Recall: Some 2017-2019 Ducati Panigales Need Fuel Cap Update

Ducati North America is issuing a voluntary recall on affected 2017 through 2019 Ducati Panigale V4, Panigale V4 S, Speciale, and R models. A fuel spray safety risk on these bikes may potentially cause rider injury when your bike is fully stopped and you open the fuel filler cap. Notably, no actual injuries or cases of bikes on fire due to this issue have been reported. Some vintage bike owners might know this particular pain very well—but you wouldn’t generally expect it on such a modern bike. Here’s what to look out for, Panigale owners: If you open your fuel filler cap and hear an audible hiss, don’t immediately open it the rest of the way. Instead, the official safety recall report advises you to simply wait until the hissing noise stops before opening the fuel filler cap the rest of the way to alleviate the issue. According to the official NHTSA recall report, production dates on affected bikes range from September 12, 2017 to May 20, 2019. Affected VINs are between ZDMDAGNW2JB000029 and ZDMDAGNW7KB010380, but are also non-sequential within this range. Ducati estimates that up to 1,880 bikes sold in North America could be involved. Magneto coil Ducati plans to issue an upd...

When the news hit the internet, you could almost hear the collective: “awwwwwww, how sweet.” An

When the news hit the internet, you could almost hear the collective: “awwwwwww, how sweet.” An 80×80-mile swarm of ladybugs, so vast that it showed up on National Weather Service radar, was about to hit the coast of Southern California. Thing is, there are more than 450 kinds of ladybugs in North America, and some aren’t quite as cute as those in children’s stories. Take the Asian lady beetle, for example (speculation is that the SoCal swarm consisted of Asian beetles). Whereas Ladybugs are non-biting, aphid-eating beneficial insects, lady beetles are invasives that bite, are foul-smelling when smashed, and enter your hunting camp and homes by the hundreds every fall. And so it is with the following list of bad bugs. Unlike ticks and mosquitoes, the ones listed here aren’t likely to make you sick or kill you. They are, however, the ones that make our outdoor lives the most miserable. Depending on the species, stink bugs might be green, brown, or gray. Like Asian beetles, stink bugs reek when squished. The worst of the worst on the stink bug roster is the brown marmorated variety which was accidentally introduced in the U.S. in the late ’90s. According to the USDA, brown ma...

On my rounds of the show floor, I visited a large number of companies, some of

On my rounds of the show floor, I visited a large number of companies, some of which I include here in our feature. If you mention software in the machine vision sector, one company on everyone’s lips is MVTec, but is the pressure of staying ahead in a competitive sector, getting to them? Not so, said Dr Olaf Munkelt, Managing Director, who was in a buoyant mood about MVTec’s prospects and the sector in general. MVTec used VISION to present its entire range of cutting-edge technologies, including the latest iterations of HALCON 18.11 and MERLIC 4 software. It also showcased future-oriented topics such as deep learning, embedded vision, deflectometry, process integration, 3D vision and hyperspectral imaging. HALCON 18.11 was out to win support with what the company described as numerous improvements and new functions, some of which are based on deep learning, an artificial intelligence methodology. The software is now out and offers expanded embedded vision capabilities. The release also provides helpful new functions for developers. On the booth there was a live demo with an UR3e robot, demonstrating an industrial application scenario with HALCON 18.11. The robot arm reached in...

Council Post: What You Really Need To Know To Build Better Products

Forbes CommunityVoice™ allows professional fee-based membership groups (“communities”) to connect directly with the Forbes audience by enabling them to create content – and participate in the conversation – on the Forbes digital publishing platform. Each topic-based CommunityVoice™ is produced and managed by the group. CEO of Obo, a SaaS company dedicated to helping product teams create successful products aligned with market needs and business objectives. Major technological advancements used to occur every decade. Now, they happen nearly every year, as we’ve seen with rapid transitions in mobile from 3G to 5G, as well as emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and real-time analytics. At the same time, there’s a wave of massive spending on digital transformation as companies shift from legacy ways of doing business to digital approaches for almost everything. Everyone is now in the software business. Speed in product and service innovation is the new norm. The problem is that most companies are building faster, but not better. Product failure rates continue to be high across the board. Startups fail at a rate of over 70%. The consumer pr...

9 Best Ab Exercises for Strength Definition, and More

In this article we will discuss the best ab exercises for developing a stronger, more functional, and athletic set of abs for lifters, athletes, and everyday individuals. While most core training guides focus on basic ab exercises, we have developed a full breakdown of everything you need to know about core training, what muscle groups make up the core, and how you can effectively develop core strength and improve aesthetics and performance by integrating movements that develop the abdominals, obliques, and deeper muscles of the core. Below is a breakdown of the individual muscles that make up the core, along with the specific purpose of each. The rectus abdominis is often the core muscle most people refer to when they say “abs”, as it visibly runs vertically up the front of the torso and is responsible for spinal flexion (sit-ups and leg raises, etc). This muscle group is often the one most targeted when people train core, and can be very resilient to fatigue in more advanced lifters and athletes. The obliques run diagonally (in both directions) along the sides of the torso, and are responsible for rotational force output and resisting rotational stress on the spine. Movements ...

China IPX7 Waterproof USB Rechargeable Face Cleansing Brush Multi-use Silicone Facial Brush Face massager on Global Sources

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As the debate continues on superannuation policy and ideas like allowing low income earners to opt

As the debate continues on superannuation policy and ideas like allowing low income earners to opt out of compulsory payments, Open Drum asked readers how they envisioned their retirement. For Tara Rymer, the outlook is a tad bleak. When I was in my early 20s I would often think about retirement as I watched caravans pass on the highway; stickers such as “Adventure before Dementia” and “Grey Nomads” plastered on the rear windows. I imagined myself and my partner Steve doing the same, finally travelling once free from the demands of work and raising young children, cherishing a time when it would be just he and I once again. Travelling across country and cruises will likely be an unachieved dream. With the pittance that is the pension and my measly amount of superannuation, I expect the cost of living will drain the finances fairly quickly, let alone leave any funds for travel. The reality of retirement and aging is daunting. Will I be able to afford to eat? To feed the cat? To pay for all the medications my decrepit, falling apart body will rely on to function? To pay for my husband’s funeral? (He’s slightly amused by the fact I’ve resi...

Most Hackaday readers are no doubt familiar with the Faraday cage, at least in name, and

Most Hackaday readers are no doubt familiar with the Faraday cage, at least in name, and nearly everyone owns one: if you’ve ever stood watching a bag of popcorn slowly revolve inside of a microwave, you’be seen Michael Faraday’s 1836 invention in action. Yet despite being such a well known device, the average hacker still doesn’t have one in their arsenal. But why? It could be that there’s a certain mystique about Faraday cages, an assumption that their construction requires techniques or materials outside the realm of the home hacker. While it’s true that building a perfect Faraday cage for a given frequency involves math and careful attention to detail, putting together a simple model for general purpose use and experimentation turns out to be quick and easy. As an exercise in minimalist hacking I recently built a basic Faraday cage out of materials sourced from Home Depot, and thought it would be interesting to not only describe its construction but give some ideas as to how one can put it to practical use in the home lab. While it’s hardly a perfect specimen, it clearly works, and it didn’t take anything that can’t be sourced locally pretty much anywhere in the world. At t...

Sometimes there will appear a figure that flies in the face of reason, and challenges everything

Sometimes there will appear a figure that flies in the face of reason, and challenges everything you think you know about a subject. Just such a moment came from [Chris Taylor] at Milton Keynes Makerspace when he characterised a set of LED strips, and the figure in question was that he found an LED strip creates the same amount of heat as its equivalent incandescent bulb. We can hear your coffee hitting the monitor and your reaching for the keyboard to place a suitably pithy comment, because yes, that’s a pretty unbelievable statement. But it’s no less true, albeit that the key to it lies in its details. If you have a 100 W incandescent bulb, 88% of the energy is radiated as light and infra-red, leaving 12 W heating the bulb itself. To get the same light output from an LED meanwhile we’d only need 17 W, of which 11.9 W would be left to heat the LED. Which means that an LED strip can get as hot as an incandescent bulb with equivalent light output, and he’s run some tests to prove it. If you’ve worked with LEDs, you’ll know that they get hot. But to learn that they have the potential to get as hot as their incandescent equivalents is something of a eye-opener, and should demonstra...

Man found guilty of killing West Goshen neighbor | News

WEST CHESTER — The West Goshen man who shot his next-door neighbor in the head after years of disputes was found guilty of first-degree murder by a Chester County Common Pleas Court jury. The panel of eight women and four men hearing the case returned its verdict against Clayton Carter III around 10:40 p.m. Thursday after deliberating almost 10 hours at the Chester County Justice Center, according to court sources. The verdict came after attorneys for the two sides offered sharply different versions of the tragic events in the case during closing arguments on the question of who had provoked who the night of the fatal encounter. To defense attorney Joseph P. Green Jr. of West Chester, who represents Carter, the onus belonged on the shoulders of the victim, G. Brooks Jennings. For years, Green argued, Jennings had attempted to make life for Carter as uncomfortable as possible, hoping he would get exhausted at the constant bickering and leave the tight-knit neighborhood of Box Elder Drive. “Jennings knows how to provoke (Carter), and he has been practicing and practicing and practicing,” Green said in his closing, pointing to episodes like filming Carter in his backyard and shini...

Industrial Protective Footwear Market 2019 Demand Status, Size, Share, Business Plans, New Technologies, Types, Applications, and Forecast by Growth Rate till 2024

The Industrial Protective Footwear report market research report highlights the factors that influence market growth, Volume and product development along with technological upgradations that can boost the market. The report also analyzes the growth rate, future trends, sales channels, distributors with market actual development and Analysis for huge growth by 2024. An important evaluation of other factors such as demand and supply status, import and export, distribution channel, and production capacity play a vital role in offering business owners, stakeholders and field marketing personnel a competitive edge over others operating in the same space. Get Sample PDF of Industrial Protective Footwear Market Report @ https://www.industryresearch.co/enquiry/request-sample/14244037 Inquire Before Purchase Industrial Protective Footwear Market Report @ https://www.industryresearch.co/enquiry/pre-order-enquiry/14244037 Leather industrial safety shoes hold a significant market share and are expected to retain their dominance during the forecast period 2019 to 2024. Leather suppliers across the globe are witnessing huge demand from industry safety shoe manufacturers as leather is a non-c...

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. Suncloud manages to bring quality ingredients (a flexible and durable Grilamid frame, polarized polycarbonate lenses) to an inexpensive set of shades that performs well on the go. We dig the sporty rimless look and full coverage. And Megol pads at the nose and temples help the Contender stay put. These new glasses from Smith come with two pairs of interchangeable ChromaPop lenses—one for low light, one for full sun—and a magnetic frame that unlocks to make swapping easy. They’re light, and the middle-of-the-road coverage doesn’t make the Caravan look huge on your face. Forget classic frames. Spy goes futuristic with its Tron 2, which is oversize and has a massive field of view for near goggle-level protection. The shades offer 100 percent UV protection and are made from super durable yet flexible Grilamid. The polarized lenses in these sunnies change tint based on light conditions, getting darker in bright rays and lighter when you’re under tree cover, making them ideal for trail running in the woods....

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