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segunda-feira, 29 de abril de 2013

Dragsters para a Filharada, BeagleBone, Leds&Chips, e um modelo da Torre Eifel em grande.

Uma ideia um pouco maluca, mas há Filhos, e Pais, que andariam nesta Bizarma, sem Acidente nenhum, e há outros, que se matam num Skate, a direito, sem Inclinação, e sem Trânsito...


Jet-powered junior dragster for sale on eBay

David Szondy

If you’re the parent of a junior drag racer who thinks that an ordinary quarter mile blast of nitro-fueled acceleration is a bit “samey,” there’s an item on eBay that may interest you. TransTurbine is selling a Jet Powered Junior Dragster, which, as the name implies, is a junior drag-racing car that’s powered by a Boeing turbojet engine.
http://www.gizmag.com/jet-powered-junior-dragster-sale-ebay/27296/







A Placa BeagleBone volta à carga, na luta pela melhor placa de Computador minimalista, que carrega o Sistema Operativo Linux em 10 segundos, vem com uma  Placa Gráfica 3D, uma data de placas adicionais, para de tudo um pouco, e isto tudo, por 45 Dólares!
Vejam só:



BeagleBone Black flies faster than the speed of Pi for just $45

Paul Ridden



Developers, makers, and hobbyists looking for a beefier alternative to Gizmag favorite the Raspberry Pi will be delighted to learn that BeagleBoard.org has taken the wraps off a 1 GHz ARM-based board named the BeagleBone Black. Though it may look like a slightly more expensive outlay, its manufacturer says that by providing everything needed for display, keyboard and network connectivity right out of the box, the Black provides "a lower total cost of ownership than the nearest competitor."







Leds&Chips, vem-vos oferecer uma data de coisas boas para o Raspberry Pi, como esta Raspi compatível com o Arduino:


We've just added awesome new products for your Raspberry Pi!




E eis um dos muitos Planos à venda pelo Site do nosso amigo Jon Cantin, CNCKing, feito à grande e à Francesa, para uma Exposição, abrindo as portas do Papercraft, e da criação de atracções para os vossos Stands, em Exposições:



Testimonial: Chris’ FULL SIZED Eiffel Tower (UK)

Jon Cantin

Chris from Radecal Machine Sales & Service, uses his massive format Aristomat GL 2032-8 to cut a full sized Eiffel Tower in 6 hours using an oscillating blade. 

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"We used fomex plastic sheets as we wanted to print our logos on the sheets first using our Roland LEJ640 UV Printer. We are extremely pleased with the results… It took approx 6 hours to cut on the Aristo, we did have a few issues with vacuum holding down the material when cutting the really small detailed stuff but we managed to local the vacuum to that area after we realised the problem. The assembly didn’t take long at all, maybe 1 hour. Everyone loves it, and Im sure it will get a lot of attention at the show."

In my opinion, this looks awesome… I never even considered having projects cut with anything but a CNC laser, table router or 3D printed but this opens-up a whole new area for sales here on CNCKing.com… CNC machines are amazing, one design, endless possibilities across a whole range of them! With a laser you are looking at a whole day using, with an oscillating blade that time is cut in half! Impressive!

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