Application for gerzytet

In-game name: 
Why are you interested in joining this server?: 
As soon as I joined this server as a visitor, I was awestruck at the quality of all the redstone creations hosted here. I want to join this server to learn as much as possible about advanced redstone circuitry, and to participate in a community of people who are equally passionate about redstone. I believe that no one should be distanced from the machines they dream of making because they can't find quality help understanding how to build it, so I am also here to help any new redstoners with any knowledge I have. I also want to join because this server has a focus on redstone that is scarcely found anywhere else. The closest server type to this one is a creative creative server, which often discourage complex redstone devices in the interest of reducing lag.
Current Redstone knowledge: 
My strongest redstone knowledge lies in the area of command blocks. I know how to apply almost every vanilla command, and have created systems for several minigames on a private server. In the area of pure, survival mode redstone: I know how to construct many different types of clocks (comparator, repeater, torch, hopper, you name it). I also know how to make several logic gates and how to combine them to perform addition and subtraction. I can design self-regenerating structures out of cobblestone and stone.
Past Redstone Experience: 
I have made many things using command blocks, including a scoreboard that randomizes between 0 and 9999 every 2 redstone ticks and a few simple minigames. I became intrested in the area of pure redstone by challenging myself to build a calculator in survival mode. I accomplished this on a survival server with the help of extensive redstone donations and trades from other people there. The calculator was 8-bit and had an addition/subtraction switch. The machine was made by chaining half-adders together. I was euphoric when I squashed the last bug in the machine. This inspired me to build a 3-D printer on the same server. The device was controlled by an array of levers that could push either cobblestone or stone onto the bottom corner of the print area, push a row of blocks from the first row upwards, and push parts of all the rows outwards. This design didn't use any logic, but it was still a challenge to make the controller compact enough.
About how often do you play Minecraft?: 
1-5 hours per day
Application status: 
What kind of creations would you like to build on this server?: 
I want to learn how to build a full computer here, capable of running programs. Most designs I have seen use binary, but I would also like to investigate analog computing. I also want to build a replica of my 3-D printer here and find a way to control it using the computer I build. It would be especially cool to make it so users can input shapes and designs to a screen and have the printer print it!