Article archives from the News at Synthesis. These are opinions about things we do, or interesting things from our customers, or around the world. Select “INSIGHTS” above for the full list of “The Engineer’s Perspective” articles.
Very honored to participate with a group of eighth grade science students practicing the engineering and design process with their “Dream Invention” projects. Training, if you will, the next generation of engineers. What a great way to learn by doing. The science teachers at Holmes Middle School in Colorado Springs are putting creativity and forward […]
Get yourself ready for one of the best Mountain Bike Race events ever. Yes, ever! Is that too bold? These courses are the best yet.
In Louisville, KY at the Cyclocross World Championships, 2013, many of these top athletes were riding products that were designed and engineered right here at Synthesis! Did you know, the “World’s Fastest Shifting Chainrings” — produced and sold by WickWerks — are designed, and tested right here in Colorado Springs? Fun facts: Katie Compton, one […]
News Report Spotlight on a Synthesis Customer and Prototype This is a very cool, non-lethal approach to protection from a vicious animal — in particular, aggressive dogs. The product design helps protect people providing services when surprised by an over protective animal. The Stun Shield is for those reading meters, delivering packages, marking underground utilities, […]
Announcing new revisions and updates on two of our most popular articles — including revisions in each chapter. Thousands of people read these technical article features each year, which makes us happy. Yet, things keep changing, so we need to keep the articles up to date. Now these articles have updates with even more pictures […]
Expanding their market to include ever more product range, 3 Gun Stuff is adding more scope levers for the shooting sportsman. — Levers of Synthesis design. This is a nifty little product for those who use scopes with adjustable optics. It extends the adjustment dial with a lever so there is less force to move […]