Rogers Corporation's Durel Division will be exhibiting its newest electroluminescent (EL) product lines at this year's Electronica show in Germany. Currently in high-volume production, Rogers DUREL DFLX lamps are very thin at just 0.1 mm and flexible because of the absence of the polyester film associated with conventional EL lamps. These versatile EL lamps are used in mobile phones, remote controls and other electronic devices with keypads. For more information about Rogers EL Lamps, EL Drivers, and Electroluminescent Materials Systems, drop an e-mail to email@example.com or visit www.rogerscorporation.com.
Using a 3D printer, CNC router, and existing powertrain components, a team of engineers is building an electric car from scratch on the floor of the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago this week.
In November, a European space probe will try to land on the surface of a comet moving at about 84,000 mph and rotating with a period of 12.7 hours. Many factors make positioning the probe for the landing an engineering challenge.
NinjaFlex flexible 3D printing filament made from thermoplastic elastomers is available in a growing assortment of colors, most recently gold and silver. It's flexible and harder than you'd expect: around 85A (Shore A).
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