PID hand tracking system
/r/EngineeringPornAn iconoscope camera (an early television camera) known as the “Olympic Cannon” being used during the 1936 Olympics in Berlin
/r/EngineeringPornThe Rear Surface of a Deformable Mirror [1920×2560]
/r/EngineeringPornA graduate student in astronomy observing sunspots with spectrohelioscope (a type of solar telescope), Wellesley College, Massachusetts, 1939
/r/EngineeringPornElectrical discharge machining(EDM) cuts metal using a superfine brass wire. Electricity is zapped through it produces a spark. The electric spark produces intense heat of 14,000 to 21,500°F. That allows the metal to be cut in such a precise way that two parts can merge seamlessly.
/r/EngineeringPornSabot round discarding jacket after launching the penetrating rod - tracked and filmed at 6000 frames per second
/r/EngineeringPornOptimas - Pflasterverlegemaschien S19E PaveJet
/r/EngineeringPornLunch Atop A Skycraper : The Story behind the 1932 photo
/r/EngineeringPornHVAC VFD Installation (Variable Frequency Drive) ABB
/r/EngineeringPornSecret wine cellar. Ever seen something like this before?
/r/EngineeringPornRotating gears and greasing.
/r/EngineeringPornThe GBU-28 bomb uses a time-delay fuze to detonate after penetrating multiple layers of concrete
/r/EngineeringPornThis vehicle is simply awesome
/r/EngineeringPorni hear y'all like fancy doors
/r/EngineeringPornMy homemade 40ton FORGING PRESS
/r/EngineeringPornSpecial Hexagon Flange Bolts to Drawing. B8M. Made in UK.
/r/EngineeringPornI am Great & The World Is Ours🌎
/r/EngineeringPornNow that is a suspension.
/r/EngineeringPornWait for it, that final cronch!
/r/EngineeringPornFolding lumber semi
/r/EngineeringPornIt's the child of a ratchet and a wrench. What else could you want?
/r/EngineeringPornWhen a CAD design ends up exactly as you intended.
/r/EngineeringPornGerman troops using a Schienenwolf (Rail Wolf), also called a Schwellenpflug (Sleeper Plough), to destroy rail tracks while withdrawing from Soviet territory, 1944
/r/EngineeringPornJapanese pen that uses conductive ink
/r/EngineeringPornApollo 11's Saturn V launch (70mm footage)
/r/EngineeringPornProbably the last update before completion. If all goes well it'll be done by the end of next week. Also, don't worry, the wheel isn't finished and the pedals won't stay positioned so far out.
/r/EngineeringPornRife #3 Universal Microscope, 1933
/r/EngineeringPornWhy Did The Allies Pick Normandy?