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two large steam engines show running and pumping out steam. This is what it would have been like in the late 1800s early 1900s.
21 Sep 2008
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Large stream tractor in action. Watch the tractor move around the grounds. This is what they would have used in the late 1800s early 1900s
23 Jun 2008
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Please contact me at this email : Abbyloly****.cn . MSN: Abby020hotmail**** We have Solvent printer ,inkjet printer, SOLVENT , outdoor printer , large format printer, solvent ink , outdoor ink ,Ink for printer , banner machine, sign equipment, wide format printer ,cold laminator., laminator, hot air welder, welder.,seaming machine, cutting plotter, plotter, cutter, vinyl plotter, name card cutter, mini plotter, xaar head, xaar 128, xaar 126 Detailed Product Description TAIMES 3206D SOLVENT PRINTER Product Model TAIMES 3206D SOLVENT PRINTER Printhead SPT255-35PL Number of Printhead 6 Heads Maximum Print Width 3200mm Output (m2/h) Print Mode Standard Output (m2 /h) 240x540dpi 3pass 19.90 240x720dpi 4pass 15.30 240x540dpi 6pass 10.55 360x540dpi 3pass 14.67 360x720dpi 4pass 11.21 360x540dpi 6pass 7.66 360x720dpi 8pass 5.74 Ink Type : Solvent Ink / ECO-Solvent Ink Color : 6 Colors( C , M , Y , K , Lc , Lm ) Capacity : 5L Per Main Tank of Each Color Ink Supply System : Low Ink Detector, Auto or Manual Ink Supply System Media Width : 3300mm Type : Vinyl,Flex,Polyester,Back-lit Film, Window Film,etc Auto Media Feeding System Equipped ( Max. Media Weight 80kg ) Auto Cleaning System Positive Pressure Cleaning Anti-clogged Flash Function & Capping System Pre-heating & Drying System Equipped Clamp Equipped Print Interface USB2.0 Printhead Height 2 to 4 mm Above Media Adjustable RIP Software Maintop , UltraPrint , PhotoPrint , Topaz , Wasatch , Caldera Input Power AC 220V ,50Hz/60Hz Machine Dimension L4,300 x W800 x H1,160 mm Net Weight : 340Kg Package Dimension L4,500 x W1,100 x H900 mm Gross Weight : 420Kg Operation Environment Temperature: 20~28 o C Humidity: 40%~60% Advance Technic: * Original Japanese drop on demand piezo print head with steel plate protected, 255 active nozzles * 6 color plus 720dpi makes unmatchable color and high resolution. * The voltage of the print head, automatically adjustable to the temperature, prevents blockage caused by the change of temperature. * The function of skipping white space is added to increase productivity. * The adjustment of bi-direction, step and carriage moving speed can be made during printing. * Edge feather function can blur the pass line and feather the pass edge. * Delicately designed alloy-aluminum platform.
28 Jun 2008
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Please contact me at this email : Abbyloly****.cn . MSN: Abby020hotmail**** We have Solvent printer ,inkjet printer, SOLVENT , outdoor printer , large format printer, solvent ink , outdoor ink ,Ink for printer , banner machine, sign equipment, wide format printer ,cold laminator., laminator, hot air welder, welder.,seaming machine, cutting plotter, plotter, cutter, vinyl plotter, name card cutter, mini plotter, xaar head, xaar 128, xaar 126 Detailed Product Description TAIMES 33VX Print Technique Xaar 130/600DPI, 8/12 heads Printing Quality Photo effect up to 1440DPI Max Printing Width 3250mm Max Media Width 3300mm Media Type PVC, Flex, vinyl, window film, ployester, etc. Ink Type Solvent-Eco solvent base ink: C, M, Y, K Color 4 color Output 3pass, 46m2/h 4pass, 35m2/h 6pass, 23m2/h 8pass, 17m2/h Printing Driver Aprint Rip, Onyx, Scanvec, Wasatch Rip supported Media Transmission Roll media less than 50kg/roll, Auto feeding Printhead Height 2mm - 4mm above media adjustable Pre-heater Auto heating after electrifying, the tiptop temperature is about 40oC Noise Printing status≤70dB, Waiting status ≤40dB(ISO7779) Printer Size (including ink tank) / Net Weight L3,900mm x W870mm x H1,100mm / 330kg Package Size / Weight L4,500mm x W925mm x H1,200mm / 368kg Input Voltage AC 100-240V, 50HZ/60HZ Power (AC 200V applied) Print: ≤3A, Heating: ≤5A Working Enviorment Temperature: 20oC-28oC, Humidity: 40%-70% What's special: 1. Equiped with XAAR 130/600DPI printheads. 2. USB2.0 high-speed data transport. 3. Automatic printheads heating system. 4. Double transmission media feeding rolls. 5. Reliable automatic solution cleaning system. 6. Front, middle and back media heating system. 7. Distinctively - Wavy printing, create excellent result. 8. 2-4mm adjustable height between printheads and media. 9. Air pumping system for ink pressure and printheads cleaning. 10. More than 6 years inkjet printer manufacturing experience, and moderb equipment production lines managerment, to ensure each machine is excellent.
4 Jul 2008
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So if someone comes up to you and their like: "Hey, you know about the Large Hadron Collider?" This is what you should say...
20 Sep 2008
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The Large Hadron Collider is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built and the highest energy particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator is located 100 m underground and runs through both French and Swiss territory. (27km circumference) Year 2008 marks the culmination of 20 years of work by over 8000 scientists thousands of engineers, technicians and support staff from over 80 different countries. Some critics say that this could create a black hole and could be the end of the universe. The first attempt starts on the 10th September 2008..! I, personally, find all this very interesting. I didn't even know what a LHC was until today but I've spent the morning learning lots. The science seems sound and those who are curious enough and have the opportunity to experiment will, I hope, have some questions answered. What will the answers be? Greater understanding of the Universe? A new source of energy to benefit our existence? A cataclysmic event that will bring about the end of the Earth? Nothing? Who knows? What I do know is that without the curiosity (and the fortitude)to find answers to our questions we would not learn. We would not learn how to read, write, hunt, fish, drive, communicate, develop, hypothesize, spiritualize etc. But do some of these answers come at a cost? Of course they do! When I was a kid I wondered if a bedsheet would be a good parachute if I jumped off my roof. The cost....well, let's just say me hitting the ground wasn't half as bad as when my Mum was finished with me. Obviously, the implications of some experiments can be far, far worse than my maiden flight. But what do we do? Come to a point where, "that's it! No more questions. If you've got 'em - too bad 'cos there'll be no more searching for answers." I don't think so. So, regardless of the outcome, at least we're still trying to find answers to our questions. But if it does go pear-shaped, I'm with Adam - safety in numbers people.
10 Sep 2008
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The Large Hadron Collider is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built and the highest energy particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator is located 100 m underground and runs through both French and Swiss territory. ( 27km circumference) Year 2008 marks the culmination of 20 years of work by over 8000 scientists thousands of engineers, technicians and support staff from over 80 different countries. some critics say that this could create a black hole and could be the end of the world.. the first attempt starts on the 10th september 2008..!(just a test run, the main collision with full power will happen in end of october) for more info folow the link. video is done by Chris Mann, CERN- european organization for nuclear research
13 Sep 2008
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Large Hadron Collider ( LHC )
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large hadron collider LHC cern C.E.R.N particle accelerator proton big bang largest experiment black hole computer science engineering physical
13 Sep 2008
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Large hadron collider physics particle accelerator physicists parties particl
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large bore 19 shot First Dynasty firework barrage. This firework barrage is mega loud - Go to epic fireworks for the largest range of fireworks in the UK - and all fireworks less than half price. Open 7 days - buy online. Fireworks available all year round.
14 Sep 2008
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video From Telegraph*** The £5 billion machine has been described as a 17-mile racetrack around which two streams of protons - building blocks of matter - run in opposite directions before smashing into one another. Reaching 99.99 per cent of the speed of light, each beam will pack as much energy as a Eurostar train travelling at 90 mph. The flashes from the collisions may help scientists reproduce the conditions that existed during the first moments after the Big Bang at the birth of the universe. Billed as the world's largest science experiment, the switch-on involved the first stream of subatomic particles - known as Hadrons - being fired into the tunnel, eagerly awaited by 10,000 scientists. Within an hour they had successfully completed a circuit, signified by two white dots flashing on a computer screen. The first collisions are expected in around 30 days. Physicists hope to learn more about the origins of mass, gravity and mysterious dark matter - the "glue" thought to hold the universe together. But concerns have been voiced - in particular by the German chemist Professor Otto Rossler - that black holes created by the LHC will grow uncontrollably and "eat the planet from the inside". These claims have been dismissed by leading scientists, including Prof Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University who said that the LHC is "feeble compared with what goes on in the universe. If a disaster was going to happen, it would have happened already." Watch: Stephen Hawking on the Large Hadron Collider experiment Watch: Telegraph TV visits CERN on the trail of the Higgs particle Watch: Large Hadron Collider workers' rap is YouTube hit The LHC will produce beams seven times more energetic than any previous machine, and around 30 times more intense when it reaches its design performance, probably by 2010.
16 Sep 2008
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