KSF Labs is the virtual/real workshop(s) and nom de tech of electronics engineer Ken McGary. I have been tinkering with hardware since my grade school days, and I have the soldering scars to prove it!
After graduating from Murray State University with a BSEET degree in 1984, I worked for General Dynamics in Fort Worth, TX for about three years, then headed west to San Francisco. I helped develop and manufacture diagnostic ophthalmic equipment for Humphrey Instruments in San Leandro until 1994. I then consulted for a few years for various clients, including DiCon Fiberoptics. In 1998, I became a Specialist at UCSF, and ran the Dept. of Physiology Electronics Shop there for 13 years.
Now I am available as a consulting or contract engineer. Get in touch to chat about your technical problems and requirements, no strings attached. I also consider fixed-cost contracts for very well-defined projects. If you require an instrument or gadget that might also be useful to others, an open-source hardware project might be called for as a way to reduce development costs and allow others to more easily replicate your research methodology.
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