Indipro Tools Showcases Latest Power Solutions at Cine Gear 2019

LOS ANGELES, MAY 21, 2019 – Indipro Tools, manufacturers of premium power solutions for digital and professional video applications, features several new power solutions and accessories at Cine Gear 2019 (Booth 151). Among these are the company’s new Porta-Pak battery and accessory items, which enables DSLR and pro-video users to power up their camera and accessories conveniently using one compact power source. Two new RED-compatible Micro-Series lithium ion batteries as well as a new NITRO SDI splitter and power distribution box will also be on display at the show. Building on the success of its new Porta-Pak battery, Indipro introduces the latest accessory items for this small-footprint (3x5x1.5 inches) power solution. Included among these is the new Porta-Pak battery kit for the Blackmagic Design 4K Pocket Camera (BMPCC4K), which includes both the Porta-Pak battery, charger, 2.1-mm LP-E6-type battery power cable and travel case, as well as the company’s new battery mounting enclosure. This lightweight, external adapter enclosure is made of lightweight aluminum and allows the Porta-Pak to be inserted and locked or swapped into a variety of mounting configurations without havin...

Plenty of materials take the heated edge of a laser beam quite well, but many others

Plenty of materials take the heated edge of a laser beam quite well, but many others don’t. Some release toxic fumes; others catch fire easily. For all the materials that don’t cut well (PVC and FR4, we’re looking at you!) and for those that do (hello, acrylic and Delrin) they’re each reacting to the heat of the laser beam in different ways. Lucky for us, these ways are well-characterized. So let’s take a look at how a laser cutter actually cuts through materials. If we journey outside on a sunny day with a magnifying glass or, better yet, with a nice honking Fresnel lens from an old-school HDTV (thanks Jen!), we can focus the sun’s light down to a point and fry some ant–I mean–burn some leaves. Why not, then, just use a high power light source to burn through our materials? It turns out that there are two main reasons. For one, CO2 lasers emit a 10,600-nanometer wavelength that falls in the IR range. This wavelength just happens to be readily absorbed, rather than reflected, by wood and plastics, making it highly efficient for cutting since most of the light is absorbed as heat, rather than reflected and lost. However, there’s one additional reason why a laser, rather than just...

EXCLUSIVE: This Is adidas Originals’ Home of Classics Collection

This week, adidas Originals officially unwrapped its “Home of Classics” collection, featuring a number of the brand’s most timeless silhouettes. At the launch, adidas went all-out, whiting out a massive warehouse in the north of Paris and inviting around 1,000 people from around Europe, including retailers, photographers, and friends of the brand. The new pack remakes two of the German sportswear giant’s icons that transcended sports to become cultural icons, the Superstar and Stan Smith, presenting them in clean, all-white colorways with a purposefully yellowed hue on the midsole, evoking the grails in the brand’s archive. Elsewhere are eight silhouettes that are a mix of throwback and contemporary: the Supercourt, Torsion Comp, SC Premiere, A.R. Trainer, Continental 80, Nizza Hi RF, Rivalry Lo, and Supercourt RX. The 10 shoes were all designed for sport but transcended the field of play, rediscovered and recontextualized for fashion purposes and casual wear, just like the Ultraboost’s adoption by sneakerheads who wore the shoe not to run, but because it was comfortable and stylish. Through silhouettes such as the Stan Smith and Superstar, adidas has become synonymous with min...

Copper Methionine Market 2019 – Global Industry Demand, Scope and Strategic Outlook

Copper Methionine Market Report by Material, Application, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2024 is a professional and in-depth research report on the world’s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, united Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and China). The report firstly introduced the Copper Methionine Market basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview, product specifications, manufacturing processes, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate and forecast etc. In the end, the report introduced new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and investment return analysis. https://www.verifiedmarketreports.com/download-sample/?rid=73347&source=prerna(68)                                          For product type segment, this report listed main product type of Copper Methionine market in global and china.* Product Type I * Product Type II * Product Type III For end use/application segment, this report focuses on the status and outlook for key applications. End users sre also listed. * Application I * Application II...

Adam Driver Has a Star Wars Key Chain in The Dead Don’t Die Search Close Search Close

Nothing is quite as it seems in Jim Jarmuschs’s latest, The Dead Don’t Die, which premiered at Cannes on Tuesday to lukewarm applause and a relatively short standing O (but no boos!). That’s true on several levels — and some of them are mildly spoiler-y, so check out now if you’d rather remain in complete suspense. On its most basic level, the film is a gently comedic take on the classic zombie movie, following an outbreak of the undead in a small town referred to only as “Centerville, USA.” The town — which is explicitly shown to have just one diner, one gas station, one motel, one juvenile-detention center, and one funeral home — is an obvious Twin Peaks reference, complete with eccentric locals and more than a hint of the uncanny. Bill Murray is Cliff Robertson (named after the late American actor), our faithful if slightly out-of-touch sheriff; Adam Driver is Ronnie Peterson, his preternaturally calm deputy; Chloë Sevigny is Mindy Morrison, a fellow officer who’s not exactly ready to take on reanimated corpses. All three are investigating some strange deaths at the local diner, odd animal disappearances, and shifts in the Sun’s hours of operation when things go full George R...

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright

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. Proper or no maintenance of hydraulic equipment can mean the difference between scrapping a machine at 20,000 hours or more instead of 5,000 hours. And because they often are located deep within the workings of machines, hydraulic swivels (also called rotating joints or rotating manifolds) usually receive little or no maintenance. A well-designed hydraulic swivel should not require much maintenance. However, if the swivel is mounted in a location where it is surrounded by hoses or tubing, shortcuts may end up being taken—and maintenance improperly conducted or components compromised. Keeping hydraulic fluid clean throughout the entire hydraulic system should be at the top of any hydraulic maintenance priority list. All components of the hydraulic system are connected, and the swivel is a small piece of a large puzzle. Any time connections in the hydraulic system are opened up for part replacement or other work, it is very important that good procedur...

AFL offers ASCEND fiber networking platform for high-density data centers

AFL has used this week’s BICSI Winter Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, FL, to launch the ASCEND family of fiber housings, cassettes, and assemblies for high-density data center applications. The ASCEND line offers flexibility, functionality, and ease-of-use, AFL says. AFL has used this week’s BICSI Winter Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, FL, to launch the ASCEND family of fiber housings, cassettes, and assemblies for high-density data center applications. The ASCEND line offers flexibility, functionality, and ease-of-use, AFL says. The ASCEND fiber housings come in 1RU, 2RU, and 4RU sizes to serve requirements for up to 144, 288, and 576 fibers, respectively. The housings’ front and back doors are hinged on the bottom, and back of the housing cover is removable for better access to fiber-optic connector interfaces. Routing rings at the front of the trays makes routing patch cords, easy, secure, and organized, AFL asserts. The cassettes that populate these housings are designed to offer a wide range of options, according to AFL. These include BASE-8 to BASE-24 for both single-mode fiber and multi-mode fiber applications. These include applications ranging from patch-th...

Best dog beds for small dogs to buy in 2019 – dog beds for small dogs buying guide

If you are looking to pick a decent dog beds for small dogs then there are three things that you need to look out for. We will cover them in this post and also give you an overview on where to find the best deals. That being said, if you choose any random dog beds for small dogs, 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 dog beds for small dogs for your purposes. There is a whole range of dog beds for small dogs and prices that can deliver the features you need. If you are looking for the top dog beds for small dogs, a lot of factors are going to be important considerations. The first thing that you need to consider when you are shopping for a dog beds for small dogs is the quality of the dog beds for small dogs that you need it for. The other thing that you need to consider of course is the price,dog beds for small dogs range from anywhere between $100 and $1000 or even all the way up to $5000 depending on what you get with them and how powerful they are. Whether you want to just get started with adog beds for small dogs, we have  The third tip that ...

Fail of the Week: Did My Laser Cutter Tube Really Burn Out?

All the cool kids are doing it these days, or more like for many years now: you can get a laser cutter for a song if you don’t mind doing your own repairs and upgrades — you know, being a hacker. The downside is that some failures can really ruin your day. This is what [Erich Styger] encountered with his cutter that is just a bit more than a year old. This Fail of the Week looks at the mysterious death of a CO2 laser tube. This is the infamous K40 laser cutter. Our own [Adam Fabio] just took one on a couple of months back and [Erich] even references Hackaday coverage of the K40 Whisperer project as what pushed him over the edge to make the purchase. We’ve followed his blog as he acquired the cutter and made upgrades along the way, but after an estimated 500 hours of use, a horrible teeth-gnashing screech sprung forth from the machine. [Erich’s] reaction was to hit the e-stop; that’s certainly why it’s there. Chasing down the problem is a story well-told, but as is often the case with these FotW articles, in the end what caused the failure is not entirely known. We’d love to hear what you think about it in the comments below. The investigation began at the power supply for the la...

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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. When my daughter Scarlett was about six months old, she finally got herself on the move. She wasn’t crawling exactly; it was more of a flailing, semi-serpentine motion that my wife and termed the “Zombie Crawl.” She augmented this unique mode of transportation with a penchant for rolling repeatedly in a given direction until finding her way to a toy, a cat, or a family member. While cute and often hilarious, her new locomotion abilities meant that now none of the rooms in our house were completely safe for her unless she had the undivided attention of a caregiver at all times. That is, no room was safe until we broke out the play yard. Also known as playpens and not to be confused with pack and plays, which are really more like packable cribs than play areas, a play yard provides a child with a few square feet of space that can be guaranteed free of choking and falling hazards, electrical outlets, unstable furniture or decor items, and all the other 1,001 common household items with which a chil...

The Secret to Assembling IKEA Furniture Without Losing Your Sanity

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-secret-to-assembling-ikea-furniture-without-losing-your-sanity-1469557654 Q: I need to put together a suite of IKEA furniture for my kids. Can you recommend tools that will make the process less exasperating? A: As a longtime owner (and assembler) of IKEA furniture, I feel your pain. Just seeing the sheer number of different screws you’ll have to wrangle can be demoralizing. Here’s my twofold strategy: 1) To help you streamline the process of screwing everything together; 2) To minimize time lost as you switch among (or misplace) your tools. IKEA’s most commonly used screw is a 4-mm hex, but some of its furniture requires hex screws of other sizes (as well as Phillips and Flathead screws). While IKEA provides required hex keys, assembly will go much faster if you arm yourself with a power tool. (Save the hex key to hand-tighten everything at the end.) A great tool for this purpose: the Worx SD Driver with Screw Holder. This $40 rechargeable electric screwdriver has a rotating cartridge that lets you quickly switch among any six bits, which are removable but stay confined in the cartridge as you work so you won’t lose them. Bonus: a removable bra...

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