It’s now more than a month since the destructive tornado winds passed through Southwest Ohio — and as evidenced by a photo that I took today of a home in the Trotwood area (see below) — there are still many
I spent a couple of days in Detroit at the annual RAPID Additive Manufacturing Conference, where I presented a paper on one of my company’s ceramic 3D-printing technology. I stayed at the Marriott hotel at the Renaissance Center while attending
We visited the Dayton Art Institute this weekend to see the special exhibit from the National Academy of Design. This exhibit is intended to feature the paintings of American artists from the past 150 years. Based on our observations, we
Update We’re now rolling into August and there has been plenty of rain to water the lawn and flowers. We’ve had a bountiful harvest of raspberries and watermelon, and the morning glories are still blooming (see photos below). .
There were major new articles today about the completion of the Memphis Belle restoration: James Verinis’s children never met their grandfather, Jim Verinis, a co-pilot on the iconic World War II B-17 Memphis Belle. But this week, they will connect
I spent the past week in in Ft. Worth, Texas at the RAPID 2018 Conference, which is one of the world’s largest conferences and exhibitions on additive manufacturing. I presented a paper entitled “Critical Success Factor for Additive Manufacturing: A
Most people may not know that Wright State (WSU) become an independent university only in the late 1960s (it was originally a branch campus of Ohio State and Miami University serving personnel at NCR and Wright Patterson AFB). Well before
There appears to be a wide-ranging rebuttal emerging against social media. While I’ve had this blog for nearly 12 years, I have never embraced the real-time social media ‘mob’. As I’ve written before, I use Feedly as my custom newsreader
Our water in Montgomery County, Ohio is about 120 ppm of particulates, which is considered moderately hard. This means that the ‘clean’ water that enters our home suds up with soap in a reasonable fashion, but calcium compounds form on
An interesting article about 3D printing of ceramics for making aerospace parts (full disclosure: yours truly appears in the story).