Mechanical – TC Mech Wars http://tcmechwars.com/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 03:07:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tcmechwars.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/tc.png Mechanical – TC Mech Wars http://tcmechwars.com/ 32 32 University engineers use dead spiders as mechanical grippers https://tcmechwars.com/university-engineers-use-dead-spiders-as-mechanical-grippers/ Thu, 04 Aug 2022 23:02:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/university-engineers-use-dead-spiders-as-mechanical-grippers/ Most people would see a dead spider and throw the insect away. Two Rice University engineers had other ideas. University of Houston engineers recently unveiled a study describing how they took dead spiders and turned them into mechanical grippers capable of grasping different types of objects, even objects that weighed more than the dead insect. […]]]>

Most people would see a dead spider and throw the insect away. Two Rice University engineers had other ideas. University of Houston engineers recently unveiled a study describing how they took dead spiders and turned them into mechanical grippers capable of grasping different types of objects, even objects that weighed more than the dead insect. The idea came to them after thinking about how spiders move their limbs. Unlike humans and other mammals, which use their nervous system to send signals to their muscles to contract, spiders use hydraulics. Essentially, spiders have a chamber near their head that sends blood through their body and into their limbs, forcing them to expand. When blood pressure is relieved, the legs contract. “We were moving things around the lab and noticed a spider curled up at the edge of the hallway,” said lead author Faye Yap, recounting the moment that spurred the possible study. “We were really curious about why spiders curl up after they die.” After a quick internet search, they found their answer. But that only sparked more curiosity. “At the time, we were like, ‘Oh, that’s super interesting.’ We wanted to find a way to take advantage of this mechanism,” she added. After delving into the anatomy of the arachnid, they realized that the spider’s hydraulic chamber, or parasoma, actually had separate internal valves that allow the insect to move each leg individually. “The dead spider doesn’t control these valves,” said Daniel Preston, a Rice engineering professor who was involved in the study. “They are all open. This worked in our favor in this study, as it allowed us to control all of the legs at the same time.” By using wolf spider cadavers, the engineers also realized they could replace blood flow with a puff of air, causing the same hydraulic response in the spiders’ legs. Setting up the spider contraption was quite simple, Yap said. They inserted a needle into the chamber of the parasoma, keeping it stable with a dab of super glue. Then, at the other end of the needle, one of the lab’s test rigs or a hand-held syringe delivered a tiny amount of air to activate the legs almost instantly.” He begins to experience some wear and tear as we approach 1,000 cycles,” Preston said. “We think it’s related to issues with joint dehydration. We think we can overcome that by applying polymer coatings. ‘So what’s the point of all that stuff around at these small scales, and maybe even things like microelectronics assembly,’ Preston said. Yap, who coined the process of turning spiders into mechanical pincers as ‘necrobotics’, added: “Another application could be to deploy it to capture smaller insects in the wild, as it is inherently camouflaged. “Additionally, Preston touted the durability of necrobotics, the spiders themselves are biodegradable,” Preston said. “So we’re not introducing a big waste stream, which can be a problem with more traditional components.” by something that looks straight out of a sci-fi book, but they want to reassure everyone that what they’re doing doesn’t count as resuscitation. inanimate, and we’re using it in this case strictly as material derived from a once-living spider,” Preston said. “It provides us with something really useful.” Graduate students Zhen Liu and Trevor Shimokusu and postdoctoral fellow An oop Rajappan also co-authored the study.

Most people would see a dead spider and throw the insect away. A few engineers at Rice University had other ideas.

University of Houston engineers recently unveiled a study describing how they took dead spiders and turned them into mechanical grippers capable of grasping different types of objects, even objects that weighed more than the dead insect.

The idea came to them after thinking about how spiders move their limbs. Unlike humans and other mammals, which use their nervous system to send signals to their muscles to contract, spiders use hydraulics.

Essentially, spiders have a chamber near their head that sends blood spurting through their body and into their limbs, forcing them to expand. When blood pressure is relieved, the legs contract.

“We were moving things around the lab and noticed a spider curled up at the edge of the hallway,” said lead author Faye Yap, recounting the moment that spurred the eventual study. “We were really curious about why spiders curl up after they die.”

After a quick internet search, they found their answer. But that only aroused more curiosity.

“At the time, we thought, ‘Oh, that’s super interesting.’ We wanted to find a way to take advantage of this mechanism,” she added.

After digging deeper into the anatomy of the arachnid, they realized that the spider’s hydraulic chamber, or parasoma, actually had separate internal valves that allowed the insect to move each leg individually.

“The dead spider doesn’t control these valves,” said Daniel Preston, a Rice engineering professor who was involved in the study. “They are all open. This worked in our favor in this study, as it allowed us to control all the legs at the same time.”

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Daniel Preston and Faye Yap.

By using wolf spider corpses, engineers also realized they could replace blood flow with a puff of air, causing the same hydraulic response in the spiders’ legs.

Setting up the spider contraption was pretty straightforward, Yap said. They inserted a needle into the chamber of the parasoma, holding it steady with a bit of super glue. Then, at the other end of the needle, one of the lab test rigs or a hand-held syringe delivered a minute amount of air to activate the legs almost instantly.

“It starts to get some wear and tear as we approach 1,000 cycles,” Preston said. “We think it’s linked to joint dehydration issues. We believe we can overcome this by applying polymer coatings.

So what’s the point of all this?

“There are a lot of pick and place tasks that we could look at, repetitive tasks like sorting or moving objects at these small scales, and maybe even things like microelectronics assembly,” Preston said.

Yap, who coined the process of turning spiders into mechanical pincers as ‘necrobotics’, added: ‘Another application might be to deploy it to capture smaller insects in the wild, as it is inherently camouflaged’ .

Additionally, Preston touted the durable necrobotics.

“Plus, the spiders themselves are biodegradable,” Preston said. “So we’re not introducing a big waste stream, which can be a problem with more traditional components.”

Preston and Yap said they understand some people might be discouraged or scared by something that looks straight out of a sci-fi book, but they want to reassure everyone that what they’re doing does not count as a revive.

“Although it looks like it may have come back to life, we are certain it is inanimate, and we are using it in this case strictly as material derived from a once-living spider,” Preston said. “It provides us with something really useful.”

Graduate students Zhen Liu and Trevor Shimokusu and postdoctoral fellow Anoop Rajappan also co-authored the study.

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Rainbow Six Siege launches a new Mechanical Hue bundle — SiegeGG https://tcmechwars.com/rainbow-six-siege-launches-a-new-mechanical-hue-bundle-siegegg/ Wed, 03 Aug 2022 09:53:17 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/rainbow-six-siege-launches-a-new-mechanical-hue-bundle-siegegg/ After a two-year hiatus, the MUTE protocol is back! This time, players need to upgrade their weapon loadout and get the Golden Hammer to destroy the objective, called Brain Case. This limited-time game mode is fun, ecstatic, and challenging. To celebrate the MUTE protocol, Rainbow Six Siege has released two new universal skins, the Mechanical […]]]>

After a two-year hiatus, the MUTE protocol is back! This time, players need to upgrade their weapon loadout and get the Golden Hammer to destroy the objective, called Brain Case.

This limited-time game mode is fun, ecstatic, and challenging. To celebrate the MUTE protocol, Rainbow Six Siege has released two new universal skins, the Mechanical Hue pack being the first.

Set of mechanical tints

Set Description: Add a splash of color to your loadout with the Particle Robotics weapon skin, applicable to all current weapons, and the Retro Toy Bot charm and exclusive MUTE Protocol Operator Card background. Unlockable for a limited time.

In August 2020, for the first release of MUTE Protocol, Rainbow Six Siege dropped that same universal skin. If you haven’t picked it up by then, now’s your chance!

This universal skin is called Particle robotics, which combines shades of blue, yellow and red to create a futuristic cosmetic. To get the skin, you need to purchase the full set, which also includes an exclusive and also universal operator card charm and background.

It’s not the only universal skin you can get this season. The official seasonal skin for Operation Vector Glare will be in the Rainbow Six Siege store until the current operation ends. Besides that, there is another universal skin to celebrate summer, called Sweets Bundle.

Additionally, alongside the Mechanical Hue Pack, Rainbow Six Siege released the Merging Process Pack.

Both the Mechanical Hue Pack and the Merging Process Pack will be in the in-game store until August 23, the last day of the MUTE protocol.

Is the MUTE protocol fun?

MUTE Protocol is a time-limited event, which means it will only be in the game for a few weeks.

So far, players seem to be enjoying this game mode. It’s the first of its kind in Rainbow Six Siege. It’s a challenge, because each kill will improve your set and each death will degrade it. The tower adaptation is also excellent and the colors are attractive. Additionally, having respawn enabled means players are always on the battlefield.

Personally, this is the first time that a time-limited event has intrigued me so much. It is definitely worth trying.

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Bad luck for Herta in the Gallagher GP at Indy https://tcmechwars.com/bad-luck-for-herta-in-the-gallagher-gp-at-indy/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 23:28:38 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/bad-luck-for-herta-in-the-gallagher-gp-at-indy/ What looked like a great day for Colton Herta quickly turned into a bad day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon. Herta won the track’s 14-turn, 2.439-mile road race in May, but an apparent mechanical problem ended driver Andretti Autosport’s day prematurely at the Gallagher Grand Prix. “The #26 Honda Gainbridge was solid all […]]]>

What looked like a great day for Colton Herta quickly turned into a bad day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon.

Herta won the track’s 14-turn, 2.439-mile road race in May, but an apparent mechanical problem ended driver Andretti Autosport’s day prematurely at the Gallagher Grand Prix.

“The #26 Honda Gainbridge was solid all weekend,” said Herta. “The crew did a great job with the set-up, I think we were the car to beat honestly. We had the problem halfway through the race and there was nothing we could do at that point. “Being in Nashville. As a team, we’ve been strong on the street courses, so I think we’ll be in a good position.”

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Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) Market Analysis and Global Outlook 2022 to 2029 | Autodesk, Dassault Systemes, PTC, Siemens – This is Ardee https://tcmechwars.com/mechanical-computer-aided-design-mcad-market-analysis-and-global-outlook-2022-to-2029-autodesk-dassault-systemes-ptc-siemens-this-is-ardee/ Wed, 27 Jul 2022 07:22:24 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/mechanical-computer-aided-design-mcad-market-analysis-and-global-outlook-2022-to-2029-autodesk-dassault-systemes-ptc-siemens-this-is-ardee/ Global Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) Market Overview and Analysis: New Jersey, United States, Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) Market Growth 2022: The report is the latest study which provides a comprehensive overview and includes a thin summary of all market related aspects. The report analyzes the growth rate and market value of the global […]]]>


Global Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) Market Overview and Analysis:

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The report mainly studies the Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) market size, recent trends and development status, investment opportunities, market dynamics (e.g. driving factors, restraining factors ) and industry news (eg, mergers, acquisitions and investments). Technological innovations and advancements will further optimize the performance of the product so that it is more widely used in downstream applications. In addition, Porter’s Five Forces analyzes (potential entrants, suppliers, substitutes, buyers, and industry competitors) provide significant insights for understanding the Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) market.

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Key Players of Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) Market are:

  • Autodesk
  • Dassault Systems
  • CTP
  • Siemens
  • 3D systems
  • Altair
  • FreeCAD
  • FerCAD
  • Kubotek
  • Nemetschek

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Global Computer Aided Mechanical Design (MCAO) Market Segment By Type:

Global Computer Aided Mechanical Design (MCAO) Market Segment By Application:

  • Industrial machinery
  • Automotive
  • Electrical and Electronic
  • Aeronautics and Defense

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USI Student Team Finishes Second in National 3D Printed Airplane Competition https://tcmechwars.com/usi-student-team-finishes-second-in-national-3d-printed-airplane-competition/ Mon, 25 Jul 2022 17:05:08 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/usi-student-team-finishes-second-in-national-3d-printed-airplane-competition/ Four students from the University of Southern Indiana, advised by two USI professors, competed in the sixth annual 3D-printed airplane competition, hosted by the University of Texas at Arlington at Maverick Stadium in Arlington , in Texas. The team placed second in the fixed-wing category with its best flight time of 9.17 seconds. […]]]>


Four students from the University of Southern Indiana, advised by two USI professors, competed in the sixth annual 3D-printed airplane competition, hosted by the University of Texas at Arlington at Maverick Stadium in Arlington , in Texas. The team placed second in the fixed-wing category with its best flight time of 9.17 seconds. The competition hosted 16 student teams from across the country, including Stanford, Baylor, San Diego State, Virginia Tech and more.

The competition consisted of teams of students designing a small plane with a 3D-printed lightweight airframe. Each team’s aircraft had three attempts to achieve the longest flight time, with the constraint that only eight seconds of powered flight were allowed per flight.

Joel Knackmuhs, Landon Mayer, Glen Rouch and Isaac Whitehead, all graduating from USI in Mechanical Engineering in the spring of 2022, designed and built several iterations of an aircraft design as part of their ENGR 491 Senior Design Project, advised and assisted by Dr. Jul Davis, Associate Professor of Engineering, and Dr. Todd Nelson, Assistant Professor of Engineering.

The students brought two identical multi-piece planes packed in their carry-on luggage, which they assembled in their hotel room after arrival. This was necessary due to the difficulty of transporting an already assembled aircraft in hand luggage.

The team used an innovative hinge made of 3D printed material to attach the plane’s control surfaces to its body – it was a unique aspect of their project that set it apart from other teams’ planes.

“Sometimes you just know when a team will be successful, and that was exactly the case with this team,” Davis says. “Everyone’s ability to work well together, learn new things on their own, and their interest and dedication to the project were all key to its success. There is no doubt in my mind that each of these students will be successful in their future endeavours.

With their runner-up finish, the team received a $500 prize and learned valuable skills by learning how to design an engineered system with advanced manufacturing methods that require a unique set of process and material constraints.

For more information about USI’s Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program, contact Dr. Paul Kuban, President of the Engineering Departmentat pkuban@usi.edu.

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Milly Alcock of House of the Dragon says riding a dragon was like “a mechanical bull…with leaf blowers” https://tcmechwars.com/milly-alcock-of-house-of-the-dragon-says-riding-a-dragon-was-like-a-mechanical-bull-with-leaf-blowers/ Sat, 23 Jul 2022 19:31:35 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/milly-alcock-of-house-of-the-dragon-says-riding-a-dragon-was-like-a-mechanical-bull-with-leaf-blowers/ After a week of new interviews, images and trailers, today’s SDCC panel on Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon gave us a look at what it’s like to ride a dragon on the show, and the answer is apparently quite bizarre. Milly Alcock, who plays young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, described the dragon ride to […]]]>

After a week of new interviews, images and trailers, today’s SDCC panel on Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon gave us a look at what it’s like to ride a dragon on the show, and the answer is apparently quite bizarre.

Milly Alcock, who plays young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, described the dragon ride to the audience. She said they were working on a stage that was “essentially the size of this whole room” (it would be Room H at San Diego Comic Con), and:

“You’re propped up on what looks like a mechanical bull that you could ride in a bar or a pub and it’s soaring six feet in the air and there’s four guys with leaf blowers,” he said. she stated. “It’s strange.”

Additionally, Paddy Considine, who plays King Viserys Targaryen, has confirmed that he doesn’t ride a dragon on the show. “The only dragon I’ve ever ridden is the one in Neverending Story,” he said, referring to a fairground ride he experienced.

It’s been a busy week for House of the Dragon news. A few days ago, we received a brand new trailer that focused on the queen conflict at the heart of the prequel. We learned that the series will incorporate several time jumps, that it could serve as the basis for other Westeros stories, and that its revamped Iron Throne includes 2,500 swords. We’ve also uncovered some of the other unused Game of Thrones prequel ideas and spotted a handful of new stills from the series.

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Mechanical Hand Tools Market Forecast, Trend Analysis to 2028Snap-on (CDI), Norbar, Proto, TONE, Tohnichi – Travel Adventure Cinema https://tcmechwars.com/mechanical-hand-tools-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028snap-on-cdi-norbar-proto-tone-tohnichi-travel-adventure-cinema/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 01:13:37 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/mechanical-hand-tools-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028snap-on-cdi-norbar-proto-tone-tohnichi-travel-adventure-cinema/ New Jersey, United States,- The Global mechanical hand tools market research offers in-depth analysis of the market throughout the projection period. The study includes a number of sections as well as a review of opportunities and elements that are most likely to have a major impact in the future. This study offers a comprehensive analysis […]]]>

New Jersey, United States,- The Global mechanical hand tools market research offers in-depth analysis of the market throughout the projection period. The study includes a number of sections as well as a review of opportunities and elements that are most likely to have a major impact in the future. This study offers a comprehensive analysis of the global mechanical hand tools market. The report’s market projections are supported by substantial secondary research, primary interviews, and in-house expert assessments. These market projections were created by analyzing the effects of different social, political, and financial variables on the global Mechanical Hand Tools market along with existing market dynamics.

The chapter also includes Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis, which explains the five forces of the global Mechanical Hand Tools market, including consumer and supplier bargaining power, new entrants risk, substitutes risk, and level of competition between competitors. . The market overview also includes market dynamics. The competitive environment of the global mechanical hand tools market is another topic covered in the report.

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Market segmentation :

Key players:

  • Snap-in (CDI)
  • Norbar
  • Proto
  • YOUR
  • Tohnichi
  • Enerpac
  • TEKTON
  • FACOM
  • SATA Tools
  • amstrong
  • Precision instruments
  • Artisan
  • power master
  • Hytorque
  • Plarad
  • Climb
  • K-tool
  • Primo Tools
  • park tool
  • Jinan Hanpu

Segment by types:

  • Keys
  • hammers
  • Scissors
  • Other

Segment by applications:

  • Automotive
  • Engineering and construction
  • Maritime and aerospace transport
  • Other

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Regions are covered in Mechanical Hand Tools Market Report 2022 to 2028

For a comprehensive understanding of market dynamics, the global mechanical hand tools market is analyzed across key geographies, namely: North America (United States, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK United, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). Each of these regions is analyzed based on market findings across major countries in these regions for macro-level market understanding.

Report Highlights

– Quantitative market information and forecast for the global mechanical hand tools industry, segmented by type, end-use and geographical region.

– Expert analysis of the key technological, demographic, economic and regulatory factors driving the Mechanical Hand Tools growth up to 2026.

– Market opportunities and recommendations for new investments.

– Growth prospects for emerging countries until 2026.

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There are 13 Sections to show the global Mechanical Hand Tools market:

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Chapter 2: Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 3: Production by regions

Chapter 4: Consumption by Regions

Chapter 5: Production, by Types, Revenue and Market Share by Types

Chapter 6: Consumption, by Applications, Market Share (%) and Growth Rate by Applications

Chapter 7: Comprehensive Profiling and Analysis of Manufacturers

Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Raw Material Analysis, Manufacturing Expense by Region

Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11: Market Effect Factor Analysis

Chapter 12: Market Forecast

Chapter 13: Mechanical Hand Tools Market Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source

Finally, the researchers shed light on the precise analysis of the dynamics of the global mechanical hand tools market. It also measures enduring trends and platforms that are driving market growth. The degree of competition is also measured in the research report. With the help of SWOT and Porter’s five analyses, the market has been thoroughly analyzed. It also helps in dealing with the risks and challenges faced by businesses. Also, it offers in-depth research on sales approaches.

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Suspected mechanical failure led to crash that killed two people in RV8 plane crash at Co Down https://tcmechwars.com/suspected-mechanical-failure-led-to-crash-that-killed-two-people-in-rv8-plane-crash-at-co-down/ Wed, 20 Jul 2022 10:01:38 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/suspected-mechanical-failure-led-to-crash-that-killed-two-people-in-rv8-plane-crash-at-co-down/ A Co Down community is in shock after two people were killed in a light plane crash, a local official has said. Police remained at Newtownards Airport on Wednesday after the deaths were confirmed. The two people who died are not from Northern Ireland. Experts told Q Radio that the accident was caused by a […]]]>

A Co Down community is in shock after two people were killed in a light plane crash, a local official has said.

Police remained at Newtownards Airport on Wednesday after the deaths were confirmed. The two people who died are not from Northern Ireland.

Experts told Q Radio that the accident was caused by a probable mechanical failure of the RV8 plane.

The plane narrowly missed an airport building.

Alliance party councilor Vicky Moore lives near the airport and visited the scene after Tuesday night’s crash.

She said: ‘It’s a huge shock to the community and obviously our hearts go out to the families of those affected and in particular those who died in the accident.

“Really, the airport here in Newtownards is part of the community, it’s very busy, it’s been an integral part of the city for a long, long time.

“The locals are used to the activity at the airport and it will be a terrible shock for them.”

She added: “I live below the flight path, probably about a 10-15 minute walk.

“I was at the scene last night. The police were preventing anyone from entering the airport, but you could see a number of emergency vehicles there.

“This is a very rare occurrence given the amount of activity there is at the airport.

“It is mainly flight schools that use it, pleasure aviation, small independent and private planes use it.

“The airfield is so popular, you wouldn’t expect something like this to happen.”

Emergency services rushed to the scene following a 999 call on Tuesday evening.

A PSNI spokesperson said: “Police were reported at 8.20pm that a light aircraft had crashed at the airport.

“Officers and other emergency services attended the scene.

“Unfortunately, two people have been pronounced dead.”

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service was present and said no patients had been taken to the scene on Portaferry Road in the town.

A statement said: ‘NIAS dispatched two emergency teams, a doctor and a paramedic to the incident.

“No patients were removed from the scene.”

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Tour de France: the UCI says it has carried out more than 700 mechanical doping controls https://tcmechwars.com/tour-de-france-the-uci-says-it-has-carried-out-more-than-700-mechanical-doping-controls/ Mon, 18 Jul 2022 16:57:46 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/tour-de-france-the-uci-says-it-has-carried-out-more-than-700-mechanical-doping-controls/ “], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. The UCI said it detected no signs of mechanical doping during this year’s Tour de France, […]]]>

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The UCI said it detected no signs of mechanical doping during this year’s Tour de France, publishing a breakdown of the tests it has carried out on the 15 stages completed so far.

The governing body released the statistics on the race’s third rest day on Monday, saying it had carried out a total of 712 checks on the bikes, carried out before and after the stages.

He said 593 pre-checks were carried out using magnetic tablets, with 119 post-stage examinations using X-ray technology. According to the sport’s governing body, all tests were negative.

“The UCI recalls that checks are carried out at the end of each day on the bicycles used by the stage winner, the riders wearing the different leader’s jerseys, three or four riders drawn by lot and the riders arousing suspicion, for example following the pre-stage scan, an abnormally high number of bike changes or other incidents observed by the UCI Video Commissaire,” he explains.

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Mechanical doping, or technological fraud, as the UCI calls it, first came to attention when a bike intended for use by Belgian rider Femke Van den Driessche at the 2016 cyclocross world championships s was found to contain a hidden engine.

The former reigning European Under-23 champion and Belgian Under-23 champion was stripped of both titles, suspended for six years and also ordered to pay a fine of 20,000 Swiss francs.

Rumors and accusations of mechanical doping had existed before and after the Van den Driessche affair, but no other top riders were found guilty of using such motors.

The UCI carried out 1,008 checks during last year’s Tour de France, also without any positive tests.

He said ahead of this year’s race that his test and control team will use three different tools, namely magnetic tablets, a mobile X-ray cabinet, as well as handheld devices using backscatter and transmission technologies.

Before the race, the UCI said that “before each of the 21 stages, a UCI Technical Steward will be present in the team buses to check all the bikes used at the start of the day’s stage”.

It’s unclear whether the statement was mistranslated, but the suggestion that all bikes would be tested every day does not match the statistics released on Monday. 593 tests over 15 stages on average at 39.5 bikes per stage. 176 runners started the race.

Speaking on Monday, UCI road and innovation manager Michael Rogers said testing would continue until the final stage in Paris. “It is fundamental for the UCI that the integrity of cycling competitions is ensured,” he said in a UCI press release on Monday.

“The comprehensive and effective anti-fraud technological arsenal put in place for the Tour de France 2022 plays an important role in this regard.

“Tour de France 2022 bike testing will continue over the final six stages at the same pace as in the first two weeks of competition.”

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Drop Expression Keysterine Keyboard Review https://tcmechwars.com/drop-expression-keysterine-keyboard-review/ Sat, 16 Jul 2022 22:01:01 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/drop-expression-keysterine-keyboard-review/ If you’re familiar with mechanical keyboards, you might already be familiar with Drop, the tech startup formerly known as MassDrop. Specializing in both mechanical keyboard parts and enthusiast-grade mechanical keyboards (among other consumer tech products), Drop has already impressed us with its budget-friendly Drop ENTR. It now continues the trend of sleek, pre-built mechanical boards […]]]>

If you’re familiar with mechanical keyboards, you might already be familiar with Drop, the tech startup formerly known as MassDrop. Specializing in both mechanical keyboard parts and enthusiast-grade mechanical keyboards (among other consumer tech products), Drop has already impressed us with its budget-friendly Drop ENTR. It now continues the trend of sleek, pre-built mechanical boards with the $150 Drop Expression Keysterine keyboard.

Positioned as the most accessible option in Drop’s Premium Icon Collection(Opens in a new window), the Expression features premium parts, stunning Keysterine keys, and some of the best key switches on any keyboard. It’s a bit more expensive than one would hope to spend on a keyless board, but the quality will be worth the price for keyboard connoisseurs.


A gorgeous layout to die for

As a keyless keyboard (TKL), the Expression Keysterine lacks a dedicated numeric keypad, reducing around 20% of the overall keyboard size, to just 87 keys. Generally, users who prefer TKL keyboards appreciate their compact and minimalistic appearance, and the Expression Keysterine delivers in spades. The Keysterine keys, available in Smoke or Clear colors, are gorgeous. Their style isn’t as garish (or dare I say, “obnoxious”) as the way the caps appear on some other gaming keyboards.

Drop Expression Keysterine keys

(Credit: Zackery Cuevas)

Measuring 1.19 by 14.06 by 5.09 inches (HWD) and weighing 2 pounds, the Expression Keysterine has the exact same dimensions as the Drop ENTR, which isn’t surprising since it uses the same chassis. It’s a beautiful skeleton to share, because in addition to the Black ENTR anodized aluminum housing, you’ll also find plate-mounted Cherry-style stabilizers and Holy Panda key switches.

The switches combine two Drop staples, the Halo Clear and the Invyr Panda, into one super switch. The Holy Panda quickly became one of my favorite switch types out of any I’ve typed on, delivering great feedback with a satisfying snap when testing. They are on par with the analog switches on the Razer Huntsman Mini Analog.

Flipping the keyboard over reveals the Drop ENTR logo, two thin rubber grips, and two retractable feet that give the keyboard a slight tilt.

Drop Expression Keysterine Key Switch

(Credit: Zackery Cuevas)

Although the build quality is excellent, the keyboard has a few omissions. For starters, it’s neither wireless nor Bluetooth-enabled – it uses a USB Type-A-to-C cord instead. It’s not a huge loss, but the exclusion is felt, especially if you want to minimize desktop clutter. The Keysterine keyboard also uses white lighting, which backlights the keyboard well even if it somewhat erases the lettering on the keys. RGB lighting common to gaming keyboards is not found here.

One note: unlike other Drop keyboards, the keyboard isn’t “hot-swappable”, which in the keyboard world means you can’t swap out key switches. But it’s a fairly rare feature to begin with. However, it does come with a key puller, which should help with high-level customization, should you wish to swap out caps.


Customization options: just the basics

With a limited feature set, Drop can afford to ditch customization software, opting instead for a web-based configuration tool.(Opens in a new window) to configure hotkeys and lights (if applicable). While the whole process is pretty painless, there’s a bit of a learning curve, more so than with the customization software you’ll find with other gaming keyboards.

Drop Expression Keysterine keys

(Credit: Zackery Cuevas)

Customizing different profiles for different games is particularly tedious, although in defense of the keyboard, it’s not necessarily designed for gaming. keyboard layout are Windows only.

Drop Expression Keysterine Keyboard

(Credit: Zackery Cuevas)

And then there is the price. Given the limited feature set, there are plenty of productivity-focused keyboards with more features for under $150, like the NZXT Function Mini TKL or the Das Keyboard 4C TKL. You can also spend a few extra bucks on something a little more feature-rich, like the Logitech MX mechanical keyboard.


A finely crafted keyboard that’s all about feel

The Drop Expression Keysterine keyboard is a finely crafted keyboard. Drop uses high quality parts to create a sturdy, compact and beautiful board. But while the Holy Panda key switches are fantastic, the lack of features such as wireless functionality, dedicated media keys or USB passthrough will put off those looking to splash the cash on a high-end keyboard for productivity. , while players may find better options elsewhere. And because it’s not hot-swappable, true enthusiasts might be turned away.

This keyboard therefore occupies a middle ground for curious mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who may not have enough know-how to assemble a board themselves, which is equivalent to buying a pre-built PC instead of build your own. The cheaper Drop ENTR might serve as a better entry point, though it lacks the Holy Panda key switches and some of the Expression Keysterine’s panache. Still, despite its expense, the Drop Expression Keysterine is an excellent keyless card that will serve any user well.

Drop Expression Keysterine Keyboard

The inconvenients

  • Limited features for the price

  • Creating keyboard shortcuts and macros could be easier

  • No wireless connection option

The essential

The Drop Expression Keysterine keyboard comes with a beautiful, compact frame and some of the best key switches we’ve felt, making it a great choice for people looking for a polished keyless board with few frills.

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