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Raptor Interns Summer 2024
July 12, 2024

The Future of Innovation At Raptor Scientific, we pride ourselves on our extensive range of test and measurement capabilities. From Thermal Systems to Mass Properties and Radar Cross Section Measurement Instruments to Air Data Test Systems and more, our innovative solutions ensure the highest levels of accuracy, safety, and product reliability. Our commitment to excellence […]

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Mass Properties Measurement and Calculation Seminar October 15 – 17, 2024

Mass Properties Measurement and Calculation Seminar
April 17, 2024

Our Mass Properties Measurement seminars have gained world-wide recognition. We are pleased to present our schedule for this year’s seminars at our Berlin, CT location. These seminars can also be scheduled at your plant. Raptor Scientific is dedicated to providing high-quality, carefully planned training in the fields of Mass Properties and Balancing. Instruments are available […]

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Fall 2023 Newsletter

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October 1, 2023

What’s New? Raptor Scientific continues to expand our products and services, in this edition of our newsletter, we are excited to bring you the latest updates on our capabilities. Read on to learn about the latest advancements in the field, the importance of test and measurement equipment, and how the Raptor Scientific product lines can […]

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Summer 2023 Newsletter

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July 20, 2023

In this Issue Advanced Mass Properties Measurement Training New Commercial Pitot Static Test Set Digital Test Gauge for Life Support and Space Industry Applications Upcoming Events SmallSat Conference Space & Missile Defense Symposium Air & Space Forces Association National Conference Association of the US Army (AUSA) National Business Aviation Association Have You Seen Our RF […]

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Spring 2023 Newsletter

April 5, 2023

In this Issue King Nutronics Joins the Raptor Scientific Family New Commercial Pitot Static Test Set Munition Industry Physical Properties Systems Support New Regional Distribution Partners – Alkor Networks and Bney Meir Upcoming Events Sea Air Space 2023 Space Symposium MRO Americas National Summit on Hypersonic Weapons Systems Avionics Electronics Association SAWE Conf. on Mass. Properties […]

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Fall Newsletter 2022

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September 29, 2022

SCI-Xe-AC Modernization Upgrade As we are rapidly approaching the end of the support period for our legacy SCI-Xe-AC product, we have already delivered modernized upgrades to extend their supportable lifespan. The sunset date for the legacy SCI-Xe-AC systems is December 31, 2022; however, through this modernization upgrade, customers with existing systems now have the option […]

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Summer Newsletter June 2022

June 21, 2022

News & Updates from Raptor Scientific June 2022 Mass Properties for the Masses Mass properties dictate how an object moves in its environment as well as the forces required to control that motion. Understanding the mass properties of satellites and aircraft structures is critical to mission success and extending that understanding to other objects can […]

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Spring Newsletter March 2022

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April 10, 2022

News & Updates from Raptor Scientific IPC-A-610 Certification Congratulations to our staff members for achieving IPC-A-610 certification in January 2022. The successful completion of this course allows Raptor Scientific to continue to meet our customers’ high-quality requirements. Hats off to Ernst Beliard, Jacob Blank, Chris Boyd, Phil Korb, Steve Korb, Tim Mulligan, John Smyth, and Travis White. Air […]

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Product of Inertia vs. Moment of Inertia

Product of Inertia vs. Moment of Inertia
December 3, 2021

According to Newton’s Laws, objects will stay in their current state of motion unless something acts upon them. While Newton’s Laws are usually applied to linear motion, they also apply to rotation. A rotating object will continue to rotate unless a force acts on it. How quickly an object rotates depends on its mass properties […]

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