Boston Dynamics' LS3 is a four legged military robot designed to go anywhere and carry up to 400 lbs of gear with enough fuel for missions covering 20 miles. The development of LS3 is being funded by DARPA and the US Marine Corps. The project has been in development for sometime and now DARPA released a new video of the prototype traversing hills and uneven ground as they test it outdoors.
ABB and RWE investigate combined technology offering for electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions
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ATW COMPANIES SHOWCASES ENGINEERED METAL SOLUTIONS AT MEDICAL DESIGN & MANUFACTURING (MD&M) WEST EXPOSITION
CONNECTICUT SPRING & STAMPING TO FEATURE TIGHT TOLERANCE SPRINGS AND STAMPING CAPABILITIES AT MD&M WEST
Miyachi Unitek to Showcase Laser Marking and Resistance Technology at Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West
University Of Illinois engineers have demonstrated a method of printing liquid silver onto flexible surfaces to create conductive trails. The advantage of silver is that the particles are much smaller than other conventional electronic ink making it easier to print using a inkjet nozzle. Hopefully in the future this silver ink will make printing circuit boards with a simple desktop printer a reality.
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