Monthly archive for July 2016

Lightening the Load to Meet Consumer and CAFE Standards

In a world where more and more emphasis is being placed on leaving fewer carbon footprints, fuel economy has become an important issue for auto manufacturers across the country. Not only are auto manufacturers attempting to meet the demands of more environment-conscious consumers, they are also trying

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Two Motion-Photography Tricks You Can Try with Shutter Speed and ISO

Learning the three pillars of photography — namely how shutter speed, ISO, and aperture work — is crucial to becoming a great photographer. Once you’ve gotten the hang of those essentials though, you may wonder, “Okay, now what?” If you’ve already familiarized yourself with your camera’s basic settings, there are actually some cool

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White Balance: What is it and why do I need it?

White balancing your camera before every shot can mean the difference between a great shot and a waste of time. So first of all: What exactly is white balancing?  White balancing is a setting in the camera that makes subjects appear white. It may seem like an odd thing,

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A New Way of Doing: High-Temperature Metal Gas Forming

The birth of hydroforming has brought with it many advantages. When compared to mainstream production techniques, hydroforming has proved itself to be effective, quick, reliable and capable of outperforming products manufactured with standard conventional processes. Nevertheless, the close counterpart of hydroforming, high-temperature metal gas forming, is on the rise and has

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