Author Archives: Chad Schneider

Chad Schneider

Pop-up fabrication from the Harvard Microrobotics Lab

01.27.2012 by Chad Schneider

Harvard’s Microrobotics Lab is publishing some amazing work regarding a MEMS fabrication technique for creating 3-dimensional millimeter-scale robots from 2-dimensional multi-layer components.

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Happy Birthday to Erik!

12.08.2011 by Chad Schneider

Thank you, Mrs. Askin, for including us in Erik’s birthday lunch. Happy Birthday, Erik!

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UMD’s ‘WaterShed’ wins the Solar Decathalon

10.06.2011 by Chad Schneider

Congratulations to the University of Maryland team of 200 engineers who took first place in the Department of Energy’s Solar Decathalon 2011.

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Grand Prix Excitement

08.25.2011 by Chad Schneider

We’re really excited for the Grand Prix to be coming to Baltimore next week. Frank has been test-driving his race-day transportation around the Cross Street Market.

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Baltimore Grand Prix – Catch the Fever

08.09.2011 by Chad Schneider

Key Tech is looking forward to the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix! Our office is just a few blocks South of the course, and since the track walls and bleachers have started going up, we get to drive part of the race track every day.

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Exhibiting at AACC

07.22.2011 by Chad Schneider

Key Tech will be at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) annual meeting again this year in Atlanta. Pick up one of our new build-a-brochures and send in a photo of your creation.

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Baltimore’s Historical Theaters (including ours!)

07.12.2011 by Chad Schneider

Come join IEEE and ASME at Key Tech on 7/13, 6-8pm as Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun photographer extraordinaire, talks about her latest project, “Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters”. Of course, she’ll be talking about our own office, located in the historic McHenry Theater.

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How it’s manufactured

05.25.2011 by Chad Schneider

Product by Process aggregates published generally high-quality videos of behind-the-scenes tours of how various products are manufactured.

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How much does your time cost?

04.13.2011 by Chad Schneider

There’s a fine line everyone must draw between what you’ll do yourself and what it’s worthwhile to pay someone else to do. It’s true in business just as it is at home. And, it’s not just about efficiency, it’s about quality.

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Groundhog shunned over bad prediction.

04.01.2011 by Chad Schneider

Punxsatawny Phil was recently found in his burrow in a heavy state of depression as his prediction of an early Spring has been met by low temperatures and forecasts of snow in many regions across the mid-atlantic. He’s been shunned by his so-called friends and hasn’t been seen “frolicking” for some time.