Many operators are familiar with Davidon, a company originally formed in 1995 by David Chancey in

Many operators are familiar with Davidon, a company originally formed in 1995 by David Chancey in Unadilla, Georgia for the manufacture of DRP-955 adjuvant and Hi-Tek rotary atomizers. These two products addressed an area in the aerial application business that David felt needed improvement with application and accuracy. Since it formation, Davidon has brought a Many operators are familiar with Davidon, a company originally formed in 1995 by David Chancey in Unadilla, Georgia for the manufacture of DRP-955 adjuvant and Hi-Tek rotary atomizers. These two products addressed an area in the aerial application business that David felt needed improvement with application and accuracy. Since it formation, Davidon has brought a variety of spray equipment technology to ag-aviation. David sold Hi-Tek Atomizers and many other products developed by Davidon to Transland in 2017, retaining the DRP-955 adjuvant product line.  Fast forward to 2019. An enterprising couple, Tristin and Stacey Drury from coastal Georgia purchased Davidon from David to bring new and innovative products to the newly debuted Davidon Agri-Systems. Tristin has a background in machining, having sold a machine shop to fo...

2028 Global Pharmaceutical Intermediates Market Expansion with Advanced Technologies & Competitive Analysis

The most recent announcement by MarketResearch.Biz on ‘Global Pharmaceutical Intermediates Market‘ starts with product illustration, definition, development, and order, details and market figures. The Pharmaceutical Intermediates report shows the inference period from 2019 to 2028. It provides an extensive investigation of Pharmaceutical Intermediates showcase factual data, advancement factors, the prominent producers/real Pharmaceutical Intermediates players, and land locale Pharmaceutical Intermediates investigation. It studies about historical showcase to take a shot at present Pharmaceutical Intermediates requirement and anticipate future market leaning. It provides upgrade strategies, tendencies, and plans of every key Pharmaceutical Intermediates industry players alongside their collecting forms and extraordinary methodologies utilized throughout a procedure. In a chapter-wise format inclusive of graphical and statistical representation, the Pharmaceutical Intermediates report explains the current market dynamics and the distinctive factors likely to affect the global Pharmaceutical Intermediates market over the forecast period. The research draws attention to correct past...

All 2,493 items targeted by China’s tariffs in US trade war — Quartz

China’s latest tariff retaliation, announced today, will hit some $60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States.  Before the trade war starts in earnest, China bought about 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods, from Maine lobster to Boeing aircraft. It has been the largest market for Apple iPhones since 2016. Since the escalation of tariffs, though, China has stopped buying soybeans and lobsters, and Apple warned it would miss its expected Christmas holiday sales figures because of trade tensions. In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing also added 20% tariffs on 1,078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products (all links in Chinese). The list was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.  Sound Fence, Noise Barrier, Barrier Panel, Highway Walls, Sound Barrier – ...

Fail Of The Week: Did My Laser Cutter Tube Really Burn Out?

All the cool kids are doing it these days, or more like for many years now: you can get a laser cutter for a song if you don’t mind doing your own repairs and upgrades — you know, being a hacker. The downside is that some failures can really ruin your day. This is what [Erich Styger] encountered with his cutter that is just a bit more than a year old. This Fail of the Week looks at the mysterious death of a CO2 laser tube. This is the infamous K40 laser cutter. Our own [Adam Fabio] just took one on a couple of months back and [Erich] even references Hackaday coverage of the K40 Whisperer project as what pushed him over the edge to make the purchase. We’ve followed his blog as he acquired the cutter and made upgrades along the way, but after an estimated 500 hours of use, a horrible teeth-gnashing screech sprung forth from the machine. [Erich’s] reaction was to hit the e-stop; that’s certainly why it’s there. Chasing down the problem is a story well-told, but as is often the case with these FotW articles, in the end what caused the failure is not entirely known. We’d love to hear what you think about it in the comments below. The investigation began at the power supply for the la...

I was scrolling through the feed when it appeared. “What a brilliant idea!” I thought, “I’m

I was scrolling through the feed when it appeared. “What a brilliant idea!” I thought, “I’m going to do that.” Next day, I’m in a Kmart buying a $19 shoe rack. Not for my shoes, mind, but for my bath. Like hundreds of thousands of other women, I spend time on Facebook and Instagram looking for “inspo” for my own home. I love a bargain and a brilliant idea as much as the next person, which is why discount stores like Kmart have inspired massive fan groups to spring up online. In these groups you’ll often find their products being used in ways that their designers never intended. A framed tea towel becomes wall decor, a cutlery drawer becomes a succulent garden and acres of $3 marble and timber-look contact have covered everything from fridges to furniture, laptops to benchtops – which is how I came across this “bath hack”. “The most popular and the latest ‘hack’ craze is the ‘bath hack’, where the shoe rack shelf is used to cover over either part of the bath or over the entire bath to allow for a shelf and extra storage space,” says Taryn Stevens, who with her adult daughter Danielle started the Facebook group “Kmart & Beyond ideas – Australia” three and a half years ago whi...

Event #15: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship | 2019 World Series of Poker

Event #15: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship, began with 112 players. After dozens of thrilling heads-up matches between legends of the felt, only one player emerged with an undefeated record. That player was 30-year-old Sean Swingruber who outlasted the field, going 7-0 to capture his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $186,356. “It feels indescribable,” Swingruber said after his whirlwind championship match. “I’m not a huge tournament player, mostly cash games primarily, but I’ve put a lot of work into heads-up recently. I’ve always eyed this tournament and thought I could have an edge versus other MTT players.” With an odd bracket number of entries, the majority of the field was given half of their buy-in back and essentially played a $5,000 satellite in a “play-in” round. Swingruber was a part of that majority and faced off against Bill Klein in the “play-in” round. After finding himself on the shorter stack for a hefty portion of the match, Swingruber closed it out when his king-queen bested Klein’s ace-four. A king-high runout propelled Swingruber ...

California’s First Governor Was Racist. San Jose School Will Join Others in Removing His Name | The California Report

You might think that the first U.S. governor of California would be a household name in the state he helped usher into being. But not many people know much about Peter Burnett, and those who do aren’t exactly singing his praises as a founding father. “It felt like we had our own Confederate monument in the name of our school,” said Cap Wilhelm-Safian, an eighth-grade teacher at Burnett Middle School in San Jose. For the last year, Wilhelm-Safian has been leading the charge to rename the school because of Burnett’s racist views. “Peter Burnett had this fantasy that the West Coast — Oregon and Washington and what is now California — should be all white,” said Gregory Nokes, who published a biography of Burnett in 2018. Born into a slaveholding family in Tennessee in 1807, Burnett moved to Missouri (where he became a lawyer and defended Mormon leader Joseph Smith) before leading the first major wagon train to Oregon in 1843. The following year, he wrote an amendment to Oregon’s anti-slavery law, which excluded free blacks and allowed residents to keep slaves in the territory for three years before they would be freed and forced to leave. &...

JAMESTOWN — Greeneview High School is looking for the following coaches for the Fall 2019 sports

JAMESTOWN — Greeneview High School is looking for the following coaches for the Fall 2019 sports season: Assistant football coach; head girls tennis coach; and assistant volleyball coach. If interested, please email mark.rinehart@greeneview.org . A possible Physical Education position may be opening in the school district as well. YELLOW SPRINGS — The 2019 Southwest Ohio Track Club Summer Track & Field program is now conducting practice sessions on the Yellow Springs HS Track. This program is open to elementary, middle school, high school, post collegiate and masters athletes who are looking for a place to practice and compete in track and field. If interested, please contact Club President Peter Dierauer (937-356-8738) or president@swohiotc.org or Coach Ken Rengering (937-241-9153) or coachken@swohiotc.org . CINCINNATI — Registrations are now open for the annual Redlegs Run, which will be held on Saturday, June 8 at Great American Ball Park. Runners have five different event options. All events are for walkers and runners of all ages, with the exception of the Gapper’s Kids Fun Run, which is limited to kids ages 10 and under. All participants will receive a custom race meda...

A French start-up company is using premium wine cans from Ball for its Languedoc-Roussillon Appellation d’Origine

A French start-up company is using premium wine cans from Ball for its Languedoc-Roussillon Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée red, white and rosé wines. Fabulous Brands, the company behind WineStar, is the first to offer French medal winning wines with an AOC-label in aluminum cans. A red, a rosé and a white wine are available in 200ml special cans produced by Ball Packaging Europe. Quality is the unique selling point of the WineStar range. All three wines are labelled AOC. The wines originate from Château de I`Ille, an award-winning wine producer from the Languedoc region. In the future, WineStar is planning to grow its range and include wines from other AOC regions like Burgundy, Bordeaux and Côtes du Rhône. Fabulous Brands founder Cédric Segal has high ambitions: “We want to become the ‘Nespresso’ of wine and make the quality wine market more democratic. Why open a bottle when you can choose from a selection of delicious, award winning wines, one can at a time? “We want to change the way consumers enjoy high quality French wine, in a small, elegant and trendy packaging. We worked with Ball Packaging Europe to develop premium wine cans for AOC wines to help us realize this ambi...

IPP REVIEW–The International North-South Transport Corridor

One of Eurasia’s largest connectivity projects is taking off. The International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) is a major transit route designed to facilitate the carriage of goods from Mumbai in India to Helsinki in Finland, using Iranian ports and railroads, which Tehran plans to connect to those of Azerbaijan and Russia and its Baltic ports. Those links could give Russia rail connectivity to both the Persian Gulf and the Indian rail network. Russia, Iran and India founded and laid the groundwork for the project between 2000 and 2002. Subsequently, other countries joined the project. They included Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Bulgaria. With countries in the Caucuses, South Europe, West Asia and Central Asia joining the INSTC, it is envisaged as one of Eurasia’s most important connectivity ventures. The INSTC is not and cannot be a counterpoise to China’s Belt and Road Imitative (BRI). Apart from India, all the countries involved in the INSTC are on the BRI. They also have far stronger trading ties with China than with India. Indeed, the INSTC was conceived long before Xi Jinping had arrived on the world scene as China’...

The ‘Game of Thrones’ finale featured another out-of-place beverage: a plastic water bottle

First a coffee cup, now a water bottle — for the second time in its final season, “Game of Thrones” left an out-of-place drink visible in an aired episode. The show’s finale aired Sunday night and for a brief moment during a scene set in the dragon pit, a plastic water bottle can be spotted next to the left foot of actor John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly in the show. The bottle is partially visible only for a few seconds around the 46-minute mark of the episode, before the camera cuts away. Viewers on Twitter first pointed out the goof, which was slightly less obtrusive — though no less out-of-place — than the coffee cup that appeared in the fourth episode of the season. Perhaps Bradley was thirsty; The scenes in the dragon pit were filmed in Roman ruins outside of Seville, Spain, one of the warmest cities in Europe. Milk glass bottle Peter Bailey-Wells can be reached at peter.bailey-wells@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @pbaileywells. Juice Bottle, Essential Oil Bottle, Health Food Glass Bottle, Medicine Bottle – Linlang,https://www.chglassware.com/

Manitowoc Introduces New Grove GMK4100L-1 All-Terrain Taxi Crane

Manitowoc has introduced a new Grove all-terrain crane for the global market. As with other recent Grove launches, the crane offers unique innovations and class-leading capabilities in the taxi (road travelling) category, according to the company. The four-axle Grove GMK4100L-1′s load charts and its compact design makes it easy to access and maneuver on the narrowest of job sites. The new 110-ton (100 t) capacity crane replaces the GMK4100L and is part of a new generation of Grove taxi cranes. Grove was the first manufacturer to produce a 110-ton capacity crane on four axles when it introduced the GMK4100L. The new GMK4100L-1 has some notable improvements. According to the manufacturer, the GMK4100L-1 offers the best load charts in this class in its maximum counterweight configuration, but also in its most common taxi configuration with a weight of less than 13.2 tons (12 t) per axle — a common axle load limit in many countries. Compared with the GMK4100L, the new GMK4100L-1 delivers 6.9 percent better load charts overall when in its 29-ton (26.2 t) maximum counterweight configuration. In the taxi configuration with a 7.4-ton (6.7 t) counterweight, the GMK4100L-1 has an in...

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