Content posted in November 2013
Select Reliable Connectors for Mobile Devices
Guest Blogs 11/26/2013
If you've spent any time looking for the right connector to use in a smartphone or other mobile device, you might believe that all fine-pitch, low-profile connectors are created equal. But they're not.
Miniature Vacuum Pumps Could Deliver Big Benefits
Guest Blogs 11/21/2013
A Honeywell lab team borrowed a page from conventional turbine compressors and applied the latest silicon micro fabrication techniques to machine hundreds of thousands of micron-sized turbine blades onto the surface of a silicon wafer the diameter of a penny. When the wafer is rotated at high speed, the result is an ultra-high vacuum in a small chamber, all on less than a watt of energy.
Top 3 Luxury Cars of 2013
Guest Blogs 11/20/2013
The UK has been at the heart of manufacturing some of the finest automobiles on the planet for more than a century. All that experience has led to a very impressive line of high-end sports cars that are highly coveted the world over. Here are three of the best.
Get to Know UL 1604
Guest Blogs 11/19/2013
We routinely field questions about UL 1604 and which products comply with it. Here are the answers to some of those questions.
PCB Design & Layout on a Budget
Guest Blogs 11/18/2013
The question that engineers continually look to answer is, "how do I get there with the least amount of effort and the lowest number of errors, and without spending a small fortune?” It’s a balance that often keeps engineers searching.
Reducing Cost With ERP Automation
Guest Blogs 11/13/2013
Implementation of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution in aerospace and defense can prove valuable for the automation of activities currently performed manually.
Slideshow: The 5 Coolest 3D-Printed Things
Guest Blogs 11/1/2013
Many interesting items are being 3D printed (even as we speak). We present five that we think are pretty cool -- from a Terminator arm and artsy coffee reproductions to an easy way to build a house of cards and a 3D printer made from scrap.
The term “autopilot” is now at the heart of a growing debate between Tesla Motors Inc. and Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority.
A make-your-own Star Wars Sith Lightsaber hilt is heftier and better-looking than most others out there, according to its maker, Sean Charlesworth. You can 3D print it from free source files, and there's even a hardware kit available -- not free -- so you can build one just in time for Halloween.
Highly regarded engineer and physicist Ransom Stephens speaks with Design News about his extensive science and engineering background, the serious yet funny study of neuroscience, and how one primes their brain for innovation.
It's your turn to cast your vote for one of these 12 finalists to win the ARM TechCon Reader's Choice Award for the most innovative product of the past year.
While supercapacitors and rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries both store energy, these two technologies are very different in their design and in their performance capabilities.
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