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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ March 30, 2014
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 11, 2014
Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... February 6, 2014
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Jan Wallner, (11) "Schüler erfinden" Maristengymnasium Fürstenzell Das Schieben schwerer Mülltonnen erfordert viel Kraft, die nicht jeder hat. Deshalb hat Jan Wallner einen Stützräderzusatz konstruiert, mit dem sich auch extrem schwere Tonnen leicht und sicher transportieren lassen.
Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... December 26, 2013
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 11, 2014
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Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... December 25, 2013
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Surface coal mining in area Kolubara, Serbia
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 30, 2014
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 30, 2014
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Alexander Neiß, (14) "Schüler erfinden" Maristengymnasium Fürstenzell Von der Idee her eine typische Schülererfindung, ist die von Alexander Neiß entwickelte Neuheit: ein Kugelschreiber mit einer integrierten Locherfunktion. Wie sich inzwischen gezeigt hat, ein sehr praktisches Hilfsmittel für den Unterricht.
Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... December 26, 2013
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Timo Rottbauer, (14) Elias Keller "Schüler erfinden" Maristengymnasium Fürstenzell Timo Rottbauer und Elias Keller – der eine eher der Techniker, der andere mehr der Sportler – haben zusammen eine Oberfläche für Waveboards entwickelt, welche es erlaubt, auch steilste Kurven zu fahren, ohne vom Brett abzurutschen.
Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... December 26, 2013
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Capo Cino onto Engineers are ... December 25, 2013
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 11, 2014
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A colossal 28-wheel truck that will help build a major telescope array in the Chilean Andes The giant vehicle will heave antennas – each weighing 115 tonnes – up a mountainside to the site of the array, a plateau 5,000m above sea level. The antenna transporter is 10m wide, 20m long and 6m high. It weighs 130 tonnes and has as much power as two Formula 1 engines. The first of two vehicles has been put through its paces at the firm Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik near Stuttgart in Germany. The vehicles will have to haul their heavy cargo safely from the 2,900m-high Alma base camp, where the antennas are assembled, to the array site, which lies at 5,000m – about half the cruising altitude of a 747. Because of the low oxygen content of the air at 5,000m, vehicle operators will need to wear portable oxygen canisters. The backrests of the driver seats are shaped to allow the driver to wear his oxygen tank while driving.
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 30, 2014
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ January 11, 2014
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Capo Cino onto CAD/PLM/ERP ⓂⒶⒼ March 27, 2014
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