Fredric Effects Announces the Verzerrer, Utility Perkolator MkII, and Dresden Synth Fuzz MkII

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy. North London, UK (March 7, 2019) — Fredric Effects are proud to announce the Verzerrer, Utility Perkolator MkII and Dresden Synth Fuzz MkII. Three unusual effects pedals in our newly designed wedge enclosures with top-mounted jacks. Copyright ©2019. All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use. Design, CMS, Hosting & Web Development :: ePublishing Reusable Spo2 Sensor, Disposable Spo2 Sensor – Medke,https://www.medke.com/

Downsizing Gave This Bryn Mawr Couple the Simple, Sophisticated Lifestyle They Were Looking For – Main Line Today – September 2019

Lisa Furey and her husband wanted to keep it simple. They were looking for a pied-à-terre—something that had the same pedestrian-friendly urban vibe found in Europe. They found it in a condominium with ready access to Bryn Mawr’s shops, restaurants and public transportation. Built in 2002, the condo lacked architectural features. But Furey, an interior designer specializing in high-end projects, immediately saw potential in the property and its location. The corner unit had lots of big windows and abundant natural light. “You come into the front door, and there’s a wall of glass that overlooks trees in a park,” Furey says. “It’s very calming. People literally exhale when they [see it].” A former divorce lawyer, Furey tapped into her extensive experience interviewing clients about how they currently live and how they want to live. “I’m a problem solver,” she says. Furey took a hard look at her household and life goals. At the time, she and her husband were empty nesters living in a lovely 4,400-square-foot home. Paired with a spacious second property in South Carolina, it was too much for them. But with strong personal and professional ties to the Main Line, they still needed a h...

Many of the projects we feature on Hackaday are motivated by pure greed. Not on the

Many of the projects we feature on Hackaday are motivated by pure greed. Not on the part of the hacker, mind you; but rather the company that’s charging such an outrageous price for a mass produced item that somebody decides they can do the same thing cheaper as a one-off project. Which is precisely how [Bryan Kevan] ended up building his own carbon fiber tube wrapping machine. Not only do the finished tubes look fantastic, but they cost him a fraction of what even the “cheap” commercial ones cost. The principle behind producing the tubes is really pretty simple: carbon fiber ribbon (or “tow”, in the official parlance) gets wrapped around a rotating mandrel, ideally in interesting patterns, and epoxy is added to bind it all together. When it’s hardened up, you slide the new carbon fiber tube off the mandrel and away you go building a bike frame or whatever it is you needed light and strong tubes for. You could even do it by hand, if you had enough patience. [Bryan] had done it by hand before, but was looking for a way to not only automate the process but make the final product a bit more uniform-looking. His idea was to rotate a horizontal PVC pipe as his mandrel, and move a “ca...

Fitness startup Peloton files for IPO with annual revenue of $915M

(CNN) – Peloton, the indoor fitness startup, filed paperwork on Tuesday for an initial public offering. The company generated $915 million in revenue in its most recent fiscal year, ending June 30, according to its IPO prospectus. That’s more than double the revenue it posted in the year prior. But Peloton’s net losses are growing, too. The company lost $195.6 million in the most recent year, up sharply from $47.9 million in the year prior. Peloton, best known for its internet-connected indoor bikes and subscription cycling classes that can be streamed live or on-demand into homes, said that it has more than 511,000 ”connected fitness” subscribers, which is double the year prior. It has over 1.4 million members, which includes anyone with a Peloton account. The company seeks to raise $500 million, according to the filing, which is a placeholder amount likely to change based on investor demand. Peloton was founded in 2012 by a group of five people — John Foley, Tom Cortese, Hisao Kushi, Yony Feng, and Graham Stanton. Foley is the CEO; he previously served as president of Barnes & Noble’s e-commerce division. In addition to its indoor bikes...

Apple opening up repair parts and tools to more third-party repair shops

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Why We Should Make Genetic Counselors Our Partners In The Growth Of IVF

Few of you know Jill, but in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, she was probably the most indispensable person in our IVF program. She was our genetic counselor. At the time, the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas was one of the highest volume preimplantation genetic testing (PGD) centers in the world. Having both Jacques Cohen and Santiago Munne under one roof attracted patients from just about everywhere: patients with recurrent pregnancy loss, patients with translocations, patients with cystic fibrosis and other genetic diseases who sought to avoid passing disease to their children. At the time PGD was offered in a small number of centers, so we did a lot of it. These cases were not simple. For example, sometimes we needed to design special fluorescent probes that would demonstrate the translocated pieces of chromosomes that, if passed on to a child in an unbalanced way, could result in fetal death. Few patients had the background to understand what we were doing without a lot of teaching; the need for informed consent meant that we did this type of teaching for every case. Of course I should not say “we.” Doctors are not very good genetic counse...

'A Cooler, Hipper English Rothko': Seminal Paintings by John Hoyland Shown as Part of Tate…

A display of seminal paintings by John Hoyland is on view now through October 31 as part of the Spotlights series at Tate Britain. Curated by Andrew Wilson, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Tate Britain, the six major works included are drawn from the Tate’s collection, with the display charting the progression of Hoyland’s work from the late sixties until 2010, the year before his death. The foremost British Abstract Expressionist of the twentieth century, Sheffield-born Hoyland (1934-2011), is known for his large, colourful and dramatic canvases. He constantly pushed the boundaries of painting with his bold use of colour, inventive forms and ever-evolving sense of what an abstract painting could be. The Tate Collection currently holds forty-two works by Hoyland. Curator Andrew Wilson has selected paintings from 1969 to 2010, showing the marked difference between Hoyland’s early and late work.The later works become more free-flowing, with a tendency towards thick impasto acrylic paint and varied forms, expanding upon the precision and simplicity of his earlier works.The six paintings show the arc of the artist’s work as it evolved from the huge colour-stained ca...

What is difference between OEM, CM, CEM, ECM, EMS, ODM, JDM, design house contract electronic terms?

Keywords Using keywords combined with using check boxes further targets your search for electronics services. Cancel Designing and manufacturing electronics hardware products has evolved into two camps. One camp is the OEM. The other is comprised of contract electronics solutions providers, who often subcontract with each other for the same OEM customer or program. Details below on differences between these firms plus, why its important you should know. The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is the brand, the company whose logo displays on the final product.. For example: Cisco, Dell, Samsung, Lenovo, LG, Microsoft, Apple… Take Apple, for example. Apple’s iPhone has the Apple logo clearly visible to users. Apple is the OEM. Apple designs its products, but Apple outsources the majority of the iPhone manufacturing production to contract electronics solutions providers. Apple does this to leverage cost to scale. Its cheaper for OEMs to pay another company (solutions provider) to purchase and carry land and factory overhead costs, purchase and deploy expensive production and test equipment, and pay a solutions provider to hire, staff and train provider employees inside factories...