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Vasos de Papel con PLA

Conocemos los vasos de papel con PE para poder usar con líquidos, tanto fríos como calientes. Ahora disponemos también de los mismos vasos y soperas para bebidas, helados y sopas con recubrimiento de PLA (ácido poliláctico). 36 more words

Bebidas

The last PLA steam tug

The Empire expanded, cess-pits were banned,
water grew thick with steamships and sewage
and the docks pushed east out into the marshes,
breaking the horizon with a forest of cranes…

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China’s nuclear weapons policy could be about to radically change

Written by James Samuel Johnson.

There has long been a gap between China’s nuclear weapons capabilities and the aspirations of its defence strategists, some of whom are keen to align Beijing’s nuclear posture with the offensive, dominant stance of its… 745 more words

China

The Great 3D Printer Experiment: Results of the Second Test

Science is a tedious, messy business. Even doing a simple, rudimentary study like “Great 3D printer Experiment” is surprisingly difficult. Not because my propensity for causal thinking was exposed for the wart-ridden monster that is, or because of the resources and time commitment involved, but because it is nearly impossible to do right. 702 more words

Anycubic

Planet + 100% Compostable PLA Clear Cold Cup, 12-Ounce, 1000-Count Case

New for 2017, the Jaya Clear cups have moved over to our newely designed Planet + Cup Line up. The Planet + family of products from Stalkmarket deliver outstanding serving performance with all the same qualities as standard petroleum based / non-compostable paper cup products. 96 more words

The Great 3D Printer Experiment: Results of the First Test

Continued from the Prelude of The Great 3D Printer Experiment.

As a Soldier, I’ve relied on inductive reasoning /causal thinking for the majority of my career, rarely questioning doctrinal application. 838 more words

Anycubic

Mid size law firms doomed to planning, diligence

Guilford College president Jane Fernandes once counseled the College’s board of trustees that there is a difference between “planning” and “hoping.” (She communicated this very diplomatically, a measure of her fitness for her job.) 217 more words