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http://luxmuscle.com/brain360/

10/24/2017
posted in General Discussion
by Etwithe34
In the forthcoming should brain360 choose brain360 to assemble a month to month participation, they will outline your purchase as a purchase, as well...
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how to make control diagram for a double speed motor

10/24/2017
posted in Electrical Engineering
by Anonymous Poster
Dear all, below details of Demag crane hoist motor name plate, actually the problem is in my workshop it is installed, then i came to know this is...
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http://healthpluscogni.com/alphamax-x10/

10/24/2017
posted in Aerospace
by whbs125
AlphaMax X10 but, constantly training to muscle failure can result in a possible damage, stagnation, excessive fatigue and, ultimately, a loss of deve...
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No Spill Gas Cans - I've Never Spilled More Gasoline in my Life!

10/23/2017
posted in General Discussion
by Bayes
I haven't had to buy a gasoline can in a long time, but since I had to throw my old one out, I had to go and purchase a new one. Unfortunately, all I...
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Turbo Generator Loss of Excitation

10/23/2017
posted in Electrical Engineering
by niaziel
Hello all, I have seen that many a times "generator loss of excitation" topic has been discussed. I am curious about the loss of excitation scheme....
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by Rixter
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Kermit Fix

10/22/2017
posted in General Discussion
by deanpavil
I have this quiet little frog in our pool with a skin issue. The bottom of him was worn through to the foam insides. The skin was a vinyl/plastic cove...
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by Usbport
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The Number 45

10/21/2017
posted in General Discussion
by gutmonarch
People I've meet that are in some sorts of sacred brotherhood always throws me a 45 number in couple of statements and even in conversation. I don't k...
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by jack of all trades
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New Video: Deconstruction Time Lapse (HD) of "K'NEX Ball Machine - Fushigi"

10/21/2017
posted in General Discussion
by The Maker
Hello CR4 Community! After four months of silence from "The Maker", I have released a new video titled "Deconstruction Time Lapse (HD) of "K'NEX Ball...
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by Rixter
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Compressed Air Supercharger

10/21/2017
posted in General Discussion
by SolarEagle
This is a different and interesting approach to boosting performance....
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by Phys
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Scientists May Have Found the Real Cause of Dyslexia—And a Way to Treat It

10/20/2017
posted in General Discussion
by Rixter
Interesting, dyslexia may be an eye problem and not a brain problem. "ARROW SCIENCE Scientists May Have Found the Real Cause of Dyslexia—And a...
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by smokingwheels
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An Interesting (Surprising) Perspective on Coal

10/20/2017
posted in Sustainable Engineering
by lyn
Don't blame the messenger for the message. To contact the author of this article, email david.wagman@ieeeglobalspec.com The folly of bringing employm...
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Last comment 10/23/2017 by Dennis R. Levesque
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Resistor Array Network

10/20/2017
posted in Communications & Electronics
by Munawer Hussain
Dear friends, I am facing trouble about resistor network. I searched by net but not found, it is 8 pins SIP, pic are attached.
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Last comment 10/21/2017 by Bazzer Englander
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Short High School Engineering Project Survey

10/19/2017
posted in General Discussion
by 18EDD.Project
We are a project team of high school seniors working on a year long engineering project. For this project we are required to create an engineering sol...
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Decline in Flying Insects

10/19/2017
posted in General Discussion
by JohnDG
It's my habit during tea- and smoke-breaks at work to go out and see whats buzzin' and beetlin' around on the fence (between our car-park and a horse-...
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Last comment 10/20/2017 by Casper71
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Single Point Lift @ 45 Degrees

10/17/2017
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by MechDesEng88
Hello, I am currently designing a rectangular box enclosure, approx. 1.5m long weighing ~35kg. The box will be lifted using a crane via a single lif...
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Woman of the Week – Rosa Sheng

10/23/2017 posted in WoW Blog (Woman of the Week)
by lmno24
Rosa T. Sheng, is a senior associate at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Founder and Chairperson for Equity by Design, an AIA San Francisco committee. She&...
10/23/2017 Views: 20, Comments: 0
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Misunderstood Cars: The Ford Pinto

10/23/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
A popular car for the decade, it was produced by the Ford Motor Company, the subcompact Pinto is today best known for its propensity to combust in rea...
10/23/2017 Views: 152, Comments: 5
Last comment 10/24/2017 by Mikerho
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Garden Shed

10/21/2017 posted in Workbench Creations
by phoenix911
Good day fellow members. I had posed a question last February about soil and foundations; = Floating Slab or Footings Below Frost Line = I appreci...
10/21/2017 Views: 135, Comments: 7
Last comment 10/24/2017 by Del the cat
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Las Mejores Universidades de la América Latina

10/19/2017 posted in Abe's Blog
by amichelen
Este es mi primer blog en Ingeniería en Español a pesar que lo cree algunos meses atrás. Mi tiempo ha sido limitado para escribir...
10/19/2017 Views: 181, Comments: 23
Last comment 10/23/2017 by dkwarner
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Four Garages, Large and Small, Added to National Register of Historic Places

10/19/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
A curmudgeon’s repair shop. A block-wide maintenance garage for intercity buses that became an FBI crime lab. A small neighborhood gas station....
10/19/2017 Views: 225, Comments: 1
Last comment 10/20/2017 by tonyhemet
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The $5,000 Challenge, Lap of Luxury Edition

10/18/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
For years, the family car was a sure-fire way to inform the neighbors of a change in status. A tired Rambler may have been tucked away in the garage,...
10/18/2017 Views: 164, Comments: 1
Last comment 10/19/2017 by tonyhemet
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Guess the Architecture for 10/17/2017

10/17/2017 posted in Guess the Architecture
by MaggieMc
Do you recognize this week’s building? Care to take a guess?
10/17/2017 Views: 316, Comments: 9
Last comment 10/23/2017 by MaggieMc
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Holden to Convert its Last Factory into Heritage Museum

10/17/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
As Holden prepares to end production in Australia for good later this month, the GM subsidiary has planned a number of ways to remind Australians of a...
10/17/2017 Views: 111, Comments: 0
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R.E. Olds Museum Offered Chance to Buy Its Building from Lansing for $2

10/16/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
Kristi Schwartzly still recalls the morning she came to work at the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum to find that a roof leak had flooded the executive...
10/16/2017 Views: 174, Comments: 2
Last comment 10/17/2017 by tonyhemet
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Introducing the Smallest Wave Springs on the Market

10/15/2017 posted in Mechanical Components Blog
by Hannes
The question you’re asking shouldn’t be “how many miles did I ride” or “how many steps did I take”, but “how...
10/15/2017 Views: 359, Comments: 0
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How to Avoid Common Laser Engraving Mistakes

10/15/2017 posted in Machine Tools & Metal Working Blog
by Epilog Laser
Whether you are an experienced engineer or a novice maker, learning the proper uses of design equipment to avoid pitfalls and mistakes takes time and...
10/15/2017 Views: 244, Comments: 7
Last comment 10/16/2017 by JE in Chicago
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A Patch Capable of Melting Fat...from Rodents

10/14/2017 posted in The Engineer's Notebook
by M-ReeD
Good news for zaftig mice everywhere! Researchers from Columbia University and the University of North Carolina have joined forces to develop an adhe...
10/14/2017 Views: 290, Comments: 5
Last comment 10/18/2017 by ronc
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Petition Aims to Make the Pickup the National Vehicle of the United States

10/12/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
Here in America, we count the bald eagle as our national bird and baseball as our national pastime. The slot for national vehicle — if there wer...
10/12/2017 Views: 180, Comments: 11
Last comment 10/16/2017 by Brave Sir Robin
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The 19th-Century Roots of LOLspeak and Spam

10/12/2017 posted in The Engineer's Notebook
by Hannes
Peculiar language has long been a dividing line between the old and young, and today’s generation is no exception. Specifically, young people wh...
10/12/2017 Views: 354, Comments: 4
Last comment 10/17/2017 by Anonymous Poster
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“Baby,” the Prototype for the Davis Three-Wheeler, Emerges for Sale

10/11/2017 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
For now, it might very well be a “dirty car that looks like an old shoe,” but the 1947 Davis three-wheeler prototype that just hit the mar...
10/11/2017 Views: 210, Comments: 2
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