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My editor passed along an interesting article to me this morning.
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created an artificial leaf that uses solar cells to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, while creating energy in the process. Daniel Nocera, who lead the…Continue
So today I came across an article about a deadly venomous snake that is missing from the New York City Zoo. This Egyptian Cobra, which can easily take down an elephant within hours (not to mention a human within minutes), has been missing for a few days now, and…Continue
Last week’s IFPE show, held in conjunction with the CONEXPO/CON-AGG events in Las Vegas, was by almost any measure a blockbuster. 120,000 registered attendees from 150 countries saw 2400 exhibitors that took up 2.34 million sq-ft of exhibit space. IFPE itself was the largest show in history, and there was a distinctly international feel to the whole event. Fully 24% of…
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This is great article about The time-tested ActionJac series achieving clean solar actuation. In the 1970s a backyard home satellite system was big. These commercial satellite systems had a diameter of about ten feet and were made primarily out of heavy fiberglass. In order to assist in satellite positioning, Nook Industries designed and applied its ActionJac, a worm gear screw jack product line, to this specific market. Although home satellite systems have steadily decreased in size…Continue
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New ActionJac article in Design News: http://www.designnews.com/article/517507-ActionJac_Worm_Gear_Screw_Jack.php.
Check it out and let us know what you think.
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What would our economy look like if every home had an additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping system? For example, how would it affect manufacturing? Would it translate into more or fewer jobs? How about transportation? Would we need fewer trucks and fewer distribution centers? What if, instead of everyone having an individual system, rapid prototyping systems were grouped into franchise opportunities, sort of like a “Kinko’s,” and consumers went there to obtain the item they wanted or…Continue
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If you were hungry to hear about the newest products and trends in the clean energy industry, the Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo appeased your appetite. With almost 200 vendors and suppliers displaying equipment, products, and…
Added by Kathie Zipp on March 14, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments
Can A&E's be designed to be safer, calmer and more efficient?
The Design Council and the Department of Health are looking for designers to team up with industry suppliers to reduce the human and financial cost of violence and aggression towards NHS staff in A&E. Winning teams will be awarded a fund of £150,000 and the chance to work with NHS staff on redesigning A&E environments, processes, services and information…Continue
Added by Catherine Pratt on March 11, 2011 at 1:58am — No Comments
PRECISE EFFICIENCIES: Nook has been recognized as a leader in the precision ball screw industry for over 30 years. Nook manufactures the widest breadth of precision rolled ball screws ranging from 4mm…Continue
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Nook Industries, a Cleveland-headquartered provider of linear motion control systems and turnkey components, has expanded its …Continue
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