What you need to know about aluminum door stops
Google is taking a big step forward with a new aluminum doorstop, the first of its kind.
The company is announcing that it’s partnering with Swiss-based doorstop maker Almaden and will introduce the aluminum door Stop on Monday, June 7.
The aluminum doorStop is designed to stop the aluminum exterior of the doorstop from opening.
The doorstop will also incorporate an integrated fingerprint sensor, which Almadens doorstop uses to unlock the door when it’s open.
Google also says it will use a new sensor called AptX to detect the presence of an aluminum door in the area of the sensor.
This sensor uses the same technology used in Google Glass, Google’s wearable computing device.
Almadon is currently the only manufacturer that sells the sensor, but it’s currently available for purchase at AlmadENets.com The new sensor will be available for $250 on Almadanews.com for both the aluminum and aluminum-reinforced glass doorstop.
It will also be available on Google’s Glass app, where the sensor will also appear in a notification bubble.
Google says the aluminum DoorStop is made with a unique material, which is a combination of stainless steel and aluminum, to resist the corrosive nature of corrosion.
Google says that it has been testing the material in a number of different areas, including a car wash, a welding plant, and in a water treatment plant.
Google is also working on the aluminum glass DoorStop and has plans to use it in other areas.
Google Glass uses an integrated scanner to read and detect the sensor in a glass window.
Google has said that Glass will only work in water.
AlMaden and Google have said that their sensors are designed to work in any environment, including inside glass doors.
The new aluminum Doorstop will be made in the US, and Almadenes sensor will go into production later this year.