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Chris Johns
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What type of bearing could be used to keep a utensil level while being moved from plate to mouth?

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Setting up a "pulsing" motor?

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Transferring heat using a pipe at temperatures below the boiling point of water

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Why is 3D printing with metals so uncommon?

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Materials which withstand high temperatures, and are relatively soft, for chuck jaws

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Working out functional gear in AutoCad

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Why is electricity used for powering our device?

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1 Ton Wooden Gantry Crane - Structural Advice

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Why are nuts 6-sided?

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Are front wheel drive vehicles inherently flawed?

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How small can coolers get?

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Looking for a device that breaks the circuit if the voltage gets too low

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Diesel or Gasoline? Which one is more dangerous to our health?

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Definitions of strength?

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Is the construction of a high-speed 3D printer (replicator from Star Trek) possible?

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Why does "Google self-driving car"'s roof camera rotate?

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How can I keep a Zippo lighter from losing fluid to evaporation or leaks?

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Can we rotate the given white wheel?

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How much air will an engine use per tank of gas?

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Is a heavier car better than a lighter one?

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Equal power transmission in 4x4 vehicles?

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Stress-resistant, elastic materials

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Clockwork Motor feasibility?

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What are reasons to use cutting speeds different from recommended?

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Reynolds Number

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Pouring copper onto another copper block

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Particle shape of powders

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Proccess of a 4-wheeled vehicle taking turn

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What are the challenges in building a 'sports car' frame and body?

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Weird texture on faces when using Shapeoko CNC

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