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National Fluid Power Association (NFPA)

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Standards from the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) lead manufacturers and suppliers in the fluid power industry. These standards apply to the global marketplace, especially in the areas of design for interchangeability, testing, rating methods, safety, communications and calibration. NFPA standards are categorized into communications, design and performance to help you:

  • Improve and normalize terminology
  • Improve and normalize terminology
  • Enable interfacing and interchangeability

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Jun 28

Worth repeating about soldering SMT devices

As I mentioned in response to the previous topic on soldering SMT devices, there is a really good way to do this that will delight those of you who find yourselves challenged by the prospect of working on small parts. Instead of regular solder in a wire form, use one of the many solder pastes that c

Jun 28

Valentino Balboni Drives the Boss’s Countach

Most of us don’t get to drive our bosses’ fast cars. Valentino Balboni, however, is not most of us. As Lamborghini’s longtime test driver, he got some time behind the wheel of Lamborghini CEO Patrick Mimran’s Countach when it was new and again, more recently, with filmmaker B

Jun 28

Black Hole Inhaling Space?

If the theoretical rotational speed of a black hole is limited to slightly below the speed of light,then how is the conservation of momentum conserved for very large black holes? What happens to the rotational energy when the max speed is reached and other rotating masses are sucked into the event

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