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Apr 15, 2011
Gerald Pellett commented on Daniel Christadoss's blog post How important is Management for Engineers? - Probably more than we think
"With companies adding more and more responsibilities to your plate, you'll probably be expected to do project management while engineering the same project. Most of us don't get business or management training while in engineering school,…"
Jul 3, 2010
Daniel Christadoss replied to Lance Brown's discussion How long before paper solar panels become a reality????
"Lance, Thanks for the question. Imagine an office of the future. Huge halls with no cubicles, only docking/charging station on the peripheral walls or over head power ways. The pemmPOD is self propelled and has a swivel monitor and key boards build…"
May 26, 2010
S Raghavan commented on Daniel Christadoss's blog post How important is Management for Engineers? - Probably more than we think
"Yes, Bhagavat Gita proposes the concept of being focused on the job at hand without being swayed by interim results."
May 24, 2010
Daniel Christadoss commented on Steve Glad's blog post Applying Power Quality Measurements to Predictive Maintenance
"Steve, Thank you for an excellent post on Power Quality Measurements to Predictive Maintenance. I will certainly use the information in Predictive Maintenance initiatives I am presently involved in. I have been recently playing with LabView with a…"
May 24, 2010
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Faster Maintenance in the Factory of the Future by Augmented Reality

Maintenance of Custom Automated machines in modern factories pose a challenge of their own.I recently read about interesting soon to be available technology in the MIT Tech Review.It is an Augmented-Reality head set developed at Columbia University as an aid to maintenanceI can see a lot of potential here and an opportunity not only for users but for procedure developers.Increasing Utilization is improving the bottom line for Manufacturing…See More
May 22, 2010
Daniel Christadoss replied to Product Design Engineer's discussion Design Solution For Polycarb Clamshell
"Aaron, Thanks for your reply. I assume the clam shells will be injection molded. Would it be possible to have an elliptical dome on the top half of the clam shell. The annual joint may work to close the clam shell. You could release the bond of the…"
May 21, 2010
Daniel Christadoss replied to Product Design Engineer's discussion Design Solution For Polycarb Clamshell
"Aaron, How about an intermittent annular joint. You could twist the clam shells apart."
May 21, 2010
Daniel Christadoss and Elizabeth Griffin are now friends
May 19, 2010
Daniel Christadoss commented on Elizabeth Griffin's blog post Did you know how double angular contact bearing technology was invented?
"Elizabeth, Thanks for posting the interesting videos and information online about your products. It was a treat to hear what Bud had to say about tool making. By the way I have seen engineers use your vee-bearing guides to guide narrow webs in…"
May 19, 2010
Daniel Christadoss commented on John R. Gyorki's blog post "We no longer have a job for you here, John!"
"John, Thanks for sharing this story with us. Yes, has happened to me probably more than thrice in my career. However all the companies I worked for had a heart. They usually gave me 2 to 3 months to find a job. And I did. The key was to keep in…"
May 19, 2010
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May 15, 2010
Daniel Christadoss posted a blog post

How important is Management for Engineers? - Probably more than we think

True engineering is managing man, money and machines.Every engineer is a Project Manager. We bring concepts to life by dreaming, conceiving, proposing, selling, committing, managing and releasing onto the unsuspecting public glimmers in our eyes.How do we do it?We learn from our peers, our education, our experience, our mentors/reverse mentors and particularly our failures.Reverse mentoring has helped me quite a bit in my role as dreamer, engineer & "project manager"One such pointer was to…See More
May 15, 2010

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Faster Maintenance in the Factory of the Future by Augmented Reality

Posted on May 22, 2010 at 4:12am 0 Comments

Maintenance of Custom Automated machines in modern factories pose a challenge of their own.


I recently read about interesting soon to be available technology in the MIT Tech Review.


It is an Augmented-Reality head set developed at Columbia University as an aid to maintenance


I can see a lot of potential here and an opportunity not only for users but for procedure developers.


Increasing…
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How important is Management for Engineers? - Probably more than we think

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 3:45am 2 Comments

True engineering is managing man, money and machines.


Every engineer is a Project Manager. We bring concepts to life by dreaming, conceiving, proposing, selling, committing, managing and releasing onto the unsuspecting public glimmers in our eyes.


How do we do it?


We learn from our peers, our education, our experience, our mentors/reverse mentors and particularly our failures.


Reverse…
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The power of ink jetting, desk top fabrication & solar power for self designed user driven products towards Negawatts

Posted on May 13, 2010 at 2:05am 0 Comments

Lance Brown had an interesting discussion on MIT's paper solar panel in Green Engineering.


Advances in piezo ink jetting, desk top fabrication and solar chemicals have brought the possibility of configuring our dreams into reality.


I would very much like to share a bog in this area.…


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Negawatts - What is it? How can we do it? Every House, Office & Community is an opportunity!

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 2:27am 0 Comments

Energy Harvesting for Negawatts. All of us can do it!


Quoting from the link from Renewable Energy World


"Negawatts are the ones that don’t get consumed, the energy that is conserved when efficiency is put to work. It is a measure of electricity that is not generated. Negawatts are the cheapest New Energy…
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At 10:10am on May 10, 2010, Karthikeyan said…
Dear Daniel,
I am glad to be the part of the contest. i will model the entire Assembly using Pro-E, can you send me the drawings as soon as possible and also let me know about the Lead time.
Thank you
G.Karthikeyan
At 10:47pm on May 8, 2010, Karthikeyan said…
Dear Daniel,
i am very much interested to do some social work. willing to co-operate with your on going projects. am expert in Pro-E Design and Automation. am doing to projects, which is impossible for others. you give me your work, i will do it as social service.

Thank you
G.Karthikeyan
At 7:46am on May 8, 2010, Todor Tanev said…
Thank you for the invitation, really impressive place.
 
 
 

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