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451. EBR’s Two of a Kind
July 18, 2014


Meanwhile, riders Geoff May and Aaron Yates multitask between developing the bike and racing, which are often intertwined. Besides a noticeable Southern accent (they’re both from Georgia) and a penchant for Italy that made Bergamo their second home, May and Yates share a can-do attitude and seemingly undying faith in the manufacturer and team. However, the world stage has not been as pleasant inside the track as outside. “It hasn’t always been fun, as I’ve never experience being so far back in the field,” May analyzed. “We had much more competitive bike in AMA in relation with the other teams... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

452. EBR – Balancing on Shaky Grounds
July 18, 2014


Negotiations between manufacturers, promoter Dorna, and FIM regarding future regulations have been veering toward cost reduction and technical downsizing, which could further level the competition. More specifically, some brands advocate for leaving engine and electronics almost untouched from the original production versions of the bikes while others want to preserve more room for tuning. “It is essential to reduce expenses,” Bardi conceded. “But, at the same time, the manufacturers’ interest for development and the overall appeal and prestige of the championship should be safeguarded. Most ... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

453. EBR: Treading New Paths
July 17, 2014


This venture is just the latest of Erik Buell’s trailblazing visions. The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer and Bardi first met in the US about three years ago, when the latter was still a member of the WSBK Commission – more specifically, in charge of developing and approving regulations and scouting potential new entries – and the Race Direction. In between races in Miller Motorsports Park, a seemingly immanent connection was established. “I consider myself a romantic, and I like this side of racing much more than the organizational one,” admitted Bardi, who previously also worked in a similar c... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

454. American Renaissance: New Humble Beginnings
July 16, 2014


This hangar was empty in December, and we are still getting together all the necessary machines to work on the bikes in between races,” Bardi said. “We will add a lathe, prototypal upgrades that are required on the frame side. For example, we worked on a new specification for the rear shock, which we calibrated here. As for the engine, here we only carry on studies, designs, trials, and adjustments. If the results are positive, the US headquarters will implement a small-scale production and send it over to us. Then we file reports from the track.” In Italy, the team carried out the basic work... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

455. American Renaissance
July 15, 2014


Erik Buell Racing is in a David-versus-Goliath battle competing in World Superbike. We take a look at the team’s inner workings at its base in Verdello, Italy Perched atop a fortified hill lies Bergamo’s old town. During the Renaissance, when it marked the westernmost boundary of the Venetian Republic, the citadel hosted one of the biggest fairs in Europe. The ensuing prosperity bestowed upon Bergamo a renowned architectural and artistic heritage and gradually cemented it as one of the strategic crossroads in Northern Italy, which it still is. Abiding – whether consciously or not – by this tr... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

456. The advantages of using latex gloves for medical purposes
July 12, 2014


In the world of medical profession, doctors, nurses and other medical stuff are often required to physically inspect patients on a close level. In such instances it becomes necessary for them to use gloves to prevent themselves as well as the patients from any possible infections. The patients also need protection from the direct touch of the doctors as it causes different types of germs to enter their bodies. This is especially true in case of highly sensitive situations such as when a patient is being operated on, and his inner bodily organs are exposed. Not taking appropriate measures in su... (read more)

Author: John Edward

457. Medical Examination Gloves - Check What You Buy
July 12, 2014


Medical examination gloves are very essential because it provides protection against infection and several other risks to people in the health industry. Thus it is important that the caregivers and the caretakers make correct choice of protection. When you go and buy gloves from the store it is not necessary for you to know how it was manufactured but there are a certain things that you must take into consideration and some of them are: 1. Medical gloves are not just self protective equipment but they are also considered as a medical device thus ultimate care is taken when manufacturing t... (read more)

Author: John Edward

458. One-Wheeled Wonder: More Monocycles
July 10, 2014


McLean Monocycle Ryno puts the motor inside the wheel – the McLean Monocycle puts you (and the motor) inside the wheel. Kerry McLean’s Standard monowheel is powered by a 5-hp Briggs & Stratton four-stroke motor and measures 4 feet in diameter; he also built – and crashed –a special exhibition version powered by a 225-hp Buick V8. BPG Uno Conceived by Canadian teenager Ben Gulak in 2006, the electric-powered Uno isn’t technically a monocycle but, rather, a dicycle with two drive wheels closely spaced side by side. The Uno operates much like the Ryno, with acceleration and deceleration contro... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

459. SHAD Zulupack Soft Luggage
July 10, 2014


Forget for a moment that the first person who saw SHAD’s Zulupack luggage on my motorcycle suggested that it had all the visual appeal of an old tire – adventure riding isn’t supposed to be sexy,. Inner-tube aesthetics aside, the comparison is completely appropriate, since the Zulupack gear offers rugged durability similar to the average radial tire. This stuff seems indestructible. Made from 420-denier nylon coated with waterproof PVC on both sides, constructed using seamless welding technology, and featuring waterlight zippers, these bags are waterproof and claim to be a highly tear-and abr... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

460. IntactHD M4V Converter now supports converting iTunes Extra *.ite file
July 09, 2014


IntactHD M4V Converter brings many improvements and new features such as support converting iTunes Extra *.ite file. iTunes Extras offer endless opportunities to create an interactive experience for movies in iTunes. With iTunes Extras, viewers can see cast interviews, exclusive clips, behind-the-scenes footage, and photo galleries along with a movie…iTunes Extras didn't survive the transition. Not only that, they didn't get added back with subsequent software updates, according to the Apple's website. New version of intactHD M4V Converter has added a new feature allowing its users to conver... (read more)

Author: May Sue

461. Michelin Pilot Road 4
July 09, 2014


Michelin’s new Pilot Road 4 isn’t just one sport-touring tire; it’s three. The standard PR4 is meant for most motorcycles up to the big sport-touring rigs because, for them, there’s the Pilot Road 4 GT. Don’t feel left out if you own a BMW GS though; the third version is the Pilot Road 4 Trail, which is not a dirt-oriented tire at all – just a conventional sport-touring bun in the sizes most big ADVs use. And while the PR4 looks a lot like its predecessor, much has changed. Fronts and rears both have dual compounds, harder in the center of the tread as expected, but the X-Sipe Technology has ... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

462. Matching Up With Aluminium Machining
July 08, 2014


When it comes to aluminium machining, there has been a general consensus that cutting fluids or lubricants are not entirely necessary. Still, there are some contentions that for best results, a certain amount of cutting lubricant should be introduced in the cutting process. Nevertheless, in the modern machining workplace, cutting fluids are used in less than 20 percent of many machine job orders. This is actually the case in many aluminium machining requests these days. In short, making use of cutting fluids is no longer the norm. There are actually several advantages when cutting lu... (read more)

Author: David Duncan

463. Workshop Hero Metal Rescue Rust Treatment
July 07, 2014


From acid baths to sand blasting, there are lots of ways to clean out a corroded gas tank. Add another, better method to the list. Metal Rescue form Workshop Hero is simpler, easier, and safer than any other process I’ve tried (and I’ve tried them all). Metal Rescue is a non-toxic, water-based mixture, so it won’t ravage your skin or damage painted, plastic, or rubber parts. And it works. Like magic. I’ve used Metal Rescue to return a half-dozen old gas- tanks to service, clean up corroded tools, and restore rusty parts. So how does it work? “Chelation,” says Workshop Hero Vice President Dave... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

464. One-wheeled Wonder
July 07, 2014


Ryno’s Monocycle – Novelty or New Paradigm? With just a 10-mile range, 10mph top speed, and a price of $5,300, the Ryno’s main appeal – like most machines rolling on 240-section tires – is novelty. Still, the unique style and functionality is enough for some – including Ryno’s hometown Portland, Oregon, police department – to clamor for this electric-powered Cyclops cycle. The Ryno was born when inventor Chris Hoffmann’s daughter asked if he could make a motorized unicycle like one she saw in a video game. Hoffmann set out to make science fiction into reality, assuming eventually he would un... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

465. Properties of Lead for Radiation Shielding
July 04, 2014


Lead is a highly effective radiation shielding material, and is used in the manufacturing of almost all radiation safety systems. The several properties of lead that make it an effective radiation shielding material are: High density High atomic number Good level of stability Ease of fabrication High degree of flexibility Lead is vastly available and is also very cheap. Lead is less likely to be contaminated, and is immediately available for re-use. Lead shielding attenuates the harmful radiation like x-rays, gamma rays, etc. and makes them impotent. It reduces their effectivene... (read more)

Author: ROGERS R

466. 3D Printing vs. CNC Machining
July 04, 2014


Creating material objects from computer-driven machinery is undoubtedly the future of manufacturing. It is a cheap and effective way in which to produce a physical replica of a digital mock-up. There are many ways in which one can go about producing these objects but the main two ways are by using a 3D printer or CNC machining. The aim of this article is to conclude which method of creation is the most effective. What are they? 3D printing is the process of creating various objects from a digital 3D model. This is carried out by the printer building up multiple layers of thin matter ... (read more)

Author: David Duncan

467. Advantages of using precision machining
July 04, 2014


Technology is advancing at a faster rate than you could ever imagine. To rival the 3D printers, we now have precision machinery. It is able to create objects for nearly any purpose, whether big or small. It is so advanced that it follows and carries out the commands from blueprints which are sent to it from a CAM (computer aided design). Here are some advantages of using this advanced technology: Easy and Safe The precision machines are simple to use, many have touch screen controls making their use effortless. Furthermore, Precision machining technology is inbuilt with software whic... (read more)

Author: David Duncan

468. Supercharged Hondas
July 03, 2014


Honda is the Latest OEM to Explore Forced Induction Suzuki has already revealed its turbocharged Recursion concept bike, powered a boosted, 588cc parallel twin (Up To Speed, March, MC), and Kawasaki has shown a supercharged four-cylinder engine (Up To Speed, April, MC) – now we’ve discovered several patents suggesting a supercharged engine is coming soon from Honda, too, making Big Red the third of the Big Four Japanese manufacturers to research forced-induction in anticipation of tough new motorcycle exhaust emissions restrictions. Honda appears to be working on at least two designs. One is... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

469. Zero Gravity Sport Touring Windscreen
July 02, 2014


Windscreens might appear to be simple, curved pieces of plastic, but shield height and shape are as critical to a bike’s wind protection as its style, especially on sportbikes. To make a new-to-me 2007 GSX-R1000 more comfortable, a 3-inch-taller Sport Touring shield from Zero Gravity got the nod. ZG calls the tint “light smoke”, but it’s rated at 20 percent transparency. Mounting the screen consumed 10 trouble-free minutes, even with mirror removal, using the stock well nuts and plastic screws. Pre-drilled mounting holes lined up perfectly, but the lower edge shows a small gap between the sc... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

470. Buy American: Where do You Stand in 2014
June 30, 2014


For the most part this is hard for me to comment on because I generally am not the type to hold on to gripes, more than that we keep our nose to the grind stone so much at Led Sleds that we rarely know about so much of this until someone brings it to our attention. But recently when a part we made was infringed upon by another company who took it overseas and are now selling a lesser quality product to American Consumers at a cheaper price than we can, it started to become clear, there are many issues that need addressed. First and foremost the fact that there are no international patents for... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

471. Manufacturing: Buy American or Die!
June 30, 2014


Where do we stand in 2014? At this point in the American economy it seems as though we are on more stable ground than we have been for some time. Still, the questions of how we got to such a low point in the country’s history comes back with a million answers from the manufacturing sector and the fact that outsourcing has nearly killed our economy, weakened our standing in the national community and lowered the standard of living for the average American quite a bit. Things are starting to change and there are a lot of encouraging things about those changes but just as many come with more co... (read more)

Author: Marlon Alvior

472. Dye Sublimation or Screen Printing: Which is Better?
June 29, 2014


LAST UPDATED ON: February 1, 2018 Without thinking about the cost, which is better - dye sublimation or screen printing? While you could, in theory, print a fabric banner using screen printing equipment (t-shirts are most often screen printed and they're made of cloth), the wider variety of things you can screen print cannot be printed using the dye sublimation printing process. Primarily Used on Polyester Fabrics Here's a short explanation to back up what I'm saying. Dye sublimation banner or display printing is almost exclusively done on polyester fabrics, whether it's ... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

473. combit and Taste IT Consulting Announce Partnership to improve working with Progress OpenEdge
June 24, 2014


Constance and Bad Muender / Germany, 06/24/2014 - The combit reporting tool List & Label is now capable of even more. Thanks to a partnership with Taste IT Consulting, List & Label customers can now use an additional data provider for the Progress OpenEdge development environment. The data source is available to all List & Label customers free of charge. www.taste-consulting.de/downloads/ Thomas Wurl, CEO and Head of Development at Taste IT Consulting, is enthusiastic about this cooperative effort: "As a long-term user and board member of the Progress User Group, I highly value comb... (read more)

Author: Brita Dannenmann

474. The Importance of Integrated Security Systems for Businesses
June 23, 2014


Before we discuss the importance of integrated security systems, it is crucial to define exactly what they are in the business perspective. It is a fact that businesses are often vulnerable to burglary and theft. From complex business headquarters to small grocery stores, businesses can lose their investments once attacked by lawless elements. This has resulted to many businesses becoming more cautious when it comes to security. It also gave way for security experts to develop security systems that could not only secure property investments but can also save lives. More often than not, th... (read more)

Author: David Duncan

475. Overview of CNC Machining Process: How it Works
June 23, 2014


In CNC machining, CNC means Computer Numerical Control. It is known as a process being used in the sector of manufacturing. It usually involves the use of latest technologies like computers in order to control all the machine tools involved in the entire machining process. The tools that can be manipulated by computers usually include mills, lathers, grinders, as well as routers. On the normal surface, it can look like just a PC is the one who controls all the machines. However, the unique software of the computer as well as its control console are the most important things needed in ord... (read more)

Author: David Duncan



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