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Popular Mechanics

Jun 01 2018
Magazine

Popular Mechanics helps the reader master the modern world, presenting trusted information about his home, his car, his technology and the world around him. With tool tests, building projects, car reviews and more, Popular Mechanics shows the American man how to upgrade his life. And the magazine's analysis of the latest developments in technology and engineering keeps him in the know about the science behind the news-from alternative energy to military technology to digital privacy. Each month, nearly 9 million curious minds turn to Popular Mechanics for advice and in-depth reporting. Get Popular Mechanics digital magazine subscription today.

Father’s Day

EVERYWHERE

LARGE PHOTO OF THE MONTH

JAPAN’S ELECTRIC COMPETITOR • Can the Nissan Leaf’s 150 miles of range for $30,000 compete with the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3?

THE CAR IS YOUR PERSONAL POWER PLANT

CHARGER WARS • Any electric car can use a Level 2 charger (240-volt), the kind you find at hotels, public parking lots, and maybe your own garage. But when you need a DC fast charge (480-volt), not everyone agrees on a standard plug. Here’s who can use what.

WHY I USE A GLASS STRAW

SCIENTISTS CONVERT MENTAL IMAGES TO ACTUAL IMAGES

HOW TO TRACK WEED • A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA.

HOW IT WORKS: POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTIONS

The Most Compact and Capable Drone • DJI’s new Mavic Air is tiny and simple—and powerful enough for a professional.

Tech Battle Royale • The world of consumer technology is full of choices, some of them expensive. Here’s some help with the decision-making.

The New American Whiskey • Craft distillers in the U.S. are borrowing a Scottish tradition and making it their own. Try the mesquite.

26 USES FOR A HEAT GUN

26 USES FOR A HEAT GUN

GENERATE POWER FROM TEMPERATURE SWINGS

ASK ROY • POPULAR MECHANICS’ SENIOR HOME EDITOR SOLVES YOUR MOST PRESSING PROBLEMS.

UPDATE: MYSTERIOUS NOISES

GETTING STARTED IN…   SAILING • One of the world’s oldest sports is more approachable than you might think.

Questions from the First-Time Sailor

THE BACK PAIN REPAIR MANUAL

ROAD TESTES

1992 Mazda RX-7

HISTORY, UPDATED • The Honda Gold Wing arrived four decades ago. It keeps getting better.

THE BARN DOCTOR • SETH KELLEY IS ON A ONE-MAN MISSION TO SAVE VERMONT’S TIMBER-FRAME BARNS.

THE SHOPPABLE LIFE

THE LAST SHIFT • CARRIER MADE AIR CONDITIONERS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT AT A PLANT IN INDIANAPOLIS FOR 60 YEARS. WHEN THEY ANNOUNCED IT WAS MOVING TO MEXICO, THE PRESIDENT STEPPED IN. A YEAR LATER, THIS IS WHAT REMAINS.

SUSAN CROPPER

SHARENE WEAVER

KELLY SCHLOTTER

THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURING

The Companies We Surveyed

16 American-Made Products to Improve Your Summer • SAVOR LONG DAYS AND WARM NIGHTS WITH OUR FAVORITE HOMEGROWN GEAR.

Dispatches From the High-Tech Gold Rush • Deep in the Yukon, the world’s most successful prospector is using advanced technology to find ever tinier flecks of gold that could be worth billions.

PROJECT: Treehouse • First, find your tree. Then make your plan. Then be ready to adapt that plan.

MAKE YOUR OWN CORNHOLE SET • You can build the classic bean-bag-toss game in an hour for less than $30.

SHOP NOTES • EASY WAYS TO DO HARD THINGS

BUDGET-FRIENDLY MITER SAWS • You don’t have to pay pro prices for accurate, clean cuts.

A Field Guide to Summer Creatures • What you should know about the different animals that may show up in your backyard when the temperature rises.

Brandon McMillan

The Big and Little Dipper

GREAT UNKNOWNS • BIG...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 100 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Jun 01 2018

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Popular Mechanics helps the reader master the modern world, presenting trusted information about his home, his car, his technology and the world around him. With tool tests, building projects, car reviews and more, Popular Mechanics shows the American man how to upgrade his life. And the magazine's analysis of the latest developments in technology and engineering keeps him in the know about the science behind the news-from alternative energy to military technology to digital privacy. Each month, nearly 9 million curious minds turn to Popular Mechanics for advice and in-depth reporting. Get Popular Mechanics digital magazine subscription today.

Father’s Day

EVERYWHERE

LARGE PHOTO OF THE MONTH

JAPAN’S ELECTRIC COMPETITOR • Can the Nissan Leaf’s 150 miles of range for $30,000 compete with the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3?

THE CAR IS YOUR PERSONAL POWER PLANT

CHARGER WARS • Any electric car can use a Level 2 charger (240-volt), the kind you find at hotels, public parking lots, and maybe your own garage. But when you need a DC fast charge (480-volt), not everyone agrees on a standard plug. Here’s who can use what.

WHY I USE A GLASS STRAW

SCIENTISTS CONVERT MENTAL IMAGES TO ACTUAL IMAGES

HOW TO TRACK WEED • A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA.

HOW IT WORKS: POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTIONS

The Most Compact and Capable Drone • DJI’s new Mavic Air is tiny and simple—and powerful enough for a professional.

Tech Battle Royale • The world of consumer technology is full of choices, some of them expensive. Here’s some help with the decision-making.

The New American Whiskey • Craft distillers in the U.S. are borrowing a Scottish tradition and making it their own. Try the mesquite.

26 USES FOR A HEAT GUN

26 USES FOR A HEAT GUN

GENERATE POWER FROM TEMPERATURE SWINGS

ASK ROY • POPULAR MECHANICS’ SENIOR HOME EDITOR SOLVES YOUR MOST PRESSING PROBLEMS.

UPDATE: MYSTERIOUS NOISES

GETTING STARTED IN…   SAILING • One of the world’s oldest sports is more approachable than you might think.

Questions from the First-Time Sailor

THE BACK PAIN REPAIR MANUAL

ROAD TESTES

1992 Mazda RX-7

HISTORY, UPDATED • The Honda Gold Wing arrived four decades ago. It keeps getting better.

THE BARN DOCTOR • SETH KELLEY IS ON A ONE-MAN MISSION TO SAVE VERMONT’S TIMBER-FRAME BARNS.

THE SHOPPABLE LIFE

THE LAST SHIFT • CARRIER MADE AIR CONDITIONERS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT AT A PLANT IN INDIANAPOLIS FOR 60 YEARS. WHEN THEY ANNOUNCED IT WAS MOVING TO MEXICO, THE PRESIDENT STEPPED IN. A YEAR LATER, THIS IS WHAT REMAINS.

SUSAN CROPPER

SHARENE WEAVER

KELLY SCHLOTTER

THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURING

The Companies We Surveyed

16 American-Made Products to Improve Your Summer • SAVOR LONG DAYS AND WARM NIGHTS WITH OUR FAVORITE HOMEGROWN GEAR.

Dispatches From the High-Tech Gold Rush • Deep in the Yukon, the world’s most successful prospector is using advanced technology to find ever tinier flecks of gold that could be worth billions.

PROJECT: Treehouse • First, find your tree. Then make your plan. Then be ready to adapt that plan.

MAKE YOUR OWN CORNHOLE SET • You can build the classic bean-bag-toss game in an hour for less than $30.

SHOP NOTES • EASY WAYS TO DO HARD THINGS

BUDGET-FRIENDLY MITER SAWS • You don’t have to pay pro prices for accurate, clean cuts.

A Field Guide to Summer Creatures • What you should know about the different animals that may show up in your backyard when the temperature rises.

Brandon McMillan

The Big and Little Dipper

GREAT UNKNOWNS • BIG...


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