Factory making Aluminum tube for Germany Manufacturers

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Aluminium tube,Aluminium pipe

1.Surface:Mill finished,Silver,Anodized,PE or PVDF painted



4.Length:cutting according to customer’s request

5.Mould:made according to customer’s drawings or sample


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  • In this installment, we have added a 0.062″ aluminum skin to the underdeck. There was no speed gain, the boat is capable of 25 mph on GPS with 90 hp Engine. The boat ride comfort improves as a just-discernable vibration is removed from the entire boat by the addition of skin. Note: It took speeds of over 15 mph to produce sufficient spray to warranty the skin. No speed gain was observed, but a higher comfort level was attained. Our next installment will be a 22ft two-log pontoon with no underdeck skin but with the addition of performance strakes.

    Google Tech Talks
    December, 12 2007


    Shawn Frayne, a 28 year old inventor based in Mountain View, will talk about his wind belt. This is a power generation device, that is low cost and consists of a membrane that resonates like a guitar string, with a pair of magnets that oscillate between coils.

    There was a story recently in Popular Mechanics – watch the video at:


    Speaker: Shawn Frayne
    Shawn is the inventor of the core wind generator technology on which Humdinger is founded. Previous to his involvement with Humdinger, Shawn successfully matured two technologies, in the fields of “green” packaging and water disinfection, from concepts into developed products in pre-production. He established a strong intellectual property base surrounding those technologies and in early 2006 sold substantial rights to a Fortune 500 company. He is presently involved with refining the manufacturing processes of those products in facilities that have been built overseas.

    He is also part of an on-going effort established four years ago at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop low-cost technologies by which entrepreneurs in Haiti can transform agricultural wastes into saleable cooking fuel.

    Shawn has six pending U.S. patents. He has his Bachelor of Science in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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