With summer just around the corner and a number of social events in the horizon pool

With summer just around the corner and a number of social events in the horizon pool parties to spring break by the river, looking for fun and durable products that last season can be difficult. Fortunately, we have he joined our list of best swimming cooler. Whether to something fun and quirky mouth will be his party, or just need an essential piece of equipment to get you going on these trips by kayak or adventure, our list of fishing options gives you all the information you need to get the best buy for you. Visit our essential features and guide product, so that know exactly what to look for to buy in its floating refrigerator. Bottom up! Eggs Tray Machine, Eggs Tray Making Machine, Egg Carton Making Machine – FuChang,https://www.fcmachines.com/

Meet the Beach Blazer, the Perfect Marriage of Jacket and Towel

In 2015 it was the oversize pool float, which appeared on Instagram in unicorn or flamingo form, endlessly squished between moist, golden thighs. In 2017 it was the RompHim, a carefree merger of shorts and shirt that started as a Kickstarter campaign and somehow swelled to seemingly capture all of global douchedom in a single pastel garment. In 2019 you’d be wise to prepare your eyeballs for this year’s version—the beach blazer. It’s a half-tuxedo, half-towel concoction that solves the eternal summer conundrum: How do I dress formally, but also not wear pants? This is what Manhattan web developer Marko Andrus was daydreaming about in early 2014, as he looked toward a season in the Hamptons. “What’s that cozy layer you bring to the beach and put on at the end of the day?” he wondered. “For many people it’s a hooded sweatshirt, which I think is kind of gross. You’re not making a chic fashion statement.” Andrus ordered some yards of terry cloth and took them to his tailor on the Upper East Side to be made into a blazer. A few weeks later, “I was running around on Nantucket in it,” he recalls. “People were stopping me on the beach and saying, ‘Who the hell are you, and where did yo...

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group’s puresu single-use tube assemblies offer reliable, sterile, customisable solutions for bioprocessing

The expanded product range offers tailor-made solutions for customers with specific bioprocessing requirements Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) announces the expansion of its puresu® single-use range, providing a combination of components that are safe and easy-to-install. PureSu is ideal for the end-to-end manufacture of biopharmaceuticals and personalised medicines, such as gene therapies. The expanded range consists of three new product options: sterile claim, gamma irradiated and non-irradiated. WMFTG’s puresu assemblies offer a unique solution to the challenges of bioprocessing, providing controlled, efficient and reliable Single-Use assemblies that simplifies validation processes. Offering open architecture design by using the single-use components customer can quickly create a sterile, fluid path that meets their specific bioprocessing needs. With the addition of sterile puresu WMFTG now offers three product variants which each offer distinct benefits. Sterile puresu is an optimal solution for critical fluid path bioprocesses and customers who require contamination risk mitigation. Gamma irradiated puresu is suitable for customers who manage microbial control ...

Who knew?! From helping your heart to fighting cavities, a daily brewski (or two) can boost

Who knew?! From helping your heart to fighting cavities, a daily brewski (or two) can boost your health. Is beer good for you? Well, it’s good for your heart, and there is science to back that up. Wine often takes center stage during heart-health discussions. But don’t shortchange the health benefits of beer. According to a study done by researchers at the University of Cambridge and University College London drinking one pint of beer a day has been linked to a reduced risk of developing some cardiovascular diseases. The study analyzed the electronic health records of nearly 2 million healthy UK adults. People that were moderate drinkers were less likely to see a doctor for seven conditions including heart attacks and strokes caused by blood clots than those who were heavy drinkers or didn’t drink at all. Alcohol, including beer, has anti-inflammatory properties, which is likely why it is linked with such positive implications for heart health, as well as other diseases triggered by inflammation. A study published in Arthritis & Rheumatology, which included 1.9 million participants from the Nurses’ Health Study (NHS), found that women who drank two to four times per week had...

Annke’s 5-In-1 Surveillance Camera System Available For $194.99

Those of you who are in the market for a solid all-in-one security camera system, well, one of Annke’s offerings can be purchased from Amazon for only $194.99. Annke’s 8CH 3MP surveillance camera system comes with four cameras, a DVR, and an included 1TB hard drive, at least in this variant that costs $194.99. It is worth noting that there are several additional variants you can choose from via the link provided below the article, including variants with no hard drive, and a 2TB hard drive. Aforementioned cameras, the ones that Annke included in the package, seem to be white-colored, with a silver tint, at least from the provided images. The DVR is black-colored, and the company says that installing these cameras is a breeze. Speaking of which, you can install these cameras pretty much anywhere you want, whether be it a ceiling, wall, or even floor, if that’s something you prefer for whatever reason. This security camera system is aimed for both your home and office use, the cameras can see in the dark, up to 100ft, so spotting someone even though there’s no light around is not an issue for these cameras. The cameras themselves can also record 1080p foota...

Chrome plating on the bronze weapons of China’s Terracotta Army is decorative varnish

The mystery of the Terracotta Army’s shiny swords and spears has been solved,  according to British scientists. The world famous Terracotta Army of Xi’an consists of thousands of life-sized ceramic figures representing warriors.  Chrome plating on thousands of their bronze weapons was thought to be the earliest form of anti-rust technology – thousands of years before it arrived in the West. But the steely grey metal formed by chance through a chemical reaction between a decorative and the low organic content of surrounding soil, the research claims. The mystery of the Terracotta Army’s shiny swords and spears has been solved by British scientists. Chrome plating on thousands of bronze weapons was thought to be the earliest form of anti-rust technology. Detail from the grip and blade from one of the Terracotta Army swords is pictured  It challenges a long-standing claim that the craftspeople had developed a chromium anti-rust system – more than 2,000 years ago. Lead author Professor Marcos Martinon-Torres, an archaeologist at the University of Cambridge, said: ‘The terracotta warriors and most organic materials of the mausoleum were coated with...

Indicate by check mark if the Registrant is a well-known seasoned issuer, as defined in Rule

Indicate by check mark if the Registrant is a well-known seasoned issuer, as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act.    Yes  ☑    No  ☐ Indicate by check mark if the Registrant is not required to file reports pursuant to Section 13 or Section 15(d) of the Act.    Yes  ☐    No  ☑ Indicate by check mark whether the Registrant (1) has filed all reports required to be filed by Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 during the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the registrant was required to file such reports), and (2) has been subject to such filing requirements for the past 90 days.    Yes  ☑    No  ☐ Indicate by check mark whether the Registrant has submitted electronically every Interactive Data File required to be submitted pursuant to Rule 405 of Regulation S-T (§232.405 of this chapter) during the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the registrant was required to submit such files).    Yes  ☑    No  ☐ Indicate by check mark if disclosure of delinquent filers pursuant to Item 405 of Regulation S-K (§229.405 of this chapter) is not contained herein, and will not be contained, to the best of Registrant’s knowledge, in defi...

Ampere, recently bought out by Greaves Cotton, has been making various electric mobility solutions for over

Ampere, recently bought out by Greaves Cotton, has been making various electric mobility solutions for over 10 years. Their recent launch of Ampere Zeal electric scooter reminded us and many of the brand that was overlooked for a long time, especially in the current period when electric vehicles are rapidly gaining public interest. We have recently been test riding the electric two wheelers of the present age, like the Revolt RV400 and the Ather 450, which made us wonder what game the decade old company is playing in the market now amidst its seemingly superior competition. That’s when we got an Ampere Zeal for a first ride review. Turns out, Ampere hasn’t taken a big leap into the future with a laundry list of tech or a head turning selling point that nobody else has thought of before. The Ampere Zeal’s USP seems to be practicality to price ratio, rather than cost-hiking features that we may never use or snob value. Their approach continues to be down to earth, trying to provide a solution for the mobility requirements of today. The emphasis on ‘today’ has been appropriately met by the Greaves Zeal we must say, given that the older notion of Ampere vehicles being ‘too slow’ has...

When reading about cool projects and products, it’s common to see wiring plugs labelled “JST connector.”

When reading about cool projects and products, it’s common to see wiring plugs labelled “JST connector.” This looks fine until we start getting hands-on and begin hacking things together. Inevitably we find the JST connector from one part fails to fit in the JST connector of another. This is the moment we learn “JST” is not a connector specification. It is short for Japan Solderless Terminals Manufacturing Company, Ltd. A company whose history goes back to 1957 and their website (styled in 1999) lists hundreds of different types. We can simplify to “JST connector” when chit-chatting about projects. But when it comes to actual hardware specification, that’s not good enough. Which JST connector? The reality is: we live in a world full of ambiguous connector specifications. We also sometimes choose to ignore “No User Serviceable Parts Inside” and merrily explore guts of equipment to which we have no specifications at all. As hackers, we need some skill at deciphering mystery connectors. We’ll start here with a quick survey of the most popular types from JST. A simple two pin wire-to-wire connector is probably the RCY series. When a connector interface two or more wires to a circui...

The Design Engineer’s Checklist for Injection Molding

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. Injection molding is a highly-engineered process that demands careful planning and attention to detail if the finished product is to achieve its full potential. The tips in this article should help designers and engineers understand some of the basics about injection molding, so that they and the injection molder can work together to make the best possible decisions during the part design and development process. For all parts, you’ll also want to know whether the objective is to reduce manufacturing costs by combining what were formerly multiple parts into a single one to eliminate assembly work. Here is where you establish the design goals and priorities. The design of any part starts with balancing the multiple goals associated with it, and establishing which of these goals have the highest priority. For all parts, safety will be a vital consideration, but you’ll also want to know the following: Is the objective to reduce manufacturing costs by ...

Meat, Meet Plants: Why Blended Products Are On The Rise

There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that veganism is having a moment. According to a recent poll, the number of vegans in the United States grew from 1 percent in 2014 to 6 percent in 2016 — and with the success of Burger King’s Impossible Whopper, KFC’s Quorn-Based Imposter Burger, and Carl’s Jr.’s Beyond Famous Star, it’s clear that plant-based meats are more popular than ever. Further, plant-based grocery sales reportedly skyrocketed 31.3 percent between April 2017 and April 2019, reaching a total of nearly $4.5 billion. There’s also more entirely plant-based restaurants in the U.S. than ever before — even in regions historically associated with meat-heavy comfort foods, like the American South and the Midwest. Yet, most Americans remain carnivorous. In fact, Americans ate an average of 219.5 pounds per capita of red meat and poultry in 2018, according to the National Chicken Council. With that historically high number expected to jump to 220.8 by the end of 2019, it’s looking like the majority of Americans won’t be going vegan or vegetarian anytime soon — despite a growing awareness of the environmental cost of meat. Indeed, Americans joined the world at large in exp...

UPDATE 6-UK’s Labour plans to nationalize BT’s network in free broadband plan

LONDON, Nov 15 (Reuters) – Britain’s opposition Labour Party plans to nationalize BT’s broadband network to provide free internet for all, a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise. The addition to Labour’s already broad nationalization plan for infrastructure sent BT’s shares down as much as 3.7%, wiping nearly half a billion pounds off its market value. But the market reaction was relatively muted as investors do not expect Labour to win the Dec. 12 election, analysts said. BT also retained the right to show UEFA Champions League soccer games, helping to support shares. Labour said its proposed overhaul of the telecoms infrastructure would be paid for by raising taxes on tech firms such as Alphabet’s Google, Amazon and Facebook and using its Green Transformation fund. It would nationalize Openreach – the fixed-line network arm of the country’s biggest broadband and mobile phone provider – as well as parts of BT Technology, BT Enterprise and BT Consumer to created a “British Broadband” public service. “A Labour governme...

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