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Army ground combat vehicles is to be developed by a division of L-3 Communications under a $20 million contract...L-3 said work on the project will take place at L-3's Muskegon, Mich., facility, and will continue through 2017. Additional details were
November 12th, 2013 A strong history of American manufacturing is embodied by this new joint venture from Filson and Shinola , which takes the form here of the Bixby Bicycle. Assembled in Shinola 's small-scale factory in Detroit, the 3-speed bike
The B.C. government is changing the way it assesses the driving skills of seniors, including allowing elderly drivers to take a road test if they fail a computer assessment...It's one of the key components in delivering power to the wheels and
As for us, things are humming here at the Pharmalot corporate campus, where our to-do list is overflowing and our calendar is filling quickly...While there is time, we are grabbing a cup of stimulation, although changing gears today to enjoy a spot
ET Sales of standard transmission vehicles have been in decline in recent years. (CBC) Is learning to drive a stick-shift vehicle still an essential life skill, or has the prevalence of automatic transmission made it no longer necessary?
We usually think of gears as something that we see in human designed machinery, but we've found that that is only because we didn't look hard enough,' said Zoologist and paper author Gregory Sutton. BUG Each gear tooth on the insect's legs has a
S Posted by Chris Chamberlain on Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 8:53 AM We don't talk enough about Boscos here at Bites. Maybe it's because they're based out of Memphis, but sometimes we forget that Boscos was serving in-house brews years before the current
Ethan Schlusser sits on his bicycle and starts to peddle Up, up and away: As he starts to pedal Schlusser quickly ascends to his treehouse 30 foot in the air At first the bicycle traveled too quickly, so Schlussler had to reduce its speed by getting
A group of Dutch inventors has developed a gearbox they say could revolutionize the automotive and bike industries. Developed by Parts Services Holland and called the Controlled Rotation System (CRS), it does away with one of the main components of a
For almost 12 hours Tuesday, Destelhorst and fellow mechanics for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission chiseled years of thick rust off gears that corrosion had frozen in place and then fashioned new gears out of the gunked-up pieces of metal.