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  Photos of the Day: Robot Rodeo Showcases Bomb Squad Expertise  
  VIDEO  
  Evaluating the Solar Roadways Test Results  
  NEWS  
  Safety Tech Might Have Prevented Deadly Amtrak Crash  
  NEWS  
  Recycled Hybrid Car Batteries Live On at Yellowstone Park  
  NEWS  
  Helicopter Crash Survivor Suing Manufacturers  
  NEWS  
  Math Can Make You Better at Sports, Study Says  

DualVee® Linear Guide Wheels

DualVee linear guide wheels consist of both an external and internal 90 degree vee angle. The vee groove guide wheel is made with a double row angular contact bearing for excellent load capability and long life. Vee bearing guide wheels are available in 52100 steel or 440C stainless steel from stock. Special DualVee guide wheels are available for cleanroom, debris-laden, low temperature and high temperature applications.


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Engineering Newswire 139: Flying Car Crash Lands in Test Flight

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Today on Engineering Newswire, we’re upgrading our phones with a new smartphone case, testing the limits of a flying car, and shedding weight from the army’s machine gun ...


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FREE MultiSIM BLUE Download.

Scheme, simulate, PCB layout, BOM and purchase using one tool. The entire tool chain is fully integrated. Thanks to NI and Mouser, there’s a better way to analyze the functional simulation of linear circuits and create PCBs with the newest components.


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VIDEO

Building Spacecrafts in Space

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It takes a lot of hard work and effort to get an entire spacecraft into orbit. But what if we didn’t have to? What if we built the spacecraft IN space? A NASA Innovative Advanced Concept is looking at just that ...


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NEWS

Honda Recalls More Vehicles for Takata Problems, Acura Radar

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Honda Motor Co. recalled an additional 4.89 million vehicles around the world Thursday for a new type of problem in Takata air bag inflators, for which Japanese rivals Toyota and Nissan have already carried out recalls ...


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Vibration / Shock Absorption Mounts

J.W. Winco Inc.’s inch size GN 352.1 cylindrical vibration / shock absorption mounts with threaded stud are used as end-stop bumpers or sound dampers. They absorb most of the accumulated kinetic energy on impact, and prevent damaging shock and rebound. These mounts are also used as leveling feet. Mount body is vulcanized natural rubber, 55 durometer (shore hardness ±5°). Cover plate and threaded stud are zinc plated, blue passivated steel, molded in.


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NEWS

Technology Revolutionizes Voter Registration for 2016

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When President Barack Obama was first elected in 2008, only two states offered a website where citizens could register to vote. By the 2016 presidential election, it's possible that ...


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VIDEO

Why Neutrinos Matter

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Elementary particles are the smallest known building blocks in the universe — and the neutrino is one of the smallest of the small. These tiny neutrinos can tell us about the furthest reaches and most extreme environments ...


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Boosted Board Moves from Prototyping to Production

A vehicle that’s lighter than 15 pounds, faster than a roadrunner and costs less than a penny per mile. Presenting: the Boosted Board. Visit: protolabs.com for more information.


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NEWS

Soprano Sarah Brightman Puts Off Her Space Flight

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A company helping British soprano Sarah Brightman prepare a flight to the International Space Station says she has put off the mission. Space Adventures said in a statement Wednesday that the ...


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ROUND UP

Which Industry Uses 3D Printing Most Often?

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Adoption of 3D printing is accelerating around the world, a recent report from Forbes said. College students and artists are also getting in on the action:  a Swiss duo have printed light-sensitive works of art ...

 

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Engineering Newswire 138: Air-Powered Car Claims Zero Pollution

Today on Engineering Newswire, we're using drones to assess cyclone carnage, sword-fighting with robots, and riding in the first compressed air-powered car ...


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NEWS

Bomb Squads Duke It Out at Robot Rodeo

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The rodeo, which began Monday, is designed with elaborate props to model the atmosphere of real-life emergencies in a low-risk, competitive environment. Robots are life-saving tools for the nation’s hazardous device teams ...


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Dual Channel TDR Locates Faults on Metallic Cables

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Megger has announced the TDR2010, a dual channel, high resolution time domain reflectometer (TDR) for locating faults on all metallic cables, including twisted pair wires and coax cables. Suitable for use by electrical service contractors, telecommunications technicians as well a ...


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We are now accepting entries for the 2015 Young Mind Awards!

Our mission is to inspire youth at the Middle and High School levels, as well as students at the undergraduate level, to pursue their passion and bring forth Design Engineering and Research and Development as desirable education and career options for scholars.


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NEWS

Math Can Make You Better at Sports, Study Says

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A calculating player is a better player, and players and teams can learn to up their game by thinking better regardless of their physical skill, said researchers Carl Lindberg and Jan Lennartsson in a study ...


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NEWS

Helicopter Crash Survivor Suing Manufacturers

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A Montana man injured in a helicopter crash in the DeSoto National Forest in south Mississippi has sued the manufacturers of the helicopter and the engine. Named as defendants are ...


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How Do We KEEP Students in STEM?

Statistics show that 38 percent of students who start with a STEM major in college do not actually graduate with a degree in the same discipline. What needs to change to prevent these losses? What can professors, and even businesses, do to keep students engaged and interested in the STEM field of their choice?


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NEWS

Recycled Hybrid Car Batteries Live On at Yellowstone Park

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Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus is now powered by batteries recycled from cars. A field of solar panels is combined with 208 re-used nickel-metal hydride battery packs from Toyota Camry Hybrids ...


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NEWS

Safety Tech Might Have Prevented Deadly Amtrak Crash

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The deadly Amtrak derailment near Philadelphia appears to be yet another accident that didn't have to happen. It could have been avoided if a long-sought safety technology had been installed ...


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VIDEO

Evaluating the Solar Roadways Test Results

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The 6 month test results for the Solar Roadways Solaroad.nl solar bike path project in the Netherlands are in. Dave compared the results to three local rooftop solar system and debunks the recent media reports that the ...


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NEWS

Photos of the Day: Robot Rodeo Showcases Bomb Squad Expertise

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Bomb squads from across the country saddled up their robots and are duking it out at the ninth annual Western National Robot Rodeo and Capability Exercise at Sandia National Laboratories. The five-day event offers a ...


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