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Author Topic: A source of components  (Read 1203 times)
Alderman Simeon
Snr. Officer
United Kingdom United Kingdom

of Darlington, England

« on: June 29, 2007, 02:41:41 pm »

While our colonial brethren appear to be blessed with a sufficiency of suppliers of parts for their engineering endeavours, we in the home of the Empire are not, in this consideration, so fortunate. My heart leapt, therefore, when I chanced upon the Aethernet warehouse of Middlesex University's Teaching Resources, where one may purchase, inter alia, Nitinol (the much-vaunted 'memory metal'), assorted motors and gearboxes, and all manner of wondrous contraptions.

Also, I find more gears, in almost infinite variety, here.
« Last Edit: June 29, 2007, 03:12:36 pm by Alderman Simeon » Logged

Contents under pressure.
Leyden jars not included.
May contain nuts and bolts.
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