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quinta-feira, 11 de abril de 2013

Calcular Ímanes, Criar, Arduino mais fácil, Carpintaria mais fácil, e fotografar Flocos de Neve!!!

Uma boa Ferramenta Online, esta, da Supermagnete.de, calculem a atracção dos vossos Ímanes, um Ímane por outro, ou por uma Placa de Ferro.
Várias Forças de ìmanes, vários formatos, é só escolher, e têem a papinha toda feita, assim:

Adhesive force calculation

On this page you can carry out adhesive force calculations with the help of articles from our shop or by entering your own specifications. You can find additional information in our FAQ .











Mais um Workshop da nossa amiga Anabela, saiam da Rotina, e vão lá:



Mais um modelo de Cartonagem

Este, com o VULGAR  fecho da avó.
Vamos lá, pessoal!












Eis um Blog interessantíssimo, para vos facilitar a vida com Electrónica Digital e o Arduino, por quem sabe:





Hardware Startup

My adventures in electronics and as a second time founder of a hardware/electronics startup

About

I’m a hardware designer, startup founder and father of two kids. I love building and launching products and want to share some of the things that I have learned over the years. My first product is GrowGuard, a way to connect your plants to the Internet. It allows you to record and watch their growing conditions over time and get alarms when things are going bad.










...E porque não, Carpintaria fácil?
Pois cá está ele 50 Projectos fáceis, para Principiantes, para não se enfastiarem...
E ganharem confiança em vós mesmos!
É bom!



 
Woodworking Projects for Beginners 
noahw

Here's 50 great beginner woodworking projects that will get you comfortable with the basics of building with wood.  Some of the projects below can be completed in a weekend and others in just a few hours, either way all the projects will help you create something great out of wood.






 




E para espanto e gáudio do Respeitável Público, cá vai esta maravilha, Fotografia de Alta Velocidade, tão rápida, que capta FLOCOS DE NEVE!
Maravilha!


High-speed camera system catches close-ups of snowflakes in mid-air

Ben Coxworth

Falling snow can play havoc with radar systems, so the more that we know about the manner in which snow falls, the better that those systems can be equipped to compensate for it. That’s why for the past three years, researchers from the University of Utah have been developing a device known as the Multi-Angle Snowflake Camera – or MASC. Using three cameras and two motion sensors, it captures 3D photos of snowflakes in free-fall.






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