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15 Jan
2018

Chuck Miller Featured on Composites World Podcast

  • January 15, 2018
  • Tai Freligh
  • 94 views

Chuck Miller, President of Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, was recently featured on the Composites World podcast. He discussed his background and involvement with the evolving world of composites and tooling from his time as a Manufacturing Engineer on the Saturn S-II, the second stage of the Saturn V Moon Launch Vehicle (fabricated by North..

26 Mar
2015

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft To Commence Launch To Space Station

  • March 26, 2015
  • Steve Cornelius
  • 26 views

SpaceX and NASA announced that they will be launching the Dragon Space Capsule on April 30th to the International Space Station. You may remember our previous blog: SpaceX Dragon Space Capsule – 360˚ View, which includes a 360˚ interior view of the spacecraft. The mission is designed as a comprehensive evaluation as one of the final..

07 Aug
2013

Topographical Modelmaking In A Nutshell!

  • August 7, 2013
  • admin
  • 98 views

With millions of data points and tolerances tighter than some high-powered engines, topographical modelmaking, or digital elevation modeling, is a learned art requiring a keen eye for details. Topographical models are frequently used by a variety of industries including geologists, architects, construction firms and land developers. They are often seen in museums and visitor centers,..

18 Apr
2012

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft To Commence Launch To Space Station

  • April 18, 2012
  • admin
  • 27 views

SpaceX and NASA announced that they will be launching the Dragon Space Capsule on April 30th to the International Space Station. You may remember our previous blog: SpaceX Dragon Space Capsule – 360˚ View, which includes a 360˚ interior view of the spacecraft. The mission is designed as a comprehensive evaluation as one of the final..

08 Feb
2012

United States Air Traffic Video Simulation

  • February 8, 2012
  • admin
  • 31 views

The United States is currently in the process of undertaking the largest transformation of air traffic control ever attempted. Known as the Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NextGen, it is a multi-billion dollar technology effort to make air travel safer, more flexible and more efficient. NASA is one of several U.S. government agencies that..

01 Feb
2012

Robot Designed To Leap Over Asteroids

  • February 1, 2012
  • admin
  • 21 views

NASA has unveiled a giant new robot known as Athlete, or All Terrain Hex Limbed Extra Terrestrial Explorer.  Thirteen feet tall, weighing 5,000 lbs. and boasting a payload of over 32,000 lbs, it is designed to tackle any obstacle it may encounter on the moon or an asteroid. Since it is so heavy, a vehicle..