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Chinese gear-maker Nitecore has added to its lengthy line of small everyday carry offerings with a very compact titanium knife that weighs less than a credit card. Described by the company as "ultra-tiny," the folding NTK05 knife is keychain-ready, and features a commonly-used scalpel blade for easy replacement when wear and tear takes hold. .. Continue Reading Nitecore's tiny titanium
Two wheels, a seat, a big ol' motor and the absolute bare minimum of other stuff supporting them. The Birdcage uses 134 9mm titanium rods to create a surreal see-through lattice frame on one of the most spectacular custom BMWs we've seen to date - and the motor presents a bit of a mystery... Continue Reading Meet the Birdcage Boxer, featuring a titanium lattice frame and a mystery BMW moto
University of Pennsylvania engineers have altered a sheet of nickel to produce a material they call "metallic wood", which is extremely strong and light. Read more
We've seen plenty of spoons that can fork, and forks that can spoon, but what about spoons that can fork, pop and slice? The Titanium Scork is a featherweight camping utensil that has both your eating and drinking needs covered, thanks to a couple of handy of implements at either end. .. Continue Reading Featherweight Titanium Scork is made to shovel food and pop bottles Category: Outdoor
The Colorado Tripod Company has introduced what it claims is the world’s first titanium tripod system, with a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Not only does the use of titanium make the ball heads lightweight and strong, but the design of the heads also allows the camera to drop to the side below the usual 90 degrees seen in other heads.The Highline ballhead will be available in either titan
The Denver-based tripod maker Colorado Tripod Company has announced the world’s first hollow titanium ballhead. It’s called the Highline Ballhead Titanium, and it’s designed to be ultra-light, ultra-strong, and ultra-versatile.“Although the process of extracting titanium from its ore is costly, designers consider it valuable enough for specialty applications such as aerosp
In a demonstration of what could be commercially possible within the near future, California-based HRE Wheels recently teamed up with GE Additive's AddWorks team to create the first-ever titanium wheel to be 3D-printed via Electron Beam Melting. The process is said to be more efficient than traditional machining... Continue Reading Titanium 3D-printed wheel provides a glimpse of the future
Pennsylvania-based photographer John Kasko wanted a small but safe way to carry a memory card with him at all times, so he created a pure titanium case that’s designed specifically for carrying one SD card or several microSD cards on a keychain.Kasko, who has been shooting as a professional photographer full time since 1982, developed a hand-milled case that’s strong and sleek.“
Some multitools take on a ton of tasks and others tend to focus on doing a few things, and doing them properly. The new Halifax from Portland toolmaker The James Brand is one multi-faceted implement that doesn't bite off more than it can chew, with a few simple tools elegantly carved out of a single titanium block... Continue Reading Titanium Halifax multitool keeps things classy and clean
It takes some serious heat to turn titanium into vapor – temperatures upward of 3,200 °C (5,800 °CF), to be precise. It appears KELT-9b, which we crowned the exoplanet Least Likely To Host Life last year, is up for the job. Its broiling surface temperatures make it hotter than many stars – and, according to a new discovery, hot enough to vaporize heavy metals, with researchers detecting ir is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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