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    Evolution Of 3D Printing

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    technological advancement introduces new opportunities, as well as obstacles, that aid or hinder mankind in advancing to the next step in their evolutionary chain. The 21st century 's latest technology is the 3D printer, a device capable of redefining day to day lives by printing all of our needs. It is claimed 3D printing will be an absolute positive technology to benefit mankind, but we will soon encounter situations where uncontrolled, illegal substances…

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    Surgical Respirator Masks

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    Introduction Did you know that more than 671 million troy ounces of silver are mined yearly? That is equal to more than 46,011,428 pounds of silver! The word silver comes from the Anglo-Saxon word seolfor. Along with the words purple and orange, there is no word in the English language that rhyme with the word silver. Silver is a metallic metal with the atomic number of forty-seven, out of the 118 elements on the periodic table, silver is the best reflector of light. Prior to 1965, all U…

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    however, manual editing had to be done of the each single CT scans slices due to the presence of artifacts. The resulting clean images were rendering into a 3D image (Lynnerup et al., 1997). The scans revealed fragmentation of the cranial vault and facial skeleton, with the mandible approximately intact. A stereolithographic model (form of 3D printing) was produced which showed “post-mortem diagenetic changes of the mandible, such as extremely brittle cortical bone tissue, especially at the…

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    Why Vinyl Is A Good Choice In Replacement Siding If your old aluminum siding is dented, chalky, and worn out, then you may want to replace it with vinyl. Vinyl siding is getting more and more popular because it has advantages over other options like aluminum. Here are some of the benefits of putting new vinyl siding on your home. Vinyl Doesn't Get Chalky One of the drawbacks of aluminum siding is that it gets chalky as the metal oxidizes. Vinyl doesn't have this problem. The appearance of…

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    Arial Fontt

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    The typeface I am picking is the Arial font. The Arial typeface was drawn in 1982 by designer Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders. It was original called Sonoran Sans Serif and was renamed Arial in 1992. Arial was made similar to the Helvetica font design, some say copying it for thickness and height. It started off as a bitmap font. The bitmap were high-resolution laser comp fonts that were used as a starting point to sample down give it a 240dpi or 300dpi font. Arial was original…

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    3D printing is a mechanical process where solid objects are created by ‘printing’ successive layers of material to replicate a shape modeled in a computer has been adopted in numerous industries. Many people can benefit from this kind of technology such as wounded warriors that may have lost limbs in combat, or even those that have dysfunctional organs and could use a new organ. The creator of 3D printing, Charles Hull, on August 8th 1984 filed for a patent on his photo solidification apparatus.…

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    largest impact on the economy. 3D printers are going to be “that piece of technology” to change and mold the way to the future. The printers are already starting to impact the way facilities are able to produce their products. One of the largest benefits of facilities using the 3D printers is, there is no to minimal waste of the material. By not using extra material and having to reprocess it saves money for the company thus reducing the cost for the consumer for the product. 3D printers are not…

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    Throughout time the world has evolved. It has constantly changed, from our great ancestors discovering fire for the first time to the world’s first commercial jet pack and everything in between. As days go by technology continues to advance and thus keeps the world progressing, “By virtue of the intensive infiltration of digital devices into our daily lives, we have radically altered how we communicate with one another and with our entire social network at once” (Topol), Eric emphasizes the…

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    The term entrepreneurial opportunity would usually presume a profit-motivated event. The adjective entrepreneurial emphasises that the profits are chased through creating a new good and presenting it to the market (Whetten, 1989). Other scholars define the entrepreneurial opportunity as situation that provokes the discovery of new goods, services, production technologies and organizing methods that are able to obtain some economic value in the future (Shane and Venkataraman, 2000). The…

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    are many benefits of using 3D printing technology, there are some negative effects that consumers should be aware of. First, as 3D printing becomes more popular and widely used around the world, it could affect the international supply chain and trade relations between other countries. In the research article “Research on the Impact of 3D Printing on the International Supply Chain,” Zhen Chen, Business professor at Lingnan Normal University in China, explains that “3D printing is a rapidly…

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