The launch of the water-fed pole has made it possible to clean most windows from the ground. And if a building is particularly high, then an abseil, scaffold or cradle system might be required.
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NASA has agreed to test a new way of getting things into space—by spinning them really fast and throwing them straight up from the ground.
The launch method might sound cartoonish, but it is a very real concept being developed by California tech company SpinLaunch.
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“CTS (Concave Textile Shape),” 2019. Courtesy Maniera Gallery
Wonderfully intriguing, Jonathan Muecke’s objects blur the lines between art, design and architecture; what is and what isn’t. Considering scale, form and function
Brabus makes a lot of cars that are a bit... much. We like Mercedes here at The Drive, and we're likewise fans of horsepower, but sometimes both can be taken too far. That being said, this latest creation from Brabus is something special. It looks a bit like a G-Wagen, sure, but underneath it'
Chase Van Sant prepares for a race. Bruce Van Sant noted that the 4.60 class of racing is not quite as hard on the motorcycles as the old Pro Mod series was. To be competitive in the heyday of the Pro Mod series, the motorcycle would hit a top speed of nearly 200 miles per hour over a quarter
Kennametal used 3D printing to cut the weight of a stator bore tool from 9.5 kg (left) to 7.3 kg (right).
The latest iteration of a 3D-printed stator bore tool from Kennametal weighs just 7.3 kg, which, the toolmaker says, ensures short tool-change and spin-up time when run on a machinin
DragonPlate, known for high quality, ready to purchase carbon fibre components has just released UAV quadcopter frame kits. These kits provide the basic structure necessary for anyone interested in building their own carbon fibre multi-rotor. In addition to the assembly templates and instructi
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