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  • energypowermrfr
    09.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    Brushless DC Motors Market Top Players, Trends, Type & Forecast 2022-2030

    Market Research Future published a half-cooked research on Global Brushless Dc Motors Industry report. The Brushless Dc Motors Market is expected to expand at ~ 9.50% CAGR during the period 2021 to 2028. Brushless DC motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source. The working of brushless DC motors is based on the simple force interaction between the permanent magnet and the electromagnet. Unlike a brushed DC motor, the commutation of the BLDC motor is controlled electronically. The major advantages of the BLDC motor are reliability and efficiency, longer life, reduced friction, elimination of sparks from commutator, and faster rate of voltage and current.

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    On the basis of speed, the market is segmented as inner and outer rotor. Inner rotor subsegment is estimated to dominate the market during the forecast period as these motors are widely used in the applications where faster acceleration and deceleration of speed and position, high starting torque, and reversible action is required. Moreover, it also enables smooth operation at high speed. 

    Market Research Analysis

    Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for brushless DC motors.

    Region wise, in 2017, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global brushless DC motors market. It is estimated that Asia-Pacific would be the largest market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for consumer electronics and automotive products in China, India, and Japan.

    Scope of the Report

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global Brushless Dc Motors Market, tracking three market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key market players, providing a five-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, and share for North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the brushless DC motors market by its type, speed, end-use, and region.

    Key Players

    The key players of global brushless DC motors market are Allied Motion Inc. (the US), Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Hong Kong), WEG (Brazil), Nidec Corporation (Japan), Arc Systems (the US), Anaheim Automation, Inc. (the US), Bühler Motor GmbH (Germany), Electrocraft Inc. (the US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Ametek, Inc. (the US), Rockwell Automation, Inc. (the US), Siemens (Germany), and GE (the US).

    Browse Complete Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/brushless-dc-motors-market-7525

    About Market Research Future:

    At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Edibles.

    MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

    In order to stay updated with technology and work process of the industry, MRFR often plans & conducts meet with the industry experts and industrial visits for its research analyst members.

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    99 Hudson Street,5Th Floor

    New York, New York 10013

    United States of America

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  • energypowermrfr
    28.04.2022 - 3 weeks ago

    Brushless DC Motors Market 2022 Worldwide Industry Trends, Share, Gross Margin & Forecast To 2030

    Market Research Future published a half-cooked research on Global Brushless Dc Motors Industry report. The Brushless Dc Motors Market is expected to expand at ~ 9.50% CAGR during the period 2021 to 2028. Brushless DC motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source. The working of brushless DC motors is based on the simple force interaction between the permanent magnet and the electromagnet. Unlike a brushed DC motor, the commutation of the BLDC motor is controlled electronically. The major advantages of the BLDC motor are reliability and efficiency, longer life, reduced friction, elimination of sparks from commutator, and faster rate of voltage and current.

    Get Free Sample PDF @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7525

    On the basis of speed, the market is segmented as inner and outer rotor. Inner rotor subsegment is estimated to dominate the market during the forecast period as these motors are widely used in the applications where faster acceleration and deceleration of speed and position, high starting torque, and reversible action is required. Moreover, it also enables smooth operation at high speed. 

    Market Research Analysis

    Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for brushless DC motors.

    Region wise, in 2017, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global brushless DC motors market. It is estimated that Asia-Pacific would be the largest market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for consumer electronics and automotive products in China, India, and Japan.

    Scope of the Report

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global Brushless Dc Motors Market, tracking three market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key market players, providing a five-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, and share for North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the brushless DC motors market by its type, speed, end-use, and region.

    Key Players

    The key players of global brushless DC motors market are Allied Motion Inc. (the US), Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Hong Kong), WEG (Brazil), Nidec Corporation (Japan), Arc Systems (the US), Anaheim Automation, Inc. (the US), Bühler Motor GmbH (Germany), Electrocraft Inc. (the US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Ametek, Inc. (the US), Rockwell Automation, Inc. (the US), Siemens (Germany), and GE (the US).

    Browse Complete Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/brushless-dc-motors-market-7525

    About Market Research Future:

    At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Edibles.

    MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

    In order to stay updated with technology and work process of the industry, MRFR often plans & conducts meet with the industry experts and industrial visits for its research analyst members.

    Contact:

    Market Research Future®

    99 Hudson Street,5Th Floor

    New York, New York 10013

    United States of America

    Phone:

    +1 628 258 0071(US)

    +44 2035 002 764(UK)

    Email: [email protected]`

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  • energypowermrfr
    18.04.2022 - 1 mont ago

    Brushless DC Motors Market 2022 Industry Size, Share, Trends & Forecast To 2030

    Market Research Future published a half-cooked research on Global Brushless Dc Motors Industry report. The Brushless Dc Motors Market is expected to expand at ~ 9.50% CAGR during the period 2021 to 2028. Brushless DC motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source. The working of brushless DC motors is based on the simple force interaction between the permanent magnet and the electromagnet. Unlike a brushed DC motor, the commutation of the BLDC motor is controlled electronically. The major advantages of the BLDC motor are reliability and efficiency, longer life, reduced friction, elimination of sparks from commutator, and faster rate of voltage and current.

    Get Free Sample PDF @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7525

    On the basis of speed, the market is segmented as inner and outer rotor. Inner rotor subsegment is estimated to dominate the market during the forecast period as these motors are widely used in the applications where faster acceleration and deceleration of speed and position, high starting torque, and reversible action is required. Moreover, it also enables smooth operation at high speed. 

    Market Research Analysis

    Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for brushless DC motors.

    Region wise, in 2017, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global brushless DC motors market. It is estimated that Asia-Pacific would be the largest market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for consumer electronics and automotive products in China, India, and Japan.

    Scope of the Report

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global Brushless Dc Motors Market, tracking three market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key market players, providing a five-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, and share for North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the brushless DC motors market by its type, speed, end-use, and region.

    Key Players

    The key players of global brushless DC motors market are Allied Motion Inc. (the US), Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Hong Kong), WEG (Brazil), Nidec Corporation (Japan), Arc Systems (the US), Anaheim Automation, Inc. (the US), Bühler Motor GmbH (Germany), Electrocraft Inc. (the US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Ametek, Inc. (the US), Rockwell Automation, Inc. (the US), Siemens (Germany), and GE (the US).

    Browse Complete Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/brushless-dc-motors-market-7525

    About Market Research Future:

    At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Edibles.

    MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

    In order to stay updated with technology and work process of the industry, MRFR often plans & conducts meet with the industry experts and industrial visits for its research analyst members.

    Contact:

    Market Research Future®

    99 Hudson Street,5Th Floor

    New York, New York 10013

    United States of America

    Phone:

    +1 628 258 0071(US)

    +44 2035 002 764(UK)

    Email: [email protected]`

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  • stevebattle
    14.04.2022 - 1 mont ago

    ODEX III (AKA 'SHERPA' – "Système HExapode Robotise Pour Applications nucléaires") by Odetics inc. (1993), Anaheim, California. Developed in conjunction with the French Energy Commission, ODEX III is an altogether more rugged looking droid than its predecessors. It underwent extensive trials at two nuclear power plants; inside the newly constructed reactor building at Chooz-B (Chooz, France), and at the decommissioned Trino Vercellesse / Enrico Fermi nuclear power plant (North-West Italy). These tests include walking on flat ground and through shallow pools of water, avoiding and stepping over pipes and cables, squeezing through narrow spaces, and most challengingly, using ramps and stairs. It functioned perfectly during 60 hours of trials, without any electronic or mechanical failure, demonstrating the advantages of walking machines over classical wheeled or crawler robots.

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  • veworspec
    23.02.2022 - 2 monts ago

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  • fostersffff
    23.02.2022 - 2 monts ago

    The Big Gundam Watch, Part 5: Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn

    After a short break, I’ve returned to my Big Gundam Watch project with Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, a 7 episode OVA series that released its first episode 22 years- to the day!- after Char’s Counterattack.

    I mentioned at the end of my post on Char’s Counterattack that I decided to skip past all the Universal Century side stories like War in the Pocket and The 08th MS Team, as well as alternate settings like Wing and 00 for the time being so I could get caught up to Hathaway, which as of this post is the newest entry in the franchise. That’s not to say that I was just watching Unicorn to get it out of the way; in fact, before I decided to go all-in on Gundam, I considered testing the waters by watching Unicorn first, because of how well regarded it is and its relatively short length.

    In hindsight, that would have been a tremendous mistake, because a lot of what makes Unicorn so good is how intimately it builds on the stories that came before it- specifically Mobile Suit Gundam, Zeta Gundam, Gundam ZZ, and Char’s Counterattack- to provide what I would consider to be the perfect ending to the story of the Universal Century. And... although I just gave away my opinion of the series, we can still go through and break down what makes it so damn good.

    THE STUFF I LIKED:

    I adore that the central philosophical conflict of Unicorn is whether it’s better to languish in a stable but unfair status quo, or push for optimistic but uncertain change that will 100% threaten that stability, and that both the Federation and Zeon are technically on the same side of the conflict. I imagine there are some people who rolled their eyes at all the talk of “a god called possibility”, and it is a very melodramatic way of saying it, but as a result it’s also the most hopeful and uplifting conclusion that any of these stories have had yet.

    I assumed, after Char’s Counterattack gave it nothing more than a brief nod, that Gundam ZZ was going to be treated like the red-headed stepchild of the Universal Century’s continuity. To my delight, Unicorn paid plenty of respect to my favorite original UC show, both by prominently featuring the Nahel Argama, and much more importantly, in the form of Marida Cruz, who’s easily one of the best characters in the series and one of my favorite kinds of characters: the ultra capable, singularly-focused, and devastatingly sympathetic woman who gets voiced by Tara Platt in the dub, while also being intricately connected to one of my other favorite characters in all of Gundam, Elpeo Ple.

    Spoilers don’t bother me as much as they do some people, and going into Unicorn I already knew a couple of them, like how Full Frontal was a clone of Char, because of an ancient tumblr post talking about how ridiculous his name is, and halfway through Zeta I was 100% confident that the girl on the cover was going to turn out to be Mineva Zabi, if it was even going to be a secret at all. What I did not know, and was actually really bummed about getting spoiled on, was Marida being one of Ple’s clones, which I learned from- of all the fucking sources- a cryptocurrency meme.

    At least it’s accurate.

    Banagher Links is a Certified Good Boy™, second only to The Boy™ Amuro Ray himself. The arc of a dispassionate teenager who’s just kinda drifting through life being suddenly stricken with purpose, and overcoming adversity to adhere to that purpose and the beliefs he comes to develop is really fucking good and executed immaculately, culminating in him literally defeating nihilism to try to usher in a better tomorrow for the whole Universal Century.

    I also love that Banagher is the first protagonist (I’ve seen) to rightfully talk shit about my mortal nemesis, Anaheim Electronics. You’re right dude, they did invent the mobile suit maintenance equivalent of USB to better facilitate their war profiteering!

    Seeing Mineva Zabi come into her own as a character in Unicorn after existing mainly as a tragic background element and bargaining chip in Zeta and ZZ was an immensely satisfying payoff, and that’s only with me starting Gundam last year; I can’t imagine how fucking cool it must have been for longtime fans to see. The fact that she’s a great character in her own right- shifting from wanting to prevent war at all costs, at least partially due to the generational guilt of being a Zabi, to choosing to believe in and pursue a better future no matter the consequences- is icing on the cake.

    MY MAN BRIGHT NOA reaping the benefits of his character development in ZZ so that every single time he’s on screen, he’s being the Hugest Man there’s ever been. I was also thrilled to see that his character design in Unicorn flawlessly bridges the gap between the TV shows and Char’s Counterattack, where he has very faint sclera and very dark brown eyes, so they’re not as cartoony as they were back in the day, but also not... wrong like they were in CCA.

    Speaking of character designs: one of the things I noticed- and liked- about Unicorn was how the characters in this series look like they fit alongside characters from the original TV shows, rather than fitting in with design trends of the era it was made. Specifically, it was when I noticed how voluminous Micott’s hair is, and how you don’t really see that too often except when the designer is older, like Akira Toriyama designing Android 21 for Dragon Ball FighterZ. As it turns out, I was dead-on, because the character designer for Unicorn was Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, the original character designer for Mobile Suit Gundam! It’s a very refreshing return to form after Char’s Counterattack felt like it “standardized” all the characters, and as a result, it feels more special.

    Full Frontal wound up being a very pleasant surprise. I had low expectations of the character based on the concept of “Char, again”, but they actually do the most interesting thing with that concept, where he’s less who Char actually was and more who Char presented himself as and what people believed he was. As a result, he’s a very different antagonist than the man in CCA, and a damn good one to boot.

    Rapid fire character and group compliments because this segment is already too damn long!

    The Nahel Argama crew are really well portrayed, where on the surface they appear to be as incompetent and heartless as any regular Federation military personnel we’ve seen before, but the more time spent with them the more they reveal that they are, in fact, actual multidimensional characters.

    Same goes for Zinnerman and the Garencieres crew, where they’re the most fleshed out any Zeons have been since the original series. Also critical that they exist as survivors of the Federation military’s own war crimes, which have always been implied, but not explicitly detailed (unless you count the Titans, which I don’t since they were considered a separate faction).

    I was surprised it took until Unicorn for a Charfucker to arrive in the Universal Century, in the form of Angelo. Despite not loving the character archetype of “subordinate who’s overly protective of and in love with their superior”, he gets a pass on account of the fact that he’s the first (Lalah and Quess don’t quite hit this same kind of archetype, but there are similarities).

    Considering how often I complained about the way they were handled in the last three stories, I was glad to see Anaheim Electronics assume an explicitly antagonistic role, with Martha Vist Carbine being The Biggest Bitch In The Earth Sphere.

    All the mobile suits and armors are great, top to bottom, and they do the thing I like where they don’t mix and match design elements so each side is distinctly Federation or Zeon, but I specifically want to talk about the Unicorn Gundam. This was the first time that my opinion on the titular mobile suit actually changed over time, going from “man this thing looks kinda lame” to “oh fuck I actually really love it”. It was specifically the shutdown sequence in Episode 2 where you see a clear, straight-on demonstration of each part as it goes from Destroy Mode back to Unicorn Mode that I started to appreciate it, especially in Unicorn Mode. I’m not crazy about the way modern mobile suit color schemes seem to have become more muted, sticking to one solid color instead of an assortment of accented pieces, but it makes thematic sense for the Unicorn.

    Also, as someone who really loves the way shields are standard issue equipment in the Universal Century and the concept of bits/funnels/omnidirectional remote weapon systems, the Full Armor Unicorn having what are essentially shield bits is The Fucking Coolest.

    One of the neat things about being an OVA series released over four years is that each episode has its own theme song, but the winner by a county mile is Episode 2′s Everlasting.

    Starting with Unicorn, all of the English dubs for Universal Century stories have been done by the same studio- NYAV Post- and as such, I decided to switch over to English. It’s a solid dub through and through, but I want to give special kudos to Keith Silverstein as Full Frontal and Char and Ellyn Stern as Martha Vist Carbine. The two of them are perfectly cast as these characters, with Silverstein just feeling right in the way Steve Blum just was right for Spike Spiegel, and Ellyn Stern has the ultimate “old white businesswoman” voice, where she’s emphasizing the wrong words or wrong parts of words and constantly sounds like she needs more air, but despite that is still crushingly haughty and condescending.

    Something I noticed about Gundam Unicorn is that, in addition to all the Universal Century stories that came before it, it also has the spirit of my (still) favorite Gundam story, Mobile Fighter G Gundam. Everything from the surface level comparisons like the main Gundam having a super mode activated by out-of-control emotions that is later harnessed into a much more effective one by reigning in and controlling those emotions, the final enemy mech being an absolutely titantic one with a smaller, regular mech as a head that can “infect” and manipulate others, and the protagonist being able to summon the Gundam by calling for it, to more thematic ones like the emphasis on the relationship between the main male and female character being critical to the narrative (Domon and Rain, Banagher and Mineva), the nihilism of the antagonist as a direct result of humanity’s actions (Master Asia realizing how fucked the Earth had become due to the Gundam Fight, Full Frontal coping with the fact that nothing changed after the Axis Shock), and the fact that the final enemy mech is literally defeated by the power of Human Emotion made manifest (love in G Gundam, hope in Unicorn). And of course, both series feature a unicorn!

    THE STUFF I LIKED LESS:

    Truth be told, it’s slim pickings for this section. Originally, I had a whole big, scathing segment written about how fucked it is in Episode 5 that Zinnerman calls his daughter’s name instead of Marida’s after she falls out of the Banshee’s cockpit, and that I thought it was bad writing- up to that point, Zinnerman had shown nothing but genuine concern for Marida herself, so it felt out-of-character and hackish for him to suddenly think of her as a replacement like that. But then no, it turns out that was actually setting up the next episode where Zinnerman is agonizing over whether to side with Full Frontal or Mineva, because he’s not completely able to let go of his anger towards the Federation, even after everything that happened at Torrington. It’s still a weaker story beat, one that might have been stronger if there were more scenes featuring Marida and Zinnerman interacting up to that point, and I still felt it spoiled the high-flying mood that the rest of the climax of Episode 5 had built up, but this is all much more mild criticism than I had planned.

    Another mild, almost joke criticism: the scene where Micott says the insane line about knowing when other women are lying and Takuya remarking that even in 0096, women be shopping... that was kinda bizarrely funny when it clearly was not supposed to be. I get it- after the tense scene where Micott grills Mineva about how she didn’t actually do what she said she was going to do on Earth, the way Mineva handled Full Frontal gave Micott some measure of faith in her, but it’s still expressed in such a bizarre way.

    Also, Mineva cut the ship’s intercom before telling Full Frontal the final coordinates, so Micott shouldn’t have even been able to hear her lie. I honestly probably would have never even noticed this continuity error if not for how ridiculous it is.

    I enjoy most of the fanservice in this series, but there was one real groaner. When the Nahel Argama is being occupied, the Zeons remark about how weird it is that the Federation stores their mobile suits upright, and one of them goes “only people who’s souls are weighed down by gravity would do that!” Again, I get the sentiment- if gravity isn’t a consideration, it makes way more sense to lay them down while on standby, but don’t use that wording just to get the line in there. It’s like someone talking about the evils of capitalism because the price of their coffee went up by a dollar: they’re not necessarily wrong, but it’s an overblown response for the particular situation.

    I do have two actual problem characters, at least in the way that the narrative ultimately winds up framing them: Alberto Vist and Riddhe Marcenes. It’s the same issue for both, in that they fall on the side of being good, but they never actually make up for being Tremendous Fucking Dirtbags.

    It’s clear that Alberto has feelings for Marida, in no small part due to the fact that she saved him from being sucked out into space during Episode 3. He’s uncomfortable and conflicted about what Martha does to recondition her back into Ple-Twelve, and I got the sense that once Martha entrusted her to his care, he was going to subvert his aunt somehow, possibly by trying to get some kind of backdoor into her conditioning that would allow her to easily break free. Instead, the next time we see him, he’s working as her handler without a second thought, regularly patching in to reinforce his control over her and her Ple-Twelve identity. Worse yet, he tries to fucking hit on her, which is played off as comical because she’s been conditioned to only follow orders, but it just completely saps any goodwill Alberto may have had, especially when you consider her backstory. Worst of all, he does eventually subvert his aunt… in order to get Riddhe in the Banshee out to Industrial 7, with special instructions to recapture Marida so she can be reconditioned again, presumably this time into a waifu for him. At least he had the fucking decency to call her “Marida” in the end and not “Ple-Twelve”.

    Also: I have literally never had this issue with a Gundam character before, but I could not remember Alberto’s name. I would get Alonso, Adolfo, Rudolfo, Arturo, but I regularly needed to consult something to remember “Alberto”. Even writing this I was thinking “am I sure it’s Alberto?”

    Riddhe is actually one of my favorite kinds of antagonistic characters: the person who thinks he’s the protagonist of a story, and is then beaten down over and over with the fact that he isn’t until he snaps. It starts with him attempting to mad dog Mineva for being the Zabi heir, but she effortlessly and embarrassingly shuts him down. There’s also the incredibly cringe moment where he tells Bright not to treat him differently than the rest of the crew, only for My Man to sweep his leg by asking him why he’s assuming that he would get special treatment in the first place. After Mineva rejects his ultimate plan to just lock themselves in a room and spend the rest of their lives coddling each other while the world outside goes to hell, he goes full antagonist, dropping his Anime Protagonist Good Luck Charm and submitting to the Banshee’s NT-D so he has a shot at killing Banagher for cucking him on multiple levels. He does finally come to his senses and actually starts helping at the end... but the problem is, coming to his senses required him murdering Marida, and it sits wrong with me that no one seems to hold that against him.

    You may notice both of these have to do with the treatment of Marida, and you would be right! While Marida ultimately gets a much more meaningful and appropriate send off than Ple or especially Ple-Two, I’m still upset that she died in service of character development for these two characters, who as a result are treated like good guys when they really aren’t, they just opted to do the right thing in the end. Plus, and maybe I’m looking at this aspect of it too deeply, but the fact that she seems so much more at peace after death is like… odd, almost like she felt it was her purpose to die. And maybe that is the intent of the narrative, because she is, objectively, a relic of the First Neo Zeon War, much in the same way Full Frontal is a relic, and in death she’s able to exist freely, warn everyone about the Colony Laser, and help guide both Mineva and Banagher on a more personal level. Again, I don’t really have issues with Marida’s role in the story at the end, it’s more just being a little salty about how my favorite characters keep fucking dying.

    OTHER OBSERVATIONS:

    We’ll begin this section with the BRAVO, SUNRISE KINO AWARDS for excellence in making me clap like a seal:

    In the first episode, I took a screencap of Mineva eating a hot dog, because it was that classic bit of “girl with a high-class upbringing has never eaten junk food and is delighted by it”, but then I noticed there’s multiple scenes of Mineva eating, or about to eat. Like, maybe I’m the weirdo for noticing, but I thought it’s definitely also weird that they have a lavishly animated sequence where she makes herself a roast beef sandwich (see above). And then, in the process of writing that, I realized that the reason she makes it into a sandwich is because she’s thinking about Banagher, which makes her remember the hot dogs they ate on Industrial 7. She even holds it with the meat up like a hot dog! BRAVO, SUNRISE.

    The first half of Episode 2 is almost beat-for-beat recreation of Episode 2 of the original Mobile Suit Gundam. It starts with one of the crew of the Nahel Argama saying that something is approaching them three times faster than any mobile suit could, it’s revealed to be a red mobile suit, comments about how absurdly powerful the Gundam’s armaments are compared to the standard issue, the Char smugly noting that the power doesn’t matter if they can’t hit him, and of course, THE BIG BOOT. But the really impressive part here isn’t that they did it, it’s that they did it and it didn’t feel hackish or uninspired, so BRAVO, SUNRISE.

    I was writing a note about the scene in Episode 5 where the Unicorn Gundam first turns green, and the words I wrote were “when Banagher links the two ships” before I realized what I had just written and felt like I was about to explode. That led to a cascading realization that Banagher was both literally linking the Garencieres to the Nahel Argama and figuratively linking Zeon and the Federation, or more generally, spacenoids and earthnoids. He’s even being guided on one hand by the ghost of Daguza, and on the other by the ghost of Gilboa. Fucking BRAVO, SUNRISE.

    The restraint involved in not having Bright Noa slap Banagher Links at any point in their interactions in this love letter to the Universal Century must have been massive, so with all sincerity I say BRAVO, SUNRISE.

    You know how a lot of the time in Japanese media, there will be things with names that seem interesting until you find out they’re named incredibly literally, like how Stands in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure are called that because they stand behind the user? Apparently, the Sleeves are named that because their mobile suits all have fancy patterns... on their sleeves. Although, maybe “Cuffs” would have been a more appropriate name by that logic.

    Thumbing through character pages on the wiki tells me that for as good as this OVA series was and for how heavy it can get, they cut a lot of stuff for content from the original light novel- like, Marida having her womb surgically removed is actually better than what happens in the novels, and most of Loni Garvey’s story was cut out, if her father’s page is anything go by, which appears to be “hey what if the ethnic conflict from Gundam ZZ was even more of an ethnic conflict”. Makes me hope that we’ll get an official English release of it someday.

    Speaking of the novel, I’d again like to pay compliments to Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, because all of the character designs for the series originated from his art for that, and I really love his work with watercolors. I also appreciate that, mostly due to stylistic differences, Banagher and Mineva look less babyfaced, and Mineva actually bears a familial resemblance to her aunt Kycilia thanks to her much narrower eyes.

    You know how sometimes there are just scenes that kick around in your head despite being relatively unimportant? This scene from Episode 4, where the Shamblo’s scatter beams just obliterate an apartment complex and this lady and her baby enter freefall is one for me. Like, it doesn’t even look like she’s being propelled by the explosion, she was just already moving in that direction and the building was deleted from beneath her feet.

    Another minor but similarly memorable scene to me is Marida and the Garencieres crew attempting to take Mineva back in Episode 1. Both because Marida’s outfit is impeccable and also because this is when I first noticed that a lot of the show is painted-over 3D models. Just look at the way Marida animates as she hops over the railing and how smooth it is, compared to the guys, like, buffering as they hop over (and that’s not because the gif rendered poorly)

    The other reason this sequence is memorable is because Banagher programming Haro to pretend to be a bomb is the absolute funniest tech in this franchise, even more than the inflatable dummies.

    My exact note on Banagher throwing up inside his helmet when the Kshatriya punches the Unicorn’s cockpit was “yuck, but yeah that checks out”.

    I’m going to make it my mission to find every instance of a looping spin in Gundam from here on out, because after Quess and the Sazabi in CCA and the Unicorn and Kshatriya’s lock-up in this I feel like there must be more.

    It took until this series but there was finally an example of the Newtype ability to understand one another preventing conflict, when Banagher stopped himself from destroying the Kshatriya’s cockpit and killing Marida once he saw her life before his eyes, and then they both just reflect on the tragedy of the situation without either of them needing to die.

    Last but not least was the scene when Bright was talking to the picture of Amuro about his plans for helping Banagher. I didn’t expect it to feel so emotionally intense, but it made sense that it was once I started to think about how we never really got to see Amuro and Bright interact casually as adults. I’m sure there’s something somewhere, maybe in untranslated supplemental stories, but it was really touching to see that Bright still thinks so fondly of Amuro.

    IN CONCLUSION:

    Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn serves as the perfect denouement to the Universal Century. It almost makes me want to not watch on to the next things I have planned because it’s just such a beautiful bow on this story, which is funny considering the entire reason I skipped ahead to it was to get to Hathaway sooner than later. Naturally, it gets the most enthusiastic recommendation of any of the Gundams I’ve covered to date, with a glowing red asterisk that there’s roughly 60 hours worth of anime you should really watch beforehand to get the most out of it. Believe me when I say it’s 100% worth it: to this point, the experience of getting into Gundam has been incredibly rewarding.

    Next up: Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis - Red Trace! I’ve avoided compilations up to this point, but considering the nature of the source material, the compilation seems like the best possible shot this story will have...

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  • rahulpande15
    25.01.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Brushless DC Motors Market 2022 Industry Size, Share, Trends & Forecast To 2030

    Market Research Future published a half-cooked research on Global Brushless Dc Motors Industry report. The Brushless Dc Motors Market is expected to expand at ~ 9.50% CAGR during the period 2021 to 2028. Brushless DC motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source. The working of brushless DC motors is based on the simple force interaction between the permanent magnet and the electromagnet. Unlike a brushed DC motor, the commutation of the BLDC motor is controlled electronically. The major advantages of the BLDC motor are reliability and efficiency, longer life, reduced friction, elimination of sparks from commutator, and faster rate of voltage and current.

    On the basis of speed, the market is segmented as inner and outer rotor. Inner rotor subsegment is estimated to dominate the market during the forecast period as these motors are widely used in the applications where faster acceleration and deceleration of speed and position, high starting torque, and reversible action is required. Moreover, it also enables smooth operation at high speed. 

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    Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for brushless DC motors.

    Region wise, in 2017, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global brushless DC motors market. It is estimated that Asia-Pacific would be the largest market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for consumer electronics and automotive products in China, India, and Japan.

    Scope of the Report

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global Brushless Dc Motors Market, tracking three market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key market players, providing a five-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, and share for North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the brushless DC motors market by its type, speed, end-use, and region.

    Key Players

    The key players of global brushless DC motors market are Allied Motion Inc. (the US), Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Hong Kong), WEG (Brazil), Nidec Corporation (Japan), Arc Systems (the US), Anaheim Automation, Inc. (the US), Bühler Motor GmbH (Germany), Electrocraft Inc. (the US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Ametek, Inc. (the US), Rockwell Automation, Inc. (the US), Siemens (Germany), and GE (the US).

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    MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

    In order to stay updated with technology and work process of the industry, MRFR often plans & conducts meet with the industry experts and industrial visits for its research analyst members.

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  • rahulpande15
    10.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    Global Brushless DC Motors Market Size, Share & Review 2022-2030

    Market Research Future published a half-cooked research on Global Brushless Dc Motors Industry report. The Brushless Dc Motors Market is expected to expand at ~ 9.50% CAGR during the period 2021 to 2028. Brushless DC motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source. The working of brushless DC motors is based on the simple force interaction between the permanent magnet and the electromagnet. Unlike a brushed DC motor, the commutation of the BLDC motor is controlled electronically. The major advantages of the BLDC motor are reliability and efficiency, longer life, reduced friction, elimination of sparks from commutator, and faster rate of voltage and current.

    On the basis of speed, the market is segmented as inner and outer rotor. Inner rotor subsegment is estimated to dominate the market during the forecast period as these motors are widely used in the applications where faster acceleration and deceleration of speed and position, high starting torque, and reversible action is required. Moreover, it also enables smooth operation at high speed.

    Get Free Sample PDF @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7525

    Market Research Analysis

    Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for brushless DC motors.

    Region wise, in 2017, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global brushless DC motors market. It is estimated that Asia-Pacific would be the largest market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for consumer electronics and automotive products in China, India, and Japan.

    Scope of the Report

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global Brushless Dc Motors Market, tracking three market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key market players, providing a five-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, and share for North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the brushless DC motors market by its type, speed, end-use, and region.

    Key Players

    The key players of global brushless DC motors market are Allied Motion Inc. (the US), Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Hong Kong), WEG (Brazil), Nidec Corporation (Japan), Arc Systems (the US), Anaheim Automation, Inc. (the US), Bühler Motor GmbH (Germany), Electrocraft Inc. (the US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Ametek, Inc. (the US), Rockwell Automation, Inc. (the US), Siemens (Germany), and GE (the US).

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    At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Edibles.

    MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

    In order to stay updated with technology and work process of the industry, MRFR often plans & conducts meet with the industry experts and industrial visits for its research analyst members.

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  • itisagunpla
    27.12.2021 - 4 monts ago

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This HG Sinanju took me at least 4 months to finish! Please take a look at https://itisagunpla.com/bandai-hg-1-144-msn-06s-sinanju/ to support me if you are inspired by projects.

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