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Made to showcase its vintage BMW engine, the ‘Birdcage’ has a wireframe design

At first glance, the BMW Motorrad Birdcage looks like a 3D model viewed in wireframe mode. It’s easy to make that mistake, because the Birdcage, sure enough, has an incredible, wireframe-inspired design. Designed as an homage to the BMW Motorrad boxer engine the company developed 50 years ago, the Birdcage houses the absolutely stunning piece of engineering in a titanium see-through mesh-esque cage that gives the engine the attention it deserves. The titanium frame allows the curvilinear boxer...
Tags: Design, Automotive, Bmw, Titanium, Motorcycle, BMW Motorrad, Wireframe, Revival Cycles, Alan Stulberg, Birdcage, Ernst Hennes


This 3D-Printed Metal Guitar is Absolutely Indestructible.

A lot of moments in rock history are defined by the iconic guitar-smash… and while I personally don’t think it’s particularly nice to smash musical equipment, what if you designed a guitar that, if you look at the image immediately below, couldn’t be smashed?That’s what Sandvik decided to do. Designed to show off their advanced titanium additive printing techniques (and also their engineering prowess), they designed the world’s first guitar that can’t be smashed. Literally. Many have even trie...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Guitar, Steel, Titanium, Product Design, Unbreakable, Yngwie Malmsteen, Andy Holt, Sandvik, Malmsteen, Printed Metal Guitar


The world’s tiniest bottle opener and multitool is deceptively small

The TiBO is small enough to be underestimated. Roughly the size of your thumbnail, it’s easy to dismiss the TiBO as something that’s too small to be useful… but it’s also a wildly inaccurate thing to do, because at just 21.5mm in length, the TiBO is the smallest multitool, packing a bottle opener, a flathead screwdriver, and a prybar into its deceptively tiny footprint.Conceived in 2016, the TiBO went through its share of design iterations before it reached what it looks like today. Optimized ...
Tags: Deals, Design, US, Bottle Opener, Popular, Titanium, Product Design, Random, Edc, Tibo, EveryDayCarry, Kii Ring, Small Kii


Apple’s latest product/service is designed to disrupt the banking industry

I’ll just list a few features that Jennifer Bailey, the VP of Apple Pay, had to say about Apple’s latest offering… Apple Card. Designed to be the most efficient, useful, transparent, financially beneficial, and well-designed thing to happen to the banking industry, Apple Card is both a physical and digital credit card for Apple users to make payments through. The card works universally, encrypting all your payments and related data, it records all your transactions in a way that’s more easy to...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Design, Technology, Banking, Bank, Credit, Goldman Sachs, Apple Pay, Card, Titanium, Mastercard, Product Design, Payment, Apple Pay Apple, Jennifer Bailey


An easy-to-carry every-day-carry!

The KLIP is one of those EDC products that doesn’t try to take on too much. It does one thing and does it right. Made with a robust titanium body, the KLIP is a convenient little blade housed inside a compact pocket clip, allowing you to fasten it to your pocket or your belt. Its tiny size and portable nature make it not just an EDC but an EEDC (an easy-to-carry everyday carry). The size of a single key, the KLIP works as a keychain too, allowing you to carry/fasten your keys to your pocket wh...
Tags: Deals, Design, California, Popular, Titanium, Product Design, Random, Edc, Pocket Knife, Klip, Dapper Design, EDC Suspension Hook


The world’s smallest, most versatile multitool can sit on your fingertip

The first time you lay eyes on the Claw, it’s bafflingly small. What’s more baffling, however, is its incredibly vast feature list. It opens bottles and jars, unscrews screws, cuts open taped boxes, undoes staples, works as a flint-scraper, and acts as a tiny, nifty, jimmying tool. By design, it fits all those features into a frame that’s basically the size of your thumbnail, and by construction, it does so tirelessly, because the Claw is made entirely from titanium.At less than an inch long, ...
Tags: Deals, Tools, Design, Tsa, Popular, Titanium, Product Design, Random, Edc, Multitool, Claw, EveryDayCarry, Malboro & Kane, World's Smallest


Nitecore NTK10: The X-acto knife’s bad-boy cousin

Nitecore makes some stunning flashlights, but ever so often, it makes some mean EDC gear too. Take for instance the NTK10, quite literally a mean piece of EDC, with its anthropomorphized bottle-opener that looks like the jaws of a vicious predator.Machined entirely from high-grade titanium, the NTK10 comes with an OLFA CKB-2 blade on the inside that makes for a perfect multi-purpose knife, with its long body and 30° slant, allowing you to use it for slicing, slashing, carving, piercing, and even...
Tags: Deals, Design, Knife, Titanium, Product Design, Edc, Nitecore, EveryDayCarry, NTK10


The HM9 Flow is less of a watch and more of a time-telling kinetic sculpture

Clearly taking inspiration from the streamlined aerodynamic body of an airplane, the HM9 Flow by MB&F is a sheer pleasure to look at, with its unconventional, curvilinear body and luxury steampunk aesthetic.The movement within the HM9 Flow is developed in-house and is produced from 301 parts being manually-wound with 45 hours of power reserve. Three exhibition windows on the top give you a clear view of the enchanting movement of the twin balance wheels on each flank, accompanied by a planetary ...
Tags: Design, Watch, Watches, Luxury, Curved, Titanium, Mb&f, Product Design, Movement, Aerodynamic, HM9 Flow


Get Creative with Kohler Components

The “Components” of Kohler’s recent Components Faucet Collection are just that—three separate elements that users may select to create a customized kitchen fitting that suits individual preference. Users may choose from three spout styles, four varieties of handle, and four distinct finishes. Among the aforementioned, spouts include “Ribbon,” “Row,” and “Tube”—a timeless trio, each with a distinctive silhouette and a modern streamlined style. Handle options are equally alluring: “Oyl,” “Indus...
Tags: Books, Titanium, Faucet, Kohler, Nickel, Bathroom Fittings, Kitchen and Bath, Polished Chrome, Faucet Handle, Kitchen Fitting, Kohler Components, Mix-and-match Faucet


This titanium multitool nails the basics

The James Brand was established for the pure reason that there are some problems that involve getting your hands dirty. Some solutions involve having the right tool on you and the Halifax was designed to be a solution to some pretty basic problems. Its simplistic design comes machined from a single titanium billet, and has a design that’s easy to hold, store, and even operate.The Halifax comes with three rather rudimentary functions that you’re bound to require a tool for. A flathead screwdriver...
Tags: Deals, Tools, Design, Bottle Opener, Halifax, Titanium, Product Design, Multitool, Screwdriver, EveryDayCarry, The James Brand, James Brand, James BrandClick


An immortal titanium pencil for your immortal ideas

It’s been around for almost half a millennium now, and the pencil is still going strong. Even today, the most commonly used ones come with a graphite nib encased in wood, with the exception of the mechanical pencil, a much more recent innovation that allows you to extrude a graphite lead by clicking a button… but no matter how far we progress as a species, the humble pencil is always our go-to for ideating, sketching, scribbling, doodling, and noting. The Magno Ti turns that humble 500-year-ol...
Tags: Deals, Design, Outdoor, Stationery, Titanium, Pencil, Product Design, Magno, Matthew Cain, EveryDayCarry, Magno Ti, Ashley Hribar Green Matthew Aston


This clever key-swapping system definitely feels like the future

MSTR’s Linx ensures that interchanging keys between keychains will never be a headache again. Linx’s rather creative key-swapping approach isn’t time-consuming, requiring you to slide out a key by wedging your thumbnail into the keyring and rotating the key for minutes before it comes out, only to repeat the process, in reverse, for putting the key back in. Relying on a system that uses positive and negative shapes (think: jigsaw puzzle, or key and keyhole), Linx allows you to simply slide the...
Tags: Design, Keychain, Titanium, Linx, Product Design, Quick Release, MSTR, EveryDayCarry, Jonah King, Justin Heister, MSTRMND, Mini Linx, Medium Linx, Carabiner Linx


New Ford Focus Debuts, Arrives in U.S. Next Year

Lately, there hasn’t been much good news concerning small cars in the U.S. The segment has been losing ground to crossovers, leading Ford to decide not to bring its new Fiesta across the pond and GM to reportedly kill the Chevrolet Sonic later this year. But here’s one thing for small-car believers to get excited about: the all-new global Ford Focus will be coming stateside in 2019. The automaker is unveiling its next-gen compact today at simultaneous events in Europe and China, markets that wil...
Tags: Apple, Europe, News, China, Ford, Gm, Michigan, Car Reviews, Focus, Titanium, Ford Focus, Chevrolet Sonic, EcoBlue, Focus the Blue Oval, Focus Vignale, Focus Rear


These carabiner clips are made from a single titanium piece

It took Jeb Cheng quite a bit of trial and error (as you can see here), but after dozens of prototypes, he ultimately arrived at the perfect design for a single-piece carabiner made from titanium. A series of slanted cuts, spaced apart to provide a balance between flexibility and rigidity without breaking apart, are placed in the arm of the carabiner. A little pressure allows it to slide backwards (the cuts only give it flexibility in a single direction), giving you enough space to slip your key...
Tags: Design, Siri, Keychain, Clip, Titanium, Product Design, FLEX, Carabiner, EveryDayCarry, Inspirs Design, Jeb Cheng, Jiangli Cheng, TK6


Intel contributes open source NEV and Titanium code to edge computing project

The Linux Foundation announced new support for its “Akraino Edge Stack” project for creating open source cloud services for edge computing, including Intel’s promise to open source parts of its Wind River Titanium Cloud and Network Edge Virtualization SDK.
Tags: Intel, Linux, Titanium, Linux Foundation, Wind River Titanium Cloud


Skagen’s new smartwatch is made of titanium, and it’s lighter than air

Skagen, the Danish watch brand known for its beautiful minimalist designs, has a smartwatch made of titanium coming in the near future. We've worn it, and are pleased to say it's one of the lightest smartwatches we've ever put on. The post Skagen’s new smartwatch is made of titanium, and it’s lighter than air appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Wearables, Trends, Titanium, Skagen, Holst, Android Army, Hybrid Smartwatch, BaselWorld 2018, Signatur T-bar


Apple patent aims to use haptic feedback to make notifications distinguishable

Apple has been awarded a series of new patents -- including three related to improving a device's waterproofing, coloring titanium for use in building devices, and using haptic feedback for distinguishable notifications. The post Apple patent aims to use haptic feedback to make notifications distinguishable appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Patent, Titanium, Haptic Feedback


Brownells Titanium AR-15 and AR-10 Bolt Carrier Groups

Recently we reported about the Brownells lightweight AR-15 bolt carrier groups. Shortly after releasing that product, Brownells has also announced that they are now making titanium AR-15 and AR-10 bolt carrier groups. As you know, titanium is very lightweight. As a matter of fact, their standard profile titanium AR-15 BCG is even lighter than the skeletonized steel one. […] Read More … The post Brownells Titanium AR-15 and AR-10 Bolt Carrier Groups appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Titanium, Dlc, Daily News, BCG, Ar-15, Brownells, Ar-10, Diamond like carbon, Sr25, Bolt Carrier Groups


Interesting Tikka T3 upgrades from Sterk Shooting

Sterk Shooting from Australia is introducing a Generation 2 of their Titanium Bolt Shroud for the Tikka T3 and T3x. Sterk offer various upgrades for the Tikka T3, as you can see below, but the new bolt shrouds really caught my attention as they look like a work of art. In fact, as I ordered […] Read More … The post Interesting Tikka T3 upgrades from Sterk Shooting appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Australia, Titanium, Daily News, Sterk, Bolt Action, 3D Priniting, TIKKA T3x TAC A1, Tikka T3, Bolt Shroud, Sterk Shooting


Johann Fanzoj KB-1 TI CARBON Break Action Single Shot Rifle

Johann Fanzoj is one of the few premium hunting firearms manufacturers that manages to combine the over 200-year-old traditions of gun making with modern technologies and materials. Eight years ago they introduced a bolt action rifle called TI-3. It was a rifle which with the exception of the barrel had all other action parts made of titanium. […] Read More … The post Johann Fanzoj KB-1 TI CARBON Break Action Single Shot Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Titanium, Carbon Fiber, Premium, Daily News, Rifles, Single Shot, Johann Fanzoj, Fanzoj, KB-1 TI CARBON, Johann Fanzoj KB


US Army Wants Powder Metal Gun Barrels

Last Thursday, we discussed the US Army’s solicitation for combustible cartridge cases. Today, we’ll take a look at another interesting solicitation published in the same US government program called SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research). This time the Army is looking for powder metal small arms barrels. The idea behind this request is to have a bi-metal […] Read More … The post US Army Wants Powder Metal Gun Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Defense, US, Army, US Army, Titanium, Daily News, SBIR, Solicitation, Barrel, SBIR Small Business Innovation Research, Powder Metal, US Army Wants Powder Metal Gun Barrels


Essential Phone arriving in three new limited edition colors

 The Essential Phone, still among the best deals you can find in smartphones today, is now set to be available in three new colors, including “Ocean Depths,” “Copper Black” and “Stellar Gray.” These include two previously announced colours, the aquamarine-ish Ocean Depths and the dark matte “Stellar Gray,” but also the surprising third options,… Read More
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Mobile, Hardware, Tech, Chemistry, Titanium, Cobalt, Matter, Copper, Matte, Ocean Depths, Ocean Depths Copper Black and Stellar Gray These


[SHOT 2018] Surefire

In today’s episode, we follow Miles to Shot Show 2018 at the Surefire booth. Miles talks to Andrew about the new M600 DF which is their new lithium and rechargeable scout light boasting 1500 lumens when used with rechargeable 18650 batteries. The mini scout lights have also been upgraded with the M300c model to provide […] Read More … The post [SHOT 2018] Surefire appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Shooting, Guns, Defense, Fuel, Light, Companies, Green, Show, Can, 2018, Day, Flash, Gun, Shot, Fury, Scout


[SHOT 2018] Aero Precision’s Comps, Suppressors and Build Kits

Aero Precision had some interesting products for 2018. The company is working on a new line of compensators for 9mm, 5.56, and 7.62 rifles. These have a number of unique features such as the ability to slide a gas block over them while installed. They also have a titanium suppressor which wil MSRP for under […] Read More … The post [SHOT 2018] Aero Precision’s Comps, Suppressors and Build Kits appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Media, Shooting, Guns, Companies, Show, Magazine, Can, 2018, Day, Flash, Ar, Device, Nevada, Adapter, Gun, Shot


One Year After Epic, Callaway Goes Rogue with 3 New Drivers

I didn’t expect to write this story (no, not because Callaway hates me). My thinking was that Epic would spend another 6 months as Callaway’s flagship driver while a new XR would emerge to satisfy the market’s hunger for something new. Shows you what I know. According to Callaway, the XR platform doesn’t allow for a driver as capable as Epic. Ultimately that’s probably a cost argument. To do Epic things requires different materials (Triaxial Carbon instead of Titanium), and more complex manufa...
Tags: Sport, Epic, Golf, Harry, Boeing, Titanium, Callaway, Standard, Rogue, New Releases, Aldila, Harry Arnett, Callaway Customs, Rogue Sub Zero, MOI Callaway, Aldila Quaranta


Ever had this problem...?

Many of us, I am sure, have received knives over time as gifts and hand me downs from friends and family. I have received several over the years, most of them eventually becoming lost, stolen, or eventually traded up for better knives. Yet I find now that I receive a knife, one of my most recent being the Camillus brand Titanium fixed blade knife. This knife has become a staple in my kit after having used and abused it over and over. I have thrown it at boards leaned against wire fencing, only t...
Tags: Google, Knives, Weapon, Titanium, Swords & Axes


Choosing Between 3D Printing & CNC Machining

Introduction Selecting the right manufacturing technology for a particular application can be hard, even to the most experienced designers. With rapid developments in digital manufacturing technologies, like 3D printing, the potential benefits for designers can easily be overlooked without sufficient knowledge of the subject.The purpose of this article is to identify how 3D printing is positioned in the current manufacturing landscape and compare it against CNC machining. After reading, you shou...
Tags: Design, 3d Printing, Titanium, Digital Fabrication, CNC, SLM, Prototyping, CNC MACHINING, Aluminum Stainless Steel, Aluminum Stainless Steel Titanium BrassCNC, Formula Student Team TU Delft Conclusions


Master of Arms ENYO Lightweight Rifle (3.65 Lbs)

3.65 lbs! That is an unbelievably low weight for an AR-15 style rifle. Actually, some handguns weigh more than that. What makes the Master of Arms ENYO rifle even cooler is that despite its unusual look and light weight, it should be a perfectly suitable rifle for a wide variety of applications. The choice of materials and manufacturing technologies is what […] Read More … The post Master of Arms ENYO Lightweight Rifle (3.65 Lbs) appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, 3d Printing, Titanium, Carbon Fiber, Daily News, Lightweight, Ar-15, Rifles, Aluminum Alloy, Master Of Arms, ENYO, Tennalum


V Seven Weapons “Helios” Titanium Muzzle Brake

If you’ve ever shot or stood next to someone shooting a pistol or SBR AR or AK you know how loud they can be. This is especially true if they’re using a traditional style muzzle brake with side ports. For this reason “Krinkov style” muzzle brakes are very popular on pistols and SBRs. They redirect […] Read More … The post V Seven Weapons “Helios” Titanium Muzzle Brake appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Titanium, Helios, Daily News, Ar-15, Rifles, Shooting Accessories, Muzzle Brake, Krinkov, V Seven Weapon Systems


Boardroom Series of Pistols: NEW Nighthawk Custom Chairman Longslide

Nighthawk Custom, the quality custom shop from Arkansas, is used to having one gunsmith labor to build one gun at a time. With their new Boardroom Series of pistols, this should be pretty evident. To the tune of $4,195 (not legal for our California friends), you can get a subtly high-class 1911 that will be […] Read More … The post Boardroom Series of Pistols: NEW Nighthawk Custom Chairman Longslide appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, California, Gold, Companies, Arkansas, Press Releases, Breaking News, Titanium, Daily News, Nighthawk Custom, 9mm, Pistols, Nitride, 45 ACP, Chairman Longslide