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Articles tagged with: mechanical

Spherical Robot To Handle Tasks Involving Radioactivity

Working at a Radioactive Site for Humans meant a lot of risk and danger of getting affected by radioactive material. Many Nuclear facilities have lost their valuable men while trying to do the tasks which involved radioactivity.

A good solution to this problem might be a Robot. Though robots might be ideal employees for a company because they never tire, never complain, never ask for extra wages and always do what they are asked to do right away.

Make A Working Tool With 3D Printing

Z Corporation is a company that has made a 3d printer which enables us to print out a duplicate of any 3d object no matter how complex or sophisticated its shape may be. It uses a complex engineered material which is in powder form, then some binary material is added which solidifies the powder particles in the given pattern of the 3d object.

First of all, the 3d object that you want to be printed is scanned and the complex 3d image of the object is saved in the computer with every minor details. This image is sent to the printer for printing. You can customize the color of the object any way you like and hit the PRINT button.

Intel Replaces Core i7 970, With i7 980

If you own the Intel Core i7 970 processor, you no longer have the latest and greatest in computing technology. Not that it matters much anyways, but Intel has recently unleashed the new Core i7 980 processor.

Now, before you go crazy this isn’t the extreme edition, nor is it unlocked- meaning you won’t be able to push it to the max with any overclocking software. This also means that you won’t have to spring for a heavy cooling system such a water cooled case.

Verbatim’s Ultra-Slim External SSD With USB 3.0

Verbatim is coming out with a new ultra-slim external Solid State Drive with a USB 3.0 interface. Of course, the external SSD must be used with a computer that supports USB 3.0 in order for the feature to work at desired speeds. A computer’s USB 2.0 or 1.1 port will cap out at those speeds regardless of the external hard drive’s capacity. Verbatim’s new drive will feature 8 I/O channels and will be available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB flavors. Of course there are many benefits of owning…