possible. Most things I build are existing and can be bought right from the net, but.........there's no fun in that. My last creation, the 3DPrinter '3DDIE' has about 80 euro's on parts.

The menu at the top will get you to all information on this site. Most pages are in English, some also in Dutch.

Have lots of fun!!

model railway

Model Railroad
Starting building a track with Marklin H0 in the 1990's, was a lot of fun. Ten years later I found the means to build a smaller track using Maklin Z. Here are some descriptions and pictures of how they are created.
Most recent is the train set I created for LGB !


PIC MCU Hard- and Software
Starting in 2009 with exploring Micro controllers, I started with a Cypress chip but that didn't work out !
After gathering information on Microchip Micro controllers I started creating small projects. Here you can find information on some projects I did regarding MCU's and other modules.


FlightSim Hard- and Software
My interest in flying extends from FS5 and X-Plane 6 to the most recent version of P3D, X-Plane 10 and IVAO.
Here you can find all sorts of info of hard- and software I created through the years.


PC Hard- and Software
After building my first Plotter in 1988, it was fun making it A2 size and get it to work on, first a 16I/O PIO unit, and later on USB via a MCU. Then the CNCtable was born which I used for creating a extruder for the most recent project, a 3D printer called 3DDIE !