Patented Fluid Displacement LinerTM (FDL) technology is a revolutionary impact technology advancement in terms of performance, comfort, and style in comparison to stagnant safety helmet technology (e.g. compression foam), now prevalent for 6+ decades.
The inaugural application for FDL technology is the CHM-1 Half-Shell Motorcycle Helmet,
Welding technologies are fundamental to fabrication and ubiquitous within manufacturing. Laser welding has found wide application for the joining of precision metal components and high-speed production due to the intense laser heat source. Low penetration or “conduction mode” welding is well controlled,
Chemical manufacturing is responsible for close to 30% of the global energy demand, and innovative solutions are needed to reduce the impact of CO2 emissions released from energy-intensive chemical processes.
Iowa State University and North Carolina A&T State University are working together to develop a smart virtual reality system (SVRS) for engineering students to continue manufacturing lab during the COVID-19 pandemic period.
The proposed apparatus realizes inspection of optical members for cosmetic defects being surface flaws and inclusions. Plenitude of efforts is being made to develop methods and machinery for objective testing optical members prior to their utilization (e.g., patents: US 4,841,139; US 3,892,494; US 6,075,591; US 9,513,215; etc).
This invention is designed to automatically play the traditional piano and play the music itself. This is done by electronic relays that move the piano, the keyboard, using electrical impulses. When the electronic relay is energized and the same key is pressed, this key illuminates.
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