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April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Volcanic eruptions in Iceland which this week caused thousands of flights to be canceled may continue for months, disrupting European air traffic as ash is sporadically blown above the continent’s busiest airports. More than 20,000 flights have been grounded after an April 14 eruption of the 1,666-meter (5,466-foot) Eyjafjallajökull volcano sent dust billowing across thousands of miles of European airspace and closed terminals from Dublin to Moscow. “It could go on for months,” Sigrun Hreinsdottir, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, said in a telephone interview from Reykjavik. “From what we’ve seen, it could erupt, pause for a few weeks, and then possibly erupt again.” Canceled flights are costing carriers about $200 million a day, the International Air Transport Association estimates. Restrictions over most of the U.K. will remain in place until 1 p.m. at least, shutting London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, and while terminals have reopened in Scotland and Ireland, others have closed as the cloud drifts southeast. Flights have been halted amid concern that the ash plume could damage engines or parts such as speed sensors. The finest material from the blast is formed of dust akin to glass, which can melt and congeal in a turbine, causing it to stop, said Sue Loughlin, head of vulcanology at the British Geological Survey. Eyjafjallajökull last erupted in December 1821, with the event lasting until January 1823. The current blast has sent ash to as high as 7 kilometers (4.5 miles), according to Gudrun Larsen, a vulcanologist at the University of Iceland. The magma had to pierce 200 meters of ice before erupting, she said. “We really don’t know if this eruption is going to last as long as the previous one, but we can’t say it’s not a possibility,” Larsen said by telephone. Fair Wind Prevailing winds may provide some respite for travelers. Air streams over Britain come from the west or southwest 70 percent of the time and would carry ash away from the major hubs such as Heathrow and Amsterdam Schiphol, said Barry Grommett, a meteorologist at the U.K. Met Office, the government forecaster. “We normally look to the Atlantic for our weather, so that’s going to move anything emitting from a volcano in Iceland away from us,” he said by telephone. “The predominant pattern would take the plume north-eastward from the eruption site.” The outlook this weekend is for westerly winds to pick up over northern Britain, shifting ash away from Scotland, while a blocking pattern may continue to keep it over England. The edge of the ash cloud was forecast to reach as far south as northern Italy and Romania and as far east as the borders of Kazakhstan as of 6 a.m. today London time, according to the Met office. Because of the wind direction Iceland’s Keflavik remains open, with North American flights to operating on schedule. BA, Ryanair Hubs serving 2 million people and 48 percent of Europe’s air traffic have been affected by the disruption, the Airports Council International industry group said yesterday in a statement, adding that situation was changing “every few hours.” British Airways Plc, which halted flights from the U.K. from midday on April 15, said last night that no services to and from London will operate today. Its shares tumbled 3.1 percent in the U.K. capital yesterday, the most since Feb 12. Ryanair Holdings Plc, the region’s largest discount carrier, canceled all flights to and from the U.K., Ireland, Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, northern France and Germany until 1 p.m. on April 19. The stock fell 2.5 percent in Dublin, the steepest drop since Feb. 5. ‘Safety First’ “This is a new situation for us,” Joe Sultana, director of airspace, network planning and navigation at Eurocontrol, which oversees the region’s flight paths, told reporters in Brussels yesterday. “We understand the economic impact to both the airlines and the European economy, but safety comes first.” Air France-KLM Group, the region’s biggest carrier, canceled all services from both Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports near Paris until 8 a.m. today and asked passengers not to travel to the terminals. Deutsche Lufthansa AG scrapped all flights scheduled to take off or land in Germany before midday, said spokesman Jan Baerwalde by telephone. The Icelandic eruption began on March 20 with a lava flow on the eastern flank of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, according to the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland. After a lull, it erupted again early on April 14, directly under the icecap that covers most of the mountain. “The problem here is we have magma interacting with glacier ice and that leads to explosions,” Hreinsdottir said. “That causes the material to go much higher in the air.” Mike Burton, a researcher at the Italian National Vulcanology Institute who has studied the ash from the latest explosion, said it presents more of a threat to aircraft than would the dust from a typical eruption. “It’s likely that ash production will continue long after all the ice is melted in the volcano as this kind of magma can produce ash without water,” Burton said by telephone. “Fine ash is easier to transport long distances and goes higher into the atmosphere, so this is not good news for flights.”
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April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Volcanic eruptions in Iceland which this week caused thousands of flights to be canceled may continue for months, disrupting European air traffic as ash is sporadically blown above the continent’s busiest airports. More than 20,000 flights have been grounded after an April 14 eruption of the 1,666-meter (5,466-foot) Eyjafjallajökull volcano sent dust billowing across thousands of miles of European airspace and closed terminals from Dublin to Moscow. “It could go on for months,” Sigrun Hreinsdottir, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, said in a telephone interview from Reykjavik. “From what we’ve seen, it could erupt, pause for a few weeks, and then possibly erupt again.” Canceled flights are costing carriers about $200 million a day, the International Air Transport Association estimates. Restrictions over most of the U.K. will remain in place until 1 p.m. at least, shutting London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, and while terminals have reopened in Scotland and Ireland, others have closed as the cloud drifts southeast. Flights have been halted amid concern that the ash plume could damage engines or parts such as speed sensors. The finest material from the blast is formed of dust akin to glass, which can melt and congeal in a turbine, causing it to stop, said Sue Loughlin, head of vulcanology at the British Geological Survey. Eyjafjallajökull last erupted in December 1821, with the event lasting until January 1823. The current blast has sent ash to as high as 7 kilometers (4.5 miles), according to Gudrun Larsen, a vulcanologist at the University of Iceland. The magma had to pierce 200 meters of ice before erupting, she said. “We really don’t know if this eruption is going to last as long as the previous one, but we can’t say it’s not a possibility,” Larsen said by telephone. Fair Wind Prevailing winds may provide some respite for travelers. Air streams over Britain come from the west or southwest 70 percent of the time and would carry ash away from the major hubs such as Heathrow and Amsterdam Schiphol, said Barry Grommett, a meteorologist at the U.K. Met Office, the government forecaster. “We normally look to the Atlantic for our weather, so that’s going to move anything emitting from a volcano in Iceland away from us,” he said by telephone. “The predominant pattern would take the plume north-eastward from the eruption site.” The outlook this weekend is for westerly winds to pick up over northern Britain, shifting ash away from Scotland, while a blocking pattern may continue to keep it over England. The edge of the ash cloud was forecast to reach as far south as northern Italy and Romania and as far east as the borders of Kazakhstan as of 6 a.m. today London time, according to the Met office. Because of the wind direction Iceland’s Keflavik remains open, with North American flights to operating on schedule. BA, Ryanair Hubs serving 2 million people and 48 percent of Europe’s air traffic have been affected by the disruption, the Airports Council International industry group said yesterday in a statement, adding that situation was changing “every few hours.” British Airways Plc, which halted flights from the U.K. from midday on April 15, said last night that no services to and from London will operate today. Its shares tumbled 3.1 percent in the U.K. capital yesterday, the most since Feb 12. Ryanair Holdings Plc, the region’s largest discount carrier, canceled all flights to and from the U.K., Ireland, Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, northern France and Germany until 1 p.m. on April 19. The stock fell 2.5 percent in Dublin, the steepest drop since Feb. 5. ‘Safety First’ “This is a new situation for us,” Joe Sultana, director of airspace, network planning and navigation at Eurocontrol, which oversees the region’s flight paths, told reporters in Brussels yesterday. “We understand the economic impact to both the airlines and the European economy, but safety comes first.” Air France-KLM Group, the region’s biggest carrier, canceled all services from both Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports near Paris until 8 a.m. today and asked passengers not to travel to the terminals. Deutsche Lufthansa AG scrapped all flights scheduled to take off or land in Germany before midday, said spokesman Jan Baerwalde by telephone. The Icelandic eruption began on March 20 with a lava flow on the eastern flank of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, according to the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland. After a lull, it erupted again early on April 14, directly under the icecap that covers most of the mountain. “The problem here is we have magma interacting with glacier ice and that leads to explosions,” Hreinsdottir said. “That causes the material to go much higher in the air.” Mike Burton, a researcher at the Italian National Vulcanology Institute who has studied the ash from the latest explosion, said it presents more of a threat to aircraft than would the dust from a typical eruption. “It’s likely that ash production will continue long after all the ice is melted in the volcano as this kind of magma can produce ash without water,” Burton said by telephone. “Fine ash is easier to transport long distances and goes higher into the atmosphere, so this is not good news for flights.”
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April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Volcanic eruptions in Iceland which this week caused thousands of flights to be canceled may continue for months, disrupting European air traffic as ash is sporadically blown above the continent’s busiest airports. More than 20,000 flights have been grounded after an April 14 eruption of the 1,666-meter (5,466-foot) Eyjafjallajökull volcano sent dust billowing across thousands of miles of European airspace and closed terminals from Dublin to Moscow. “It could go on for months,” Sigrun Hreinsdottir, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, said in a telephone interview from Reykjavik. “From what we’ve seen, it could erupt, pause for a few weeks, and then possibly erupt again.” Canceled flights are costing carriers about $200 million a day, the International Air Transport Association estimates. Restrictions over most of the U.K. will remain in place until 1 p.m. at least, shutting London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, and while terminals have reopened in Scotland and Ireland, others have closed as the cloud drifts southeast. Flights have been halted amid concern that the ash plume could damage engines or parts such as speed sensors. The finest material from the blast is formed of dust akin to glass, which can melt and congeal in a turbine, causing it to stop, said Sue Loughlin, head of vulcanology at the British Geological Survey. Eyjafjallajökull last erupted in December 1821, with the event lasting until January 1823. The current blast has sent ash to as high as 7 kilometers (4.5 miles), according to Gudrun Larsen, a vulcanologist at the University of Iceland. The magma had to pierce 200 meters of ice before erupting, she said. “We really don’t know if this eruption is going to last as long as the previous one, but we can’t say it’s not a possibility,” Larsen said by telephone. Fair Wind Prevailing winds may provide some respite for travelers. Air streams over Britain come from the west or southwest 70 percent of the time and would carry ash away from the major hubs such as Heathrow and Amsterdam Schiphol, said Barry Grommett, a meteorologist at the U.K. Met Office, the government forecaster. “We normally look to the Atlantic for our weather, so that’s going to move anything emitting from a volcano in Iceland away from us,” he said by telephone. “The predominant pattern would take the plume north-eastward from the eruption site.” The outlook this weekend is for westerly winds to pick up over northern Britain, shifting ash away from Scotland, while a blocking pattern may continue to keep it over England. The edge of the ash cloud was forecast to reach as far south as northern Italy and Romania and as far east as the borders of Kazakhstan as of 6 a.m. today London time, according to the Met office. Because of the wind direction Iceland’s Keflavik remains open, with North American flights to operating on schedule. BA, Ryanair Hubs serving 2 million people and 48 percent of Europe’s air traffic have been affected by the disruption, the Airports Council International industry group said yesterday in a statement, adding that situation was changing “every few hours.” British Airways Plc, which halted flights from the U.K. from midday on April 15, said last night that no services to and from London will operate today. Its shares tumbled 3.1 percent in the U.K. capital yesterday, the most since Feb 12. Ryanair Holdings Plc, the region’s largest discount carrier, canceled all flights to and from the U.K., Ireland, Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, northern France and Germany until 1 p.m. on April 19. The stock fell 2.5 percent in Dublin, the steepest drop since Feb. 5. ‘Safety First’ “This is a new situation for us,” Joe Sultana, director of airspace, network planning and navigation at Eurocontrol, which oversees the region’s flight paths, told reporters in Brussels yesterday. “We understand the economic impact to both the airlines and the European economy, but safety comes first.” Air France-KLM Group, the region’s biggest carrier, canceled all services from both Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports near Paris until 8 a.m. today and asked passengers not to travel to the terminals. Deutsche Lufthansa AG scrapped all flights scheduled to take off or land in Germany before midday, said spokesman Jan Baerwalde by telephone. The Icelandic eruption began on March 20 with a lava flow on the eastern flank of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, according to the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland. After a lull, it erupted again early on April 14, directly under the icecap that covers most of the mountain. “The problem here is we have magma interacting with glacier ice and that leads to explosions,” Hreinsdottir said. “That causes the material to go much higher in the air.” Mike Burton, a researcher at the Italian National Vulcanology Institute who has studied the ash from the latest explosion, said it presents more of a threat to aircraft than would the dust from a typical eruption. “It’s likely that ash production will continue long after all the ice is melted in the volcano as this kind of magma can produce ash without water,” Burton said by telephone. “Fine ash is easier to transport long distances and goes higher into the atmosphere, so this is not good news for flights.”
10 May 2010
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April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Volcanic eruptions in Iceland which this week caused thousands of flights to be canceled may continue for months, disrupting European air traffic as ash is sporadically blown above the continent’s busiest airports. More than 20,000 flights have been grounded after an April 14 eruption of the 1,666-meter (5,466-foot) Eyjafjallajökull volcano sent dust billowing across thousands of miles of European airspace and closed terminals from Dublin to Moscow. “It could go on for months,” Sigrun Hreinsdottir, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, said in a telephone interview from Reykjavik. “From what we’ve seen, it could erupt, pause for a few weeks, and then possibly erupt again.” Canceled flights are costing carriers about $200 million a day, the International Air Transport Association estimates. Restrictions over most of the U.K. will remain in place until 1 p.m. at least, shutting London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, and while terminals have reopened in Scotland and Ireland, others have closed as the cloud drifts southeast. Flights have been halted amid concern that the ash plume could damage engines or parts such as speed sensors. The finest material from the blast is formed of dust akin to glass, which can melt and congeal in a turbine, causing it to stop, said Sue Loughlin, head of vulcanology at the British Geological Survey. Eyjafjallajökull last erupted in December 1821, with the event lasting until January 1823. The current blast has sent ash to as high as 7 kilometers (4.5 miles), according to Gudrun Larsen, a vulcanologist at the University of Iceland. The magma had to pierce 200 meters of ice before erupting, she said. “We really don’t know if this eruption is going to last as long as the previous one, but we can’t say it’s not a possibility,” Larsen said by telephone. Fair Wind Prevailing winds may provide some respite for travelers. Air streams over Britain come from the west or southwest 70 percent of the time and would carry ash away from the major hubs such as Heathrow and Amsterdam Schiphol, said Barry Grommett, a meteorologist at the U.K. Met Office, the government forecaster. “We normally look to the Atlantic for our weather, so that’s going to move anything emitting from a volcano in Iceland away from us,” he said by telephone. “The predominant pattern would take the plume north-eastward from the eruption site.” The outlook this weekend is for westerly winds to pick up over northern Britain, shifting ash away from Scotland, while a blocking pattern may continue to keep it over England. The edge of the ash cloud was forecast to reach as far south as northern Italy and Romania and as far east as the borders of Kazakhstan as of 6 a.m. today London time, according to the Met office. Because of the wind direction Iceland’s Keflavik remains open, with North American flights to operating on schedule. BA, Ryanair Hubs serving 2 million people and 48 percent of Europe’s air traffic have been affected by the disruption, the Airports Council International industry group said yesterday in a statement, adding that situation was changing “every few hours.” British Airways Plc, which halted flights from the U.K. from midday on April 15, said last night that no services to and from London will operate today. Its shares tumbled 3.1 percent in the U.K. capital yesterday, the most since Feb 12. Ryanair Holdings Plc, the region’s largest discount carrier, canceled all flights to and from the U.K., Ireland, Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, northern France and Germany until 1 p.m. on April 19. The stock fell 2.5 percent in Dublin, the steepest drop since Feb. 5. ‘Safety First’ “This is a new situation for us,” Joe Sultana, director of airspace, network planning and navigation at Eurocontrol, which oversees the region’s flight paths, told reporters in Brussels yesterday. “We understand the economic impact to both the airlines and the European economy, but safety comes first.” Air France-KLM Group, the region’s biggest carrier, canceled all services from both Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports near Paris until 8 a.m. today and asked passengers not to travel to the terminals. Deutsche Lufthansa AG scrapped all flights scheduled to take off or land in Germany before midday, said spokesman Jan Baerwalde by telephone. The Icelandic eruption began on March 20 with a lava flow on the eastern flank of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, according to the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland. After a lull, it erupted again early on April 14, directly under the icecap that covers most of the mountain. “The problem here is we have magma interacting with glacier ice and that leads to explosions,” Hreinsdottir said. “That causes the material to go much higher in the air.” Mike Burton, a researcher at the Italian National Vulcanology Institute who has studied the ash from the latest explosion, said it presents more of a threat to aircraft than would the dust from a typical eruption. “It’s likely that ash production will continue long after all the ice is melted in the volcano as this kind of magma can produce ash without water,” Burton said by telephone. “Fine ash is easier to transport long distances and goes higher into the atmosphere, so this is not good news for flights.”
10 May 2010
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Big Art Studios in West Oakland is building an over-sized botanical garden out of salvage and scrap metal. Video camera and editing by Tom Sepe. Special Thanks to Peef Sadow. Check out *******theinfinitarium**** for more info
17 May 2010
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Take with you everywhere you go the 12 animals of the Zodiac!!! This is an outstanding netsuke made out from high quality raw mammoth ivory Tusk. It had been carved by top skilled Master carver & signed by him as well. The Master carver depicted all the 12 animal of the zodiac on a small ivory scrap - only 4 cm Diameter. This metsuke is a proud Member at *******www.IvoryAndArt**** Master Netsukes collection
1 Jun 2010
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Laser Cutting Plastic with X-Y table and Co2 laser the LP8000 series Worldwide Laser provides Co2 lasers the LP8000 series ranging from 10 watts to 400 watts in either air cooled or water cooled format -150 to 400 watt are always water cooled The Co2 laser marking systems are perfect for laser cutting many different materials from packaging supplies, food containers, acrylic and plastic parts, and degateing or removal of plastic parts from injection tree molds. In this article we concentrate on use of the LP8000 series of Co2 lasers for cutting design or patterns from plastic, the laser cutting of plastic is accomplished with a fixed beam delivery system and x-y table. The advantages of using a laser for this application are significant n The x-y table area can be configured as required which allows for many parts or sections to be laser cut from plastic sheet in rapid order. n The laser beam from the LP8000 Co2 laser system has a sealing effect on plastic providing a clean, smooth, and polished edge n All blades and saws are eliminated so nothing comes in contact with the part, there is no wearing of the blade or knife eliminating costly replacement and down time n The LP8000 Co2 laser and x-y table can write text or laser mark machine readable bar codes along with cutting the part. n The placement of the cut is accurate and highly repeatable and does not vary over time due to wear so scrap rates are greatly reduced or eliminated providing significant cost savings n Debris, dust, and air born particulate generally associated with mechanical cutting methods are eliminated providing a green eco friendly manufacturing alternative to industry *******www.wlsc****/laser-marking-etching/environmentally-friendly/ Worldwide Laser also provides parts, repairs and refubished systems for the Lumonics series of Laser Mark systems 920, 930, 940, 950 ,and 960 Fiber Lasers, YAG lasers, Co2 Lasers and UV lasers Worldwide Laser for all your laser needs www.wlsc**** 480.892.8566 option 5 fax 480.497.9661
13 Jun 2010
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Laser Cutting Plastic with X-Y table and Co2 laser the LP8000 series Worldwide Laser provides Co2 lasers the LP8000 series ranging from 10 watts to 400 watts in either air cooled or water cooled format -150 to 400 watt are always water cooled The Co2 laser marking systems are perfect for laser cutting many different materials from packaging supplies, food containers, acrylic and plastic parts, and degateing or removal of plastic parts from injection tree molds. In this article we concentrate on use of the LP8000 series of Co2 lasers for cutting design or patterns from plastic, the laser cutting of plastic is accomplished with a fixed beam delivery system and x-y table. The advantages of using a laser for this application are significant n The x-y table area can be configured as required which allows for many parts or sections to be laser cut from plastic sheet in rapid order. n The laser beam from the LP8000 Co2 laser system has a sealing effect on plastic providing a clean, smooth, and polished edge n All blades and saws are eliminated so nothing comes in contact with the part, there is no wearing of the blade or knife eliminating costly replacement and down time n The LP8000 Co2 laser and x-y table can write text or laser mark machine readable bar codes along with cutting the part. n The placement of the cut is accurate and highly repeatable and does not vary over time due to wear so scrap rates are greatly reduced or eliminated providing significant cost savings n Debris, dust, and air born particulate generally associated with mechanical cutting methods are eliminated providing a green eco friendly manufacturing alternative to industry *******www.wlsc****/laser-marking-etching/environmentally-friendly/
16 Jun 2010
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Laser Cutting Plastic with X-Y table and Co2 laser the LP8000 series Worldwide Laser provides Co2 lasers the LP8000 series ranging from 10 watts to 400 watts in either air cooled or water cooled format -150 to 400 watt are always water cooled The Co2 laser marking systems are perfect for laser cutting many different materials from packaging supplies, food containers, acrylic and plastic parts, and degateing or removal of plastic parts from injection tree molds. In this article we concentrate on use of the LP8000 series of Co2 lasers for cutting design or patterns from plastic, the laser cutting of plastic is accomplished with a fixed beam delivery system and x-y table. The advantages of using a laser for this application are significant n The x-y table area can be configured as required which allows for many parts or sections to be laser cut from plastic sheet in rapid order. n The laser beam from the LP8000 Co2 laser system has a sealing effect on plastic providing a clean, smooth, and polished edge n All blades and saws are eliminated so nothing comes in contact with the part, there is no wearing of the blade or knife eliminating costly replacement and down time n The LP8000 Co2 laser and x-y table can write text or laser mark machine readable bar codes along with cutting the part. n The placement of the cut is accurate and highly repeatable and does not vary over time due to wear so scrap rates are greatly reduced or eliminated providing significant cost savings n Debris, dust, and air born particulate generally associated with mechanical cutting methods are eliminated providing a green eco friendly manufacturing alternative to industry *******www.wlsc****/laser-marking-etching/environmentally-friendly/ Worldwide Laser also provides parts, repairs and refubished systems for the Lumonics series of Laser Mark systems 920, 930, 940, 950 ,and 960 Fiber Lasers, YAG lasers, Co2 Lasers and UV lasers Worldwide Laser for all your laser needs www.wlsc**** 480.892.8566 option 5 fax 480.497.9661
18 Jun 2010
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Laser marking platstic with Co2 laser the LP8000 series Worldwide Laser provides Co2 lasers the LP8000 series ranging from 10 watts to 400 watts in either air cooled or water cooled format -150 to 400 watt are always water cooled The Co2 laser marking systems are perfect for laser marking many different materials from packaging supplies, food containers, acrylic and plastic parts, and wood. In this article we concentrate on use of the LP8000 series of Co2 lasers for laser marking & laser etching design, pattern, bar codes, and text into plastic, the laser marking of plastic is accomplished with a fixed beam delivery system and x-y table., or for other operations the LP8000 series Co2 laser can use a gavlo head beam delivery. The advantages of using a laser for this application are significant The x-y table area can be configured as required which allows for many parts or sections to be laser cut from plastic sheet in rapid order. The galvo head for laser marking is extremely fast The laser beam from the LP8000 Co2 laser system has a sealing effect on plastic providing a clean, smooth, and polished edge All blades and saws are eliminated so nothing comes in contact with the part, there is no wearing of the blade or knife eliminating costly replacement and down time The LP8000 Co2 laser and x-y table can write text or laser mark machine readable bar codes along with cutting the part. The placement of the cut is accurate and highly repeatable and does not vary over time due to wear so scrap rates are greatly reduced or eliminated providing significant cost savings Debris, dust, and air born particulate generally associated with mechanical cutting methods are eliminated providing a green eco friendly manufacturing alternative to industry *******www.wlsc****/laser-marking-etching/environmentally-friendly/ Worldwide Laser also provides parts, repairs and refubished systems for the Lumonics series of Laser Mark systems 920, 930, 940, 950 ,and 960 Fiber Lasers, YAG lasers, Co2 Lasers and UV lasers Worldwide Laser for all your laser needs www.wlsc**** 480.892.8566 option 5 fax 480.497.9661
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Worldwide Laser provides Co2 lasers the LP8000 series ranging from 10 watts to 400 watts in either air cooled or water cooled format -150 to 400 watt are always water cooled The Co2 laser marking systems are perfect for laser marking many different materials from packaging supplies, food containers, acrylic and plastic parts, and wood. In this article we concentrate on use of the LP8000 series of Co2 lasers for laser marking & laser etching design, pattern, bar codes, and text into plastic, the laser marking of plastic is accomplished with a fixed beam delivery system and x-y table., or for other operations the LP8000 series Co2 laser can use a gavlo head beam delivery. The advantages of using a laser for this application are significant The x-y table area can be configured as required which allows for many parts or sections to be laser cut from plastic sheet in rapid order. The galvo head for laser marking is extremely fast The laser beam from the LP8000 Co2 laser system has a sealing effect on plastic providing a clean, smooth, and polished edge All blades and saws are eliminated so nothing comes in contact with the part, there is no wearing of the blade or knife eliminating costly replacement and down time The LP8000 Co2 laser and x-y table can write text or laser mark machine readable bar codes along with cutting the part. The placement of the cut is accurate and highly repeatable and does not vary over time due to wear so scrap rates are greatly reduced or eliminated providing significant cost savings Debris, dust, and air born particulate generally associated with mechanical cutting methods are eliminated providing a green eco friendly manufacturing alternative to industry *******www.wlsc****/laser-marking-etching/environmentally-friendly/
21 Jun 2010
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*******www.sellusyourcaronline**** - Would you like to sell your car fast? Learn how to sell cars for cash in Phoenix, Arizona. Sell your used car online by receiving a free quote from Sell Us Your Car Online. Selling a used car has never been easier. We buy cars in any condition - junk cars, old cars, totaled cars, wrecked cars, scrap cars and broken cars.
1 Jul 2010
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at The Worm Farm you can buy earthworms, redworms, nightcrawlers and dendras for vermicomposting, worm farms and fishing. In addition to earth worms, red worms, European night crawlers and dendras, The Worm Farm also has organic and natural soil amendments and fertilizers for home gardens, specialty growers and commercial agriculture. Our soil and potting mixes feature 99% pure worm castings (grown on site from our Eisenia Fetida red worms), mixed with a variety of premium compost, soil amendments and fertilizers. In addition to our standard mixes, we will combine your favorite ingredients to create any special mix you desire. At The Worm Farm, we have over 100 bulk soil amendments to choose from. Learn about our specialty coco mixes for rapid root growth, our balanced NPK formulas for optimum plant growth and budding, how to make compost teas and more... visit our web site or call our office for more information. Our products are available year-round for spring gardens, summer gardens, fall gardens and winter garden preparation. Northern California growers find an abundant supply of potting mixes (developed from 2 decades of feedback from our clients), as well as the opportunity to create their own special mix from our list of over 100 specialty organic or natural soil amendments and fertilizers. Know what you want? We will prepare your mix based on the ingredient percentages you prefer. Need help deciding? We will prepare a mix based upon the optimum ingredients and nutrients needed for your area, garden or specialty growing needs. The Mission of The Worm Farm is to provide gardeners with a better means of producing healthier plants while affecting the environment in a positive manner. One of the amazing benefits of raising composting worms, is their utility as a virtual organic garbage disposal solution. Red worms consume all sorts of kitchen scraps and organic compounds like shredded paper, cloth, manure, banana peels, watermelon rinds (just about anything organic, but avoid meat, dairy, and oily substances or you'll attract flies and pests). The end product is organic, odorless castings that will transform fruits, vegetables, and flowers into an amazingly bountiful array of flowering buds and vegetables. In some parts of the world, like the Philippines, China, and also parts of the U.S., entire communities use composting worms to help reduce waste and grow healthier plants and gardens.
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*******www.activewearusa****/Yoga_Bags/Yogoco_Yoga_Bags.html Introducing an eco-friendly yoga bag made from pre-consumer T-shirts scraps, conserving our precious natural resources: land, water and energy!
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