Ryerson Hyperloop Team Present Design Strategy and Process at 2017 CADENAS iForum

Ryerson Hyperloop Team Present Design Strategy and Process at 2017 CADENAS iForum

Ryerson International Hyperloop Team members Graeme Klim and Tayo Shonibare give an inspiring presentation which sparks interest and discussion from a room of seasoned engineers and executives! These young engineers are using cutting-edge tools to eliminate time wasted in the engineering process, using smaller and more agile teams to accelerate design cycles and create innovative new products. In 2016, we …

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Content marketing strategy: How to Make Industrial Content Marketing Engaging for Engineers and Industrial Buyers

Content Marketing Strategy: How to Make Online Content Engaging for Engineers and Industrial Buyers

By: Achinta Mitra, Industrial Marketing Today Industrial content marketing is facing a big challenge because manufacturers are struggling to make it more engaging for their target audience. They have a good grasp of industrial content marketing’s contributions at the top of funnel but can’t quite connect the dots when it comes to measuring its effectiveness in driving sales. The problem …

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World's Smallest V12 is a Working Piece of Art

World’s Smallest V12 is a Working Piece of Art

Art and Engineering are two disciplines which do not often overlap. Many times if something is beautiful, it completely lacks practicality and function. When something is well engineered, it often isn’t aesthetically appealing. Enter, José Manuel Hermo Barreiro, aka “Patelo”, a retired naval mechanic who has built the smallest, and most beautiful engines in the world. Patelo is an Engineer …

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History's Unnecessary Inventions: 1980's SynthAxe Guitar

History’s Unnecessary Inventions: 1980’s SynthAxe Guitar

Back in the 80’s there was an overwhelming attitude of “out with the old, in with the new.” In their minds all traditional things had been mastered. This included transportation, information, technology and of course music. Why else would we now have the Aries K car, the pet rock and the calculator wristwatch? Technology always moves forward, but music has …

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What the Heck is a Drive and how does it work? ABB Drives and Controls Explains in this Super Cool Video.

What the Heck is an AC Drive and How Does it Work? ABB Drives and Controls Explains in this Super Cool Video

Today, electric motors have become ubiquitous in industry as well as everyday life. As the have become more and more common, their applications have become more diverse. These diverse applications call on specialized ways to control and harness the power of the motor. To understand a drive, you must first understand how a motor works. Unlike a gasoline or diesel …

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The Most Expensive BMW Paint Color

Engineering The Most Expensive BMW Paint Color

You may guess that the color would be some special concoction, creating wild, never-before-seen colors. It figures that a prismatic paint that changes from white-to gold or purple to green would be the most valuable to BMW. But no, the most expensive color is basically silver. It’s a totally bad-a$$ silver though! The color is actually called “”Pure Metal Silver” …

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Engineering the Perfect Reggae Jam: How to Make a Steel Drum from Scratch

Engineering the Perfect Reggae Jam: How to Make a Steel Drum from Scratch

Typically, when you think of reggae songs, you don’t think of hard work and elbow grease. Usually the theme is sitting on a beach with an umbrella drink while watching the sunset. The instruments of reggae are a different story entirely, especially the steel drum. The invention of the steel drum: When African slaves were brought to the Caribbean, they …

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