The above combination of clay minerals resulted in a quite plastic clay body which was capable of bonding large quantities of non-plastic felspar and silica and still remain throwable
The boat-camper must contend with packing not only the gear that can make or break a camping trip, but the necessary boating equipment as well: first-aid kit, flare kit, fire extinguisher and air horn, drinking water or water-purification equipment, basic and emergency rations, rip-stop tape, signal horns, personal and throwable
flotation devices, wrenches, screwdrivers, needle and thread, string, shock cord and lashing.
Operators use these throwable
micro-robot systems to determine the layout of enclosed spaces, identify potential IEDs and fix the location of civilians or enemy personnel.
, waterproof system, with semi-autonomous operational capability, can be managed through smartphone, tablet or computer.
The standard square Type IV cushion that the Coast Guard accepts as a throwable
device can be thrown just about nowhere, if wind is a factor.
explosives, whether ordinary fragmentation grenades, fiery molotov cocktails, or space-age cryogenic grenades are some of the best tools you'll have available.
The upgrades not only include primary weapons like knives and hammers but you also have an option to purchase guns and throwable
items such as grenades, flash-bangs and bear-claws.
4 million contract for its First Look system, a two-pound, throwable
robot equipped with four cameras and a radio.
Second by weight comes the Beetle, another throwable
with dimensions of 75 x 175 x 206 mm.
Type IV Throwable
Device: Cushions or ring buoys, designed to be thrown to someone in the water.
Previously, vessels shorter than 16 feet were required to carry either a throwable
or wearable device for each person.
The robotics firm is known for its tactical micro-robot systems such as the Throwbot[R] XT, a throwable
micro-robot weighing 1.