» 3devo Introduces Two New Series of Filament Extruders 3devo Introduces Two New Series of Filament Extruders | 3DPrint.com

3devo is a young company known for its filament extruders, which include the NEXT 1.0 and the 3devo Advanced. The Dutch company also markets a plastic shredder as part of its mission to simplify the making and recycling of filament. Now 3devo has announced two new series of products, the Precision Series and Composer Series filament makers. According to 3devo, the new filament makers further simplify the material fabrication process. “Our NEXT filament maker found numerous amounts of applications in industries ranging from education and research to manufacturing and aerospace,” 3devo says. “They brought users a variety of benefits including shorter lead times, reduced material waste, and increased control over material making. Also, they facilitated material research and customization, while introducing the precision of industrial filament making to desktop-based setups. However, we realized that our filament makers could serve these purposes even better – if they focused on specific requirements. Our new Precision and Composer Series filament makers are specialized, result-oriented machines aimed at simplifying the material making process. Each in a different way.” The Precisio...

All 2,493 items targeted by China’s tariffs in US trade war — Quartz

China’s latest tariff retaliation, announced today, will hit some $60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States.  Before the trade war starts in earnest, China bought about 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods, from Maine lobster to Boeing aircraft. It has been the largest market for Apple iPhones since 2016. Since the escalation of tariffs, though, China has stopped buying soybeans and lobsters, and Apple warned it would miss its expected Christmas holiday sales figures because of trade tensions. In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing also added 20% tariffs on 1,078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products (all links in Chinese). The list was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.  Hydraulic Hose, Hydraulic Fitting, Hydraulic Adapters, Hydraulic Ferrule –...

Building Your Own Lithium Pack Doesn’t Have To Be An Extreme Sport : Micah Toll’s DIY Lithium Batteries Book Reviewed

I like Micah Toll. There is not a lot of people in the DIY ebike world that haven’t projected their crazy energy and opinions at me at some point in the last several years. Micah has always struck me as being level-headed, intelligent and non-judgemental which are rare qualities to find in the DIY ebike world. In 2013 he released his first book “The Ultimate Do It Yourself Ebike Guide” which inspired a lot of people to build their own ebikes. I’ve never read his first book (I’m too cheap and opinionated) but I have read many of the articles on his website ebikeschool.com . Some of the people on the forums have given Micah flack for charging money for an ebook on ebikes, which kind of shows how insecure a lot of people are when anyone gets any level of success in the DIY ebike world. Maybe it’s this harassment that has kept him humble, or maybe it’s just his normal personality (not everyone is as confrontational as I am), but no matter what it is, Micah writes stuff that just begs to be read. Bear with me, this is my first ever book review and I don’t want to write it because I am so jealous Hi, my name is Karl and I’m an addict. It all started when I bought a Kindle Paperwhite f...

Melt Blown Polypropylene Filters Market 2025: Comprehensive Study Explores Huge Revenue Scope in Future | Leading Key Players

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Kate Middleton news: Prince William’s wife has jewellery from Kiki McDonough worth £47k

London-based jewellery designer Kiki McDonough is a firm favourite of the Duchess, who chose the jewellery for a very special occasion. The drop earrings were made with a clear pink stone in gold and diamonds, and came with the price tag of £7,500. Kiki McDonough’s pieces are inspired by the ballet and the flagship shop is (appropriately) based just off Sloane Square in London, on Symons Street. There are the cushion cut citrine stone set in 18ct yellow gold, which costs £1,400, the same style with an amethyst stone, which costs £1,400, and a pale pink morganite, which costs £3,400. She chose a cool ice blue dress by Beulah London for the event, keeping nearly every inch of skin covered. Kate is attend a reception at Buckingham Palace in London to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales. Kate Middleton, or Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was born on 9 January 1982 at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, England. She was born to Michael and Carole Middleton, a former flight dispatcher and air hostess. The couple founded a party supplies company, Party Pieces, in 1987 – now estimated to be worth £30 million. Kate and her family moved to Am...

Costco and Trader Joe’s offer liquor at bargain prices. Who does it better? Our experts test and tell you. | Ap

Costco’s vodka costs $12.99 (before taxes). That’s for a 1.75 liter bottle. Trader Joe’s gin goes for a song — $11.99. Paul Clarke, executive editor of Imbibe, a must-read bimonthly magazine for the bartending and distilling community. Andrew Friedman, a former judge for the American Distilling Institute and former owner of the Capitol Hill bar Liberty, which, under Friedman, boasted one of the city’s largest collections of whiskeys and agave spirits, two categories heavily represented in this tasting. We focused on the everyday consumer, not the connoisseur. No geeking out on mashbill or yeast strain. Adjectives like “quaffable” on tasting notes earn banishment to a dark corner. I run a tight ship here, people. Comparing just the two American vodkas side by side seemed logical, but Costco’s French Vodka is so wildly popular, I added that to the mix. The result was an upset: We all favored Trader Joe’s in the blind tasting, concluding it would make the best martini of the three vodkas. We favor neutral-tasting vodka, which Trader Joe’s was, at least compared to the pair from Costco. I thought Costco’s American vodka had a harsher burn on the finish. Trader Joe’s was more rounde...

Best fleece bathrobe to buy in 2019 – fleece bathrobe reviews

There are more than 12 new fleece bathrobe being introduced in the market every quarter, and many of them have some or the other unique and advanced features you’ve never heard before. That being said, if you choose any random fleece bathrobe, there are possibilities of facing some of the serious issues which can come from choosing the wrong product. You don’t always have to spend a lot of money to find the best fleece bathrobe for your purposes. There is a whole range of fleece bathrobe and prices that can deliver the features you need. If you are looking for the top fleece bathrobe, a lot of factors are going to be important considerations. You might think that all fleece bathrobe are the same but much like other products, there’s a lot of variety and the options can be a little overwhelming (especially if you’re new to the market). Whether you want to just get started with a fleece bathrobe, we have  affordable models or if you want to feel like you don’t miss out on any of the capabilities we have more expensive models. Read through this summary of the top products and find the best one for you to try. Here is a short list of the top fleece bathrobe products from each of th...

T-Mobile’s data de-prioritization (aka “throttling” high users) – Explained

Just a couple of days before T-Mobile’s first quarterly earnings call of 2015 a thread on Reddit got our attention. Within it, a customer complained of being “throttled” when – in fact – he was feeling the result of data de-prioritization. It seemed like – from what he understood – that he’d hit some magic, hidden number of GBs in downloads on LTE and had been punished for it. What in fact had happened is that he felt the result of one of T-Mobile’s lesser-known network traffic easing policies. Known as de-prioritization, it’s a way to ensure someone’s incredibly heavy use doesn’t affect the experience of other, less data-intensive customers using a busy network. We didn’t get an official response from T-Mobile on this issue but, thankfully, our sources have done some digging and come up with a few good explainers within T-Mo’s policies, guidelines and internal communications. It seems a small, but growing number of customers have been complaining about reduced data speeds in recent times. Simply put, T-Mobile has a policy in place where, if you’re in the top 3% of data users, your access to data is prioritized below other people’s. There’s a practice in place which flags these ...

3 arrested, 1 other questioned in murder of pregnant teen; baby cut from womb remains in critical condition

Chicago police are questioning four people in the brutal murder of Marlen Ochoa, a pregnant teenage mother whose body was found at a home in the Scottsdale neighborhood three weeks after she went missing. Police Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said three of those people have been arrested, and one is considered a person of interest. Ochoa’s body was dumped in a garbage can at a home in the 4100 block of 77th Place early Wednesday morning. Sources said she had been led to the basement, where she was strangled, and her baby was cut out of her womb. “She did nothing to them. She was a good person. I don’t know what caused them to, knowing she had a family, a 3-year-old son,” said Yovani Lopez, Ochoa’s husband of four years. According to family friends, Ochoa’s family has not been able to see her body. Ochoa’s mother showed up at the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office on Wednesday while the office was closing. The family was expected to return Thursday morning. Police took at least three people into custody at the home on 77th Place on Tuesday, three weeks after Ochoa went missing. She was nine months pregnant when she disappeared. Family spokeswoman Cecilia Garcia said O...

You’ve got this down cold: A mother lode of winter fun for you and the kids

Winter can be bounce-off-the-wall time for families, and we can’t always count on the natural playground a snowfall creates when parents are desperate to get the kids out of the house and away from their screens. Take heart: family entertainment abounds in Connecticut. Here is a list of events and attractions around the state, both indoor and outdoor, live and evergreen, for January and February and beyond, to keep everybody busy. (We tried, but this list could not possibly be all-inclusive. And always check websites for schedule changes or more information. Simsbury Farms: Saturdays 2:15 to 4:15 p.m. and 7:30 to 9 p.m., Sundays 2:15 to 4:15 p.m. $6 nonresidents, $5 seniors and 15-and-younger nonresidents, $4 Simsbury residents, $3 seniors and 15-and-younger Simsbury residents. Skate rentals $5. Skate sharpening $7. Monday to Friday, parents with preschoolers may skate from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., admission $2 nonresidents, $1 residents. Call Simsbury Parks and Rec for ice status and possible cancellations, 860-658-2512. 100 Old Farms Road. simsburyrec.com. Veterans Memorial Ice Skating Rink: Open daily. Public skating in 90-minute sessions. Schedule varies by day. $8 nonresidents, $...

Memorial Day 2019: Appliance sales at Home Depot, Best Buy

Memorial Day is this Monday, May 27, and the sales are heating up. Head over here for a roundup of which sites are offering steep discounts—spoiler alert: The list is lengthy—and don’t miss our picks of the finest deals on Wayfair. But beyond furniture and outdoor decor, the holiday weekend is also a great time to score top deals on larger items like refrigerators, dishwashers, and washer and dryers. These items are best found at stores like Best Buy, Home Depot, and Lowe’s, so to help you make the most of your holiday shopping, we’ve researched the best deals and rounded them up, below. Memorial Day weekend, optimized. If you want a top-notch fridge with an ice and water dispenser, check out this sleek 36-inch wide brand from Maytag. Rounded handles make the design look more luxe than competitors, and the 25-cubic-foot interior is big enough for most families. Maytag model number MFI2570FEZ. This well-reviewed wine fridge comes in two different colors (black and stainless steel) and the ability to hold anywhere from 18 wine bottles ($168.99) to 52 wine bottles ($849.99). The single-zone wine cooler features an easy-to-read digital thermostat with electronic push button control....

Family remembers son who died in Sanibel kayak incident

The family of a teenager, who died after a kayaking incident, shared more with us about the life of their beloved son. On Saturday evening, a good Samaritan rescued an unconscious 16-year-old William Jenkins off Sanibel Causeway after he had gone missing in a kayak. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. “’No matter what, you’re a great mom, and I’m lucky to be your son’” Jenkins’ mother Yolanda read from a card he had made for her. “And he never signed it, but I did, so I’ll never forget my Mother’s Day, the day that I lost my son.” Jenkins was a student at Fort Myers High School. He was a member of the school football team and worked at a Jersey Mike’s Subs. But his true passion was fishing. “He always wanted to catch a hammerhead shark, big 14-footer,” said Michael Gaval, a close friend of Jenkins. Jenkins went out on Saturday to accomplish his goal, but his parents told him he needed to stay on shore. His family believes he had a seizure on the water. But an official cause of death for Jenkins has not been determined. “Our belief is he didn’t take his meds that night,” Yolanda said. “He died doing what he loved.” A friend and good Samaritan rushed Jenkins to shore an...

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