Data Drives Industrial Manufacturing

Data Drives Industrial Manufacturing

Data can help identify industrial manufacturing projects that are in the conceptual, planning, and design, or approval stages. This information can help sales and marketing professionals engage with construction professionals in engineering, maintenances, facilities, purchasing, operations, plant management, safety, and IT, about tools and products to use during the building process.

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Using Voice Assistants to Cash in on Our Data

Using Voice Assistants to Cash in on Our Data

There has been a lot of discussion as of late that advances in AI (artificial intelligence) will translate into better voice assistants. There was even a documentary that went as far to say how AI technology is influencing our lives and how the data behind it is driving even bigger trends in digital transformation.

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Building gas thruster-controlled drone

Building gas thruster-controlled drone

In the Earth’s atmosphere, a drone can adjust its heading by varying the speed of the propellers, and thus the thrust output of each. If you wanted to land something on a lunar surface, or maneuver a spaceship, the lack of atmosphere means a different technique must be used.

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Wake up to this unique VFD alarm clock!

Wake up to this unique VFD alarm clock!

If you’re a fan of novel timepieces, then you’ll want to check out Christine Thompson’s VFD Alarm Clock.

The device features a USSR-manufactured IV-27V 7-segment tube, capable of displaying 13 numbers or letters via a 24V supply, though the MAX6921 chip used here means that only 10 grids are used.

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3D printer converted into a cheap bioprinting rig

3D printer converted into a cheap bioprinting rig

While most 3D printers deposit melted plastic in carefully controlled positions to build up a physical model, a similar process called “bioprinting” can be accomplished with biological materials. Commercial bioprinters can cost tens of thousands of dollars or more, but as shown here you can make your own using the shell an inexpensive desktop machine.

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Plastic lid becomes Arduino Nano short circuit armor

Plastic lid becomes Arduino Nano short circuit armor

If you want to keep your Arduino projects safe, an electrical box is the traditional choice. But what if you want to apply protection directly to the board?

In the video below, “TheRainHarvester” shows us a novel and inexpensive method for hardening a Nano from short circuits and other minor exposure by simply melting plastic on the top.

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