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segunda-feira, 22 de abril de 2013

Solidworks 3D em Video, uma forja duma lata de Sopa, e rebuçado que muda de sabor!

Se querem ver um Vídeo sobre os Fundamentos do Design em Solidworks, vão a este Link, da Traceparts, e carreguem na imagem:

E que tal uma Forja, duma Lata de Sopa? Eis um Instructable que vos mostra como o fazer:

How to Make a Soup Can Forge 

The above video details the process I used to create a simple and inexpensive propane forge from commonly available materials. In the video below this forge is put to use for the first time making a small fixed blade knife.


E algo de inédito, Doces... Que mudam de sabor!
Uma ideia bacana da nossa amiga BritttLiv, que podem experimentar neste Instructable:

Taste Changing Candy 

In this instructable I am going to show you, how to make candy, that will change your sensation of taste. This candy will start tasting sour at first and then gets a more sweet and cherry like flavour. The interesting part about it is, that your senses are tricked into believing, that the candy changes its flavour, even though it actually doesn't. It blocks out the taste bud receptors which are responsible for sour, bitter and acidic flavours.

You might have heard of the protein miraculin (wikipedia). It is a natural sugar substitute which can be found in the miracle berry and causes sour fruit to taste sweet. Its plant is difficult to grow and so the easiest way to get the protein is in the form of tablets. For its effect to take place it has to stay in contact with the tongue for as long as possible. Therefore the tablet has to slowly melt on the tongue and should be rolled around to get the best result. So I figured that there should be a better way to ensure that the protein stays in contact with the tongue for as long as possible without having the annoying corn starch taste in the mouth. The result is this candy.

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