More ideas from José Carlos
William Henry Montana Pocketknife 2.5" Blade. The Knife features a frame sculpted from solid billets of aircraft-grade aluminum, deeply knurled for a safe & steady grip — then hard anodized to military-grade specs. The drop-point blade swings open & locks into position with a positive 'click'. Storied D2 German steel is tempered to HRC 60-61 to permit holding an exacting, razor edge. Lastly, each Montana receives a custom inlay of carbon fiber, exotic cocobolo, or rare box elder burl wood.

William Henry Montana Pocketknife Blade The drop-point blade swings open and locks into position with a positive 'click' — an effortless, one-handed operation thanks to William Henry's renowned button-lock mechanism.is tempered to HRC

The Spearpoint ‘Dwiirok’ by William Henry  features a frame in hand carved Sterling Silver, inlaid with beautiful Snakewood.  The blade is black-coatedWave damascus with an extra strong core in ZDP-189; the one-hand button lock and the thumb stud are set with spinel.

The Spearpoint ‘Dwiirok’ features a frame in hand carved Sterling Silver, inlaid with beautiful Snakewood. The blade is black-coated'Wave' damascus with an extra strong core in the one-hand button lock and the thumb stud are set with spinel.

Solar panel

While crystalline solar cells are the mainstream technology and used in majority of solar panels, some companies choose to develop flexible solar panels.

Striking another blow to the oil and gas industries, an American solar company has developed technology that can produce super-efficient solar power that’s cheaper than fossil fuels. Rayton Solar’s new solar panel manufacturing technology uses 50 to 100 times less silicon than other technologies, cutting out large amounts of the most costly component of solar panels [Future Energy: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-energy/ Solar Panels…

An American solar company has developed technology that can produce super-efficient solar power that’s cheaper than fossil fuels. Rayton Solar’s new solar panel manufacturing technology uses 50 to 100 times less silicon than other technologies.