We've tried several different hot plates, with and without trivets and pads to dissipate heat, and ran across a slick set up forum X, posted by Superly and using two layers of reptile mats to generate the heat, controlled by a simple light dimmer switch.
Heroes and Villains - A little light reading. Here you will find a brief history of technology. Initially inspired by the development of batteries, it covers technology in general and includes some interesting little known, or long forgotten, facts as well as a few myths about the development of technology, the science behind it, the context in which it occurred and the deeds of the many ...
The top ten historical events which contributed to the destruction of a healthy diet are presented. These events have created the current decline in health in all English speaking nations or the world where diabetes, cancer, heart disease, bowel diseases, arthritis and many autoimmune diseases are expanding at epidemic rates.
Milling . A mechanical cutting tool creates circuit traces by removing metal along their outlines from a copper-clad substrate. Manual etch mask . An etch mask is manually applied onto a copper-clad substrate, either by drawing trace patterns with a special pen, or by adjoining pre-cut adhesive stripes.
Crystallinity is an important factor when producing pharmaceuticals because it directly affects the bioavailability of the drug. Low-frequency Raman spectroscopy offers some advantages to the detection and analysis of crystallinity in pharmaceutical samples.
Rutherford - A Brief Biography. John Campbell mpbell at .nz (All material is from my book Rutherford Scientist Supreme.The text of this version of the many brief biographies I have written on Rutherford appeared in edited form in the June 2001 issue of The World and I magazine, a publication of the Washington Times Corporation. )
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Prior art: openMill is really cool, but it's not the first or the best table-top mill out there. We're huge fans of the MTM projects at MIT (particularly the work of Jonathan Ward, Ilan Moyer, and Nadya Peek), and Othermill, which were great sources of inspiration and ideas, many of which we shamelessly duplicated.
I for one think this is a great change, and a brilliant post. Absolutely, less time delightedly exploring still more abstruse mistake-theory-legible problems (although these are fun and the theory that total unity is possible feels good) in favor of more time spent on projects such as, "which candidates are really fighting for the people vs. just astroturfed shills" … hear hear!