Phil DeCroos


Here is my portofolio of mechanical and electrical projects.

Here are some of my favourites. 👇

UW EV Challenge

I was on my high school’s EV team where we built and raced 2 EVs over 3 years. I worked on several projects including increasing the battery capacity and building body panels.

Arduino Timer

The Code

Line-Following Robot

In my MTE 220 course, my partner and I built and programmed this PCB to work as a line-following robot. I also designed and 3D printed this stand to help with soldering components to the board.

Conveyor System

In my MTE 100 course, my group designed this modular conveyor system that can sort and transport products with barcodes. I designed the drive system, coded the simulation, and helped present our final design.

Phone Stand

In my MTE 100 course, I made this folding phone stand by starting with hand sketches, creating and revising a SolidWorks model, and then 3D printing the final design.

Can Crusher

I designed this aluminum can crusher in SolidWorks to be able to easily crush any can up to the size of an Arizona Iced Tea.


I competed in the FLL robotics competition for 5 years, having one of the top-performing robots in the province in our last 2 years, and winning the provincial robot design award with our last robot.


I designed this table in Autodesk Fusion 360 to be made of standard-sized pieces of wood.


In my MTE 100 course, I designed this snowflake in Autodesk AutoCAD and then had it laser-cut.


In my Grade 12 physics class, my partner and I designed and built this rocket with the goal of it reaching a max height of 23m. It ended up flying to 23.17m.