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Windows 10 Shortcuts. #Windows #shortcuts:

play the most exiting dragons games be a dragon for a day and collect coins while trying to avoid trickly obstacle flying bombs or rockets.

#prąd #elektryczny #Doktorvolt #hurtownia #elektryczna #online #amper #ampere #om #ohm #wolt #volt #wat #watt #kulomb #coulomb

Infographic: ElectricityA visual cheat sheet about electrical physics, containing the most important formulas of current and Ohm’s law expressed through an impossible water circuit analogy.(by Pierluigi Scotolati)

Home Plastic Injection Molding with an Epoxy Mold.

I made an epoxy mold of an existing plastic item. Then I was able to make copies of that item using a home plastic injection molding machine.

Involute wheel ... we can see that each pair of gear teeth has an instant contact point, called the pitch-point ... and it moves along one single line as the gears rotate. This line is called the line of action and it is the common internal tangent of the two circles. In other words, the involutes of the two circles are always tangent to each other at a point on their common internal tangent.

Involute wheel - best example of lever power transmission on a rolling tooth shows why gear don't wear but roll. The design is brilliant (Steve Burrows)

Flying Butterfly Surprise Card

Copy Paste Earn Money - Copy Paste Earn Money - Flying Butterfly Surprise Card - You’re copy pasting anyway.Get paid for it. - You’re copy pasting anyway.Get paid for it.

garethwashere | THOPTER_02

ROTARY_CLIP // yeah, I’m calling it a “clip”, as the spring mechanism, and indeed all the mechanical wherewithal needed to advance the next round, isn’t integral to the magazine and is in fact part of.

Kinetic architecture for your hands by Korean metalsmith and jewelry maker Dukno Yoon.

Kinetic Rings Mimic the Flight of Birds. Kansas-based metalsmith and jeweler Dukno Yoon creates rings, bracelets, and other devices that mimic the movements of birds by harnessing the motion caused by the flick of the wrist or flexing of fingers.