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  • Fitness Center Observation

    a. Observation. Ms Kowaluk, Stephanie, Fitness Center Manager. It was noted during the inspection that the fitness center manager is doing an excellent job maintaining an accurate log of all deficiencies and documentation of her employees completed training. b. Fire prevention. It was noted that all the fire extinguishers located throughout the facility are not being inspected monthly as required and were overdue annual maintenance. IAW NFPA 10, fire extinguisher shall be subjected to maintenance at an interval not more than 1 year. (29 CFR 1910.157(e)(1) and NFPA 10) RAC 2 = High Recommendation: (1) The fitness manager and staff is responsible for ensuring monthly inspections are conducted and documented in writing. (2) Contact USAG Stuttgart Army Airfield for an appointment (421-4237 or 421-2775) to have the fire extinguisher exchanged (50% of the fire extinguisher can be exchanged without leaving the building). c. Emergency action plan. Emergency evacuation plans or action maps were not available to include procedures for reporting a fire or other emergencies; evacuation assembly area; designated exit routes; procedures for accounting for employees after the evacuation; as well as the name of the (person responsible for maintaining and updating the plan). (29 CFR 1910.38(c)) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Update and re-establish an emergency action plan. d. Fire prevention. The panic hardware for the right-side main entrance and the entrance…

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  • Injection Molding Theory

    THEORY Injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastic parts. A wide variety of products are manufactured using injection molding, which vary greatly in their size, complexity, and application. The injection molding process required the use of an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a mold. The plastic is melted in the injection molding machine and then injected into the mold, where it cools and solidifies into the final part.…

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  • 3D Printing: A Case Study

    different guises; injection molding, multi axis milling. Then again, these methods suffer worse from wastage than additive manufacturing due to the multiple steps involved rather than building from a raw material. This begins with the effects of tooling, which are needed to either mold inside of or tools used to remove material during milling; Table 1 represents the effects of tool manufacture (Morrow, Qi, Kim, Mazumder, & Skerlos, 2007). Table 1. Tooling supply chain manufacturing operations…

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  • Case Study Applied Medical

    years of publicly disclosed financial information, the company has been losing profitability as it grows revenues; moreover, its profit margins are a fraction of those of its competitors ("Securities", 2011). Reduced profitability will prevent the company from offering additional price cuts. If large competitors decide to engage in a discount pricing strategy, Applied Medical 's leadership position in the trocar market will be threatened by products with prominent brand recognition and similar…

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  • Polyurethane Case Study

    Introduction 1.1 Polyurethane polyurethanes were first developed by Otto Bayer and coworkers in 1937. Shortly thereafter, Schollenberger and coworkers used formula modification to prepare elastomeric polyurethane products from Bayer's products that were like nylon or other engineering plastics in physical characteristics. PUs are widely used in coatings, flexible and rigid foams, elastomers, and composites. Reasons for the use of polyurethane coatings include: high performance characteristics…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Molding Tree

    The Molding Tree How are we molded into the people we’re becoming? Do we wake up one day and decide that we hate biological warfare? Does someone program our minds to be decisionless machines until a specific day when everything makes sense? From the time we take our first breaths, until the time we lay down on our deathbed, our minds are being molded into new shapes and ideas. We aren’t shaped by the thick plaster they use to mold clay- no, our minds are much too complicated for that. Instead,…

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  • Personal Reflective Essay: Molding Socialization

    Molding Socialization During the time I was a young child, I can recall staying at home the majority of time with my grandparents and it was difficult for my grandparents and I to communicate with one another. Furthermore, even though I was born in Vietnam, I came to America when I was just one year old and so my first language was actually English so that made it challenging for them to teach me life lessons on how to evaluate my own socialization. What made it even more difficult was that my…

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  • Mothers Day Gift Analysis

    Our options for the wallpaper were plenty through outlets and online resources, hitting pay dirt - we found the exact wallpaper in the reference photo. COST OF WALLPAPER In order to get a good estimate of the wallpaper costs, measure the length of each wall and the height of the ceiling. Once you have all your numbers, you can use an online wallpaper rollage calculator. Mom’s project required 10 rolls. TOTAL COST: $41.23 MOLDING / WALL MOLDINGS Now that we have our…

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  • Veejay Plastic Case Study

    Veejay Plastic is a plastic injection molding company specializing in creating high quality, application specific plastic products and components for various industrial segments. At Veejay Plastic, we use a variety of industrial grade plastics including FDA approved, military grade, and lightweight plastics for aerospace and satellite applications. Our knowledge of plastic materials and advanced injection molding techniques allow us to take up any complex injection molding project. Types of…

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  • Film Analysis: The Edge Of Heaven

    In the movie Auf Anderen Seite (The Edge of Heaven), the father (Ali Aksu) has a very difficult time molding into the German culture because he has very strong Turkish ties, and because of this he is struggling to assimilate. Now on the other hand his son (Nejat Aksu) is having an easier time assimilating (molding) into the German culture well for one reason his age younger people can change their beliefs in a heartbeat because that 's what we do. In addition to that the son in the movie is a…

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