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sexta-feira, 11 de outubro de 2013

Corta & dobra com Laser CNC, o Museu Lamborghiny, e Titâneo mais barato!

Dica dos nossos amigos, da Garagem Fab Lab, e de Eduardo Lopes, uma ideia que é um verdadeiro "Ovo de Colombo", simples, mas ninguém, pensou nela:
A Cortadora Laser CNC baixa a peça, para, desfocado o Laser, aquecer por uma àrea maior, sem cortar, antes, dobrando pelo peso.
Simples! Como é que ninguém pensou nisso, antes?
Bravo, Stephanie Mueller, e os outros, grandes Inventores Germânicos!

LaserOrigami: laser-cutting 3d objects

Stefanie Mueller 

LaserOrigami is a rapid prototyping system that produces 3D objects using a laser cutter. LaserOrigami is substantially faster than traditional 3D fabrication techniques such as 3D printing and unlike traditional laser cutting the resulting 3D objects require no manual assembly.
More Information: http://www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/baudisc...

LaserOrigami is a research project by
Stefanie Mueller, http://www.stefaniemueller.org
Bastian Kruck,
Patrick Baudisch, http://www.patrickbaudisch.com
Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany









Para alegrar o pessoal, cá vai este Museu da Lamborghini, que podem ver aí mesmo, pela Net.
É bom!



Tour Lamborghini's Museum in Italy from your computer

C.C. Weiss

Those interested in doing an intimate tour of the Museo Lamborghini car museum would have traditionally had to trot to Lamborghini's headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. Now, they no longer have to worry about the high costs of travel. Leveraging Google Street View technology, Lamborghini has launched a 360-degree tour of the two-story museum. Computer and mobile device users can now experience 50 years of Lamborghini from the comfort of home.





 


E se querem fazer algo em Titâneo, eis que vai ser em breve 60% mais barato!
Não, não são Saldos, é uma nova maneira de o refinar:




New refining process could lower cost of titanium by 60%

Brian Dodson
 
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) have been selected by ARPA-E, the US government's Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy, to carry out a one year project aimed at developing a low cost method to obtain titanium metal from its ore. It is thought that the process could lower the cost of the metal by up to 60 percent.
Titanium can be made into structural materials that are extremely strong for their weight and show excellent resistance to corrosion. It is used in a number of high-value applications in aerospace, defense, medicine, and transportation. Although titanium and its alloys could be used in many other applications, titanium metal is notoriously difficult to refine and purify from its various ores.
http://www.gizmag.com/titanium-metal-electrowinning/29337/






 










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