Relativity Space secures new California HQ for 3D printing rockets

Relativity Space, the company aiming to 3D print rockets, has secured a new space in California for its headquarters and manufacturing facility. Welcome to our new and improved comments, which are for subscribers only. This is a test to see whether we can improve the experience for you. You do not need a Facebook profile to participate. You will need to register before adding a comment. Typed comments will be lost if you are not logged in. Please be polite. It’s OK to disagree with someone’s ideas, but personal attacks, insults, threats, hate speech, advocating violence and other violations can result in a ban. If you see comments in violation of our community guidelines, please report them. Relativity Space secures new California facility for 3D printing its Terran rockets, which will launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida. Florida Today Relativity Space, the company aiming to 3D-print rockets and spaceflight components, has secured a new space in California for its headquarters and manufacturing facility. Located in Long Beach, the 120,000-square-foot space will host both business and production operations for its Terran 1 rocket, slated to launch from Cape Canaver...

La aleación de aluminio de Gas de los Quemadores de Mercado de los Ingresos de la Exhibición de los Datos Estadísticos (2020-2029)

El informe de investigación de mercado Aluminum alloy Gas Burner agregado es un análisis en profundidad de las últimas tendencias, el informe de inteligencia preparado contiene detalles sobre los principales actores del mercado Global Aluminum alloy Gas Burner , junto con varios aspectos dependientes relacionados y asociados con el mercado. El estudio de investigación proporciona una introducción de mercado, Aluminum alloy Gas Burner definición, alcance del mercado regional, ventas e ingresos por región, análisis de costos de fabricación, cadena industrial, análisis de factores de efecto de mercado, Aluminum alloy Gas Burner pronóstico de tamaño de mercado, más de 100 datos de mercado, tablas, gráfico circular, gráficos y figuras, y muchos más para inteligencia empresarial. Los datos ofrecidos en el informe ayudarán a los clientes a mejorar su capacidad para tomar decisiones precisas relacionadas con el negocio bajo Aluminum alloy Gas Burner Market. El informe también se centra en las regulaciones y políticas actuales y futuras que introducirán los organismos gubernamentales, que pueden mejorar o suprimir el crecimiento del mercado. Para mejorar la comprensión de la información,...

Sunburn — The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics — 2.6.20

The Florida State Fair opens its 11-day run today in Tampa. It is a celebration of the best state in the nation, filled with rides, music, racing pigs (yep), exhibits, and food you might not want your cardiologist to know you ate. Think Peanut Butter Ramen Burger, Cajun Chili Cheese Fries, and Cheesy Tater Corn Dogs. Oh, to have the Rolaids concession! As Gov. Ron DeSantis noted last year in presiding over the Fair for the first time, “I’m going to find the least healthy thing to eat today.” Yes, it’s a grand tradition, all right. And one of the long-standing traditions is the Governor’s Luncheon, where politicians, officials, and Very Important People gather to be seen, enjoy fine Florida vittles, and listen to a speech from the Governor. Ah, but can it still be the Governor’s Luncheon if the Governor isn’t there? We’ll find out because DeSantis will not join the fun at the Florida State Fairgrounds. He will also miss the traditional “Flip The Switch” event to open the Fair. Instead, the honor of giving the opening address goes to Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried. As a substitute speaker, having the top agriculture official in the state makes perfect sense, even if calling...

Nick Kelly: Implementing Regenerative Farming on Hollands Track Farm

An increasing number of West Australian grain producers are committing to changing their farming methods from past and outdated industrial scale systems featuring the use of synthetic chemicals combined with damaging, extensive tillage that ultimately damages and reduces soil health which leads to low productivity. FDI recently interviewed Nick Kelly at his Hollands Track Farm near Newdegate in southern WA. Since the early 2,000s Nick has changed his farming from the traditional methods employed by his predecessors. Now, he now focuses on minimal or no tillage, a continuance of cover crops and, constantly nurturing his soil health by building and maintaining organic matter which, in turn, encourages and promotes biological activity in his soils. Nick Kelly – For us, it’s about learning, understanding and implementing the principles of soil care on our property and in our farming environment. We started the process by looking at the natural environment in order to get a sense of what the elements were and, in my experience, and from speaking with other farmers and people researching soil care around the world, the principles are the same, though the implementation and the tools m...

Tesla introduces giant casting machine to mass-produce Model Y Compact SUV

Elon Musk believes the way to usher in a new age of EVs is by going back to square one and tackling the fundamental issues with production. Tesla just designed and patented revolutionary new wiring architecture, which will enable robots to build the upcoming Model Y. Now another patent has revealed that Tesla is also moving to a new, full body aluminium casting design; rather than a series of stamped steel and aluminium pieces. When we get the big casting machine, it’ll go from 70 parts to 1 with a significant reduction in capital expenditure on all the robots to put those parts together. The patent is called the “Multi-Directional Unibody Casting Machine for a Vehicle Frame and Associated Methods.”  Matt Kallas, former “Mold Making Supervisor” at Tesla described the concept in the patent application: In one aspect, a multi-directional casting machine for a vehicle frame configured in accordance with embodiments of the present disclosure, includes: a central hub having a cover die portion and a plurality of ejector die portions translatable relative to the cover die portion. The plurality of ejector die portions are configured to meet at the central hub. The plurality of ejector...

Artificial turf, touted as recycling fix for millions of scrap tires, becomes mounting disposal mess

America’s scrap tires had to go somewhere without gobbling up landfill space. Billions of cast-off tires already had accumulated in ugly stockpiles and millions more were  “scattered in ravines, deserts, woods, and empty lots,” sparking toxic fires that burned for months, the Environmental Protection Agency declared in a 1991 report. “As costs or difficulties of legal disposal increase, illegal dumping may increase,” the agency said. But there was hope of a solution, and the EPA was all in. In the ensuing years, agency officials — along with their counterparts in many states — promoted the recycling of scrap tires. Among the most popular options: Grinding up the rubber and using it to make artificial turf, creating a dynamic industry geared toward delivering perfectly green, cushiony, year-round fields for schools, parks and sports teams. Fast forward to today, when America — which has experienced a coast-to-coast explosion in the installation of thousands of synthetic turf fields, many made with tire crumb — is facing the same dilemma as in 1991: What to do now with old, worn-out athletic fields — many of them reaching the end of their life spans? The answer: The same place scr...

First, what is an orthopedic dog bed? Much like an orthopedic bed for humans, it’s a

First, what is an orthopedic dog bed? Much like an orthopedic bed for humans, it’s a specially designed bed that supports the joints, back, and overall body of an animal with significantly more padding than a traditional pet bed—and much more than the floor, of course. In fact, over time, dogs that lay on a hard floor can experience wear-and-tear on their skin, elbows, joints, tendons, and ligaments, says Jim D. Carlson, DVM, and owner of Riverside Animal Clinic & Holistic Center in Chicago, and orthopedic beds can reduce the strain placed on a dog’s body from laying on a hard surface. But it’s not just about support and reducing wear-and-tear when it comes to an orthopedic bed, says Carlson. The added cushioning in an orthopedic bed also provides additional warmth for your dog. “[They] preserve the warmth and make it much easier to mobilize the joints and stretch the muscles, and that reduces the risk of injury,” Carlson says. Plus, they’re more comfortable. That said, not every dog needs an orthopedic bed. Here are the major signs your dog might need one. Chronic musculoskeletal problems include osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis, and knee...

Exxon Mobil Trading Near Year-Low; This Isn’t A Cyclical Downturn, It Is Structural

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Sierra Wireless vernieuwt 5G-, 4G-embedded module portfolio

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BoscoLighting is introducing a sophisticated, modern LED pendant series: Orbit. The range comprises circular pendants that are

BoscoLighting is introducing a sophisticated, modern LED pendant series: Orbit. The range comprises circular pendants that are available in Slim and Updown settings and have several customization options, including fitting colour options, colour temperatures and more. The Slim circular pendant features a slim circle of light that creates a striking visual effect of breathtaking drama for modern applications. Slim is available in four sizes: D600 mm, D900 mm, D1270 mm and D1800 mm. By combining different sizes of circular pendants in staggered suspension heights, creative lighting solutions can be achieved in larger areas. Further, the Orbit XL is an updown pendant light for widespread direct or indirect lighting. Orbit XL can be placed in a hotel lobby or in a residential entryway to make a beautiful statement or to provide general lighting in an office space. The Updown XL circular pendant has three options: D900 mm, D1270 mm, D1800 mm. Orbit circular pendant lights offer many design possibilities, and BoscoLighting welcomes project enquiries. BoscoLighting is introducing a sophisticated, modern LED pendant series: Orbit. The range comprises circular pendants that are available...

Near the end of the lifecycle of mass-market commercial product development, an engineering team may come

Near the end of the lifecycle of mass-market commercial product development, an engineering team may come in and make a design for manufacturability (DFM) pass. The goal is to make the device easy, cheap, and reliable to build and actually improve reliability at the same time. We hackers don’t usually take this last step, because when you’re producing just a couple of any given device, it hardly makes sense. But when you release an open-source hardware design to the world, if a lot of people re-build your widget, it might be worth it to consider DFM, or at least a hardware hacker’s version of DFM. If you want people to make their own versions of your project, make it easy and cheap for them to do so and don’t forget to also make it hackable. This isn’t the same as industrial DFM: rather than designing for 100,000s of boards to be put together by robot assembly machines, you are designing for an audience of penny-pinching hackers, each building your project only once. But thinking about how buildable your design is will still be worthwhile. In this article, I’m going to touch on a couple of Design for Hackers (DFH) best practices. I really want to hear your experience and desires...

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