Sorry for the lack of posts but the past several months have been quite busy relocating from the east coast to the west coast.
One advantage of relocating is it gives a good opportunity to reconfigure the work space and take advantages of lessons learnt in the previous workshop. Technology keeps involving and being able to incorporate some new ideas is always welcome.
Continue reading Relocation
Here is a simple little housing I design for a connector adapter. The connectors were soldered to a small custom printed circuit board (PCB) but needed a housing to protect the board and prevent any contact with the copper conductors. Continue reading Connector Adapter
The new power steering cooler is working well. There are no leaks with the new hoses, fittings and clamps. After a typical drive on suburban streets the cooler is warm but cool enough to be held in the hand without burning (sorry no definitive temperature measurements at the moment). Here’s a picture of it installed where it will get plenty of air flow.
After using a popular “blender” for approximately nine months the blades no longer span as fast (audibly) and there would be a faint burning rubber smell after use. When the manufacturer was contacted I was informed that the base with the blades was a consumable item and they expected them to be replaced every six months. Continue reading Badly Engineered or Good Marketing?
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Speeddevice is about engineering, design and research with a constant desire to improve performance and learn.
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