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Hidden features of Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

19th March 2012
The Droid Razr Maxx by Motorola is a very special phone. You see, I had a bit of a thing for the Droid Razr when it first came out, but it wasn’t quite perfect. It felt a bit light, and I had trouble holding it in my hand since it was so big and so thin a... Read >
Author: jakson0100

The Way To Do Vacuum Forming

28th March 2011
now cooled into the shape of the mould to form its 3 dimensional shape, and then the method of air supply is, basically, reversed, to take away the now cooled plastic item from the mould.Normally, draft angles must be present in the design on the mould ( ... Read >
Author: william keeting

Looking for wide ranges of Wetsuits and Xcel Wetsuits

20th December 2010
If you're looking for a wetsuit or surf attire, you have found the right place. Hansen's Surf Shop has an enormous selection of surf attire and beach accessories, probably the biggest range in Southern California Wetsuits generally fall into three diff... Read >
Author: hansensurf012

Thin wall Injection Molding

14th September 2010
Thin wall Injection Molding Thin wall Injection Moulding has requirements on injection moulding machine, mould, and plastic. This article discusses the thin wall's characteristics, economic benefit, and device's design. What's the thin wall? In a s... Read >
Author: sino mould

How To Choose A Micro SD Card

09th July 2010
With so many memory cards and electrical devices on the market it can be difficult knowing which type of memory card to choose. A micro SD card is a removable flash memory card which can be used in a variety of electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, di... Read >
Author: John Holland

Pendulum Slip Risk Assessments in the Workplace

05th March 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Ianson Internet Marketing BS 7976: 1- 3 2002; "The Pendulum Method" describes the operation of the TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) Pendulum for slip resistance testing. Originally designed to replicate the actions of a slipping f... Read >
Author: Louise G

How to Calculate Book Spine Thickness

11th August 2009
If you need to determine the thickness of a book's spine to find the size of artwork required, use the following formula: 10 divided by 176, multiplied by the number of pages of text within the book, divided by 90, multiplied by the weight of the paper... Read >
Author: Rik Foulkes
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