Grab adhesive test using 316 stainless steel

In a previous video I tested some grab adhesive using a jig like this using some wooden blocks, I then used some hydraulic test equipment to see how much force was required to remove each block. A couple of people weren’t happy with the outcome, one particular adhesive manufacturer got in touch and said that […]

How to Install Stainless Steel Deck Screws | Fasteners 101

Welcome back to Albany County Fasteners – Fasteners 101 I’m bob and today we’re going to be discussing deck screws. So let’s get started. So these are deck screws. They are bugle head and you can see at the head here that it has a bugle effect to it. These 305 stainless steel deck screws […]

Electricity and Magnetism – Electric Circuits

There are different types of circuits. The current in a series circuit can only flow in one path, and it must flow through all the circuit components. In this series circuit, the current flows through each of the bulbs in a sequence. Because all the loads in the circuit share the same current, the bulbs […]

Bruce Power to provide 30% of Ontario’s electricity through 2064

In 1968, Ontario commissioned the country’s first commercial nuclear reactor on what is now the Bruce Power site. Almost 50 years later, that site is now home to the largest operating nuclear facility in the world providing low-cost power to more than 3 million homes and businesses across Ontario. That’s 30 percent of the power […]

Capacitor Replacement Tutorial

Ever had one of those days where a cat was chewing up your circuit board? Or maybe you have an old amplifier where the capacitors seem to be leaking this yucky poisonous goo? If you have ever been in that situation you might be able to fix the circuit board by replacing the capacitors. Let’s […]

Graphene-coated solar panel generates Electricity from Rain Drops.

Scientists in China are developing a new kind of solar panel that could be used to generate power from rain drops. By using a thin layer of highly conductive graphene, the solar cell could effectively harness power from rain. The salt contained in rain separates into ions (ammonium, calcium and sodium), making graphene and natural […]


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MEGA Metal Foundry

What’s up guys welcome back, thanks for joining us today on the king of random in the past We’ve shown you how to make your very own backyard foundry using a metal bucket and this stuff called kaowool Well this has worked out great. We’ve used it for a whole bunch of different projects and […]

Electricity and Plumbing Change Rural Farm Life in the Early 20th Century

When Pete first started taking photos, electric lights and indoor plumbing had not yet arrived in most farms. But when electricity came, it meant running water could be pumped into farmhouses. Soon plans were in the works for toilets, sinks, and bathtubs. It just felt like I was the wealthiest person in the world. It […]

Electricity’s Affect on Plants

Does soil charged with different voltages affect the growth of Mammoth Sunflowers. If the soil is charged, then it will stimulate the seed, causing it to start growing sooner. Too much electricity will kill the plant. You will need the following materials. Once complete, the cup should look like this. The Arduino is the brain […]