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Gulf Hotel Installs Gold Vending Machine

Posted By Guest on May 14, 2010

The five-star Emirates Palace Hotel installed a gold bullion ATM in its lobby as the first permanent gold vending machine in the world, according to Ex Oriente Lux, the German firm that developed it. The Gold To Go machine sells 24-carat gold bars weighing 1, 5, and 10 grams as well as gold coins from Canada, Australia, and South Africa. Each comes in a gift box.Read More

Tunnel Boring Machine

Posted By Guest on April 09, 2010

Cutterhead for Boring Tunnel in NYC 2nd Avenue Subway
Tunnel Boring Machine

The New York City Transit system uses a massive Tunnel Boring Machine, or TBM, which literally bores tunnel-sized holes through the subterranean catacombs of the city.Read More

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Jet-Powered ATV

Posted By Guest on March 08, 2010

Popular Science photographer John Carnett builds a four-wheeler with a screaming Garrett turbine jet engine
Jet-Powered ATV

Built around a Polaris RZR all-terrain vehicle, John Carnett's homemade machine tops out at just over 60 mph powered by its 87-pound Garrett GTP 30-67 tubine jet engine. The project took Carnett 10 months to build at a cost of more than $15,000.Read More

CSX Jet Snow Blower

Posted By Guest on February 17, 2010

CSX Jet Snow Blower

Jet engine mounted on rails to clear snow from the track switches on CSX's Boston Line in Palmer, Massachusetts.Read More

The World's Fastest Elevator

Posted By Guest on January 30, 2010

Hitachi's G1TOWER is the World’s Tallest Elevator Research Tower Scheduled for Completion in April
Hitachi' World's Fastest Elevator

Hitachi will conduct verification tests on its world's fastest elevator, with a rated speed of 58 feet per second, as well as product development targeting the world's largest high-speed, high-capacity elevator, which will be capable of carrying a five-ton load with a rated speed of 32 feet/sec.Read More

Backyard Roller Coasters

Posted By Guest on January 26, 2010

Backyard Roller Coasters

When you live hundres of miles away from the nearest amusement park, you're left with two options: play RollerCoaster Tycoon or build your own backyard roller coaster. These fans picked the latter.Read More

Miniature Machines

Posted By Jake Easton on January 20, 2010

An amazing collection of John Bentley's metal miniature engines and machines (handmade lathe shown below)
Miniature LatheRead More

V8 Grill

Posted By Guest on January 19, 2010

Extreme BBQ Grill: This V8 engine barbecue grill is the envy of every neighborhood
V8 Grill

If you think that barbecuing on a stainless steel grill makes you cool, then you just haven’t cooked on a Hot Rod Grill yet. Dressed up as a high performance V8 motor on an engine stand, this grill stands head and shoulders above anything else on the market.Read More

Z Machine Fusion Plant

Posted By Guest on January 17, 2010

Z Machine fusion could solve the world's energy shortage
Z Machine Fusion Plant

Once sparked with a relatively small electrical input, the Z Machine can produce a staggering 290 terawatts of power. That's equivalent to 80 times the world's total power output. Today, that power can only be released in a pulse lasting 70 billionths of a second - but it's a start.Read More

World's First Motorcycle For Sale

Posted By Guest on January 17, 2010

The Hildebrand & Wolfmüller was the world's first two-wheeled motor vehicle to be dubbed a "motorcycle"
World's First Motorcycle For Sale

An unrestored example of the very first vehicle to which the name ‘motorcycle’ (motorrad in German) was ever applied is to come up for auction in April. The 1895 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller motorcycle sounds like a modern motorcycle in its specification – twin-cylinder, four-valve, water-cooled, 1488cc engine – but it is indeed as unconventional as it is rare.Read More