Researchers at TU Wien in Austria have devised a method of fabricating permanent magnets using a 3D printer. The method allows for the 3D printing of complex forms with precisely customized magnetic fields, useful for magnetic sensors and other devices.
High speed cameras are generally out of reach for most people. Sure, our iPhones can do 240fps now, and there’s a few postage stamp 1000fps compacts, but if you want to go faster, you’re generally out of luck. High speed cameras come with very high price tags, and even renting them is an absurd amount of [...]
Did a robot pack your groceries? The day may not be far off when you’ll be able to answer that question with a yes – or maybe you’d rather just say, “affirmative.” That’s one of the goals engineers at Cambridge, Massachusetts based Soft Robotics seek to achieve using the soft robotic actuators they’ve developed to …
After nearly 40 years, you’d think that Mercedes-Benz would run out of tricks for its G-Class. After all, the company’s box-on-wheels doesn’t look much different today than it did back in 1979, when it first hit the road as a go anywhere, do anything four-by-four. But th
Ron MacWhorter is a real estate developer who was clearly pretty darn good at developing real estate. The man loves cars and was able to amass a collection of nearly 300 vehicles. Now he's ready to part with a large chunk of them and he's turned to Mecum to help him offload. What's he selling
Swedish engineer Eva Håkansson has developed the world's fastest electric motorcycle, the KillaJoule, with the help of 3D printing. The impressive vehicle currently holds the world record for fastest electric motorcycle with an impressive speed of 248.746 mph (400.2 kph).
When the optimist twin Freddie called the pessimist twin Gerrit from Zurich to tell him about his idea for a model railway, Gerrit asked him if he was suffering from a sunstroke. The two had run a successful nightclub together for over a decade, despite the frequent turnover of discos in Hamburg. So, despite his initial skepticism, Gerrit was soon on board. “You share your luck and double it with a twin brother,” he explained.
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