Wait, August already? Or should I say #AugustAlready (since this a Twitter-themed post here)? If there ever was a theme for a bunch of this week's tweets, it's woodworking. We're gearing up for the big International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta later this month, so we've started connecting with a lot of people in the industry, something we find very exciting. It's been fun making connections before the actual event — makes us look forward to meeting some of them in person come Aug. 22 to 25! If you don't already, get in on the action at @BWCnews. See you in Atlanta, woodworkers!
2. How do Architects Use Linear Slides and Rotary Guides? on BWCnews.blogspot.com: We wrote a while ago about how architects use our DualVee Motion Technology to move windows, doors and walls in high-end homes. It's always fascinating to see the various types of industries that use linear and rotary motion control products and how they use them.
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4. 3-D Printed 'Magic Arms' via YouTube: Amazing. Watch this video to find out how 3-D printing technology allowed this little girl to move her arms again.
5. Engineering Commons — STEM Education on Engineering.com: Here's an interesting look at how we lose science, technology, engineering and math students before they earn their college degree. It begs the question: How can we encourage students to stick with it from the time they're in elementary school through the end of their college career?