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Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   11/21/2011 3:04:44 PM
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Great, sensor pro. We have detailed instructions. Send me your email and I'll get them right off to you:

rob.spiegel@ubm.com

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sensor pro   11/21/2011 2:54:43 PM
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Thank you. It may be a nice idea I'm not familiar with the procedure on how to do that. If you have any directions on how to do that, I would be glad to submit.

 

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Rob Spiegel   11/21/2011 2:29:58 PM
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Hi sensor pro, do you have a gadget you might want to submit to Gadget Freak? How about the gadget you mentioned in the posting. What that be appropriate? We'd love to see it.

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sensor pro   10/28/2011 10:52:17 AM
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Fun to read all these gadgets. I'm too lost for fun stuf, but as something to be happy about: just completed development of a high temperature tilt senor that works at ove 210C in a continuous mode. It was great to see that it operated for over 3 weeks in a 210C oven 24/7.

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Jason   9/30/2011 12:38:34 PM
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This has always been one of my favorite sections of Design News.  I look forward to the new and whacky things people think up each and every issue.

 

Maybe one day something I think up will be here as well, but nothing I fiddle with is even remotely ready!



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