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terça-feira, 28 de maio de 2013

Rodas em Sugru! E uma corrida de Hot Wheels, um Exoesqueleto da Honda, cortar a Laser em ângulo, e um Candeeiro mais que fácil.

Sugru! Ou Oogoo, feito em casa, são mais duas Ferramentas para o Arsenal do Engenhocas...
Mais ainda, agora, com esta ideia bem prática de Andrea Biffi, de come fazerem as vossas Rodas em Sugru, e o que ainda é melhor, aproveitando a Tralha com que ficam, de desmontar Impressoras, hé, hé, hé!



Sugru wheels

andrea biffi

If you ever had dismantled an old printer you should know there is interesting material inside it... if you never did that so it's time to begin ;-)
The small plastic wheels you see in the picture come from a pair of printers. If you're luck you'll find wheels already with a good anti-slide rubber band, but in some cases they lack it. Anyway you can build easily by yourself a nice tire to make the wheels work better on your robots. To do that you'll need a small package of Sugru, this should be enough for a pair of "tires".







Ainda à roda com as rodas a Hot Wheels realizou uma Corrida com a maior Pista de Hot Wheels do Mundo!
Notícia do Blogue RC World, ficamos assim a conhecer mais um Blogue para Engenhocas, neste caso, Modelismo:
 


 

Hot Wheels builds longest ever toy track

Popular toy brand Mattel smashes yet another world record. Mattel's Hot Wheels created the world's longest toy track in history at the Indianapolis 500 Saturday, May 25th, to celebrate its World's Best Driver Championship event.

The racetrack is one-mile long with four lanes. Kids were invited from all over the US to race four toy-size cars around the track.

Christopher Bienusa, a 12-year-old from Alexandria, Minnesota won the race. He is coached by racing legends Mario and John Andretti.

More than 1,000 pieces of custom-made Hot Wheels track were used to build the longest track. Alexandria Industries manufactured nearly 4,700 pounds of aluminum extrusions to withstand outdoor elements such as heat and rain.  



 
Algo para recuperar a Qualidade de Vida de tanta boa gente por aí, um Exo-Esqueleto da Honda, para que andar volte a ser um prazer, mais uma vez, parabéns, Japão!
Estas Exoexqueletos vão mesmo ser usados em Hospitais do Japão, por isso, não são Gadgets, são mesmo Próteses, que ajudam na Rehabilitação...




Honda begins leasing Walking Assist Exoskeleton

Mike Hanlon

Practical exoskeletons have moved considerably closer to everyday use with the news that Honda has begun leasing 100 of its Walking Assist Devices to hospitals in Japan so that it can monitor and validate their usefulness in the real world.











Para cortarem a Laser, em ângulo, eis esta simpática Gigajoga que vos permite fazê-lo, e atenção, num corte Circular!
Já o mesmo Autor tinha feito uma para cortar a direito, faltava esta...
É bom! :)


Circular Laser Bevels on an Epilog... A reality...

togo1919

bgerens
(also known as Bob) and I were yammer-jammering about the jig I built here - >  Having a "Bevel-ish" Good Time on the Laser! ...

We got to thinking, and he mentioned he had a small display turntable for showing his lathe-work.  So we decided to figure out a way to use my 45degree jig and his turntable to make bevels and chamfers around a circle with the laser!

Again, this was built at TechShop - thank goodness we have one!





 





Esta ideia, agora a seguir, faz falta a toda a gente, num conceito insuperávelmente simples, mas eficaz...
Mais ainda, se nos lembrarmos que não só serve para Candeeiros e Spots, como para Webcams, e Cãmaras Vídeo, ficarem naquela posição exacta que vocês queiram!





simple adjustable portable spot light

 by andrea biffi

Having a powerful portable lamp is very useful in makers life. Of course there are very good solutions which you can buy for few bucks, but time ago I loved to work wood, and I've made this nice spotlight stand. You can attack it on any surface and you can adjust the spot at the direction you like






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