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13 Feb
2011
Guy Martin Design featured in Tooling News #1, February 2011

A guy named Guy (pronounced “Gee”) and a Robot named Marie

His name is Guy Martin. He is SCI-Arc trained (Southern California Institute of Architecture) and considers himself a Digital Architect. His partner is a robot named Marie with an 80’ reach and together they’ve fabricated complex composite creations for clients as varied as designer Philippe Starck, and the pioneering private space transport company, Space X...

13 Feb
2011

FSC-88 The Most Versatile Primer On The Planet

  After listening to sign makers for years tell us about their dissatisfaction with available primers, we created FSC-88WB. Spray it, brush it, roll it or squeegee it on, this one-part water-based product easily adapts to your chosen application method. FSC-88WB is a high-solid content, high-build primer, perfect for the closed cell structure of Precision..

24 Oct
2010

Michigan “3 peats” Solar Challenge

  • October 24, 2010
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Demonstrating their engineering prowess, the University of Michigan’s Infinium completes the 1100 mile race just 2 hours ahead of the University of Minnesota’s entry. The American Solar Challenge is a competition to design, build and race solar powered cars cross country in a timed rally-style event. Held every summer for the past 20 years in..