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  1. Thread: Nano chips

    by Cragyon
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    - Unknown, but I doubt it. - Yes, with the...

    - Unknown, but I doubt it.

    - Yes, with the right resolution.

    - I doubt it without a lot of effort.

    There are doggy and cat chips that can be implanted which are read with special hand held...
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    Some Math Mnemonic's

    These will help you to remember some general math operations.

    Trigonometry

    Sohcahtoa

    Soh...
    Sine = Opposite / Hypotenuse
    ...cah...
    Cosine = Adjacent / Hypotenuse
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    It's "Hydraulic Press".. See: ...

    It's "Hydraulic Press"..

    See:

    https://www.engineersedge.com/hydraulic/linear-actuators.htm

    https://www.engineersedge.com/calculators/fluids/cylinder-extend-calculator.htm
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    Can you provide a free body loading diagram?

    Can you provide a free body loading diagram?
  5. Nothing worse than a poster that tries to change...

    Nothing worse than a poster that tries to change the question and claim the responder is "live in a theoretical perfect world".

    "is that the CMM program only constructs a circle from the bore -...
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    See the following graphic. 2576

    See the following graphic.

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  7. Show your calculations -

    Show your calculations -
  8. You could actually use the "Heat Loss Double-Pane...

    You could actually use the "Heat Loss Double-Pane Window Equation and Calculator".

    https://www.engineersedge.com/heat_transfer/heat_loss_doublepane_window_13864.htm

    Just set the k to the values...
  9. You want a Hydraulic Flow Control Valve,...

    You want a Hydraulic Flow Control Valve, specifically a Volumetric flow rate control valve. The pressure will drop linear with constant flow out of the pressurized system.

    Search the internet for...
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    Zinc or stainless should be fine unless you're...

    Zinc or stainless should be fine unless you're operating in a high salt environment.

    Usually, there is a thread coating on the fitting threads to help minimize corrosion also it's common to see a...
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    I think too that bolt and nuts are usually thread...

    I think too that bolt and nuts are usually thread cut before case hardening so when cutting more threads tends to less accurate.

    You may need to die or tap the threads several times.
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    Typical NEMA 34 frame stepper motors are rated at...

    Typical NEMA 34 frame stepper motors are rated at more than 30 lb-in and some as high as 1300 lb-in and all weight about the same. Not seeing your challenge in locating one.


    If weight is the...
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    There's a "Forced Air Flow Convection Cooling....

    There's a "Forced Air Flow Convection Cooling. Fan Air Flow Required for Heat Sinking Formulas and Calculator" on Engineers Edge.

    See: Fan Air Flow Required for Heat Sinking Formulas and Calculator
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    If the bearing is sized properly, to the loads,...

    If the bearing is sized properly, to the loads, thermal environment, RPM, etc. ... no, the bearing will not "wear out quickly".
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    Could be a type of grease gun pump.

    Could be a type of grease gun pump.
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    Merry Christmas Everyone!

    Merry Christmas Everyone!

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    "Home is built to code." Assuming you can...

    "Home is built to code."


    Assuming you can see the wood structure I would put eyes on the actual deflection in action.. Get some well fed friends or what ever and have them walk the floor and...
  18. Agree and agree. "The Short Run and Long Run"...

    Agree and agree.

    "The Short Run and Long Run" overview discusses lost jobs but fails to address the individual challenges that comes with that.


    There are so many of us that are not willing to...
  19. Using Engineers Edge 2D Statics Modeler I get.. ...

    Using Engineers Edge 2D Statics Modeler I get..

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    https://www.engineersedge.com/calculators/statics-modeler/statics-2d-modeling.htm#
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    Very creative! Use what you have design and...

    Very creative! Use what you have design and engineering at its best.
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    Every stress-strain plot I've seen was reported...

    Every stress-strain plot I've seen was reported in actual units. I don't think the strain is being report as a % but being converted into a multiple for ease of reading the plot.

    A note would...
  22. Probably using Profile of a Surface/line. See:...

    Probably using Profile of a Surface/line.

    See: https://www.engineersedge.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/656/
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    It's best to ask the asker which is "Underwriters...

    It's best to ask the asker which is "Underwriters Laboratory".

    Probably means size variations or number of wires/strands etc... Again, see sentence above.
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    Yes, rated stress of wood is dependent on loading...

    Yes, rated stress of wood is dependent on loading direction relative to grain. Loading perpendicular to grain will cause separate.

    Also, the stress strain curve is incomplete.
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    Looks like a ball screw thread. See bottom of...

    Looks like a ball screw thread.

    See bottom of this webpage: https://www.engineersedge.com/mechanics_machines/ball_screw_design_equations_15235.htm
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