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Volume Production - quantity and quality!
 
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www.farnell.com OK, so you’re a production business, you buy in volume and you’re driven by price, but quality is important too, as is product availability and a speedy service. So, have you considered Farnell element14 for all of your needs? With larger volumes and extended price breaks on over 90,000 products, we can guarantee that the more you buy, the more you’ll save.
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China Dairy Market & Forecast by Type, Product, Production & Consumption, Import & Export Volume
 
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Access full Research: https://www.renub.com/china-dairy-market-p.php According to Renub Research analysis China Dairy Market and its dairy products is expected to be USD 114 Billion industry by 2024. Increasing disposable income, growing health conscious population, availability in various flavors especially in ice-cream and Chinese government initiatives for dairy production and quality concern are driving this market. However, quality of dairy products is a big concern for Chinese consumers as in past, number of scandals in dairy products especially domestic infant formula shattered consumer’s confidence in Chinese dairy industry. The most famous incident was 2008 melamine milk scandal in which around tens of thousands of children affected. Year 2016 was not good for Chinese dairy production industry since production declined due to small farmers exited from the market, downhill economic returns and large farmers were expected to hold up their expansion plan. But this situation was changed in the 2017 as Chinese government has focused on dairy industry in their 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP). Request a free sample copy of the report: https://www.renub.com/contactus.php Renub Research report titled “China Dairy Market & Forecast by Type ( Liquid Milk, Milk Powder, Other), by Product (Yogurt, Ice Cream, Probiotic, Cheese, Butter and Margarine, Infant Formula, Flavored Milk Drinks, UHT Milk, Other Dairy Products), By Production & Consumption Volume (Food Use, Feed Use, Others Use), by Import Volume (Liquid Milk, Cheese, Whole Milk Powder, Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey, Infant Formula), Export Volume, By Company (China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited, Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd, China Modern Dairy Holdings Ltd, Bright Dairy & Food Co.,Ltd)” provides a complete analysis of Chinese Dairy Market. By Product Type – Liquid Milk Controls the China Dairy Market The report studies the market of the following milk products type segments: liquid milk, milk powder & others. Liquid milk controls the largest market share in this market place. By Product – Infant Formula Holds the Majority Share in the China Dairy Market Yogurt, ice cream, probiotic, cheese, butter and margarine, infant formula, flavored milk drinks, UHT milk and other dairy products market are studies in this report. Infant formula holds the majority share in the china dairy market due to expected growth in baby boomer population. By Dairy Production & Consumption Volume The report studies China total milk present and future production volume. This report also provides the details of the consumption volume of the following use type: food use, feed use and others use. Food use milk products dominate in this market place. By Dairy Product Import & Export Volume This report provides the details of the import volume of the following product: liquid milk, cheese, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, whey, infant formula. This report also explains dairy products export volume and forecast. Companies Analysis China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited, Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd, China Modern Dairy Holdings Ltd, Bright Dairy & Food Co., Ltd has been studied thoroughly in the report. All the Companies Studied in the Report have been Studied from 3 Points • Company Overview • Company Initiatives • Financial Insight This market research report provides a complete analysis of the China Dairy Market, Growth Drivers, Challenges, and their projections for the upcoming years. By Dairy Product Type • Liquid Milk (Premium, Regular) • Milk Powder (Premium, Regular) • Other By Dairy Products • Yogurt (Drinking Yogurt, Spoonable Yogurt) • Ice Cream • Probiotic • Cheese (Cream Cheese, Other Cheese) • Butter and Margarine • Infant Formula • Flavored Milk Drinks • UHT Milk • Other Dairy Products By Dairy Production & Consumption Volume • Food Use • Feed Use • Others Use By Dairy Products Import Volume • Liquid Milk • Cheese • Whole Milk Powder • Skimmed Milk Powder • Whey • Infant Formula Companies Covered in this Report • China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited • Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd • China Modern Dairy Holdings Ltd • Bright Dairy & Food Co.,Ltd
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Guidelines for High-Volume Mechatronic Production | Simplexity Product Development
 
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Read more at http://www.simplexitypd.com/blog/three-tips-for-designing-high-volume-mechatronic-products/. Doug Harriman, CTO at Simplexity, lists some unique challenges to think about when designing for high-volume mechatronics in order to save costs. These include using the proper technologies for both the mechanics and the electronics. Visit us at http://www.simplexitypd.com/next-steps Find us online: Website: http://www.simplexitypd.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/simplexity-product-development-inc-?trk=top_nav_home Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SimplexityPD Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplexityPD Whenever you design a product or machine, it’s absolutely critical that you consider the trade-off between the engineering development costs and the bill of materials cost that are going to go in to that product. For low-volume designs it’s pretty clear that you want to use off-the-shelf components and minimize your NRE costs. But for high-volume the situation can change. Adding a dollar to a product really adds up quick when you make a million units. That pays for a lot of engineering time. So there’s several things you want to think about when you are designing for high-volume systems especially high-volume mechatronic systems. First you need to use the proper technologies. For the mechanics that means things like: injected molded plastic and sheet metal. For the electronics you want to be sure to leverage as many components that are used in high-volume things like the cellphone industry, and then you want to use sheet motors like DC motors. You also need to consider balance across the mechatronic system design. Everything from the power supply to the load needs to be carefully designed to work together so you don’t leave excess margin on the table. Excess margin means excess cost. Finally you want to look for opportunities to use clever algorithms to help you save cost. I call this trading atoms for bits. If you can take parts out of your design by doing something smart with the algorithms, you’re going to save yourself significant cost. Those trade-offs can be hard to make, but if you understand your system well you can find opportunities for significant cost reduction. To find out more about mechatronics and high-volume systems, visit us at simplexitypd.com Simplexity provides engineering design services across a range of industries. Our "simpler is better" engineering approach reduces costs while improving the lifecycle of your product, saving you money in development, manufacturing and product sustainability. We understand the most important challenges which is why we have mastered cost reduction while maintaining the most innovative industrial, consumer, and biotech engineering solutions.
Amazing COCONUT Processing in Factory ★ Coconut Oil, Milk & Water ★ Awesome Food Processing Machines
 
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The Product Development Process: How to Bring Your Product to Market
 
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Do you have a product design idea? Learn how to bring your product to market with this overview of the product development process. This video covers turning your product concept into a working prototype through electronic engineering, circuit design, product testing, and volume manufacturing. Ready to get started? Contact DMC: https://www.dmcinfo.com/services/custom-software-and-hardware-development
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Esri Production Mapping: Generating High Quality Product-On-Demand Maps Over the Web
 
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Traditionally, creating high-quality, high-volume cartographic products is a hands-on, time-intensive process. Learn how Production Mapping for Server can help generate Product on Demand (POD), that is, on-the-fly map and chart generation over the Web. Presented by Clint Loveman
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How Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is made - BRANDMADE.TV
 
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How Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is made - BRANDMADE.TV CLICK HERE for Deals --- https://brandmade.tv/product/jack-daniels/ Founded in 1875 in Lynchburg in the Commonwealth of Tennessee, Jack Daniel’s is the best selling American whiskey to date. A unique flavor derived in part from charcoal mellowing and aging in charred barrels Jack knows what a true whiskey lover craves. Watch how Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is made. ----------------------------------------­------------------------ BrandmadeTV posts several videos a day, subscribe for more! Follow BrandmadeTV: MAIN CHANNEL: http://bit.ly/BrandmadeTV FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Brandmade.TV TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/brandmadetv WEBSITE: http://brandmade.tv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/brandmade.tv SNAPCHAT: brandmade.tv ----------------------------------------­------------------------ I'll have a Jack... That's all you need to say before the bartender reaches for a classic bottle and pours out a true icon of the south. Jack Daniel's old No. 7 Whiskey has been on the road with everyone from the Rat Pack to the Rolling Stones. However, JD is just at home at local bars and college parties. Founded way back in 1875 in Lynchburg in the Commonwealth of Tennessee, Jack Daniel’s is the best selling American whiskey to date. A unique flavor derived in part from charcoal mellowing and aging in charred barrels Jack knows what a true whiskey lover craves. .----------------------------------------­------------------------ If you see this, type "ONLY THE BEST BRANDS!" in the comments - and please LIKE/FAV! ----------------------------------------­------------------------ How Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is made - BrandmadeTV © BrandmadeTV 2015 This format and title of this program is protected under Copyright and Trademark Law and may not be emulated or re-created in any way without express consent in any territory worldwide.
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Our Product Production Process
 
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UCrazyFans Product Production Process at Our State of the Art Factory
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Magic Carry-Oke Product AVP | Edged Video Production
 
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With Magic Carry-Oke, no more hassle in bringing karaoke system. Turn it on, connect to device via Bluetooth, search for a song online and once satisfied with the echo and volume, you're ready to sing! It can also be connected to speakers.
UR10 and UR+ product increase production performance at STAMIT
 
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STAMIT is a machine tooling company, producing over 4,000 differently tooled objects each year. Based in Slavkov, Czech Republic, STAMIT manufactures 12 million parts annually for the optic, print, packaging and healthcare industries. Deploying a UR10 robot in the high-mix/low-volume production line enabled the manufacturer to staff a third shift with the robot filling a difficult to staff position. https://www.universal-robots.com/case-stories/stamit-sro/
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●Blanking process integration solutions ACIES Series_E
 
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Turret innovation after 40 years from NCT birth. Corresponding to various mix, various volume production and 72 hours continuous operation. “ACIES” which means the ‘Latest’ in Latin is a Full-automatic type solution which can produce processing data quickly even if it is a new product and the minimum lot, reducing setup to a limit and continuous automatic operation. This solution supports your manufacturing in various mix, various volume production era. ■ Features(1) : ZR turret / Full-flat table Achieve of high speed and less-scratch processing on bottom side of material. ■ Features(2) : New slug suction device Efficient slug-up prevention mechanism on all tool stations. ■ Features(3) : ID tooling Stable high quality processing. Prevention of tool-set mistake. ■ Features(4) : Free location by non track dead zone type tooling Possible to produce in Y=0 on inside track. ■ Features(5) : MPT tapping unit Automatic exchange of 7 kinds tapping tool corresponding to M2.5-M8. ■ Features(6) : Energy saving mode Power controlled during idling time. Drastic reduction of power consumption.
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Weiler Process Solutions (WPS) for High Volume Production
 
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Weiler specializes in developing deburring automation solutions which are customized to meet each user's requirements. Automation options include robots, CNC machines, as well as dedicated systems. Our goal is to provide solutions that will help you lower costs by increasing productivity. By combining our broad product offering with the support of our Application Engineering Team, you can count on Weiler to provide solutions to your specific application.
Esri Production Mapping: Generating High Quality Product-On- Demand Maps Over the Web
 
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Traditionally, creating high-quality, high-volume cartographic products is a hands- on, time-intensive process. Learn how Production Mapping for Server can help generate Product on Demand (POD), that is, on-the-fly map and chart generation over the Web.
Views: 353 Esri Events
Absorption Costing
 
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This video explains the concept of Absorption Costing in Managerial Accounting. A comprehensive example is provided to explain how absorption costing is used to calculate per unit product costs as well as to create an absorption costing income statement. The video also contrasts the absorption costing method with the variable cost method and discusses how the use of absorption costing can lead to distorted measures of profitability and perverse managerial incentives. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
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Technical Lean Tools 04: Heijunka
 
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Module: 05 Technical Lean Tools Section: 04 Heijunka Course Description: This section covers the concept of Heijunka or load leveling. After an initial discussion of the thinking behind the lean tool, several different leveling and balancing approaches are studied. The result is a demonstration of the most effective methods of sequencing production in order to minimize inventory and manpower. As Heijunka can be difficult to grasp initially, a brief summary of concepts is included at the end of the section. Material covered in this section: Heijunka thinking Production leveling Resource stabilization Leveling production by volume Method 1 Method 2 Leveling by volume and style Method 3 Manpower efficiency Conveyor example Heijunka summary This section is structured to first present the benefits of load leveling followed by a review of the benefits and drawbacks to traditional production sequences. The material follows a logical path to the final method of production leveling by volume and sequence and demonstrates the potential reductions in waste. Heijunka is a powerful lean tool capable of dramatically reducing overhead costs and manpower requirements. This section builds upon the foundation of the previous tools and bridges the gap to the remaining high level skills. See more at www.conceptsoflean.com
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A lot of Basic Concepts of Economy - GVA, Product Taxes/Subsidies, Production Taxes,/Subsidies, etc.
 
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Fujitsu fi-6800 Production Document Scanner Product Video
 
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See the latest Fujitsu Production Volume Document Scanner and learn about the benefits of what the fi-6800 scanner has to offer.
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Manufacturing -- StarFish Medical Expertise
 
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StarFish Medical specializes in low to medium volume production of electromechanical medical devices. As a full service medical device manufacturer, we also pilot production for new product introduction for higher volumes. Hear case studies and unique StarFish manufacturing expertise from the team that makes it happen.
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Automation Redefined
 
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Automation Redefined. presented by Dr. Stuart Tindal, Product Manager, FlexAct® Platform and Dr. Burkhard Joksch, Manager, Product Manager, Bioprocess Automations https://goo.gl/X259XH Human errors and data loss are critical pain points for single-use commercial manufacturing and can impact the release of your products. With our second generation FlexAct® unit we developed a configurable standardized bioprocessing platform, able to switch between and perform six different unit operations in one device. The platform can manage the media input and downstream product output volumes of a two thousand liter production bioreactor. The new automation platform is based on industrial automation hardware and ANSI-eightyeight automation engineering principles. It can interface with every industrial available distributed control system over a range of communication protocols. To give as much flexibility as possible we roll out this innovation to additional products. Furthermore, we developed standardized solutions to make workflows easier. Most importantly to name is our single-use dead-end-filtration system MaxiCaps MR, with up to twenty-seven square meter filtration area, as well as clarification-cassettes for up to two thousand liter production bioreactor volume for rapid cell removal. This demonstrates how we are building the foundations for end-to-end single-use manufacturing.
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As Seen On TV EGG Gizmos TESTED!
 
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We test interesting "AS SEEN ON TV" Egg Gizmos and Gadgets to find out what's worth the money! Links To All Products Used (below): • Egglettes: https://amzn.to/2tHKXAK • Easy Eggwich: https://amzn.to/2KlUckh • Eggstractor: https://amzn.to/2lNbjwY • Clever Cracker: https://amzn.to/2KnEOUQ --More As Seen On TV TESTED-- • Weird Toilet Gadgets: https://goo.gl/179EMs • Home Gizmos: https://goo.gl/ZFqmsB • Outdoor and Gardening: https://goo.gl/jwAtJZ • Cleaning Gadgets: https://goo.gl/jjQGVy • Home Organizers: https://goo.gl/8sbFML • Car Devices: https://goo.gl/d4vCVA • Pest Control Gadgets: https://goo.gl/pSwsfp • Egg Gizmos: https://goo.gl/zqBzUo • Bathroom Gadgets: https://goo.gl/5D1VUK • Kitchen Tools: https://goo.gl/Zbyr4Y • DIY Versions of TV Products: https://goo.gl/pxUKuT #AsSeenOnTVTESTS #HouseholdHacker
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Audi Smart Factory - Future of Audi Production
 
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Audi Smart Factory P-Tech Day. Subscribe. Audi is making its production fit for the future with the smart factory. In this factory of the future, big data – the creation and intelligent connection of large volumes of data – will facilitate data‑driven and thus highly flexible and highly efficient manufacturing. A method of production in which Audi might no longer build its cars on an assembly line but according to a radically new, disruptive concept is modular assembly. In addition to this major project, Audi is pursuing many other exciting projects for the production of the future – from the application of virtual‑reality glasses to metal 3D printing. Modular assembly. The complexity of automobile production is increasing. New market needs, customer expectations and the legislative framework are increasingly requiring innovative technologies and differing vehicle versions. This means that the fixed timing of the assembly line is becoming less efficient. The more the number of derivatives and variants grows, the more difficult it becomes to master high complexity and integrate new routines into the rigid, sequential process. Audi intends to meet this challenge and to develop a completely new principle for it: modular assembly. With this method, small, separate workstations allow highly flexible working routines – in terms of both time and space. Between those workstations, driverless transport systems take over the transport of the car bodies as well as the parts required for production. A central computer precisely controls the driverless transport systems – it recognizes the needs of each individual station, thus ensuring a smooth workflow. Audi assumes that modular assembly will result in 20 percent better productivity than the assembly lines of today. It is now being applied for test purposes at the engine plant in Győr, Hungary, and application is planned in two further projects. At present, the key principles of this innovative production system are being worked out and tested by “arculus” – a startup company established a few months ago. The Technical Center for Production Assistance Systems. The new driverless transport systems required for modular assembly are being created in Audi’s “Technology Development Production Assistance Systems” department. This small department has developed two types of driverless vehicle: One of them moves under control by a computer, the other moves autonomously on a defined route. Three onboard laser scanners allow the driverless transport systems to orient themselves and to recognize and avoid potentially critical situations. Audi developed the navigation software itself. It is based on automotive software and automotive‑software development processes. The main task of the Technical Center for Production Assistance Systems is to work on new production technologies in early stages of their development. In addition to driverless transport systems, it is also working on four other projects. They comprise safe cooperation between humans and machines when working in the same space, assembly tables with assistance functions and two innovative robots: a flexible gripper arm and a special lightweight robot. The Audi Production Lab. The Audi Production Lab, abbreviated as P‑Lab, develops and supports innovative projects for the production process – often starting with the very first idea. The department currently has five permanent employees andhas already helped to bring innovations such as metal 3D printing, human‑robot cooperation, driverless transport systems and the use of augmented reality at Audi towards series application. The projects currently running in the P‑Lab include two big‑data projects. One of them focuses on the early recognition of mistakes in the placement of screws and bolts; the other examines the flow of components in the area of international logistics for the CKD plants (completely knocked down). Another major subject for the Audi Production Lab is data glasses. They can provide effective support for employees in production, for the planners and engineers in the factory of the future – with assisted reality, augmented reality and virtual reality. Toolmaking. Several future-oriented projects are running in Audi’s Toolmaking division. The structure of the new generation of press tools follows nature, with many parts made of aluminum and plastics. This reduces the weight of those tools, which until now has been up to 45 tons, by up to 20 percent and the energy required decreases by about ten percent. The result is enhanced precision in the forming of sheet‑metal parts. The press shop, where the tools are applied, uses the latest measuring technology. The goal is to develop a complete data chain for each sheet‑metal part. The data chain already begins with the suppliers of steel and aluminum. This is another way in which Audi is enhancing its precision.
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Scaling Extrusion Into Production
 
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Learn about the process of scaling up extrusion production from R&D at our Innovation Lab to higher volume on our production extruder. To learn more about PacMoore Products, visit: https://www.pacmoore.com/ To apply for a career at PacMoore Products visit: https://www.pacmoore.com/careers/ Video Transcription: My name is Michael Gibson. I'm the extrusion engineer here at PacMoore. I've been working here since November 2016. My day-to-day tasks are anything from working with the quality department to ensure that we have a good validated kill step, have great hygienic zoning going through our extrusion lab back there, to working with our customers on the front end to make sure that we have all the right specifications down for their product, troubleshooting when we bring stuff from small scale to large scale. So anything any new product that we have, that we've developed here at PacMoore started out in Gridley, Illinois with Jon Baner. He'll send me some specifications; kind of what the product needs to look like on the finished end and then we'll bring it to our extruder here in Mooresville and scale it up for a larger production. So our process specifically; we’ll be given or we’ll develop a profile; whether it be with the customer that already has a well scaled-up version of their product or we'll be taking our information from Gridley to scale up to our facility here. We'll get all of our screens setup, we'll develop a screw profile, decide how we want our feeder set up, whether it needs to have extra paddle pads, internal agitation, whether our pre-conditioner needs to be pushed in or out of line, as well as developing our drying profile. So how long it’s going to be in the oven, what temperatures we need to set it at to reach our optimal drying, and then finally we have our packaging zones so we can do anything from a 30 pound box all the way up to a super sack or tote sack or Gaylords. But the extrusion side of it we have a multitude of different dies, so we'll calculate the open area. The open area is basically how we get enough back pressure to cause an expansion or a puff product to come out of our extruder.
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Investing in the Future – Large-scale production facilities for sintered products
 
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To facilitate the expansion of production capacities, SEMIKRON built a state-of-the-art production and office building with a gross usable surface area of some 12,000m². The 73,000m3 of enclosed space equates to the volume of approximately 125 terraced houses. The clean rooms built during the building project at the Nuremberg site guarantee the automated large-scale automated production of sintered products and meet the high requirements associated with the production environment. The technical installations are rather impressive: for example, the filters installed in the clean room ceiling filter and recirculate approximately 200,000m3 of air per hour (the equivalent of 10 million balloons). The air-treatment systems heat, cool, humidify and dehumidify 140,000m3 of air every hour, the same amount that a single person breathes in 40 years.
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Cost Per Equivalent Unit (weighted average method)
 
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This video explains what equivalent units are in the context of managerial accounting and demonstrates how to calculate the cost per equivalent unit with an in-depth example. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
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Tech Molded Plastics, Inc. Customer Case Study
 
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Design Engineer Brandon Hough discusses the process behind applying precision injection molding experience to help a customer with a serious production issue that resulted in a successful product launch. Tech specializes in precision, high volume production molds & production quality prototypes, custom molded plastics and integrated assembly. From co-development of injection molded components through production, assembly and packaging of molded plastics, Tech is committed to providing responsive solution driven injection molding services.
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Introduction to Limiting Reactant and Excess Reactant
 
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Limiting reactant is also called limiting reagent. The limiting reactant or limiting reagent is the first reactant to get used up in a chemical reaction. Once the limiting reactant or limiting reagent gets used up, the reaction has to stop and cannot continue. After the limiting reactant or limiting reagent is used up and the reaction stops, there is extra of the other reactants left over. Those are called the excess reactants. In this video, we'll first learn about limiting reactant and limiting reagent by comparing chemical reactions to cooking recipes. We'll look at how to calculate limiting reactant and limiting reagent using cooking ingredients, and then looking at an actual stoichiometry problem,
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Ensuring Part Quality Before Manufacturing Begins
 
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Need functional prototypes and low-volume production parts within days? Upload a part today: https://uploads.protolabs.com/PartUpload.aspx?LinkFrom=PL&_ga=2.103881472.1477813463.1518442994-174225069.1516029498&utm_campaign=us-social&utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=pl&utm_content=quality-series Quality control begins with interactive design analysis. In your automated quote, you’ll see required and suggested changes, like adding draft or reducing wall thickness, that help improve manufacturability and avoid costly reworks of molds, for example. Another benefit a digitalized quality system? Traceability. Rigid document, record, and revision control is crucial as a design moves towards the production floor. In a final pre-production step to further ensure quality parts are produced, in-house analysts review part designs and part orientation is optimized by software before the digital thread moves to the production floor. -------- Let's connect! Get a quote: https://uploads.protolabs.com/PartUpload.aspx?LinkFrom=PL&_ga=2.103881472.1477813463.1518442994-174225069.1516029498&utm_campaign=us-social&utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=pl&utm_content=description Twitter: https://twitter.com/Protolabs Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/proto-labs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Protolabs/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/protolabs/
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Professional Product Video Production | Video Demonstration Sample
 
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http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com We make Professional Demonstration Videos - This is a sample of one of our video productions - Our product videos (Demonstration How-To videos) are made and priced for volume! Very useful as customer service videos. Contact us today at http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com - Made in Hollywood.
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Pet bottle automatic blow molding machine
 
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Two cavity automatic pet bottle blow molding machine Volume of product:0.1L-2L Production capacity:1800-2000BPH. CM-A2 Fully Automatic Two Cavities PET Plastic Bottle Blow Molding Machine are suitable for producing PET plastic containers and bottles in all shapes. They are widely used to produce the carbonated bottle, mineral water, pesticide bottle oil bottle cosmetics, wide-mouth bottle and hot fill bottle and so on. http://www.water-filling.com/blow-molding-machine/cm-a2-blow-molding-machine Contact: Mr.Martin Eden Mob: 0086-13632976311 Skype: martin76181 Email: [email protected]
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Professional made HowTo Videos | Sample Video | Product Video Production | Quattro02
 
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http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com We make Product Demonstration Videos - This is a sample of one of our productions - Our product videos (How-To videos) are made and priced for volume! Contact us today at http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com - Made in Hollywood.
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🔴 Mercedes Actros Production
 
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Manufacturing 101 Meetup - Manufacturing Hardware Your Products
 
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Approximately 50 entrepreneurs joined Focus Product Design and Douglas Stanley for Manufacturing 101 and learned the ins and outs of manufacturing hardware products overseas! Visit the Meetup group: http://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Entrepreneurs-Network/ Visit Focus Product Design: http://www.focuspdm.com/ Our Panel: Douglas Stanley has an extensive knowledge in design for manufacturing (DFM) from concept to low and high volume production. He specializes in consumer electronic product design, plastic injection molding and tooling, progressive die sheet metal fabrication. Douglas has 30 years of Senior Level experience in design, factory sourcing in Asia and manufacturing management. He is just returning from several years in China working with a leading Contract Manufacturer (CM) outside Shanghai. His background includes high profile companies like Apple, IDEO, and Drobo Systems. Grant Bell is VP of Design at Focus and previously he was Director of Product Design and Innovation for Office Depot. There, he launched the unique MOD office furniture collection, a complex design and logistical challenge for the Fortune 500 retailer. Grant has also led and participated in numerous programs with marquee brands such as BMW, Emerson, SanDisk and Case Logic. Also very important to this meetup Grant is a solo entrepreneur and has successfully launched several consumer products. Andrew Cain is the Marketing Coordinator at Focus, prior to join the Focus team he co-founded Velocity Clip, an innovative smartphone accessory that allows users to film POV action videos from the convenience of their cell phones. He has run several successful crowdfunding campaigns and successfully launched many consumer products. Andrew has experience setting up his own manufacturing operations in China. In this meetup or panel covered: Design for Manufacturing (DFM) Design for Chinese Assembly Lines How to Source a Factory Using Chinese Agents What is Needed to Begin Manufacturing Sourcing Components and Products Quality Control Setup (QC) Protecting Intellectual Property in China Vendor Capabilities Manufacturing Timelines Chinese Holidays Small Production Runs Horror Stories of Manufacturing in China Doing Business in China Traveling in China How do the Chinese Perceive Manufacturing? Why Get Help with Your Manufacturing How Focus Product Design can Help Andrew Cain LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewccain Douglas Stanley LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/douglas-stanley/19/54/24b Grant Bell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grantjbell Visit the Meetup group: http://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Entrepreneurs-Network/ Visit Focus Product Design: http://www.focuspdm.com/
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Fed Batch Reactor Operation || Biomass production || Substrate consumption || Product formation ||
 
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In this video tutorial, I am going to discuss the Fed-Batch Reactor Operation, Biomass production, Substrate consumption, Product formation and advantage and disadvantage of a Fed-batch reactor. Hope it will help you. Thank you.
The ULTIMATE Business Q&A (Part #1) | Tiege Hanley VLOG 165
 
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ULTIMATE BUSINESS Q&A | VLOG 165 Q1 NTDang: Grow, grow, grow, but when is it enough? At what point will you say okay this is enough, and we need to sustain it? Every business is trying to grow – seeking customers, creating new innovations, developing new products. If a business is not growing, it will flatten out and then drop off. Either the business grows or it goes backwards, so entrepreneurs need to keep their feet on the gas. Entrepreneurs are driven by growth and success – not money. Having ‘nothing’ and then making ‘something’ is what motivates entrepreneurs – and they never want to stop. Being an entrepreneur is about drive, passion, and goals. Some measures of success are income, profitability, or subscribers, which entrepreneurs may be happy at the level of success, but they will never be satisfied. They’ll continue to work their asses off and try to dominate. And in order to dominate, they must grow. Q2 David Last: I have a store that sells men’s and women’s jewelry, and I’m making around 40k a month. I’m thinking about introducing a line of sunglasses under the same brand. Do you think I should do this or start another brand that only focuses on selling sunglasses? Since you have an established business with a brand and customer base, starting the sunglasses under the same name and line is easier. If you start another brand, you’ll have to start from scratch which is not as seamless an integration. Additionally, marketing to your existing customer base would not be as easy. Take the path of least resistance with the traffic you already have going to your website. Q3 Michael Kropp: My desire is to start a small business or brand while in college that consists of my own digital or physical product. How do I go about researching and finding a problem that needs to be fixed that only a new product could solve? Aaron advises Googling “popular things people question”, seeing what problems are being searched via search volume, or viewing specific topics that videos are covering. Once you’ve identified the problem, research that issue. Even if products are out there, you can differentiate & improve upon them and still kick ass. If you already know there’s a market, entering this way is much easier than trying to identify a market that you’re not sure is there. In other words, it’s easiest to identify a strong market and then pick off some of their business. Q4 Ahmed Sharif: Would it be better to get the equipment and manufacture your product on your own or to make a specialized manufacturer do it for you? Tiege Hanley will never be manufactured in-house due to the regulations, certifications, and security surrounding the manufacture of skin care products. Besides, the lab cost doesn’t kill Tiege Hanley’s margins. A lab like Tiege Hanley utilizes is a business in itself, manufacturing a monstrous volume. Further, the labs have on-hand the equipment, scientists, lab techs, staff filling, staff receiving, sourcing of ingredients, and inventory of ingredients. For some businesses, buying the machinery makes sense but not with a regimented product like Tiege Hanley’s. Q5 Chris Winter: I run two larger YouTube channels as my primary businesses and sometimes do run out of energy trying to script my videos. How do you do it Aaron-- bulk script or one video every day that you write? Aaron said that he focuses on one video per day which includes concept, scripting, delivery, and editing. He used a script in the past since he had a tendency to ramble on; however, over the last 10-years, he’s improved. These days, Aaron creates the title, bullets, and then ‘wings it’. The sponsors he integrates are the same all year long so he knows the talking points. With post production, he creates a rough 8-minute edit and then chops that version tighter. Q6 Bryce Rogers: My colleagues and I are creating a pitch deck for a very new online business / website. What are the three most important pieces of advice you have for a good pitch deck? Aaron recommends elaborate (1) exactly how the money will be spent, (2) how the marketing will sell the product & how much will this marketing cost, and (3) how much the investor will make in return & in what time-frame. ----- Learn more about each of our products at http://bit.ly/tiegeproducts Subscribe to our YouTube channel at http://bit.ly/subtiege Watch Aaron Marino's "Starting a Business + Building a Brand" weekly vlog at http://bit.ly/tiegevlog Follow us on social media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tiegehanley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tiegehanley/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/tiegehanley Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/tiegehanley
Views: 1405 Tiege Hanley
Desktop Metal Production System
 
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See more at: http://www.goengineer.com/desktop-metal/ Powered by Singe Pass Jetting, the Production System, is the first metal 3D printing system for mass production. The production system is ideal for the production of complex, high-performance metal parts at high volumes. Since no tooling is needed, it can outperform traditional manufacturing processes like casting while adding major benefits of additive manufacturing like just-in-time production and mass customization. About GoEngineer: GoEngineer delivers software, technology and expertise that enable companies to unlock innovation and deliver better products faster. With more than 30 years experience and thousands of customers in high-tech, medical, machine design, energy and other industries, GoEngineer provides best-in-class design solutions from SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys, CAMWorks and Agile PLM. http://www.goengineer.com http://www.facebook.com/goengineer http://www.twitter.com/goengineer https://www.linkedin.com/company/goengineer https://plus.google.com/+goengineer
Views: 2568 GoEngineer
Crucible Industrial Design's Mike Ayre on "3D Printing: No Rules or New Rules?" at TCT Show 2014
 
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Mike Ayre is an industrial design and innovation consultant with over twenty five years’ experience of bringing successful products to market. He began working as an independent consultant in 1990, and established Crucible Industrial Design in 2001. Crucible works across all areas of product development, with a strong emphasis on design for manufacture and the selection of appropriate production methods. The practice has won a number of design awards for appearance, innovation and technical expertise. With a strong interest in the relationship between design and manufacture, Mike has specialised in the design of low volume, high value products, and the role of new production techniques, particularly in the area of Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM). He was one of the partners in a TSB funded consortium (SAVING) that examined the environmental impact of ALM techniques, during which he developed a set of design guidelines for metal sintered parts to minimise waste and energy consumption. Mike works in an open, collaborative manner and views design as a team activity, involving commercial, marketing, technical, production, and maintenance issues. He is an author of several articles on design, marketing and manufacture, and he never misses a deadline!
Views: 491 TCT Group
Multi-faceted solutions to production problems
 
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Specialising in large-capacity machining centres in portal and gantry design, Starrag’s product range Droop+Rein works with customers to develop machines to suit specific production demands – adopting varying styles of gantry machining and selecting machining heads to suit, even for multi-tasking operations that combine milling, drilling and turning, for example, in a single machine. Subscribe to our channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/MTDCNC?sub_confirmation=1 We have another Channel specifically for engineering company videos - view and subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1mNhd2gwIbamXoUZK-TRGg?sub_confirmation=1 MTDCNC are proud to offer a platform that educates engineers throughout the World. Our main audience is the UK market and you'll see from this video that we focus on learning and talking to UK based engineers. We do travel to Europe and review products on request of our clients. See Videos on MTDCNC here http://www.mtdcnc.com/tv/ It's not just videos that MTDCNC offers to our users, we promote used machine tools for sale, new machine tools for sale, ex demo machines and also related equipment, such as cutting tools, including end mills, drills, countersinking tools, shell mills, radius tools, boring tools, reamers and much more for both milling and turning. Beyond the cutting tools we also offer the accessory solutions, these include the Workholding, vices, 4th axis units, collet chucks, 3 jaw chucks, bar feeds and toolholders. Toolholders is an interesting one as this could be one of many differing toolholders such at BT40 tooling, BT30, HSK 63 and then for turning VDI 30/VDI 40 toolholders. Find new and used machine tools for sale here http://www.mtdcnc.com/products/machine-tools Find cutting tools for sale here http://www.mtdcnc.com/products/cutting-tools Find workholding, vices and more here http://www.mtdcnc.com/products/machine-accessories Find automation for machine tools here http://www.mtdcnc.com/products/automation Find CAD CAM software here http://www.mtdcnc.com/products/cad-cam Our website also has a great news feed, we deliver news to the UK market every hour relating to manufacturing, machine tools, cnc equipment and events. For the latest news click here http://www.mtdcnc.com/news/ For machine tool and tooling user stories http://www.mtdcnc.com/stories/ Check out our event videos, they really are unique. In all our youtube channel and our website are great for engineers and machinists. You can also follow us on twitter here https://twitter.com/MTDCNC And on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/MTDCNC Our LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mtdcnc-com/ AND DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS YOUTUBE CHANNEL TO GET MORE OF OUR GREAT ENGINEERING VIDEOS!
Views: 335 MTD CNC
ASM Workflows - Virtual Production - Smart new product introduction @ RENA
 
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RENA Electronica B.V. in Zundert, Netherlands - RENA is known as a European competence center of customized LED light engines for demanding applications in amongst others architecture, oil and gas production, entertainment and horticulture. The company acts as a one stop shop for combined engineering and manufacturing of highquality controls and industrial electronics.
Views: 732 ASM SMT Solutions
How to Master Your Music in 5 Simple Steps
 
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Please read the detailed steps below if you want to get the most out of this video- Especially in Section 4 :) 1) Have an Aim. In this case I am using mastering as a final chance to catch any mistakes, trying to sweeten the song slightly and also make sure it is loud enough. I have an aim at all times in the process - even if it's an experimental part, I still know that's what I am doing. At each stage I ask myself "What am I trying to achieve by using this VST? I also take time to get my head in the right place so that I feel creative and motivated to finish the project - Often overlooked but the most important step in my opinion! 2) Final Check and adding fades Automate the master fader (this is after the effects chain) to fade the start and end of the song. Checking - Listen from start to finish without tweaking anything. Listen for : Clicks, pops, cut breaths, clipping, bad edits, resonances (especially in the low mids), consonance, overly harsh "sss" in vocals, is everything perfectly in time etc? The MIX must be good for a good master. Mastering is not a quick fix for a bad mix. 3)Adjusting the tonal balance. This will help it sound good on all systems. Use reference track and compare to professional releases. If you hear that your balance is off you can use subtle EQ or go back to the mix to fix big problems. I like using Tonal Balance Tool to help me get in the right sort of area but I always set the final levels to taste. I am not paid to promote this plugin but Izotope did send me a copy to use without pressure of showing it in videos. The EQ's I like to use are - Custom Series EQ, TR5 EQual, Eiosis Earth for the high pass. 4) Trying any sweetening. Be careful here - we are not trying to FIX a problem, we are simply looking to give it that extra 1%. This could include saturation (Tape or Tube), Gentle stereo widening, Volume automation (macro dynamics), harmonic excitement and Bus compression. I would be very cautious if you are new to these effects, it's best to experiment with them but don't feel pressured to commit to them. In time, this practise will help you master these tools and before long you will feel in control and be able to use them to help your mastering. I demonstrate using the VBC to compress the mix. Many types of compressors can be used and multi band compressors are often used too. The aim here is the change the sound stage, "glue" things together and add some warmth. Immediately I was fooled by an increase in volume but after tweaking some dials it started to work. The threshold was adjusted until I could hear some gentle compression (I can't remember what the screen was reading but I try not to look at the screen. I kept a slow attack so that the snare wasn't being crushed, I adjusted the release to make it quicker so that it was more open and didn't feel heavy. Then I adjusted the High Pass Filter to make sure that the Kick and Bass were not being compressed (turned down). This final step really opened the song back up. Please listen to the compression again and hear how the bass becomes HUGE after I turn the HPF Dial on the right! The reality is that there are not many "go to settings" that work for all mastering situations. It's important to practise and get comfortable with the tools. 5)LOUDNESS- well sort of.. Mastering for online streaming makes life easier for us these days, we don't need to slam tracks super loud to be heard! When exporting, check what the sites are currently asking for, sometimes these details change but most are asking for a 24 bit Wav file. Plugins Used: Free - https://youlean.co/youlean-loudness-meter/ https://www.voxengo.com/product/span/ Purchased: Compression - VBC Grey Limiting - Ozone 8 Limiter (Any mastering Limiter will work, I used a few and pick my favourite) ▶ Support the channel and get early access to these videos https://www.patreon.com/inthemix ▶Channel Patrons - Kristopher Gage Andrew Glenny Craig Taylor Clint Hughes Dewayne Jackson Jack Austin Laurent Paret Alex Bella Kevyn Cooling Jonathan Bjornson Louis Jans Salahadin ▶Get in Touch HERE Instagram: @michael.inthemix ▶Our Channel Designer - https://www.instagram.com/vivalucci ▶The Kit We Use: These links are the cheapest prices I can find. If you order using them, we will get a small commission :)Thank you Microphone USA - http://amzn.to/2mMCzf7 UK - http://amzn.to/2Dep0z6 Midi Keyboard USA - http://amzn.to/2DMRjTg UK - http://amzn.to/2AXpxQK Our A Speakers USA - http://amzn.to/2DILshD UK -http://amzn.to/2mu0D63 Best Headphones USA -http://amzn.to/2Dhkgpr UK - http://amzn.to/2mtDAbB ▶Mixing/Mastering services - email '[email protected]'
Views: 428336 In The Mix
Professional made How To Video sample | Product Video Production | Quattro-01
 
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http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com We make How To Demonstration Videos - This is a sample of one of our productions - Our product videos (How-To videos) are made and priced for volume! Very useful as customer service videos. Contact us today at http://www.ProductVideoProduction.com - Made in Hollywood.
Views: 8 ProductVideoProd
Kaytech Production Facility Tour
 
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Since 1971, we at Kaytech have been supplying geotextiles to the civil engineering industry in Southern Africa. Our production facility in Atlantis is SABS ISO 9001 certified. Using high volumes of polyester flake both virgin and from recycled plastic bottles, our core product, bidim, rolls out 24 hours a day to match demand. This nonwoven needle-punched continuous filament geotextile can be found in subsoil drainage and as liner protection in mining’s ash disposal facilities. We also produce geocomposites such as our Rockgrid PC which has been used in subgrade stabilisation and basal reinforcement for loading platforms and roads. Manufacturing geobags is a specialty we’re proud of as they’re installed to form part of the natural environment for erosion control particularly in coastal and marine applications. All products produced in this facility undergo stringent quality testing to measure up to the requirements of the civil engineering industry. When it comes to waste containment, our Geosynthetic Clay Liner doesn’t compromise as we source the highest quality natural sodium bentonite for our EnviroFix GCL product. Tons of geotextiles exit the facility all year around to ensure that we carry a supply of stock so that when it’s required by our customers it’s ready to be delivered to any of our branches nationwide. From this busy hub, geosynthetic solutions are also supplied for road reinforcement and road surface rehabilitation and even as drainage under our sports fields. Kaytech: leaders in geosynthetic solutions for over 40 years.
Views: 1179 Kaytech
Standard Costs and Variance Analysis
 
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This video discusses the use of standard costs in Managerial Accounting. It also provides a comprehensive example to illustrate how standard costs are useful in calculating the price variance and quantity variance. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
Views: 212456 Edspira
Takt Time, Cycle Time, Lead Time
 
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Learn about Takt Time, Cycle Time, and Lead Time- what they are and when they apply.
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HOW MUCH MARGIN TO SET IN WHOLESALE BUSINESS?
 
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In this video you will find out how much margin you need to set for wholesale business. Wholesale business is a complex business method specially if you are not aware about the basic maths you need to do in measuring the profit for your company. Please see this video if you were ever confused about how much margin you need to keep for wholesale business. CHECK OUR COMPLETE WHOLESALE PRODUCT RANGE https://goo.gl/7rRenw Please fill form for any IT requirement such as creating ecommerce site, Blogging site, mobile apps and much more. https://goo.gl/forms/KPVsYuPvsip5DFrT2 OFFICIAL WEBSITE FOR ALL TYPES OF PRODUCTS YOU NEED www.homeekart.in JOIN OUR BROADCAST FOR LATEST PRODUCT UPDATES AT WHOLESALE RATES https://goo.gl/forms/6Z1zGkdtGvvCD8ye2 TOOL TO GROW YOUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL RAPIDLY https://goo.gl/3VeABu Contact for advertising and business inquiries: [email protected] To Speak With Me Directly On Phone Use Callme4 App and Search for ID [email protected] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUNIL PATEL VLOG CHANNEL https://goo.gl/VeFBd7 CHINA UNBOXKING PRODUCT REVIEW CHANNEL https://goo.gl/5t6iDw Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Youtube: https://goo.gl/7bUkbz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecomtechkatadka Facebook Personal: https://www.facebook.com/sunilishwarlalpatel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ecomtechkatadka Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunilipatel Blog: http://ecomtechkatadka.com WEBSITE: www.homeekart.in Twitter: https://twitter.com/ecomtechkatadka About: Ecom-Tech Ka Tadka is a YouTube channel that provides all information about ecommerce, startups, Product reviews and views, unboxing, tech talk and much more. "Outro Template made by Grabster - Youtube.com/GrabsterTV"
Views: 4203 Ecom-Tech Ka Tadka
Nitric Oxide Supplements: Do They Work?
 
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Do Nitric Oxide Supplements actually work as claimed? You might be surprised! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/UltimateFatBurner More nitric oxide videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk2mWkuRCTaU2XwyMSiMlRuZLBVq1Sr7n References: Agmatine review: http://www.ultimatefatburner.com/bodybuilding/nitric-oxide-supplements-what-is-agmatine.html Arginine review: http://www.ultimatefatburner.com/bodybuilding/does-arginine-work.html Citrulline review: http://www.ultimatefatburner.com/bodybuilding/citrulline-nitric-oxide.html Product Recommendation: http://www.ultimatefatburner-recommends.com/prejym Today we’re going to talk about nitric oxide supplements. These supplements are incredibly popular and sell by the truck loads. Some of the things we’re going to discuss… What are nitric oxide supplements? How Do They Work? Why Should We Care? What do the advertisers claim that they do, and do they actually do it? Should you take one? Alright, so what are nitric oxide supplements? Any supplement that contains either arginine, agmatine or citrulline is technically a nitric oxide supplement since all affect the production of nitric oxide in the body. Nitric oxide is gas that plays all sorts of roles in the body, but the one we’re most interested in is vasodilation - Vasodilation simply means it makes your blood vessels expand - that’s what leads to the muscle pump these products are so famous for. Just an aside: nitric oxide supplements can also used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, but I will talk about that in different video. Now most of the time when people refer to nitric oxide supplements they’re referring to pre-workout supplements because these products often contain a hearty dose of one or more of the 3 main ingredients we’re going to discuss. Pre-workout supplements if you’re not familiar with them, are designed to be taken prior to a workout and contain a number of ingredients designed to boost the efficiency of it. In general, nitric oxide supplements only make up a portion of these product’s formulas, but that’s the portion we’re going to talk about today. How Do They Work? Let’s discuss the three primary NO supplements. Arginine The most common nitric oxide suppplement, Arginine is an amino acid which converted into nitric oxide by an enzyme – a family of enzymes actually - called nitric oxide synthases. Simple, right? You consume arginine in your preworkout supplement, the nitric oxide synthase guys come along and break it down, and you’ve got nitric oxide and an awesome pump. Citrulline Citrulline is an amino acid that our bodies regularly convert into arginine in something called the urea cycle. You don’t really need to worry about the urea cycle and how it works. All you need to know is that citrulline is easily converted into arginine in the body. Although arginine is the most common nitric oxide supplement, citrulline might actually be a better choice. Why? Because the more arginine you take and the more often you take it, the less effective it becomes at boosting nitric oxide. This is due to the ramping up of yet another enzyme – called arginase - whose job also is to break down arginine. Remember those nitric oxide synthase guys? The enzyme guys who break arginine down into nitric oxide? They are not the only enzymes which act upon arginine. And when this other enzyme arginase breaks down arginine, it means there`s less arginine available to be converted to NO. The reason why citrulline may be a preferred alternative to arginine for boosting NO is that Citrulline actually inhibits the activity of arginase, and because it`s easily converted to arginine itself, it ultimately bypasses this enzyme problem and gives us more NO. If this doesn`t make sense to you, don`t worry about it to much – all you really need to know is that citrulline may be superior to arginine as a nitric oxide supplement. Agamatine Agmatine is a relatively new addition to “pump” products and is not, as you may have heard, a nitric oxide precursor – it does not work in an identical manner to arginine – which I have seen argued. That’s simply not correct. However, it seems to affect NO production in other ways. I’m going to talk more about agmatine in a separate video, simply because it’s so new and there’s really no published data on it from sports performance perspective. Based on tesimonials and anecdotal feedback, it does seem to work. Why Should You Care About NO? The reason why we anyone who lifts weights interested in nitric oxide is because it enhances blood flow. Better blood flow delivers additional nutrients to muscles, lessens inflammation, and leads to that pump – the feeling of your muscles being absolutely engorged with blood – that awesome feeling knowing as the pump. Video YouTube: https://youtu.be/4XJ95-3zcE4
Views: 189159 UltimateFatBurner.com
WTF is this? World’s first 3D printed electric car
 
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LSEV – World’s First Mass Produced 3D Printed Car Learn more: https://bit.ly/2TNbnvl Learn more: https://bit.ly/2D6HmRP Italian electric car company XEV and 3D printing material company Polymaker organized a joint press conference at the China 3D-Printing Cultural Museum in Shanghai. The first mass-producible 3D-printed electric car in the world was launched and shown to the public. Although this new vehicle attracts much attention, this conference is not just about launching and exhibiting the car. It is more about how 3D printing technology brings revolutionary changes to automotive manufacturing industry. This car, named LSEV, could be the milestone product in the adoption of 3D printing into mainstream production. “XEV is the first real mass production project using 3D printing. By saying real, I mean there are also lots of other companies using 3D printing for production. But nothing can really compare with XEV in terms of the size, the scale, and the intensity.” Said, Dr. Luo Xiaofan, the co-founder and CEO of Polymaker. XEV CEO, Stanley said that “after the research and investigation of the global auto market, they decided to design a small electric vehicle that can achieve C2M (Customer-to-Manufacturer) manufacturing which is stated as a main goal of the Industry 4.0 strategy.” To fulfill this target, it requires mass customization production, fast and cost-effective R&D, and the ability to produce lighter-weight parts that could lead to greater fuel efficiency. “And then, 3D printing technology becomes the only way to realize it”, said Stanley. Surely there are many difficulties when utilizing 3D printing technology in auto volume production, Polymaker was chosen as the strategic partner and successfully helped XEV to solve them, not only with material solutions, but also post-processing options in-line with the automotive industry. “Without Polymaker, we couldn’t make this happen. We really like our interactions with Polymaker, this can be called as know-how combination. Without this kind of interaction, we also couldn’t find the solution we have today. So, we really appreciate what Polymaker do and create for us, we are like brothers, not just strategic partners.” said, Stanley. Polymaker developed dozens of kinds of engineering plastics for XEV to meet their needs of practical applications. As a result, 3 crucial achievements have been accomplished. XEV has decreased the plastic parts and number of components in a car from more than 2,000 to 57, and the finished LSEV weighs only 450 kilograms, much lower than similar sized vehicles usually weighing between 1 and 1.2 metric tons. Apart from the chassis, seats and glass, all the visible parts of the car are made by Polymaker materials through 3D printing. This switch of production leads to more than 70 percent reduction of the investment cost in comparison with a traditional production system. Conventionally the R&D process of a car model takes about 3-5 years, but it only takes XEV 3-12 months to finish a new design. Polymaker have also come up with solutions to help with surface treatments and color. These solutions are enormously helpful in customized production and 3D printing volume production. XEV has already received 7000 orders from Europe even before mass production commences. 5000 orders come from Poste Italiane. And the other 2000 orders come from ARVAL, a vehicle leasing company fully owned by BNP Paribas. XEV plans to start production in the second quarter of 2019. This strategic partnership between XEV and Polymaker leads to a revolutionary change in automotive manufacturing. It is possible that similar changes, related with 3D printing technology, will happen to every aspect of manufacturing very soon. As Polymaker proves that the 3D printing materials they provide are ready for not only end-use parts but also mass production of finished products.
Views: 135 Gadget&Gizmo
Electric Porsche Taycan Pre-Production Review
 
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This is the second encounter for rally legend Walter Röhrl and the Porsche Taycan. Shortly before climbing in, he seemed to be about as tense as the engineers assigned to monitor the test ride – but that changed very quickly. The Newsroom brings you an exclusive test drive. His first ride in the new Taycan was a few months ago. Even on just a short lap the car still left its mark, both on the development team to which he belonged at the time, and on Walter Röhrl himself: “It’s a very exciting time because technology is moving forward at an incredible rate. I’m anxious to see what the car can do compared with last time.” The black-camouflaged Taycan almost disappeared from view, just moments after the convoy left the main gate of the Porsche development centre in Weissach; the camera team’s Cayenne lost the struggle to keep pace as it immediately became clear that Walter meant business. He wanted to test the vehicle to the limit. A few kilometres later we caught up with him at a car park in the woods, where he had stopped to wait for us. The look on his face spoke volumes. What was your first impression? WR: It’s crazy. In all my years of rallying, I’ve never experienced such performance. The Taycan goes so well at such speed, really tremendous. How does the Porsche Taycan handle? I’m surprised because you barely notice the weight any more. The engineers have done a great job on the tuning and have made excellent use of the low centre of gravity. The steering and even the brakes handle superbly. In what ways could you detect the Porsche DNA? If I had to drive it blindfolded, I would still know immediately that I was sitting in a Porsche. The weight and the feel of the steering – and yes even the brakes, which are far more difficult to get right because of the combination of recuperation and conventional brakes – they’re all right on the money. And that’s what a Porsche should be all about. We were then joined in the car park by Robert Meier, complete vehicle project manager, and Ingo Albers, chassis director for the Taycan product line, who came to discuss the vehicle with Röhrl. Their pride in response to the rally legend’s comments during the interview was clear to see, and in conversation they addressed every tiny detail. The discussion quickly moved on from brake response to general topics such as battery cooling system, heat exchange for interior heating, and average heat efficiency in a wide range of driving profiles. The fact that Walter Röhrl addressed the issue of electromobility was notable, and he had plenty of questions on the topic ready for the team. He was certainly impressed by the answers he was given, long before market launch, and it was really striking to see how excited he was already about the product, even though it is still in the development phase. What impresses you the most about the Taycan? WR: How little I actually miss the engine noise. I would never have expected that the lack of any sound from the drive system could mean no loss of performance. In fact I really like the quietness of the Taycan; it’s something of an experience in itself. In comparison with a conventional driving experience, how is the Taycan most different? Simply in the performance. Even in my fastest rally cars, I have never experienced performance like it – and the immediate response, this instant reaction that makes me smile every time. Where does Walter Röhrl see room for development between now and series production? Not a great deal on the car itself, as I think they are already on the way to delivering a fantastic product. However, my opinion is that they need to get infrastructure in place quickly, because I think I would go mad if someone was in front of me at the pump and I had to wait. Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe: https://goo.gl/BSIaFc
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BLACKDIRT+ALCOTEST
 
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Making Alcohol Measurements in a Winery - Distillery Co-founders of Black Dirt Distillery and Warwick Valley Winery, Jason Grizzanti and Jeremy Kidde, have been in the business of making alcohol based beverages for over 25 years. Starting as fruit cultivators, the two men fell in love with the idea of making hard cider form Apples, and opened their farm winery in 1994. Since then, the two men have spent years perfecting their products, and have created even more product lines since. With the opening of their newest production facility, Black Dirt Distillery, in 2012, the co-founders have expanded the production of their spirit products to include bourbon whiskey, rye whiskey, and Apple Jack Brandy. Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery is located in the foothills of the New York State’s Hudson Valley. With over 120 acres of manicured grounds, gardens, and various building it is a wonderful place to spend a day. The Winery and Distillery produce a wide range of products including award-winning and New York’s original hard cider, Doc’s Cider. The Black Dirt Distillery was the first micro-distillery to open in New York State since prohibition and is where the Double Gold award winning Black Dirt Bourbon was created. In addition the Winery produces a critically acclaimed wine collection, and they make a mean sangria as well as excellent cocktails. Locally sourced food is available and they offer a gourmet farm-to-table style cuisine. Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery has recently purchased a Rudolph AlcoTest-RI, and with the help of Darvin Martin from Rudolph Research Analytical, we would like to show you the many ways the AlcoTest-RI can be used in your winery and distillery. It is truly an all-purpose, time saving, instrument for a multi-product production environment such as a winery-distillery. - Rudolph Research Analytical makes it faster than ever to test the % ABV value of alcoholic products with consistent accuracy, using the new AlcoTest-RI. - The AlcoTest-RI, which includes the TTB approved DDM 2911 Plus density meter, is a great way to measure the specific gravity of “distiller’s beer” right before and right after fermentation to calculate % ABV of the finished beer. The results can be stored right on the instrument so you can monitor your batches over time. This is a great way to monitor and maximize the %ABV yield from your mash. Varying the mash bill, fermentation time, the yeast, and temperature will have an effect of the %ABV yield of the finished distiller’s Beer. - When making cuts from the still and when barreling, the highly accurate Density Meter component of AlcoTest-RI can be used to measure “Percent ABV” to make cuts and dilutions precisely and consistently, every time. The DDM2911 PLUS also has on-board software for calculating dilutions as per the TTB gauging manual. This feature is called AlcoCalcTM - The TTB requires that obscured products like an Apple Pie Moonshine be distilled in a lab still to remove just the water and alcohol so that the %ABV can be measured in a TTB approved density meter or with a hydrometer. When blending down an obscured spirit this might necessitate several, hour long distillations. - One of the great advantages of the AlcoTest-RI is it can deliver accurate but “Unofficial” Percent ABV readings of obscured products. In less than 2 minutes you can have a Percent ABV measurement, then continue diluting and blending – this save hours of work on each batch and countless hours each month. Only the final measurement for label value would have to be done with the lab still and it is possible to eliminate many of those distillations as well. - When using the AlcoTest-RI in production mode the % ABV measurements are quite accurate without distillation even on obscured samples like wines and ciders. The refractometer sees the obscuration in the sample and is able to compensate for this when testing the density / Percent ABV. Since tax is paid by volume at a flat on these lower %ABV products your main concern is being below the Percent ABV limit. The AlcoTest-RI will be more that accurate enough for measuring these products. - If you are a winery, distillery, or a combination of both, the AlcoTest-RI is the perfect instrument for your application providing any and all alcohol related testing in one system. It is really the ideal testing solution for all of the many testing activities that might be used in the making of high proof spirits, wine and cider. The TTB requires that obscured products like an Apple Pie Moonshine be distilled in a lab still to remove just the water and alcohol so that the Percent ABV can be measured in a TTB approved density meter or with a hydrometer. When blending down an obscured spirit this might necessitate several, hour long distillations. We enjoyed spending the day with Jason and wish the team well with their new instrumentation.
Free Business Planning Tool
 
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www.crewscomcons.co.uk, Business Planning Tools Free Spreadsheet. Following on from the powerpoint presentation Business Planning Tools and Techniques -- available from http://crewscomcons.co.uk/blog/?p=37 This is a practical easy to use business planning tool which captures all the key measures including Volumes Sales Values and profit. Attached is the business planning tool instruction video for the model which is available currently by emailing -- [email protected] -- to request a copy. This is a cleaned version of a real life forecasting model -- which I am sure you will find helpful. This model creates a robust business plan built up by customers / by product / by price. This should tie in with the top line business plan and allow clients to manage the differences. This has proved to be a very powerful business tool that helps all areas of the business not only sales but production planning accounts and marketing. This tool really comes into its own when used as the triggers for action lists to ensure the sales are achieved. This model allows clients to review their sales value and profit as a total and also by customer / product type and channel / route to market. Input : 1. Sector / Channel - select from 5 categories that can be set as needed in the drop down list 2. Customer name -- straight forward -- this is then duplicated down so only 1 input is required 3. Customer No if used internally as per customer name only input once 4. Product name 5. Part No -- internal code for a specific Product No -- helps with internal production planning 6. Category, allowing you to track product categories, in this model there are 18 separate categories that can be labelled as required from the drop down menus -- currently A-M 7. Organic/ Upside -- this classification is 1 of 3 to identify existing clients -- organic growth, new products and potential clients 8. Volume by month -- input the monthly forecasted volumes for each product 9. Selling price per month -- so that reflect the actual sales price so reduce this if running promotions. 10. Cost of Goods -- the cost of each of these specific lines. Outputs -- these simple inputs have a range of pre designed reports / charts / comparisons -- so in these examples people will need to put in their budgets or last year actuals by customers. This shows comparisons with previous months -- so each month save as new version and cut and paste over the details. This also shows the sales value by client and the contribution by client too. Additionally there is a pivot table at the end that will allow you to really slice and dice the data as is required, to allow clients to drill down into the business in greater detail. Business Planning Tools www.crewscomcons.co.uk
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