19 Burst results for "Piel"

Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:06 min | 3 months ago

Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

"I want to touch on the set up of the honeypot first. So as you were alluding to at your presentation, one of the reasons for behind pod is to understand the kind of attackers that would be interested in manufacturing facility to compromise it. So can you tell us how you set up the ICS components industrial control systems components like the hitch? The robotics workstation and try to make it as realistic as possible. So we went through we we already had four different PLC's we've used for other projects, and so we took those sees initially we were going to try and create the logic. I. But we found out is that it was actually a lot easier for us to go through and create the h. m. i.. So he went through a couple of of what our factory should be. and. We decided that we would go with a prototyping factory and the reason for that is that we could make changes on the fly would be a little bit easier instead of only making one type of part, they're pretty much always going to have the same setup. So we wanted something that was a little bit flexible so that if we went through and made changes, it wouldn't. Be, unusual. So we took our pile sees a connected them into an HMO for the. We just started dropping in some different components of what we thought would be at a prototyping facility, and that included a like a hopper or a container for our product. Basically, it was plastics, and then that would feed into a process heater that would heat up the material that would then go through an extruder and that would essentially similar to like a three D. printer or a an injection moulding print out the product, and then it would go off to a conveyor belt essentially and then get shipped out. So we had the appeal see we had different peels for different components. One of the components that one of the PC's was for the agitator in the tank as well as one of. The pumps. So the product would flow out of the tank using the agitator and then get pumped into the process that was essentially one of our PC's we had another one map for the process heater. Then another one map for the stronger and conveyor belts, and then a final one for the politics and the traffic I challenge I was just GonNa say listen I'm not too familiar with industrial countries. Can you explain what Piazzi is and what Tim is So An H. M. I is basically just a graphical interface. So when a switch on appeal see is turned on or off, usually control that through the Hmo I, just really interface, it can do other things but the primary function of the. Our human machine interface is a graphical user interface. Essentially, the L. sees a parable logic controller it can be set up in a number of ways, but typically you have logic on the device you have inputs and. Output S-. So one of the inputs might be a temperature sensor another, which could be the RPM from a motor. The outputs can be as simple as an honor offs function to turn on and off the process heater or the conveyor belt could also be something that you would use to increase or decrease the temperature of the process heater the PAC controls through. I O ports it has logic in there so that you can automatically perform functions. So if the temperature goes above five hundred degrees Fahrenheit than the PLC would automatically turn that down to four hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. For instance, you can set preconditions within the appeal see, and then you can also perform other demands that are remotely done through something like the. HMO. So you have fall components in your sat out, you have the agitator, the burner, the conveyor about and polite tyler, and you have a POC inter phasing with each of these components to allow the operator to adjust to operate at the components. So mostly for monitoring some some of it was for turning the process on and off, and so they it they. Had A bunch of different or a few different functions primarily turning it off and on and monitoring while the actual PLC's and we use some kind of pseudo logic in there to make it look realistic although they weren't actually connected to a real conveyor belt they weren't connected to a real prosecutor. So we simulated some of that data. So how long did it take for your team to come out with this design including the logic in the PRC's? Once. We had kind of settled on what our business was. We took about two weeks to get all of the the. All of the logic setup up that included setting up all the monitoring and all the other pieces as well, and you also have robotics on his well. Yes. So that was a simulated by one of the PLC's we didn't have a real robotic arm we did have a robotics work station. Bats some software on there, but it didn't control anything. So the way that you exposed visit a net is by the time I and also the PIC's as well. Correct. So initially, we had exposed the the robotics work station and all of the Piel sees and we did that using VNC on view only after a while we weren't really seeing anything so. We exposed with on VNC using read and write, and that's when we started getting more attacks and how is this setup different from your previous research where you were looking where research water system and the gas monitoring system I think initially on those that they had just kind of exposed certain ports in certain services online that were common I, think with the. Confident it was common to a gas station setup. This one was a lot more interactive. It required a bit more monitoring a day to day basis the other projects we were just able to collect logs whereas this one, we were actually monitoring what people were doing on our system by doing video recordings and stuff like

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"piel" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"piel" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"A Goethe's. Gift, only to find that another group of pirates linney pirates ever. I mean, it's Lady. You Pat with pilot ships were on democracy democratic. So you know I I totally the lower in the piel. Pirates. Great I'm just like you know fantastic artwork designing this ship discussions of the artists and yeah, it's it's just it's a great independent book top Cow. Statistic so you know it's gotTa be good Oh and image ads work with it too so. I don't put it on the actual printing press. Why I worry about who develops you're not who? Profits from the creative slave labor I. got you buddy. But, yes, living that was my independent book always trying to pick up one week. In College three now. Independent comics. trashy. DC. Months out. Of the way. I was going to recommend you a marvel book which you probably didn't even know this happened this week I know we're GONNA say no cable number three and I know you don't like on cable but guess who gives cable the business pretty much this whole issue. Not Cable I don't care. Oh. What about king of the Monsters Deadpool? Right who who has old cables dead body because old cables left. The way to note that says, you know fiber Di come get my body because he had his time machine in his. cyborg arm. So. Well. You know we don't have the image adductor back. The thank God we have a time machine. You know basically a, you know a lot of this is just the way telling them you know. You're not. You're not the old cable. You know not. You know come back when he hit puberty. and. I don't know young. Damian Wayne and I, just I only have room in my heart for one. So ended in its by Gerry Dugan who used to write that so Well that run eventual is everybody calls it. Just. Oh, speaking, Oh, speaking of theme way not did you hear? I'm guessing this is after choker war. I guess Tim Drake. I mean, 'cause young justice is getting canceled. I guess, Tim Drake's come back as Robin I. Don't know what Damian's GonNa do. Damn.

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"piel" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"piel" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"On facetime last week recording when you were like day. Three or four of the Basque. I couldn't laugh because my face I know but now my face is appealing. It feels amazing. It's like yeah I basically. I'm with Bobby last night. And he said Oh. Hey you know somebody get a Tan and said No. This is my fresh new skin. Peels done this. New Layer skin No no Tan. No nothing but there were a couple you know and been my husband. He had to do this two week. Cream that peeled off his face but for skin cancer so it was almost like they call it like a some people call it. I don't know exactly what he used. But there's like a chemo cream. Where basically it takes off all the layers and he had to have surgery to have some skin cancer removed and then the doctor said I want you to scream for two weeks and I remember him being in so much pain and I thought yeah. Ya Stop being a baby. I even thought when we got quarantine I wanted to steal that cream from him and do the two week peel on my face because I just thought well if we have the cream. This'll be amazing. And Oh by the way the joke with Caitlin was looking six months younger I I. It's a joke. I don't look any younger but my skin does look refreshed. And you know we're like why also why would you want to look six months younger? You should want to look like five years younger. Maybe anyway I just WanNa make sure I'm clarified. The Piel doesn't do anything. Besides give you a really nice glow and fresh new skin. Which yes has some youthfulness to it but I was thinking about..

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"piel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"piel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Her fiance died last month while vacationing in the dominican republic the home going service at the first baptist church glen alden speaking is underway now she and her fiance edward nathaniel holmes both died of respiratory failure and pulmonary dima according to an autopsy and now an eleventh american tourist has died while vacationing in the dominican republic a fifty six year old new york man vittorio caruso died at a resort and santo domingo a win for the president tariffs this morning at the supreme court challenge to the president's tariffs on steel has fallen supreme court declined to hear in the piel by the american institute for international steel which had argued that a key part of the law that was cited in justifying the tariffs was unconstitutional it's the second defeat for the group in the last couple of months the u._s. court for international trade had rejected its lawsuits in march that's correspondent jerry bowed lander in washington and in a six three decision the high court has just signed with the los angeles clothing designer who wants to trademark an obscene word for his clothing line he had been blocked by federal law prohibiting registration of immoral or scandalous ideas that offense team and family of a navy seal eddie gallagher who's on trial for war crimes is hopeful that last week stunning witness stand testimony strengthens their case as the court martial moves into its second week thursday prosecution witness testified it was he not special chief eddie gallagher who murdered a teen isis prisoner gal figgers accused of stabbing the teen in the neck killing him but special warfare operator corey scott testified as a prosecution witness that gallagher didn't kill the boy he did he plugged the boys breathing tube saying he did it because the teen would have been tortured by leaders gallagher's wife andrea we were shocked to hear that on the stands prosecution accused scott of lying to protect the chief and then nothing changes for their case the trial continues in san diego i'm jim roope checking your money the dow is up thirty eight the nasdaq down one point five three of next traffic and weather on one zero five point nine f._m. w._m._a. l. join chris.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold screens are already breaking

Kim Komando

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy Fold screens are already breaking

"Are numerous reports that the galaxy full broke with the very first day of us. We're talking serious screen problems either actual screen damage or just part of the screen just going black. And then never coming back on Samsung says they're investigating, but they say the damage could be. Caused by folks removing this protective plastic layer from the screen that they're not supposed to remove now think about this. What was the last time you actually purchased any device that didn't have a plastic cover that you didn't remove? So that this way you could use it. So you drop to grant on what's being called the next generation of smartphones. And all it takes to ruin it is a Piel at the corners quality workmanship right there. Okay. It's not as bad as Samson's exploding notes seven's a few years ago, but this isn't gonna do them any favors either thinking about it this way, your mattress still works. Even if you cut off that tag that they say you're never supposed to take off. Right. And the actresses always cost a lot less than the Samsung phones. Ing phone crazy stuff.

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"piel" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"What is of good life? Fam-? We are back in the Piel de. Twenty nineteen y'all. I cannot believe that FAM. It's going to be an incredible year for all of us that clip you just heard by the way is a little snippet from our interview with switch foot. We were blown away by them by their character by the things that they had to say so stick around in the episode at checkout that interview they're really impactful guys as twenty nineteen. What the heck I'm my gosh. Can I just say I've missed doing this? And I knew that like taking time off I was going to like obviously miss doing coming into the studio. But I didn't realize I guess it was unexpected to see how many of our good life family listeners reshot who may be a Instagram DM U2. saying like where is the good life Wednesday up Assode. You guys are probably like what are you up to over there? I'm gonna tell you what we were up to ABSA fricken. Lutely nothing. You got it right near being L A's Z Y baby sitting on the couch potato chips. Well, not after the new year and watching lots of Lord of the rings, which says his fallen asleep and maybe ten times now hold on. Let me just backtrack. There. Okay. So we really did take the time off to rest something that we have been Parisians all season last year, and we really needed to practice that especially after the holidays really taking that time to unplug it was so necessary because we feel so recharged and refreshed and our minds feel renewed. And you know, it's funny because the conversation Ramle came up, I think one night I had said I had never seen Lord of the rings in Stevie just like he was we're going to watch the whole saga like you're gonna watch. And I'm not gonna lie. I was in such cosy comfortable mode like it probably took me four days to finish the first one because I kept falling asleep now because it was boring. But because I was it was so I gotta say we're talking about focus today. And when we we watch these movies, I need you to focus because you have fallen asleep. I think four times the first one I don't know what the second. I think it's because when I'm finally in that moment where I'm laying on the couch. It's because I'm completely focused on. On just that one thing in my mind is ready to relax, and I say that you fall asleep in the most pinnacle moments of the movie, and I'm just like all this is so important, and she's like, you know, it so we did take some time off..

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"piel" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Hundred nine hundred dollars with shipping was about twelve. Yeah. Retail was about twelve or thirteen which was like half of what it originally replicator one was selling. But I remember about the cater one was something like twenty seven hundred hundred I came out. Remember it wasn't a kit. It was a fully assembled. She was not sold as a kit. I'm so I ordered what from what I could. Tell was one of the earliest flash forge creators in the United States. None of the other people on at least within the world of cyberspace that I was living in had one yet. I received it. And I was telling everybody about it. And I remember when I got it printed ABS, very very well did great. And I printed it with ABS came with the spool baby. As soon as that spill was gone. I thought oh, let's grab some of the P L. I have for my rep to not it could not print LA Pele was a relatively new thing back, then there was a lot of variation in and the quality of the Piel was being produced and a lot of extremes couldn't handle year. But the the the extruder that was in the flash forge which was not the Mark seven. The Mark seven is a very explicit design with threaded a threaded tube that threads into the aluminum, coal, cold block or cool block and threads down into the hot blocks. And then meets the threaded nozzle in the threaded nozzle and the threat of tube mate with pressure. And that locks the hot block. That's the way the Mark seven is they decided flash forage in China that the threaded the threaded tube. Hebrew could. Well, is that what you call heap break? And in case that threat a tube to get them aligned in the dual situation was so tricky to do that they said well are people that's going to take too much time. Let's just remove the threads on the upper part between the coal block and the tube. And lock it with a set. Screw will. They didn't understand how it worked. So the heat from the tube that came from the hot block did not dissipate into the cold block those fans that are in the front did virtually nothing. There was no heat dissipation at all. So the PL ages melted and turned liquid and clogged up the extruder. Well, I wrote them about this guy's you've kind of blew. It is stupid. I can't. Well, this this is not going to work. And so they're like they they kind of panicked and within a week. I got a whole new set of extruders in the mail package. Basically, it was the coal block with the to extruders attached to it with the coiled wires for the heaters in the thin. The Thermo the thermal couples, and I removed the old cold block. But this went in pop in and didn't take it apart because of frayed take it apart in what was in there. I figure the alignment of the two hot ends is right. They want to mess with and back. Then I wasn't as experienced with relief with desktop three d printing as I am today today. I'd be like, hey before I put that in my machine, I'm ripping it apart. I want it's easy to take it apart before you put plastic it. Yeah. Exactly. But plastic had already been in. Oh, yeah test. So I saw that. So you gotta heat it up. No matter what. So I figured what they did was they made some change in how they machine the tubes. I didn't know what they did. And they wouldn't tell me, but it worked at printed PLA, just fine. And I ordered five of them for the initial sale of machine months later, it stopped working, maybe six months. It was after I met you. And you bought yours. You bought a later version opened up the nozzle the tried to clear it, and there's this plastic tube. That comes out of it was the definite Teflon liners up. They jammed in there to overcome their inability to cool the. Peel day. Okay..

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"piel" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I kind of starting to not hate it as much it's taken a long time for me to acquire. This tastes though, like months and months, did you how long you take you to acquire a copy dates I was in college. So I think it was out of necessity at that point because I was doing all nighters and like people, but I mean, I was drinking the sugary awful stuff. And then, you know, as I got older, I just kept drinking it, but taking less and less and less and less sugar where I could have it black. I am staying in a hotel right now, we film American idol. And so I was like, yeah. Take a coffee, and I still do a lot of cream. Do a lot of sugar Email ordered a banana yesterday in this hotel. They cut the banana in half, and they left it in the Piel where they like slice it left in the it was eight dollars. Yeah. Right. Half a banana. Yeah. You should send it back. Once you already have to buy you another funny thing too is so I'm in this hotel. What do you want to send it back? I did because I was like eight dollars dollars and a half a banana. So I think American idol that the crew I think they think I'm more famous than I am because nobody cares about me. Right. Especially cares out here. So they put them into a fake name and the hotel, and so he's your fake name gonna tell you can't say that Amy. You could go there under your real name. So I could I could come under my real name. And nobody today ask you what fake name you wanted though. They didn't ask me. So I'm just gonna say, for example, we're going to seminars. Herbie Hancock for the sake of the story. I'm not going to tell you the name. They put me under the creating as they call me to my room hotel people in the like, Mr. Hancock, and I'm always like youth uncover. Oh, yeah. You gotta you gotta get in character. I never every time. They talked to me. I think talking to somebody else they've called the wrong room. And the like Mr. Hancock we have a. Oh, yeah. That's me. That's right. That's right. Also think it's funny that American idol things have been fake name. Yeah. That is weird. So I mean, it's weird to me. But I guess it's weird to me. I know we're all of us probably..

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"piel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Often gets thrown away. And then other odds and ends like still bread and cheese. Right. So says author Lindsey gene hard save those scraps. Try to cook it or chop it up and freeze it whatever I need to do. So that and making sure ahead of time. It's not gonna get wasted. Like the jam or jelly at the bottom of the jar little bits clean to the jar. That are hard to scrape out. So I've come up with a couple of recipes that help you get out of the jar. And I have a strawberry. Balsamic vinaigrette recipe that you're making right in the jar. Wow. Recycled scrap sand jar or let's take pineapple a lot of the Piel Anders the fibrous core. So this is one that you'd probably for sure want to make sure that you're buying organic. But they're still. A lot of flavor left in there. So I'm using that to make a sugar syrup then using an lemonade, but you could use an other drinks or used to give a little moisture enslavers little just of eighty-five creative. Ben. Yes. Weird recipes in the book cooking with scraps, which even gets into infused alcohols vanilla pod brandy and beat peel tequila jalapeno tequila using like the stems and ribs, but infused alcohols are really a great way for people to play around and use whatever I've been some good to them. If that bottle of wine isn't working for you, try this. Sometimes, you know, you might not finish bottle or you have a bottle that is it off that just doesn't taste quite right to you. And that can be used to make your own wine vinegar. Okay. But certainly why should never be a wasted scrap still more from the cookbook cooking with scraps. And our next report tomorrow at this time,.

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"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He does a good job of executing his offense. I think they got some really good skill guys on offense. And he does a great job of executing. In is very very talented guy. I don't know how many quarterbacks are better than him in the country. But he's got to be one of the best. He's gotta be right up there to talk. Gold is the longtime radio voice of the Alabama crimson tide. I asked him this week if this is the best Alabama. Offense. He's ever seen. There have been some great offenses here. People forget when Shaun Alexander who went on to lead the NFL and rush when he was here. This is a great offense. When Julio Jones was here when Amari Cooper was here, they were lots of points put up on the board. So to say that it's the best we might need a little more time than the first or second week in October to make that assessment. But suffice to say if this whole job like it is you'd be able to say that. I don't think there's any question about that. Meanwhile, the Illinois fighting the line, I host Purdue at two thirty on Fox Sports one. The I three and two one in one of the big ten pretty two and three one in one in conference a big game tonight at Toyota stadium at soccer park, Saint Louis f c and their head coach Anthony Piel is trying to lock up a playoff berth. Just a win or a draw one point imperialists and company are headed to the postseason excitement because of of what's at stake in what potentially we could accomplish at the end of the game. But what? We're trying to do as a coach and stuff is to make sure the place focus on on the game play the game. And and not the occasion and three it differently. Because again, we've we've got a good season required cells into a position that would be silly. Give them other information all to approach it differently to the Saint Louis f c in Oklahoma City at seven thirty tonight at Toyota stadium with the playoffs on the line. Tickets still available at Saint Louis f c dot com. The latest follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, but came like sports, I'm Christopher. It's.

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"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He's a smart player. I think he does a good job of executing his offense. I think they got some really good skill guys on offense. And he does a great job of executing is very very talented guy. I don't know how many quarterbacks are better than him in the country. What do you got to be one of the best? He's gotta be right up there to talk. Gold is the longtime radio voice of the Alabama crimson tide. I asked him this week if this is the best Alabama offense he's ever seen. There have been some great offenses here. People forget when Sean. Alexander who went on to lead the NFL and rush when he was here. This is a great offense. When Julio Jones was here when Amari Cooper was here, they were lots of points put up on the board. So to say that it's the best we might need a little more time than the first or second week in October to make that assessment. But suffice to say if this whole like it is you'd be able to say that I don't see there's any question about that. Meanwhile, the Illinois fighting the line, I host Purdue at two thirty on Fox Sports one the three to one in one in the big ten Purdue two and three one in one in conference a big game tonight at Toyota stadium at soccer park, Saint Louis c and their head coach Anthony Piel is trying to lock up a playoff berth. Just a win or a draw one point imperialists and company are headed to the postseason excitement because of what's at stake in what potentially we could accomplish at the end of the game. But what we're trying to do as a coach and stop is to make sure the place focus on on the game. Play the game. And and not the occasion and a knock three it differently. Because again, we've we've got a good season into a position of officially give them. Other information all to approach it differently to the others Saint Louis f c in Oklahoma City at seven thirty tonight at Toyota stadium with the playoffs on the line. Tickets still available at Saint Louis f c dot com. But latest follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It came like sports. I'm chris..

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"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Run it. So I think he's a smart player. I think he does a good job of executing his offense. I think they got some really good skill guys on offense. And he does a great job of executing is very very talented guy. And I don't know how many quarterbacks are better than him in the country. What are you got to be one of the best? He's gotta be right up. There. Gold is the longtime radio voice of the Alabama crimson tide. I asked him this week if this is the best Alabama offense he's ever seen. There have been some great offenses here. People forget when Shawn Alex. Zander who went on to lead the NFL and rush when he was here. This is a great offense. When Julio Jones was here when Amari Cooper was here. They were lots of points put up on the board show to say that it's the best we might need a little more time than the first or second week in October to make that assessment. But suffice to say if this whole job like it is you'd be able to say that. I don't think there's any question about that. Meanwhile, the Illinois fighting a line, I host Purdue at two thirty on Fox Sports one the ally three and two one in one of the big ten Purdue two and three one in one in conference a big game tonight at Toyota stadium at soccer park, Saint Louis f c and their head coach Anthony Piel is trying to lock up a playoff berth. Just a win or a draw one point and Pulitzer and company are headed to the postseason excitement because of of what's at stake in what potentially we could accomplish at the end of the game. But what we're trying to do as a coach and stuff is to make sure the place focus on on the game. Play the game and not the occasion knock it differently. Because again, we've we've got a good season required cells into a position that would be silly of us to give them other information all to approach it differently. So the others Saint Louis f c and Oklahoma City at seven thirty tonight.

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"piel" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on Creators Collective

"Actually designed modified it, but it's a keyed. It's almost like like an axle would ride in a in a bushing, but it's just the three printed film. The l. Filat wants to plastic. It's not the, there's no, yeah. There's no actual baron, but it seems to work fine. But you, I guess you could design it where there would be a bearing press fit bearing inside of a, you know. So how hard is that film it? Right. That's. Like how sure there's types that you can get, but is it layers. There's still like Super Bowl or I'm sure wherever I just answer my question probably though I'm working with PLA which is poly lactic acid, which is recycled recycled stuff. And the benefits of Pila is easy to print and doesn't smell too bad. When you're printing. Basically, you're descending plastic through a heated extruder melting plastic laying down on a plate and then building on that, and it hardens as it cools, it's great. So the Piel doesn't smell. But if being an ABS which is harder, but it smells like awful. I don't know when you're a kid. This is probably a very specific thing that I did. I don't know all kids do this, but I did it where I had my desk. I had a lamp in my bedroom, you know, an incidental light, and I'd take my action figures in like reshape the like if I had, you know, a human and his sword, like I would reshape his sword by melting it on the light bulb and like to pretty pretty clever. Yeah, used to do similar things. Films slope lacks wax carvings with that. Yeah. Okay. But if you've ever smelled Nolting ABS plastic than than you know the smell, but peel doesn't smell that bed. Depends on you can set your infill percentage if you want to something to prototype. It doesn't need to be super strong. You can do like eight, eight percent infil where it's just, you know, like a super light. It's not laying down that much film it for like the. Yeah, exactly. That's yeah. So do you want to go big? Can you print with that thing? Three hundred mil by three hundred mil by four hundred mil about twelve by twelve by fifteen. That's pretty big. The only thing I think of like would be a for like molding wax casting or something. Yeah. Cool. I'm I'm thinking about using it to make knife templates to design a knife in CAD and changed angles directions and shapes of things, and then I can pronounce, you know, just like templates late over the steel and then trace the inside of it with the Harvey. That's exactly what I'm using my ex car for like in one of my next videos this, it's it's very similar..

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"piel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Voice of anyone from our show they choose on their voicemail keegan michael key planning for william fitzpatrick of florida here's the first question the first peal is the piel fifty that is the world's smallest car was made in the nineteen sixties what are the most interesting features of this three wheeled vehicle was what a if you parked it on a sewer great it could fall through be instead of a reverse gear you've got out of the car walked around grabbed the handle pulled it backwards walked back in got it and drove off instead of looking through a windshield the driver's head poked up through the roof you looked around that way okay i am going to go with c c that instead of a windshield you're actually just poke your head up to the roof and i'm trying to weed your syntax picture we i believe that i should then say b wow i was really trying to be neutral but apparently i gave it away because it is be in fact no it's an amazing thing fifty is a tiny little car and it was so light that you users could get out pick it up and pull it backwards when they had to go into verse it's not very safe your next appeal is sir robert peel he was an early nineteenth century british politician whose legacy is still felt to this day he gave his name to something what was it a he founded the british police force which is why british policemen are still called bodies be he was the first person to import oranges into britain which is why they are said to have peels or c he was the first person to brushes hair to fall on either side of his face framing it nicely which is why we call that a haircut known as the bob interesting i'm being done with a because i don't know it sounds the most plausible to me was the one that the british police force were named bobby's and you're right a father call bodies you last peel is john peel he was a very famous and influential british dj died about five years ago he discovered singer billy bragg when what happened he bet somebody he could make anybody into a successful pop act including why this waiter right here be he said on the air one day he was quite hungry and the unknown brag brought him mccurry or he heard brag singing in the shower of the next apartment over and went and banged in the door to ask for a tape i think it's think it's a that he'd back somebody he can make anybody into pop singer including this by right here including this guy right here i like that idea but it wasn't fact be he was on the air john peel two very popular radio program he was broadcasting live is it i'm quite hungry didn't get dinner billy brad who was an unknown singers at went out got a curry brought it to the studio and a demo tape gave him the curry and the guy listen to the tape and the next thing you know billy bragg was making records that's pretty great seizing the moment bill how did keegan michael key doing are quick to out of three rights and as he does from his experience air that's a winter yes indeed keegan michael key thank you so much again you.

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"piel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today oh god there was a point though prior to you performing with the president were you found out that the president was watching your sketches about you and the president and liking them and how did that feel that was that was crazy because we were given the opportunity to meet him in two thousand twelve and and the thing that just melted me jordan his heart is that he looked at both of us and he said i gotta tell you it's hard to be on tv spinach and had to clear a stroke so he asked one of his aides to hand them a bottle of water unscrews about water takes a sip he had been poisoned by the water oh the joke well keegan michael key we could talk to you all day but we can't because we really invited you here to play a game we're calling bet you these heels friends so you were partnered very successfully with of course jordan peele so we thought we'd ask you about other appeals to of these peel oriented questions right you win a prize whatever listeners the voice of anyone from our show they choose on their voicemail who was keegan michael key planning for william fitzpatrick of miami florida here's the first question the first peal is the piel fifty that is the world's smallest car was made in the nineteen sixties what are the most interesting features of this three wheeled vehicle was what if you parked it on a sewer great it could fall through be instead of a reverse gear you've got out of the car walked around grabbed the handle pulled it backwards walked back in got it and drove off instead of looking through a windshield the driver's head poked up through the roof you looked around that way okay i am going to go with c see that instead of a windshield you're actually just poke your head up through the roof and i'm trying to weed your syntax peter that i should say i was really trying to be neutral but apparently i gave it away because it is be in fact no it's an amazing thing fifty is a tiny little car and it was so light that you users could get out pick it up and pull it backwards when they had to go into verse slavery safe your next appeal is sir robert peel he was an early nineteenth century british politician whose legacy is still felt to this day he gave his name to something what was it a he founded the british police force which is why british policemen are still called bodies be he was the first person to import oranges into britain which is why they are said to have peels or see he was the first person to brushes hair to fall in either side of his face framing it nicely which is why we call that a haircut known as the bob interesting because that sounds the most plausible to me was the one that the british police force were named bobby's and you're right the father of the british police bodies you last peel is john peel very famous and influential british dj died about five years ago he discovered singer billy bragg when what happened he bet somebody could make anybody into a successful pop act including why this waiter right here be he said on the air one day he was white hungry and the unknown brag brought him mccurry or he heard brag singing in the shower of the next apartment over and went and banged in the door to ask for tape i think it's think it's a that he begged somebody he can make anybody into pop singer including this by right here including this guy right here i like that idea but it wasn't fact be he was on the air john peel two very popular radio program is broadcasting live is it i'm quite hungry didn't get dinner billy bragg who was an unknown singers at aha when i got a curry brought it to the studio and a demo tape gave him the curry and the guy listened to the tape and the next thing you know billy bragg was making records that's great seizing the moment bill how did keegan michael key doing are quick to out of three right said as he knows from his experience here that's a winter yes indeed thank you so much.

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"piel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Shadow was in it was incredible and it was like basically a steamer basket was that was really fun i have a picture of my younger son sitting in the kitchen with a colander just like straight up over his head perfect either the helmet you can put some antenna on that with like reynolds wrap okay so did we sleep potato so you steam them what do you do i steam them then i pull the peel off which is like slips right off i like to see them in the piel because there's always like they the lot of nutrition i know the peel is very nutritious and then i put them into a court container with olive oil and some salt and some lemon and then separately and my cast iron skillet i do my patented dry char method have we never talked about this so then you take kale strip it off the stem end the rib right rib when in the metal system down below and then give that a rinse with some a little bit of water still clinging heat up a cast iron pan very hot don't put anything in it any no nothing nothing throw the kale in their sizzle does all this like sizzling get so excited string and yeah and it and it does charlie a on a grill i the first time i did it it was i was trying to replicate that chart kale nice grilled flavor so you just like let it go gets kinda smoky it sort of flattens out and hangs out the little bit of steam on the leaves is helping it you know cook.

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"piel" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"We also have supported churches dan latino community property taxes and things of that nature and and just regular taxes to we're reaching out and put our dollars more than just an afro american caucasian as well so so we'll we'll fading out there a lot and and getting the job done and people get to know me and we're looking for people to to support us as long as we by the media and the white press will also by media and all the black press that's very important because emmanuel and other candidates did not do that especially with this last gubernatorial campaign i think jp was the only one i saw buying some ads in certain african american newspapers let's go to the line here we got an alderman representative on the line see what he has saying billionaire hey good afternoon brother sean sister chanter and willie wilson has definitely stepped out there the question is is he plan on slating any all and in certain war to stop the rubberstamping nazi saying to substantiate his ron my my question to you this year ricky hanson is headed up that that department there but what we are going to do this we're going to stand out a notice for all those automated that one iran and did run last time and including the one they're now too but we might extend that out i think we all tend to alvin and a couple of weeks and we're going to start but now we're going to do that we've already meeting with our churches out passers and community organization to help supporters in alpha here that the people that go back into office this time would do what would do what the community won't them to do and so we're getting them involved we'll met several different organizations churches as well because look i can't do it by myself but one thing i can i can do all the nice people we have already that you've been hearing more about that next couple of weeks because we've all the press comfort on it thank you brother willie wilson for your support and community and we definitely got to get rid of anthony piel thank you thank you so much all right he was representing you really bothering you commissioner but here's what i am championing that anybody that's running for mayor and anybody that is trying to alleviate poverty.

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"piel" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"piel" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"Well the first thing i'm gonna do at my stage of the game is i'm not going to sit in a corner or try to please those that have been running the agenda and i've also been blessed and building a business and even in the three years i was in the state legislature i know how to get a i know how to use the process to get your points of view across and that's kind of a tricky balance but if you're successful in life you learn how to coalesce others to get behind your ideas and you know how to articulate them so a couple of things i would focus on immediately is you know through big government and big healthcare we were delivered obamacare and that's still a big item out there that needs to be fixed and believe me people want something that's gonna be a viable replacement health care is a big issue for anybody who owns the business the tell you that it's the biggest subset of whatever the essence of their businesses that you deal with so do you mike piel de repeal obamacare what what what do you think needs to be done like that anyway and we also devised a system where we've made it consumerdriven where we're bringing costs down for health care and getting our employees to buy into their own wellbeing it just did things completely different from what most employers do and what most insurance companies want you to do because they were selling you expensive costly plans that were doing nothing about addressing the cost of health i believe i could walk into that senate floor it maybe with the exception of one or two other people weighing in on that and incorporate what we've done in our own best try to apply it to the principles of not only employer sponsored health care but even what the government does stuff like that not on my opponents primary opponents are joe donnelly would know much about that at all i didn't what their staff would brief them on so that's the kind of thing you'll get from me when it comes to knowing what to do with infrastructure which is another problem than here in the state of indiana we addressed that.

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"piel" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"piel" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Mm elle fanning is now when they feet amanda nunes one final the hello right the right man man my name is on the way you mean his name is found in many come on the man the g h shares mm european me crew he la la la piel komo news an warming.

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