honing uses a special tool, called a honing stone or a hone, to achieve a precision surface.the hone is composed of abrasive grains that are bound together with an adhesive. generally, honing grains are irregularly shaped and about 10 to 50 micrometers in diameter 300 to 1500 mesh grit .smaller grain sizes produce a smoother surface on the workpiece.
there are two versions of the bumerang 8×8 vehicle: the k-16 WPCed personnel carrier , lightly armed with a 12.7 mm machine gun in a small remote turret; and the k-17 infantry fighting vehicle ifv , heavily armed with the bumerang-bm rws with a 30 mm cannon and kornet-em anti-tank missiles or au-220m with 57 mm bm-57 autocannon and 7 .
a paver paver finisher, asphalt finisher, paving machine is a piece of construction equipment used to lay asphalt on roads, bridges, parking lots and other such places. it lays the asphalt flat and provides minor compaction before it is compacted by a roller
keedoozle was the first fully automated grocery store in the united states, a vending machine concept developed by grocer clarence saunders in 1937. 1 2 it is often held that the name 'keedoozle' was coined by saunders to refer to the technology used, in which a ' key does all ' for the grocery shopper, 3 4 but another interview with saunders 5 appears to contradict this.
the mp 18 manufactured by theodor bergmann abteilung waffenbau was the first submachine gun used in combat. it was introduced into service in 1918 by the german army during world war i as the primary weapon of the sturmtruppen , assault groups specialized in trench combat .
sten guns of late 1942 and beyond were, in general, highly effective weapons, though complaints of accidental discharge continued throughout the war. the sten was replaced by the sterling submachine gun from 1953 and was gradually withdn from british service in the 1960s. the other commonwealth nations made or adopted their own replacements.
colour sorters or color sorters sometimes called optical sorters, digital sorters, or electronic colour sorters are machines that are used on the production lines in bulk food processing and other industries.they separate items by their colours, detecting the colours of things that pass before them, and using mechanical or pneumatic ejection devices to divert items whose colours do not fall .
the company listed on the london stock exchange in mid-1962, at a price of 20s $3.50 per share, with the price doubling in weeks. by the end of 1963, the company was selling over 200,000 machines a year. marketing itself as rolls-prestcold, in 1963 it became the first commercial sponsor of the royal windsor horse show.
deepfakes a portmanteau of 'deep learning' and 'fake' are synthetic media in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else's likeness. while the act of faking content is a not new, deepfakes leverage powerful techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence to manipulate or generate visual and audio content with a high potential to deceive.
automatic systems is a belgian company founded in 1969 by the belgian entrepreneur michel coenraets. with the help of friends and family and 1 million bef as start-up capital, michel coenraets started automatic systems in a 15m2 garage in the suburbs of brussels.
the hammond electric bridge table was an electromechanical automatic card shuffling machine that dealt playing cards at random to four bridge players.the mechanism was built into a card table. the main concept of the machine was as a labor saving aid for bridge players in dealing out the hands.
the bmc ado16 amalgamated ding office project number 16 is a range of small family cars built by the british motor corporation bmc and, later, british leyland. launched in 1962, it was britain's best-selling car from 1963 to 1966 and from 1968 to 1971.