The issue of emissivity of different materials presumably causes an issue with interpreting data from thermal cameras which are often observed being used to measure the temperature of multiple objects of different materials at the same time.
Nice to see this, Not a lot of people know about it and make errors as a result. I used to use the PSU method a lot on cable assemblies. I used to design retail display products for mobile phones and so the charge leads for the phones were much longer than standard leads and incorporated recoiling mechanisms to keep the cables tidy on the…
Congratulations to our winners!Wow! You guys came up with some really creative ideas! There were over 100 individual ideas submitted and they were a blast to read through. The winner of the Tenma Supply is andrewj! His submission literally made James laugh out loud: turning the supply into a mouse to scare a cat. Congrats on your new supply! …
Every electronic device includes a DC-DC converter for its power supply. That supply might come from a USB port, a "brick", a wall-wart, or in larger systems, there could be multiple point-of-load converters scattered around a single circuit board. When you have a DC voltage that you need to change into another voltage, you have two options: a…(Show moreShow less)
Thanks for your feedback, All of this is very new to me, But I have a few projects I am willing to start but I have to get my head around all these new terminology, and trying to figure out what equipment to buy.I know the dimensions of the sheet I have to cut and carve small laser dots on, But the equipment to cut the size is what gets me, Also,…(Show moreShow less)
While I can't help you on the topic, as I have no laser cutting experience, I don't think there's a need to cross-post this thread four times - three of which are in the same location (i.e. Workbench Wednesdays): cnc laser x carve help cnc laser cnc machine I would strongly suggest you remove your duplicated posts. - Gough
I am a newbie and I am working on a project, Where by I have to engrave fine dots on a form of acrylic sheet and cut it to my specs. Now the pickle, It has lots of cnc and laser machines out there, I am looking at a few, And the following caught my interest NEW-Carve CNC, I do not know if it would be able to do what I want, Can you help? …(Show moreShow less)