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[Summary]How the Slinky Was Made - CNN Not Your Ordinary Slinky One of our most popular posts on social media this month was of a slinky, but not the ordinary kind made using traditional manufacturing methods. Instead, this slinky was created using a popular

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How the Slinky Was Made - CNN

Slinky Manufacturing

Not Your Ordinary Slinky

One of our most popular posts on social media this month was of a slinky, but not the ordinary kind made using traditional manufacturing methods. Instead, this slinky was created using a popular type of additive manufacturing called Selective Laser Sintering, or SLS, one of FATHOM’s many in-house production center services.

Manufacturing a workforce: Education, policy, culture all shape...

Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series examining the state of manufacturing in the Northland.Part One: A steely resolve: Optimism amid challenges for Northland manufacturing Part Two: Northland employees need updated skills in new manufacturng reality If we all raise our children...

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Alex Brands Toys, games & activities for children of all ages.The most iconic, recognizable and award winning toy brands including Alex Toys, POOF Slinky, Ideal, Backyard Safari, Buzz Bee Toys, Kaloo, Janod, ZOOB, Zillionz, Shrinky Dinks and Scientific Explorer.

Slinky RPS Coated Titanium Electric Guitar Strings

Ernie Ball coated Slinky strings combine the latest technological advancements in string manufacturing. All wound strings are treated with groundbreaking nanotechnology that repels unwanted moisture and oils that negatively impact your tone In addition to treating the wound strings, each plain string features a patented reinforcement winding of titanium wire. Titanium's inherent strength prevents string breakage, string slippage, and is proven to keep your guitar strings in tune better than conventional plain strings. Ernie Ball coated Slinky guitar strings maintain the feel and sound of uncoated sets, combining the added protection with the vibrant tone Ernie Ball customers have relied on for over 50 years.

Choose Washington State for Investment or Expansion

The birthplace of such business legends as Amazon, Boeing, Costco, Expedia, Microsoft, Nordstrom, PACCAR, Starbucks and REI, Washington State offers site selectors and investors a critical mass of highly skilled workers in aerospace, advanced manufacturing, clean technology, information & communication technology (ICT), life science/global health and maritime. Our culture of creativity and collaboration brought the world the age of jet travel, spawned an international coffee culture with a language all its own, built digital empires out of slivers of silicon and strings of binary code, and in the process, fundamentally changed the way people around the world shop, travel, eat, drink, relax, dress and think.

Post-It Notes Were Invented By Accident

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Today I found out Post-It Notes were invented by accident.

There were actually two accidents that lead to the invention of the Post-It note. The first was by Spencer Silver. According to the former Vice President of Technical Operations for 3M Geoff Nicholson (now retired), in 1968, Silver was working at 3M trying to create super strong adhesives for use in the aerospace industry in building planes. Instead of a super strong adhesive, though, he accidentally managed to create an incredibly weak, pressure sensitive adhesive agent called Acrylate Copolymer Microspheres.

Hall of Fame: Time Spy

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US and Canadian Inventors and Inventions

A telegraph sends electrical signals over a long distance, through wires. In 1830, Joseph Henry (1797-1878) made the first long-distance telegraphic device - he sent an electric current for over a mile on wire that activated an electromagnet, causing a bell to ring.

Morse patented a working telegraph machine in 1837, with help from his business partners Leonard Gale and Alfred Vail. Morse used a dots-and-spaces code for the letters of the alphabet and the numbers (Morse Code was later improved to use dots, dashes and spaces: for example E is dot, T is dash, A is dot-dash, N is dash-dot, O is dash-dash-dash, I is dot-dot, S is dot-dot-dot, etc.). By 1838, Morse could send 10 words per minute. Congress provided funds for building a telegraph line between Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, in 1843. Morse sent the first telegraphic message (from Washington D.C. to Baltimore) on May 24, 1844; the message was: "What hath God wrought?" The telegraph revolutionized long-distance communications.

THE List of American Made Companies

Here you will find THE COMPLETE LIST of every brand we have EVER MENTIONED on USA Love List. Clicking on the brand’s name will bring you to a page showing every article so you can see just what we had to say about them.

Please note, just because a brand is listed here, you should not assume that everything they make or sell is 100% made in USA. But if we mentioned them, you can be sure there is something of interest for our readers who are trying to buy American more often. Go ahead… check it out…

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