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  • a source for an ABEX / Parker AP05V or AP09V hydraulic pump, or Stratopower 65W pump or pump parts. It is a constant pressure, variable displacement axial piston pump typically used for aircraft hydraulic systems.
  • PC interface software for an L3 thermal eye 2500AS thermal imager / 2620AS DSP board
  • A source for small quantities of CO2 laser fill gas, CO2:N2:He = 1:1.5:12 + 5% Xe (preferred), or CO2:N2:He = 1:1.5:12
  • A source for low cost 6-axis force/torque sensors

 

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Stratopower 65W Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Abex AP05VC Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Abex AP05V Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Radiation shielded GoPro camera

Neobeam irradiation run

Seek thermal imager

Ion Collector

Microbolometer upgrade

 

Powered Exoskeleton

Hydraulic Power Unit

AHRS/GNSS rotation matrix added to AHRS code

 

FLIR Photon 320 thermal imager

Pfeiffer Turbo Station Construction

 

-80kV, 40A switching power supply

Terrella Experiment

5 axis desktop CNC mill

Turbocharger Gas Turbine

 

 

Updates: (12/16/2014)

Stratopower 65W Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Abex AP05VC Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Abex AP05V Hydraulic Pump Teardown

Radiation shielded GoPro camera

Seek thermal imager

Flapper Nozzle Hydraulic Servo Valve Teardown

IEC Fusor 3

Powered Exoskeleton

L3 2500AS thermal imager

  • Amorphous silicon core opened

FLIR Photon 320 thermal imager

  • Custom short cable adapter

 

Thermal imager Comparison

Pfeiffer Turbo Station Construction

Updates: Older

-80kV, 40A switching power supply

5 axis desktop CNC mill

     

 

 


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