If you’ve ever cleaned dog poop out of the sole of a boot, you already know something about crap traps – in that case a literal crap trap. We
With a new year come new projects, and good or bad, what happened last year is done. It’s time to look forward, learn from the past, and make good choices.
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High-quality rugged connectors are complex and expensive. Connectors can be 1/3rd or more of the total BOM cost on some rugged products. Selecting a connector wisely is a crucial
The surprise… It was about 10 minutes through a design review. All eyes were fixed on the projector screen evaluating the newly presented concepts. My voice was the only
An eighth-grade sewing class can do an amazing amount of damage. One of my childhood summer jobs was repairing sewing machines at the local middle schools and high schools.
Don’t all kids love trig? I was always pretty good at math. The first math class that really got me excited was trigonometry. To me it seemed really useful. Ok,
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‘Must work with gloves’ is a requirement that we often see in the design specification for rugged products. So what are some of the considerations when designing for gloved use?
I loved visiting my uncle Bud in Rensselaer Indiana. He had a passion for computers from the very early days of the field. I learned a lot of programming from