How to turn a sphere into wheels?
According to the technology behind the wheel, this article is not for the faint of heart.
The wheel is made of metal and can spin at speeds of up to 70 kilometres per hour.
The main components are a cylindrical steel core, which holds a sphere and a spring.
The core is made from a combination of a copper alloy and a graphite alloy.
In order to make the sphere spin, it has to be held in place by a spring of a specific size, the size of a human hand.
The sphere has a diameter of 1 millimetre.
The spring has a length of about 30 centimetres and the spring has to rotate at a speed of about 70 kilometres an hour.
In theory, a sphere could be used for a variety of applications such as bicycles, wheels for cars, and wheels for buses.
Theoretically, a ball of metal could be turned at speeds up to 80 kilometres per second.
A sphere of steel, the sphere, the spring, the steel sphere, and the springs are then placed in a sphere of water, and water comes out as the spheres.
At the end of the process, the spheres have to be submerged in a stream of liquid water.
The spheres have the advantage of being able to be removed quickly.
The balls of metal can be made of any shape and can be rolled in the air.
The metal sphere is also suitable for transport, as the ball can be pushed by the wind and is lighter than a steel sphere.
The ball can also be moved using the spring.
As a result, spheres can be used in a variety and shapes of transportation.
The spherical steel sphere could also be used to make a sphere for a mobile device.
According to a press release, a spherical steel ball can reach speeds of about 50 kilometres per minute.
A press release from the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay stated that spheres could be manufactured at the nanoscale and made from the most abundant material, steel.
The press release added that spheres can also make wheels for a range of applications, from buses to planes.
The technology is based on the work of a scientist at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) Hyderabad, Anupam Gupta, who developed a material with a surface hardness of up 60,000 to 100,000.
The alloy of the alloy is called Tungsten.
It can withstand temperatures up to 870 degrees Celsius.
According a press statement, a number of spheres can have the same thickness.
The IITs statement also said that the spheres could also have a range in thickness, from about 1 mm to 3.5 mm.
A spokesperson for the IIT said that these spheres can create an electric current that can travel at a range between 60 and 200 kilometres per kilometre.
A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Human Resource Development said that spheres are not limited to just vehicles.
It said that this sphere technology could also improve public transport.
In a statement, the spokesperson said that, for example, a public transport vehicle could be equipped with spheres that could be rolled around to help with navigation.
The spokesperson said spheres could help to improve road safety.