Practically a god but, like, a pretty terrible one.
I initially got into 3D printing to create enclosures for my electronics projects as that was a big point that was holding me back from really creating anything cool. I am however yet to print an enclosure that doesn't break almost instantly.
I put my design skill level as intermediate, but that's mostly really with other things. When it comes to 3D modelling I'm really more of a "just figured out how to use Tinkercad and really quite enjoying it" kind of designer.
So far I've mostly dabbled with analog electronics, however I've had some projects in the past that have been hybrids of analog and digital, with a few more planned in the future. A current project I have is designing a hybrid between a solid state and hollow state audio amplifier as a part of my extended project qualification. Want to take a look at how that's going? Take a look at my blog! http://chakmlaxpin.edublogs.org/
As far as 3D printing is concerned I'm pretty much a starter with most things. I know pretty much all the aspects behind the electronics side of things because I've been studying it for coming on 3 years now and I dabble in it a lot outside of college. But with regards to slicers, software, optimal settings... I'm still learning.
I Am A…Engineer, Maker, Student
Tools I Use…
Printers: Creality Ender 3
Design Programs: MeshMixer, Tinkercad, Sketchup
3D Design Skill Level