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This is a sample of glass reinforced composite material set up for a high resolution #xray#computedtomography scan.
On the left side of the image is the X-ray source housing and filter wheel. On the right side you can see the detector assembly. In this case, the detector assembly contains a scintillator to convert X-ray photons to visible light, an objective lens to magnify the image, and a #ccd detector.
In some of the next posts we'll show you some awesome results from imaging these #fibers !
Training those abs every day!!
I make sure my core is the strongest component of my body.. why? Because it accommodates all other muscles!! Weak core? Weak deadlift! Weak core? Bad squats! You get the point... make sure you hit that core every day for 5-10 mins!
One more thing: 6-pack =/ strong core!
I've seen guys with a 6-pack that struggled on using the ab wheel or doing dragon flags, while I know people without a visible 6-pack that do them for 20 reps 🙄
Moral: TRAIN THAT CORE!!
I wish I could put into words the excitement & ecstasy I feel when I have the opportunity to travel.
Never would I have imagined I'd have the capabilities & job responsibilities that allowed me to travel so often. Even when I was my own boss starting my company without any revenue stream - my efforts earned me travel on other people's dime!
If you haven't yet left your state or your home country, I highly encourage & recommend you hop on a plane the first chance you get. With the world 🗺 so accessible it's unreal the amount of limitlessness you can experience simply by going somewhere new. Somewhere you DON'T speak the language. Somewhere you're NOT familiar with the culture.
Today, I'm heading to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for work. It's only a day trip but I'm stoked to head back to what felt like home to me for 4 years. Furthermore, I get to go review my designs! Having the opportunity to meet up with suppliers, assess the progress, tend to & help mitigate anything that keeps us from meeting MY deadline, & provide feedback all in person is a pretty dang cool part of engineering.
Not to mention the 30° weather will be a bit of a change. Ha!