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3d printing

3D Printing is a technology of so-called “additive manufacturing” which refers for the way 3D printed parts are created – the new material is being added, layer by layer, using various building techniques which can include either adhesion by heat of chemical solidification of the raw material into the desired form. Read More »


Brushless usually refers to a type of electrical motors that does not use mechanical contacts or “brushes” for commutation of its windings. Brushless motors (BLDC or BLAC) commutate their windings electronically, usually with the help of microcontroller or a specialized IC. Read More »


BLDC stands for BrushLess Direct Current and refers to a type of electrical motor, rotation of which can be controlled by commutating its windings in a certain order. BLDC motors are very common in any type of device that can benefit from precise, usually microcontroller-based, control of RPM and rotation direction. They can be found anywhere from CD-ROMs to electrical ... Read More »


Zinfandel is a variety of red grapes, the main component of very popular Red and White Zinfandel wines. Zinfandel is a red grape with clear juice. The color of the resulting wine depends on the winemaker and how long the juice is allowed to contact the skin, the seeds and the stems which cause the juice to acquire the red ... Read More »


Shingle is a popular type of roof covering that consists of overlapping individual pieces. Originally made from timber, mostly cedar, shingles were small wooden slats that were the preferred roofing material for high pitched roofs as far back as the eleventh century. Although the installation principal remains the same for the last millennium, shingles are installed one by one in ... Read More »


Shozo Kawasaki first founded what would become the company that bears his name in 1878. Since then,Kawasaki Heavy Industries has become an international company with a diverse range of products and services in many industries, including trains and railroads, aerospace, electricity generation, shipbuilding, motorcycles and four-wheelers (ATV). Kawasak began selling its own complete motorcycles in 1961, beginning with the B8 ... Read More »


Aprilia is a motorcycle manufacturer, based in the town of Noale in Italy. The company was founded by Ivano Beggio, after he took over his father's bicycle factory in the late 1960s. Their first products were the humble, 50 cc Colibrì and Daniela mopeds. Since then, the company has developed rapidly, and now holds the distinction of being Italy's only ... Read More »


MotoGP is the world's oldest  and one of the most famous motorcycling championships. It includes 18 Grand Prix events per season with three individual races each. MotoGP events are taking place in 14 different countries with participation of the world's most prominent motorcycle manufacturers such as Aprilia, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha. MotoGP motorcycles are purpose-built and cannot ... Read More »


ISO – International Organization for Standardization – is competing for the space in the blogosphere with a popular optical disc image format that bears its name, and ISO the format is winning. Optical disc image format ISO is actually short for ISO 9660 file system that is typically used by CD-ROM and DVD-ROM media. The disc image in ISO format ... Read More »


Association for Information and Image Management (or AIIM) was founded in 1943 as the National Microfilm Association and later became the Association for Information and Image Management. AIIM is also known as the enterprise content management (ECM) association. Today, AIIM is international in scope, independent, and implementation-focused. As the industry's intermediary, AIIM represents the entire industry – including users, suppliers, ... Read More »