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Content posted in October 2011
Slide Chart Helps Find Screws & Fasteners
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10/25/2011  15 comments
Mark Atkins at Great Innovations has come up with a great way to present frequently-used information about screws and metals in a two-sided slide chart.
Is There a Diamond Machine in Your Future?
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10/21/2011  9 comments
Researchers at the Sandia Corporation have created complete machines with gears and microscopic transmissions fabricated from microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) systems.
What Would You Do With a 6-V Motor, Two Servos & a Battery?
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10/18/2011  10 comments
Someone should start a robotics competition that challenges kids to build something out of a small DC motor, a 2-channel transmitter and servo receiver, two servo motors, and a battery pack.
Freescale Combines Vehicle Sensors With Tower System
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10/11/2011  3 comments
Freescale's latest board for the company's Tower System is a set of 8-bit MCU boards and peripheral devices that communicate via "elevator" bus boards.




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