Material Incentives for a Teen Girl?

How about sleeping in a comfortable bed, eating a nice meal, being able to go on the internet, use of the car

1. Is brass a color or material?

Both, actually. Brass is an alloy of copper and tin. Since it has a particular colour, it is also used as a name or descriptor for the colour

2. How do you keep an ICE CUBE from melting at room tempeture?

Lots of insulating material to minimise absorption of thermal energy from the surroundings. You cannot totally prevent the ice cube from melting, because there will always be a temperature difference of 25 degrees Celsius. What you can do though, is to put insulation. Like styrofoam and such. Do you know what is a thermos/Dewar flask? It keeps its contents at ALMOST the same temperature for a long time, because it minimises the transfer of thermal energy. Placing it in a vacuum only prevents conduction and convection, which require a material medium. Radiation can still operate, but if you really want to minimise radiation, you can use a bag with inside lined with silver. That's crazy.

3. Why is a car dealership liable if a car has major issues, but a real estate agent canu2019t be held liable for major issues covered up when a house is sold (context: Australia)?

I can not speak to Australian law, but certainly in the United States a seller's real estate agent can be held liable for false representations or concealment of material facts in connection with the sale of a property. However, for such liability to attach the buyer must prove that the agent knew or should have known of the true facts and knowingly made the false representation or concealed the material facts. Since the agent never owned the house and never lived in the house, usually the seller's agent only knows the information the seller has told him. It is the seller that bears the principal liability for misrepresentation or concealment of material facts.Also, the context is completely different. In the case of the car, the dealership is the owner of the car and is the seller; the dealership is not simply an agent of the seller without any independent knowledge regarding the car's condition. In the real estate context, the real estate agent is not the seller and is not expected to have any independent knowledge of the property's condition

4. decorative material for walls?

just add wallpaper on your wall

5. Laser vs CNC? What's the best?

This blog post is from the Blog: HowtoLaser.com, comparing the benefits of laser machines vs CNC routing machines. A must for every engraving and laser machine business to review. There are a few main reasons why you would purchase a laser as opposed to a CNC Mill. The 4 main reasons are: Little to no post processing (Flame Polished Edges) In this article we will compare and contrast Laser vs CNC Mill and help explain why to buy a laser. One main advantage that a laser has over a CNC Mill is that there is little to no post processing needed after cutting out a product from its parent material. The laser is able to create a flame polished edge in acrylic for example which would be a cost intensive manual process if the same product was cut on a CNC Mill. The laser is also able to create a higher quality, uniform cut around the product, even in hard to reach places or on small intricate parts, which hand polishing could not achieve. The CNC Mill post processing is time intensive, which means a product will have a higher production cost, resulting in lower profit margins. The second advantage that a laser cutter has over a CNC Mill is the precision of the cut. A trotec laser has the ability to cut a radius of 0.1mm / 0.004 inches and up, where as typically a CNC Mill can only cut down to 2mm / 0.08 inches and up. This means curves and corners will be exactly as designed and have a higher degree of precision. A trotec laser also has a very small kerf value compared to a CNC Mill which means parts can be very closely nested together saving material and lowering overall costs. One of the most contributing factors to a laser purchase is the speed compared to a CNC Mill. A trotec laser is at least twice as fast as a router for most applications. A laser is able to cut thick material in one pass, where as a CNC Mill will need to do multiple passes to cut the same thickness. A laser also does not require the work piece to be clamped down as there is no physical force being applied to the material, so this is a step the laser can eliminate from the manufacturing process. Providing the work piece is flat, the lasers repeatability and reliability to create exact copies each and every time, is much higher than that of a CNC Mill. This confidence in the machine is key to a successful, efficient work environment. The last main advantage that the laser has over the CNC Mill is of course the process costs associated with the use of the machine. As we touched on before, the CNC Mill has many more steps involved in order to create a final product. A CNC Mill requires the user to clamp the work piece, clean and polish / post process the item before getting to the end product. A laser will bypass these steps. A laser has the ability to produce a final product without any post processing or clamping. This may seem a small issue, but it adds up to a significant time and cost saving. Below I have created a table of processing cost breakdowns with typical values, to allow you to quickly see the costs involved in both Laser and CNC Mill cutting. So as you can see there is a pretty large discrepancy in the cost between using a laser and a CNC Mill. Your application might give better or worse results, this table is based around typical acrylic cutting applications. One thing you must keep in mind is labour costs; hiring a part time employee at $20 an hour quickly racks up unnecessary costs to flame polish the edges of a material, where a laser will be able to create a finished product, which saves on overheads, increases profit margins and dramatically decreases setup time. If you are considering to buy a laser, I would strongly suggest you have a look at our friends Trotec laser. They sell the highest quality, most precise consumer and industrial solutions available on the market. That's it for now

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Classify the Materials and Describe Any Three Material Types.?
Classify the Materials and Describe Any Three Material Types.?
Classify the materials and describe any three material types.?solid,liquid and gas ice,water and steam— — — — — —MaterialThe two-disc album contains 63 select pieces of Murray Gold's incidental music from the 2010 series of Doctor Who, as well as two bonus tracks sold on iTunes UK. These bonus tracks were later included in the eleven disc version of The 50th Anniversary Collection. Just like the other four albums preceding it, the soundtrack's vocal numbers were largely performed by Melanie Pappenheim, Yamit Mamo and Dorie Jackson, while the fully orchestral pieces were performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. For tracks such as "The Beast Below", "The Vampires of Venice", "Cab for Amy Pond", "Amy in the TARDIS", and "I Am the Doctor", the group vocals were done by the Crouch End Festival Chorus. For the series' new opening sequence, Gold rearranged the Doctor Who theme for the third time, including the track's bridge section that he had originally excluded during the first season. Gold notes in the album's booklet that "Steven Moffat wanted a new theme. I wanted it to sound a bit reckless. I got it a big brass riff at the front, and a sped-up tempo". As well as the theme song, most of the recurring themes for the season were introduced in the opening episode, "The Eleventh Hour", including Amy's childhood themes ("Little Amy", "Can I Come With You?", "Little Amy: The Apple", "Amy in the TARDIS") and the Eleventh Doctor's themes, "I Am the Doctor" and "The Mad Man With A Box", replacing tracks previously associated with the Ninth and Tenth Doctors ("The Doctor's Theme" and "The Doctor Forever"). After the track debuted in "The Eleventh Hour", multiple variations of "I Am the Doctor" appeared in every episode of the fifth series, from "The Eleventh Hour" to "The Big Bang". For the sixth and seventh series, Gold continued to write variations of "I Am the Doctor", until the Eleventh Doctor's swan song, "The Time of the Doctor". Like most of the series' ongoing themes, "The Mad Man With A Box" debuted during "The Eleventh Hour", and spoke about the Doctor's unique relationship with his TARDIS. The track contains several vocal lines by Melanie Pappenheim, but they are omitted from the fully orchestral arrangement used in the series. Her partner, Yamit Mamo also lent her own vocals for "Can I Come With You?", and the track's subsequent variation, "Amy in TARDIS". But unlike most of the other tracks on the soundtrack, "Amy's Theme", debuted in the second episode of the season, "The Beast Below", during Amy's first trip to the distant future. In the album's booklet, Gold states that "Amy's Theme" 'evolved' after she first traveled with the Doctor, in the same way as Rose Tyler's theme from the first (2005) and second series (2006). For "Amy's Theme", Pappenheim performed the track's main vocal lines, while the Crouch End Festival Chorus performed the closing section. For "The Time of Angels" / "Flesh and Stone" and "The Pandorica Opens" / "The Big Bang", Gold replaced River Song's ethereal-like themes from the fourth series (2008), with more militant and synthesized tracks such as "River's Path", "River Runs Through It", and "A River of Tears". For "Victory of the Daleks" and "The Hungry Earth" / "Cold Blood", Gold also rearranged "The Daleks", and composed a new theme for the Silurians. Along with "The Daleks", Gold continued to write variations of "All the Strange, Strange Creatures", "The Doctor's Theme", "Corridors and Fire Escapes", "March of the Cybermen", "A Special Sort of Bus", "The Runaway Bride", "Final Days", "A Dream of Catastrophe", "Evolution of the Daleks", "Midnight", "The Greats of Past Time", "A Pressing Need to Save the World", "All in the Balance", "The Song of Song", "The World Waits", and "The Cybermen", though only some of these variations were featured on the soundtrack. On July 24-25, 2010, conductor Ben Foster, vocalist Yamit Mamo, and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales performed variations of several tracks from Series 5, including "Doctor Who XI", "Down to Earth", "Little Amy", "Fish Custard", "I Am The Doctor", "The Mad Man With A Box", "The Beast Below", "Amy's Theme", "Victory of the Daleks", "Battle in the Sky", "Signora Rosanna Calvierri", "The Vampires of Venice", "The Majestic Tale (Of a Mad Man in a Box)", "The Silurians", "With Love, Vincent", "Beneath Stonehenge", "The Pandorica", "Words Win Wars", "The Life and Death of Amy Pond", "The Patient Centurion", and "The Same Sonic", during the 2010 Doctor Who Prom.
Where Did the DPRK Get Its Nuclear Material?
Where Did the DPRK Get Its Nuclear Material?
Where did the DPRK get its nuclear material?Every single country has uranium... it's literally as common as granite.nMaking plutonium is literally as easy as putting uranium in a carbon block; it took only 6 months to make enough for a bomb in the Manhattan Project.nSpecifically, make a block of pyrolytic carbon about 30 feet on a side and 10 feet thick. Put stainless steel tubes through it, and fill the tubes with water, flowing through. Now put natural uranium rods, cut into convenient lengths, say a yard, and push them through the core at the rate of about adding one every 2 days.nProcess the rods that come out the far side for plutonium, it should be around 99% Pu239. nLiterally, the hardest bit is making the fluid locks for rod insertion and collection. But since you don't want to drive machinery or use the heat for anything, you could, if desperate, just dump the water which will be mildly radioactive.Where did the DPRK get its nuclear material?.— — — — — —What would happen if a large amount of nuclear material was placed inside a volcano?It would melt and mix in with the molten rock. There would be no nuclear or geological reaction. You clearly do not understand how nuclear reactions take place.— — — — — —What happens if Fukushima nuclear core becomes exposed?The only reason they do not want it to become exposed is to prevent radioactive dust from escaping into the atmosphere. The fuel itself is solid and nothing will really happen if it's exposed to air. It does not explode, it does not burn spontaneously, nothing like that. They avoid putting rods too close to each other to reduce the (already extremely low) risk of a chain reaction occuring. Basically if you pile enough uranium rods together close enough you can make a self-sustaining reactor (critical mass) but you would require quite a few rods to be very close together. Still, just to make sure there is no chance of that happening, they keep the rods at a distance from one another. Contraty to what most people believe, nuclear material is not explosive or particularly flammable under 99.9% of conditions. I was a lab instructor for nuclear physics labs in university, we had a small, sealed, radioactive sample and it was dropped onto the floor during one lab. One of the students gasped in fear and. nothing happened. I could have put a lighter up to the sample or thrown it against a brick wall and it would never explode or burn any more than the plastic it is encassed in would. The ONLY time nuclear material can heat up and potentially cause a fire or explode is when you arrange a large quantity of very pure fissionable material very close together. I hope that clears things up ;)— — — — — —so.. urmm... why was a CIA agent supplying nuclear material to Al Quaeda?I could just scream. Sincerely, Capt Binghamton USN— — — — — —Did the US government put any controls in place to specifically prevent a wealthy private individual from creating a nuclear weapon?Yes. All nuclear material; weaponized or not; falls under the responsibility of the Department of Energy. If the Navy wants to send out a nuclear missile sub, these guys bring the nukes to the sub. These guys inventory and monitor all the icbms, and most importantly, they control the distribution of nuclear (they call it fissile) material. In order to buy nuclear material in the US, you have to go through this governement organization; just like all of the nuclear power plants in this country, which happen to be privately owned. It is incredibly ill-advised to get your own material, like disappear-to-a-black-site level of bad idea— — — — — —SO what was the Iranian doing trying to get nuclear material through customs?The Russians are keeping us all "safe". Not— — — — — —Why on earth would anyone think it's okay for the mullahs of Iran to possess nuclear material?I think they are tired of the back and forth fighting with Israel. So they are at a point where they want to end it all, even if it costs their lives— — — — — —Do you think it was appropriate for Hillary to give Russians all that nuclear materials and accept millions from Russians?Hillary did not "give" Russians any nuclear material. She simply stamped her approval for a Russian company to have control of about 20% of the North American uranium production.Then her and Bill collected millions of dollars from the various players.
Building Materials Made From Hemp (E.g. Hempcrete)?
Building Materials Made From Hemp (E.g. Hempcrete)?
type "NORML" in your search bar. everything you could want to know about herb is on their site1. what are the best building materials for a half gas half charcoal bbq?When it comes to bbq's, brick or a hard ceramic/concrete are the best (avoid lots of metal), most basic materials could be found at home depot/lowes/ace... But im sure there are specialty materials online somewhere2. What are the HSN codes for building materials like Rodi, Badarpur, etc., under GST?6813 Hsn For Building Stones:- Friction material and articles thereof (for example, sheets, rolls, strips, segments, discs, washers, pads), not mounted, for brakes, for clutches or the like, with a basis of asbestos, of other mineral substances or of cellulose, whether or not combined with textiles or other materials. 28% gst rate is appliacble.Find HSN Code List with GST Rate | Search HSN Code for GST India.2517 Hsn for Sands, rodi etc:- Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone, of a kind commonly used for concrete aggregates, for road metalling or for railway or other ballast, shingle and flint, whether or not heat-treated; macadam of slag, dross or similar industrial waste, whether or not incorporating the materials cited in the first part of the heading; tarred macadam; grenules cheeping and powder of stones heading 2515 or 2516 whether or not heat. 5% gst rate is appliacble. What are the HSN codes for building materials like Rodi, Badarpur, etc., under GST?3. what would be a good major for someone who likes "building materials"?Carpentry, Architecture. anything along those lines, even an electrician4. What are the building materials, crops, and livestock my post-apocalyptic community needs to survive?Building materials - Stones and clay. Clay mixed with leftovers of your second point. Crops Any winter cereals. Of which canola is part of (for that good good oil) and Hordeum, hordeum is so nasty that sometimes it's considered as weed. It also have good grain for making clear alcohol. Livestock - If you are there to stay (see building) you do not need to worry about livestock. You can herd anything. From Lama to pigs. Of course every type have it own pros and cons (pigs need same amount of food as adult human while goats need to reproduce every years, Sheep give nice wool but cows give more meat and milk). You main concern at the start wold be to recognize what type of soil you have. Acidic or not. Do you need to fertilize it to an exceed or not. Because from this you can make decision about A) crop and B) livestock. If you need phosphorus and nitrogen (and to be honest you need that always) you need to introduce that to your livestock diet. Those elements are not well digest so animals excrete them. Excrement is then used as fertilizer. But again - phosphorus comes naturally in plants BUT monogastric (like swines or poultry) animals do not have enzyme to digest it (so they shit with it but do not absorb any so it's have no impact on their grow). Ruminants (like cows) have that ability so they are not only able to absorb this element but also create source of it for your crops. Of course you can "force" monogastric to produce more phos and nitro by lowering their energetic intake. But that will result in their slower grown and less meat. So you need to make a decision if you are able to feed some type of animal not for food but as a creator of fertilizer.5. What are recycled building materials?recycled building materials are composed of renewable, rather than nonrenewable resources. Green materials are environmentally responsible because impacts are considered over the life of the product (Spiegel and Meadows, 1999). Depending upon project-specific goals, an assessment of green materials may involve an evaluation of one or more of the criteria listed below.6. Building materials for a floating island?Structurally it can be made out of 1X pine material as much as 2X4's. All the joints will have to be cut on a miter sw, glued and either reinforced with wood you cut or metal corner brackets. Once you make the frame you can cover it with 1/4" MDF paneling to match your kitchen. Drawers will have to be built by you, and then use drawer glides, that part is easy. You will use a heavy duty wheel assembly that has locks on the wheels to keep it where you want it until ready to move. Keep the top simple by using 3/4" plywood and either ceramic tile or think about upgrading to 12" x 12" granite or marble. With only being 18" across you have to be concerned about it being top heavy though. You can get all the materials at Home Depot as a one stop shop. Wheels, drawer glides, nails, screws, brackets in Hardware. Pine and MDF in the lumber/millwork department, paint or stain obviously in Paint, and tile in the floor and wall department
Gaming  Material
Gaming Material
Gaming materialNain Jaune or Yellow Dwarf requires the following: a standard 52-card French pack; a game board with five compartments (often removable) or "boxes" representing, at the four corners, the ten of diamonds, the jack of clubs, the queen of spades, and the king of hearts; and, in the centre, the seven of diamonds or Nain Jaune ("Yellow Dwarf");[b] chips (jetons and/or fiches) that can be of different colours, shapes and values (one, five and ten points for example) equally distributed among the players at the beginning of the game to the value of 50 to 120 points per player.— — — — — —Material AnalysisPresent day material analysis conducted on the two codices supports the timeline depicted in the manuscripts. Researchers in archaeological science detected gypsum and indigo fluorescence that corresponds with the types of dyes used in Mesoamerica, yet later portions of the codices also contained inorganic pigments commonly used in Europe during the second half of the sixteenth century. These results are consistent with the idea that native Mesoamerican methods and European methods of dye creation and history recording were prevalent during the period of the codices birth. It is likely that Mesoamerican traditions in Tlapa-Tlachniollan existed during and succeeding Spanish conquest— — — — — —Chemical materialAccording to statistics, by 1984, there were actually about 9 million chemical substances in the world, of which about 43% were materials. Although the number of materials is large, if classified according to chemical composition, it can be summarized into three categories: metal materials, inorganic non-metal materials and composite materials. MetalSteel is an important metal material in the chemical industry of China. In 2016, the annual production of steel of the world is 1621 million tons, of which 804 million tons are produced in China (49.6%), 105 million tons are produced in Japan (6.5%), 89 million tons are produced in India (5.5%), 79 million tons are produced in US (4.9%). China's production of steel increased from 100 million tons in 2000 to 250 million tons in 2004. It caused rising demand for raw materials which is necessary for steel production, included pig iron, iron ore, scrap metal, lime and dolomite, coke and coal. The price of iron ore increased by over 70% from 2004 to 2005. Thus, in December 2005, China decided to limit production of steel to not more than 400 million tons per year within five years, in order to lower the increasing rate of raw material prices. Non-metalIn 2016, China ethyl alcohol and other basic organic chemicals markets and plastic materials and resins market were valued at $137 and $184 billion respectively, which had 9% and 10% growth rates. China is the largest producer and exporter plastic materials market in the world. The main driver of this market is the expanded application of ethanol in China. The demand for ethanol in China is about 2.3 million tons now. China has a key operating division, Chenguang Institute, which has developed a number of advanced epoxy resin, organic silicone, polymer material and specialty engineering plastics. It has signed a JV agreement with DuPont's high-performance polymer division, to produce and sale premixed rubber and raw fluro-rubber. The JV agreement included the establishment of an ultra-modern pre-mixed rubber factory in Shanghai and it began to operate in 2011. Composite materialThe composite material is new structural material. It is characterized by a combination of volumetric strength, volumetric stiffness and corrosion resistance over metallic materials. It is composed of a matrix material such as synthetic resin, metal or ceramic, and a reinforcing material composed of inorganic or organic synthetic fibres. There are a variety of substrates and reinforcing materials so that a selective fit can be made to produce various composites with satisfactory performance, which has a broader prospect for chemical materials. Sinochem and Shanghai Chemical Industry Institute have set up a laboratory for composite materials. The two sides will jointly develop technology, transform the results and apply in the industry of carbon fiber and its curing resins, in order to promote the technologies and products of high-performance composite materials and facilitate its industrialization and marketization. At present, this laboratory has launched a project to research and develop the spray-free carbon fiber composite material. At first, this material will be applied to new energy cars, which can not only reduce the weight of the cars but also reduce the cost of applying composite materials while improving production efficiency significantly.
Material
Material
MaterialRecorders with a plastic head joint or made completely of plastic are widely used. Soprano recorders are made from various woods such as maple, pear, boxwood, rosewood, olive, African blackwood, "rosewood", or ebony— — — — — —By regionBy sizeBy architectBy building materialList of Brick Gothic buildings List of Brick Romanesque buildings List of cobblestone buildings— — — — — —Copying and preservation of materialThe library operates a strict policy on copying of material. Until fairly recently, personal photocopying of library material was not permitted, as there was concern that copying and excessive handling would result in damage. However individuals may now copy most material produced after 1900, and a staff-mediated service is provided for certain types of material dated between 1801 and 1900. Handheld scanners and digital cameras are also permitted for use on most post-1900 publications and digital cameras may also be used, with permission, with older material. The Library will supply digital scans of most pre-1801 material. Microform copies have been made of many of the most fragile items in the library's collection, and these are substituted for the originals whenever possible. The library publishes digital images of objects in its collection through its Digital Bodleian service— — — — — —Further materialClemens, Jim (2003) -. North Wales Steam Lines No. 6 (DVD). Uffington, Shropshire: B&R Video Productions. BRVP No 79.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link) Dunn, J.M. (September 1958). Cooke, B.W.C. (ed.). "The Afonwen Line-1". The Railway Magazine. London: Tothill Press Limited. 104 (689).— — — — — —Archival materialRobert Waller's papers are in the process of being lodged with the Special Collections at the University of Reading. Much of the material is already there; more will follow. Jennifer Glanville is managing this process.— — — — — —How can you test whether a material is plastic or metal?What type of plastic?u201cPlasticu201d just means it is a material that forms long chain polymers.Plastics can be insulating, dielectric or even conductive. Plastics can be thermal conductors, thermal insulators, or even good heat sinks. The design use will give a clue. If a magnet sticks it is most likely ferrous metal.If it foams when you apply acidu2026 probably metal.If inert to both acid and caustic it is probably one of the most common plastics. If it loses color and degrades in sunlight, suspect polyethylene.Hard to ID a mystery material for sure without destructive testing.— — — — — —Reinforcement materialThe technique of using scrim as a reinforcement occurs commonly in the manufacture of glass-fiber or carbon-fiber composites: scrim layers may cover the exterior surface of the carbon-fiber laminate for an improved protective surface. Jute scrim can reinforce plaster in sculpture, when casting or working directly in plaster. A similar usage of the term is found in sailcloth manufacture, where scrim is a strong loose weave of fibres laminated into the cloth to provide extra strength and stability to sails. In carpentry, scrim is a very heavy, coarsely-woven fabric (similar to hessian or to coarse canvas) which is stretched over interior boards to provide support for wallpaper and to add an extra rigidity. This method of construction, widely used in older houses, is often referred to[by whom?] as "scrim and sarking", the sarking being the board. Scrim is also an item that utilizes plies of tissue reinforced with a layer of nylon (much like fishing line or heavy duty monofilament) or cotton thread. 2-ply tissue 1-ply scrim[sentence fragment] the layer of scrim is not counted in the ply count. 2/1 would be a 2-ply scrim. Scrim is a glass fibre (previously burlap) open-mesh tape used to cover joints in plasterboard/wall board prior to plastering. It prevents a crack appearing in the plaster finish at a later date. The roll of tape may be plain or adhesive-coated to facilitate its installation. Scrim was handed out[by whom?] during World War II to tape windows, so that they should not cause hazardous shrapnel in case of bomb blasts.— — — — — —Granular materialA granular material is a conglomeration of discrete solid, macroscopic particles characterized by a loss of energy whenever the particles interact (the most common example would be friction when grains collide). The constituents that compose granular material are large enough such that they are not subject to thermal motion fluctuations. Thus, the lower size limit for grains in granular material is about 1 μm. On the upper size limit, the physics of granular materials may be applied to ice floes where the individual grains are icebergs and to asteroid belts of the Solar System with individual grains being asteroids. Research into granular materials is thus directly applicable and goes back at least to Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, whose law of friction was originally stated for granular materials. Granular materials are commercially important in applications as diverse as pharmaceutical industry, agriculture, and energy production. Powders are a special class of granular material due to their small particle size, which makes them more cohesive and more easily suspended in a gas. The soldier/physicist Brigadier Ralph Alger Bagnold was an early pioneer of the physics of granular matter and whose book The Physics of Blown Sand and Desert Dunes remains an important reference to this day. According to material scientist Patrick Richard, "Granular materials are ubiquitous in nature and are the second-most manipulated material in industry (the first one is water)". In some sense, granular materials do not constitute a single phase of matter but have characteristics reminiscent of solids, liquids, or gases depending on the average energy per grain. However, in each of these states granular materials also exhibit properties which are unique. Granular materials also exhibit a wide range of pattern forming behaviors when excited (e.g. vibrated or allowed to flow). As such granular materials under excitation can be thought of as an example of a complex system.
Best Cement/concrete/material to Build Skateboard Features?
Best Cement/concrete/material to Build Skateboard Features?
best is buy dry cement to do it1. Guys, what do you mean when you say the girl is "hot"?Hot = Sexually Attractive Cute = Dating material Pretty = Good looking and not just sexually also dating material2. What is the most absorbent material to make cloth diaper out of?Hi! As a cloth diaper seamstress, I highly recommend using heavy organic bamboo fleece. The important part of the diaper is the soaker system. The soaker system needs to be at least 9 layers or more. You can make this work by snapping in fold over soakers with hidden layers of hemp. Fitted cloth diapers will be your most absorbent type of cloth diaper. If you'd like more details feel free to visit this post: nFitted Cloth Diapers ExplainedWhat is the most absorbent material to make cloth diaper out of?.3. What do you think of this?The Obama/Palin story gives you a lot of material with which to work. I wonder if you will find a way to weave-in Obama's wife? The Hillary/Palin story has TONS of possibilities!! As Hillary and Sarah sat comfortably sipping over-priced chablis and spitting anti-male epithets, the late-shift hostess walked briskly from the kitchen carrying a stainless steel pitcher of ice water. Walking directly to the table where Hillary and Sarah were busy flirting, the buxom hostess, stops abruptly at the table, glaring daggers at Sarah. Raising the pitcher, the hostess promptly pours the ice water over Sarah's head, and steps back, eyes ablaze. Hillary leaps up at once. "I BEG your pardon. . .," she begins, just as the angry hostess, icily snarls at Sarah, "You two-timing beotch!" Sarah, now drenched, cries, "Monica Lewinsky! I am NOT your property! We broke up two months ago!!! You stay away from me!! My girlfriend is an attorney!! I will have her slap a restraining order on you and your golly-gee blue dress!! Do you understand?!?" I hope ya get published!4. What kind of pants or jeans can be bleached to white without burning the material?Using bleach once NEVER "burns" materials, but it wo not work. Buy a pair of painter's pants5. (Self-)publishing a book using copyrighted material - adaptation for younger readersWhat do you mean by 'publish'? There is a ton of derivative work on the internet which is pretty much left alone so long as it is not for profit. Fanfiction.net has 57.2K stories spun off from LotR and 12.7K spun off from The Hobbit! I think if you want to distribute your piece, publish it online as a blog post and send people the link and do NOT ask for money6. Can the water of crystallization of a material be separated?Yes, put the substance with the water of crystallisation in a dry distillation apparatus and heat it, thge water will be driven off the substance and will be cooled by the condenser and collect in the receiver.Can the water of crystallization of a material be separated?Can the water of crystallization be isolated?7. Can I build a house with this material?No chuck can bust Thur any thing8. Is there a way I can find out what my karma is with my mother?Thanks for the A2A, Anonymous. Good that you are asking the question. The first thing you have to realize is that we are all a mystery to ourselves and to others. We have ancient drives and tendencies, even if layered over by some civilization, that we scarcely understand. We all have a forgotten past stretching back to experiences, collective forces, and even our genetic ancestors. The best we can do in situations like yours is to admit this: we either have a tendency that we see mirrored in the other, however much we would wish to deny it, or we have been that way in the past and owe a kind of debt to those we offended and who we think on a whim should just forgive us. Experiencing being on the receiving side is the best way we can learn what not to do to others. And I mean learning on a deep level, not just as a toy intellectual exercise that we can use in parlor talk. I have learned as much from the errors of others as I have from what I think I know from my own realization. All is grist for the mill. All those left over scraps that seem like such useless fragments of a life can be grind up as material for the bread of understanding. This bread one can offer endlessly as spiritual food to others who struggle as we have.
What Are the Material of the Car Rims?
What Are the Material of the Car Rims?
What is the Difference Between a Seal and a Gasket? Gaskets and seals are words that are commonly heard in engineering conversations and they are very common in usage in many different fields of engineering and manufacturing. So what is the difference between a seal and a gasket? A gasket is a static seal, that is a component that prevents the leakage of fluids between two components that are static i.e does not move. In contrast, seals are dynamic in that there can be an element of movement or even an entire system in place with several moving components. It's particularly important to understand the difference if you are the one purchasing the piece of equipment and understanding what one demands a knowledge of what the other is. For those of us who work in similar fields or maintain a hobby that requires some knowledge of components, it's quite useful to know the difference so that you are looking for the right thing, as for these two elements of design, the purposes are not that different, but their application certainly is. There are many different types of gasket and they vary greatly in size and material including: Ceramic gaskets can be used for high-temperature applications in various industries such as automotive, boiler and fire trades. The properties of the ceramic material allow this. The material is also good at withstanding temperature extremes, the extent to which is governed by the material's grade. Neoprene is used to make many things, and neoprene gaskets are ideal for scenarios where strength and flexibility are required so has its uses in construction, lighting and even aerospace technologies. Good at resisting ageing and seawater, the product has a long effective life under normal working conditions. Used where there needs to be a water and airtight seal. Silicone sponge gaskets are used when a seal is required to prevent heat transfer between components. The material lends itself to being highly customisable and can withstand large temperature extremes typically between -60 and 200 degrees. In contrast to silicone rubber, the silicone sponge gasket can be clamped down on more inhospitable sealing surfaces. EPDM is an acronym for the material Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer and this type of gasket is used for inhospitable sealing surfaces and can handle strong levels of compression. In comparison, a seal is a dynamic component or set of components that prevent the leakage of fluids. There are many different types of seal including: EPDM seals are typically produced in a rubber or sponge variant. The rubber variety does not compress like the sponge variety between the two components but the aim of both types of seal is to prevent fluid seepage. This type of seal has been recommended for applications such as draft exclusion. PTFE seals have the second lowest coefficient of friction of any solid material and as such are suitable where moving parts need to glide over surfaces effortlessly and smoothly. Where bearings and gears are concerned, this is a necessity. PTFE seals are ideal in electrical applications including circuit boards as one of its properties is that PTFE is non-conducting. Components that are often used in the same space as gaskets include strips, sheeting, pads and washers. Each has its own purpose in the build of any component but may often be made of similar materials.1. Units for Electrical and Thermal conductivity?Electrical conductivity is the reciprocal (inverse) of electrical resistivity and has the SI units of siemens per metre (Sm-1) i.e. if the electrical conductance between opposite faces of a 1-metre cube of material is 1 siemens then the material's electrical conductivity is 1 Siemens per metre. Electrical conductivity is commonly represented by the Greek letter , but or are also occasionally used. Thermal conductivity is defined as the quantity of heat, Q, transmitted during time t through a thickness x, in a direction normal to a surface of area A, due to a temperature difference T, under steady state conditions and when the heat transfer is dependent only on the temperature gradient. Typical units are SI: W/(mK) and English units: Btuft/(hftF). To convert between the two, use the relation 1 Btuft/(hftF) = 1.730735 W/(mK).2. Ramadan: Who are the real terrorists?As far as the justification of actions is concerned even devil offers hundreds for his actions but we have a mirror which reflects devil as devil and angel as angel. "A stronger (person or group of persons or a nation) who terrifies weaker (person or group of persons or a nation) in any way to loot his legal property (material or immaterial)".3. Why can't the big guns like Marvel & DC (and others) offer a CHEAP edition of their comics?Marvel and DC do reprints of their old material in Essential and Showcase formats respectively. It's essentially (pardon the pun) 500 pages of material with cheap paper stock and in black-and-white As for current material, I think publishers do not think they recoup costs if they publish in that format, which you can understand when the mid-low selling titles from the big 2 sell around 20k-ish and the average Vertigo sells around 10k-15k. This is compared to USA Today selling 2.25mil per weekday (according to Wikipedia). So sales and advertising revenue per week or even day, are already much higher than the average comic makes in a year Now I am sure if comics reduced their prices more people would pick them up so there would be some sort of compromise but at the same time, there probably are not enough readers in teh current market there to justify selling them at such a low cost Image recently tried the cheaper comics format at $1.99 each with Fell and Casanova. And while both do pretty well, neither are even getting close to 50k in sales when they come out every month. If readers were receptive to getting cheaper comics which provide more bang for their buck, you would expect these titles to sell at 100k with the X-Men and JLAs but they do not . So cutting prices may not see the mass increase in readeship you would expect
What Is the Difference Between Pet and Plastic Film?, Foshan Cailong Metallic...
What Is the Difference Between Pet and Plastic Film?, Foshan Cailong Metallic...
What Is the Difference Between PET and Plastic Film? What are PET Film and Plastic Film? Broadly speaking, plastic film is defined as a continuous form of plastic material that is very thin, generally ranging from thicknesses of 0.00025" (0.06mm) up to 0.010" (0.25mm). It is often wound on a core, or cut into pieces. Any thicker plastic one is often called a "sheet". There is film that is made of simple plastics or film made up of some complicated arrangement of distinct coatings and compounds. Plastic film can be manufactured out of various plastic resins, such as PVC, PP, PE, and PET film plastic, each with its own unique physical properties that are differently suited to different applications. Here just name some of the few. None Polypropylene or PP film is actually a kind of thermoplastic with high clarity and high gloss. It has a higher melting point than other types of materials, making it perfect to be used in an application requires sterilization under high temperature. None Polycarbonate (PC) film is an amorphous thermoplastic film mainly used in engineering. It has remarkable mechanical, optical, and electrical properties, and is extremely tough and has outstanding impact resistance. None Polyethylene terephthalate (sometimes written as polyethylene terephthalate), commonly abbreviated PET, PETE or PET film plastic, has found its application in laminates, membrane circuitry, electronic insulation, etc. None PVC Vinyl film, also called polyvinyl chloride, is a versatile, cheap thermoplastic film. The most outstanding point of it is that it can be easily die-cut and is printable with conventional screen and offset printing methods. None Low-density polyethylene (LDPE or PE) film, is known for the largest volume commodity thermoplastic and the cheapest packaging film. It is easy to be processed and can be combined with other additives, such as EVA, HDPE, LLDPE, fillers, pigments which aim to alter its basic properties. A few limits of PE are the poor weathering resistance, poor temperature capability, and bonding. On top of that, PET film, High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) film, Linear Low-density Polyethylene (LLDPE) film, and Polyamide or Nylon film belong to the range of plastic film. From the above introduction, a clear conclusion can be made: PET film is a kind of plastic film. Besides all the different materials it can be made out of, plastic film can be clear, colored, smooth, rough, functionally embossed, opaque or semi-transparent. So when you are looking for plastic film for your application, our goal is to help you get to the specifics. How to Recognize PET Film from Plastic Films? It is said that there is a quick way to recognize PET - a burning experiment. Make the PET film be ignited with fire, and if the film immediately melts, then it is not a PET film. PET film can endure high temperatures up to 270 C. PETE or PET is the most frequently adopted thermoplastic polymer on earth. It is well-known in the textile industry by the trade name "polyester." It's a fundamentally see-through and semi-crystalline substance utilized as the fiber, let's say, in clothing. According to WIKI, the majority of the world's PET production is for synthetic fibers, excessing 60%, while the bottle accounting for about 30%. Polyester makes up about 18% of world polymer production. Generally, when PET film is combined with other materials like glass fiber or carbon nanotubes, it acts as an engineering plastic to significantly increase the material's strength. It's an effective moisture barrier most applied in packaging and bottling industries. Some of the most important features of PET include water resistance, high strength, transmissivity, chemical resistance, heat resistance, and dimensional stability. Among all these features, there are some most distinguishable ones. -Chemical Resistance: PET does not have a reaction with food or water. That's just the reason why it's frequently employed for consumable packaging. -Transmissivity: Polyethylene terephthalate (PETE or PET) is naturally transparent. That said, if high transmissivity is desired then plastics like PET or Polycarbonate may be better choices. -PET film plastic is generally "thermoplastic" (as opposed to "thermoset") material which illustrates how the plastic responds to heat. According to the burning experiment, PET turns to liquid at its melting point (roughly 270 degrees Celsius). But PET is already known as a kind of film with the highest melting point among other frequently used types. A major useful attribute about thermoplastics is that they can be heated to their melting point, cooled, and reheated again without significant degradation. This advantage makes it be easily injection molded and then subsequently recycled. -Shatter-proof: PET film wo not crack or fracture. This leaves it a fantastic replacement for glass for being a container. Exactly Why Is PET Film Plastic Employed So Frequently? PET is unique in that it is virtually shatterproof, extremely high strength to weight ratio and no reaction with food and water. Its wide availability, a broad range of features, and low price make it a nearly unbeatable solution for consumable product packaging. Besides, for example, in the textile industry, if combined with other materials, such as cotton, it can reduce wrinkling, shrinking, and makes the fabric more resistant to tears. Without additives to maximize its own strength, PET film plastic remains quite strong and sturdy, and this follows significantly less materials required in packaging. This means that less fuel is obligatory for transportation when using PET packaging. Studies of PET have consistently shown it to be a highly sustainable material with positivity. During the polymerization of PET resin, various distinct physical properties of PET can be imparted into the final product. Through the addition of chemicals such as slip modifiers, surface modifiers, or color additives, the film's surface can be added with various finishes or high gloss. PET film plastic can be obtained commercially within a variety of all widths, thicknesses, and possessions determined by the requirements of users. It can be made as a single layer or can be coextruded with other co-polymers into a multilayer film encompassing the desired characteristics of each material.1. Stihl Chainsaw doggy when throtled?there is a couple of things that usually make this symptom. Cracked fuel line... fuel pump side of the carburettor pumps air through the cracked fuel line to the carburettor delivering interuped fuel supply starving the motor (this is most likely as material of Stihl fuel lines crack alot) Second is a blocked filter screen inside carburettor not allowing fuel into the bleed passages therefor starving the engine of fuel2. How to eliminate echo and background noise from captured audio?A small room would be better to eliminate echos. Anything in the room to absorb background and ambient sound will be helpful. The mattress answer probably meant to eliminate the fan noise from the computer. It's overkill by a bunch. Usually anything fabric can help I recommend curtains for small home studios on the walls and windows with the other walls covered in something absorbing. In one radio station I built small studios with Large frames on the wall covered entirely with fabric backed with home insulation. an old trick is egg crate like material used on the walls.3. How is heat shrink sleeve manufacturedA heat-shrinkable sleeve starts out with a thick extruded polyolefin sheet (polyethylene or. Polypropylene.) that is formulated to be cross-linkable. After extruding the thick sheet, it is taken to the "beam" where it is passed under a unit that subjects the sheet to electron irradiation. The irradiation process cross-links the polyolefin. This improves the molecular structure such that the polyolefin will work as part of a heat-shrinkable sleeve and provide the required level of mechanical protection while in-service. It makes the polyolefin perform more like a tough, heat-resistant, elastic material, than like a plastic material..After cross-linking, the sheet is stretched by feeding it into a machine that heats it up, stretches it and cools it down. Because the sheet has been cross-linked, after stretching, it will want to recover to its original length when re-heated
Cutting Plastic Waste: Kirin to Use 50% Recycled Plastic in PET Materials by 2027
Cutting Plastic Waste: Kirin to Use 50% Recycled Plastic in PET Materials by 2027
Cutting plastic waste: Kirin to use 50% recycled plastic in PET materials by 2027The firm is aiming to cut plastic waste by promoting the recycling of PET bottles; eliminating single-use plastic and replacing it with other materials; andimproving the sustainability of PET bottles. To promote recycling, the firm will work with national, local government, and industry organisations to create an efficient collection and reuse system for high-quality used PET bottles. "We do not believe that Kirin alone can achieve the goal. We believe that it is necessary for all stakeholders, including peer companies in the same industry, distributors, plastic recyclers, and even the administration to be united in building a system to achieve the goal," company spokesman Toshiaki Hyoudou told FoodNavigator-Asia. Elaborating on the collaboration between different players, he said that the National Food Drink Federation had agreed to make recycling boxes available at places with vending machines to collect used beverage containers. To encourage sorted collection, the recycling boxes for collecting used PET bottles are also labelled as "exclusively for PET bottles". The firm last year also endorsed the Soft Drink Business Plastic Resource Reclamation Declaration issued by the Japan Soft Drink Association last November. This is an initiative aimed at the 100% effective utilisation of PET bottles for zero waste by 2030. In 2017, only 3% of Kirin's PET materials used recycled plastic and some products use 100% recycled resin PET bottles. According to The Council for PET Bottle Recycling, the recycling rate of PET bottles in Japan is highest in the world. In year 2017, out of the 587,000 tonnes of PET bottles sold, Japan achieved a PET bottle recycling rate of 84.8%, which was 0.9% higher than the previous year. Elsewhere in Europe, the recycling rate was 41.8%, while that of the US was 20.9%. Besides increasing PET bottle recycling, Kirin also plans to create PET bottles with more sustainable means, such as considering the use of non-edible plants. Toshiaki said that doing so would help to reduce the dependence on petroleum resources. This approach has been already been adopted by some food firms. PepsiCo India last year said that it would launch its first plant-based packaging for Frito-Lay and KurKure snack products in a bid to tackle domestic plastic waste.— — — — — —Plastic pollution causing health crisis in poorer countries, says reportDumped and burned rubbish, especially plastic waste, is responsible for the death of one person every 30 seconds in developing countries, according to a new report. Published yesterday (14 May), the report examines the impact of plastic pollution on poorer communities around the world and calls for producers of plastic waste to take action to reduce their single-use waste. Titled 'No time to waste: Tackling the plastic pollution crisis before it's too late', the report comes from a group of charities working across the intersection of international aid and environmental conservation: disaster relief charity Tearfund, wildlife conservation charity Fauna and Flora International (FFI) and waste management charity WasteAid. Support also came from the Institute of Development Studies. The extent of the problems caused by the world's addiction to plastic are becoming ever more apparent. Put under a spotlight in Sir David Attenborough's BBC TV programme, Blue Planet II, the effects of plastic waste in the oceans are now well known, with animals dying after consuming plastic waste and microplastics found in the stomachs of creatures in the deepest parts of the Pacific Ocean - as well as in the fish that we eat. But more than 80 per cent of the plastic in the world's oceans comes from land-based sources. On land, it causes just as many problems as in the seas - problems that are made more acute in a country where waste management is inadequate. While litter in the UK and other wealthy countries can be a nuisance, plastic waste is still often a case of 'out of sight, out of mind'. Elsewhere, waste causes serious problems to human health and the environment. The report highlights some arresting facts, stating that every 30 seconds in the UK, enough plastic is thrown away to fill two double-decker buses - while in developing countries, 30 double-decker busloads of plastic waste are burned or dumped. It notes that between 400,000 and one million people every year are dying from illnesses and diseases caused by living near plastic pollution - that's up to one person every 30 seconds. Mismanaged waste spreads disease in a number of ways, including through floods caused by blocked waterways and from pollutants that are released when waste is burned, which is often more dangerous than other forms of air pollution due to the proximity of waste burning sites to human habitation. Furthermore, many people rely on landfills to make a living; informal waste pickers can play an important role in helping to recycle waste, but risk their lives collecting recyclables from dangerous waste piles with a huge risk of landslides - 17 people were killed at a rubbish dump in Mozambique last year, while more than 115 died in Ethiopia after a landslide at a landfill. The report also takes issue with how wealthy countries with established waste management systems, including the UK, continue to export much of their waste to other countries for processing. In January 2018, China - previously a key importer of waste for recycling - introduced a ban on a range of waste types, including post-consumer plastics, citing concerns about poor quality. As a result, exporters have turned to other markets, such as Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia. In the UK, waste is exported through the Packaging Export Recovery Note (PERN) system, meaning exporters have to procure a PERN to prove they have sent waste for recycling. However, a PERN provides no evidence that waste is actually being recycled overseas. A recent Greenpeace study focused specifically on communities in Southeast Asia that have been flooded with imports of plastic waste since China's ban. Like Tearfund's report, Greenpeace concluded that these communities could not cope with the influx of plastic waste from abroad - and accused wealthy countries of exporting 'not just their plastic waste, but the pollution that went with getting rid of it.' Sir David Attenborough, who is Vice President of Flora & Fauna International, wrote in the foreword to the report that in low-income countries, 'the ability to manage waste is inevitably overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of plastic being used. In turn, this is causing serious illness and even death for countless people and wild species. 'If there is one thing humans are adept at, it is finding clever solutions to the conundrums we face. It is high time we turn our attention fully to one of the most pressing problems of today - averting the plastic pollution crisis - not only for the health of our planet, but for the wellbeing of people around the world.' What are the solutions? The authors of the report recommend that multinational corporations responsible for plastic waste should: • Report on the number of units of single-use plastic products they use and sell in each country by 2020; • Reduce the above number by half in each country by 2025 and replace them with reusable and refillable options; • Recycle one single-use plastic item for every one sold in low- and middle-income countries by 2022 - helping to develop adequate systems for recycling in areas that lack them; • Work in partnership with waste pickers to create safe jobs; and • Reimagine the way their products are delivered through new business models that wo not harm the planet. Four companies in particular are singled out: Coca-Cola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever. Dr Ruth Valerio, Global Advocacy & Influencing Director at Tearfund, said: "They sell billions of products in single-use plastic packaging in poorer countries where waste is not collected, in the full knowledge that people will have no choice but to burn it, discard it in waterways or live among it." These companies have made pledges to reduce their plastic waste, with all signing up to the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, a voluntary agreement led by circular economy organisation the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. This sees signatories agree to eliminate 'problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging' amd make 100 per of packaging reusable or recyclable by 2025. However, the Tearfund report is keen that companies accurately declare how much plastic packaging they are selling by country, in order to see the scale of the problem and properly assess the merit of pledges and changes that are already being made. Zoë Lenkiewicz, Head of Programmes and Engagement at WasteAid, added: "Large companies place vast amounts of single-use plastic into communities that do not have waste management, with significant and growing planetary health impacts. As this report shows, we cannot recycle our way out of plastic pollution - we need systemic change." You can read the full report, 'No time to waste: Tackling the plastic pollution crisis before it's too late' on the WasteAid website.
What Are the Types of Strap Materials of Smart Watches
What Are the Types of Strap Materials of Smart Watches
Everyone will consider the material of the strap when buying a smart watch, because the strap, as a place in contact with human skin, directly affects the wearing comfort. Smart watches are the same. In addition to looking at their performance, the strap is also an important consideration. Speaking of the strap of smart watch, is it the rubber strap that comes to mind? Of course, the strap material of smart watches is certainly not only rubber. Like ordinary watches, the strap material is divided into dozens of kinds. Today, Xiaobian will focus on the four kinds of straps and see what their characteristics are!1、 Metal strapMetal watchbands are divided into precious metal materials and other metal materials. Most of the precious metal materials commonly used as watchbands are platinum and K gold. The watchbands made of other metals are mostly made of steel and titanium. When it comes to the advantages of metal watchbands, some people may say that metal watchbands are easy to hide dirt and dirt, and they are heavy to wear. Where are the advantages. Let's first talk about the shortcomings of metal watchbands.One is afraid of sweat, the other is afraid of collision, and the third is afraid of discoloration. As a part of the watch strap that directly contacts the skin, dirt will be generated more or less due to the long use time, use habits and environment. When the metal watch strap is not treated in time in contact with sweat, it is easy to accumulate dirt, resulting in wear and corrosion. This situation is easy to dirty clothes and even make the wearer's skin allergic. In addition to the need to clean up sweat in time, precious metals such as K gold have weak resistance to accidental touch such as impact due to their soft material, which is easy to scratch the surface of the watch strap in daily life. Moreover, with the increase of wearing time and contact with human sweat, it is easy to change the color of metal.Having said so many shortcomings, let me refute the metal strap. Metal watchbands have so many disadvantages. Why do so many consumers like metal watchbands and are willing to buy them. Durable! Yes, it's because it's durable. Although the metal strap is afraid of oxidation, it is easy to scratch due to improper care during use. However, compared with leather, rubber and nylon watchbands, its service life will be longer, and after simple treatment, it can restore its luster as new.2、 Cortical strapThe biggest advantage of leather strap is skin affinity. In other words, the leather strap is more comfortable in terms of wearing comfort, especially in the cold autumn and winter. Compared with other watchbands, leather watchbands are less likely to damage skin and clothing.But the leather strap has one of the biggest disadvantages, that is, it is easy to wear, aging and fracture. It's easy to sweat when it's hot in summer. Because the leather is generally airtight and the manufacturing process of the leather strap, after wearing it for a day in hot summer, the circle of the wrist wearing the watch may sweat. There is another reason that can not be ignored. After sweating, the leather strap will produce peculiar smell, which requires careful wiping with a slightly wet wet cloth on a regular basis when wearing the leather strap on weekdays. To avoid odor.3、 Rubber strapRubber material has an advantage that can not be ignored. The flexibility of rubber is particularly good. Generally speaking, it is "made by carrying". In addition, the fashionable and dynamic rubber strap is also the reason why many people choose it. More and more high-end watches prefer rubber straps, including high-end brands such as Abby and Richard mill. Practical, easy to maintain and fashionable, the rubber strap has gradually become a factor for the upstarts in the strap industry.The rubber belt is so good. What are its disadvantages? Rubber watchbands also have disadvantages that can not be ignored, such as easy to harden in winter, large differences in different rubber quality, and easy to be cheap. Compared with metal strap and leather strap, the material of rubber is still not recognized by the middle-aged and elderly groups. In terms of texture, the quality that metal strap and leather strap can bring is prominent, which is also an incomparable aspect of rubber strap.3、 Nylon strapThe advantage of nylon watch strap is simple, practical, cheap and easy to produce. And this material has a good wearing feeling, breathable and comfortable. There are also many patterns in the design, all kinds of patterns, and there is a lot of room for selection.The disadvantage of nylon watchband is that it is easy to draw and fuzz in material. In addition, many people also think that nylon strap is the same as rubber strap. They think that nylon strap is not as high-end as metal strap and leather strap, which is relatively cheap. In fact, the nylon strap is produced because it is more low-cost, simple and practical. Compared with its advantages, I personally think that the low-end nylon material can not be its disadvantage or deficiency.As a consumable, no matter what material it is, it is difficult to ensure that it will not be damaged in daily use. Today, Xiaobian checked the advantages and disadvantages of four types of watch straps. You can choose the material of watch straps according to your own needs. In daily life, I suggest you choose more watch straps to replace. Change a small strap and the whole watch will look different.
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