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"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Cups of sugar a half a cup of Light Corn Syrup. Excuse me and one cup of Mountain Dew Soda Right. I'll just take this over to the stove. We WanNA to keep this up until all that sugar has dissolved and then we wanted to bring it up temperature of two hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit. This guy. Who's doing this video. Looks high as hell. So he started up above the stage. Most of our sugar has dissolved. And it's so you did sugar corn Syrup and mountain dew so it was like sugar on the wind. You just do what was I was just watching the episode of the office the other day and Michael Scott's sitting there with a can of diet coke and he's talking to someone and he's adding sugar to it like he's Talk. He's a coffee and just caught me because we're we watch the office and I called him out of the corner. I go the end shirt soda. It's the same thing will right now. So we're just GONNA leave it. Sit and let him get up to two hundred thirty. He puts the temperature. When it's reach too hard thirty degrees Fahrenheit. Turn off your heat your move your candy thermometer now thank you. We just want to let this sit until it reaches room temperature the next step. We're going to make our press into do that. I'm just going to go the traditional route and use Graham crackers. Now we want to start with a nine inch spring forum pan. That's one that opens up. I'll post the rest of this video. So he's making a cheesecake but that's how he gets the Syrup and stuff. I'm going to put the shoe. What's your naming video?.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Talking Clean with Irene
"Frying everything in it. But I've recently been reading about those smoke points and you know you shouldn't behaving certain oils. The sitting temperatures. Can you talk us through. I guess the range of oils that you have and what they best used four. Yeah absolutely lately. So let's look at olive oil because that's something that most of us are very familiar with and it's a beautiful Omega three. So this is now polyunsaturated. Essential fat at that when we look at the structure of the oil because it's polyunsaturated the oil can change on the high temperatures so this is why we really try to look at Olive Oil Bang Best Jews as addressing heated to approximately one hundred sixty degrees. We so of course. You could set your oven to that temperature if you wanted to Roy's vegetables but I much prefer to use olive oil to drizzle I the salads or as a finishing finishing oil so stir fries for example. Should I be using coconut oil. I think coconut oil is beautiful. Oil for really high temperatures so it's saturated derided nightjar which means the integrity of the oil isn't impacted by high temperatures. So of course at Melrose really make sure that it's all soul from sustainable card cannot plantations which is really important. And it's really great to us to about one hundred and seventy degrees but there are other the oil that we'll get to that we love to use anything like the FRY pan which is hotter a gang. So what are they. I actually personally love to us out gay day so the is a really beautiful healthy fat. It's again a saturated fats. And it's really grateful. High temperatures so we use grass-fed gate which really looked sustainability again. which I think is a really important purchasing decision? It's made from Organic Bossa until the Milk Solo separate so whilst it does contain that initial sort of dairy product. It ends up being really really low in lactose so it's also gripe anyone that's got a little bit of sensitivity but it can be hated to up to two hundred thirty degrees so quite different things like olive oil great for frying baking roasting source saying and we use it in our MCAT coffee. Of course I use. You'll gay actually an. I'm completely slightly..
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley
"And the Apollo shots complain about you know got into their lungs and suits the suits were all ripped to shred so it is it is obese and the way you protect. There's a lot of ways you can unprotected everything from electrostatic barriers working on so one nice thing about the a lot of the lunar does it has a magnetic property to it's got some <hes> ferrick iron in it Nanno phase iron and so you can actually repulse sit with electric fields you can develop force fields and and and also a number of other mechanical gasket materials basically things that go between bearings on wheels and whatnot hey that make it a very difficult for the dust to get to the bearings of the delicate parts. These are kind of tortuous pass it has to and we're fortunate that there's been a couple of lunar silman stimulants that have been made modeled on the regular that was brought by the Apollo astronauts and so <hes> <hes> companies and engineers who are looking at wheel design rover design they can test out their designs as best as possible with this kind of jagged kind of one onto one connection in fact one of the big industries about the <hes> permanently shadow regions <hes> when our L. Cross experiment that we did a decade ago finding water and Cabela's <hes> it revealed that perhaps the the regular in those permantly show creators are actually different than just found on the Apollo sites. Oh it's going to be some learning to be done so engineers will do the best knowledge have now using a stimulant designing the wheels and the excavation. We're GONNA have challenges with drills scoops and all that the same thing to do what the beast that is the dossier yes but we'll overcome those but we're going to have to get there on the scene at the South Pole and the polar regions and go <hes> that just as different we're GONNA do next that question. Foreshadow my favorite section of the day you guys described the South Pole as unexplored territory and you keep referencing that it's really extreme. It's going to be tough so let's go through some of those challenge. It's like you know wanting to go in the deepest minds on earth really and the deep deep is undersea exploration. You know it is because it's so different from what we're used to or is it really deep in really deep so the topography is extremists Amos completely unlike a lot of depart oversight Apollo at lower latitudes flat aries okay Nice Pristine picture of the mood and we'll be landing perhaps in areas that are ridges that are sitting on top a crater that looks down into a six kilometer hole so it's like three miles or yeah exactly about three miles down and you can stay. They'll be standing on the edge of these vistas overlooking mountains at our many randy miles high into craters that are <hes> ten miles across and then three miles deep and I never knew that extreme and the lighting conditions <hes> because of the low angle of the sun you can have shadows that are being cast I from a <hes> a ridge of a crater hundreds of kilometers away really shadows we sweeping across you over time skills of ours and as we mentioned earlier when you're in shadow your temperature drops and so you're going to be experience of course you're in a a suit that's keeping you regulated but think about it. The whole lighting condition the whole dealing with the swing of temperatures is going to stress out your systems equipment and there are areas. There's areas of this permanent shadow darkness darkness but there's also areas that have but I like to say persistent sunlight so there are some of these peaks because they're so extreme that no matter what time <hes> year it is it has very often when sunlight at it so often the rims or aggressive some of these ridges near these craters and so those are very attractive for the reasons Kim said is you won't be getting these shadow sweeping across you all that often on and when they do it might just be for five six seven days as opposed to three months something like that so so these are the great places to put your power stations and have some of your infrastructure again in sort of you know if you're going to explore blur an you. You're learning about where you're exploring. Take advantage of the gifts that we're giving it to you by nature be aware of the dangers you know so you keep talking about those the polls we actually have this really cool the enemy video showing us some light cycles at that and South Pole exactly right yeah so can tell us what we're seeing. This is were falling. We we started at a low <hes> latitudes looking at the moon as we see the moon and what you saw was the son moving across the face of the moon there is no dark side of the Moon recited them at some point fourteen days of sunlight fourteen days vernice and we just don't see that we just because we always see the nearside now this was done as <hes> movies swung down so you're looking at the South Pole Moon that crater nice circular one rate in the mental that Shackleton craters almost exactly at the south policeman and it is about fifteen miles across in about four miles deep and what you see are the shadows that are sweeping across and it's because again as Kim Kimberly explained earlier the tilt to the moon on his ex's very small so the sons always just hugging the horizon creating these shadows and you you can see in some of these craters like the big shackleton itself in the larger ones just above it. The floors are those craters never get sunlight. They are in permanent shadow say dark you can just stare at a piece of pick out a point in video and look at it and you can see over the course of the shadow pattern what gets light or not and then you also saw there. Were these rims of that got. uh-huh yeah yeah yeah so extreme so lighting conditions are extreme topography extreme temperatures are extreme the dust we sort of know what is made up but maybe not yeah but it could have some other benefits to we just have to we haven't explored it <hes> and we haven't explored it with robots yet either so alright. Somebody's generally sue this increase of hydrogen at the polls and we've seen increase in hydration of the soils meaning I dropped so O._H.. Or water molecules bound to the soils even in sunlight and increased amounts towards the polls so just the composition and even in the sunlight areas. It's GONNA be different from any anything we've ever seen before and <hes> that's GonNa just make the models go crazy because we're GONNA have a lot of a lot of Tony's types of instruments you know looking for the water on these scales and then we're GonNa try to piece together quite complex puzzle <hes> but it's a nice it's an interesting puzzle. The have water cycle on the moon. It's ten years now. Ten years is a is not a long time but it's long enough for like realize that you know this. Moon is a place that we have full of things that we don't know what's going on. It's more active than I ever very active and more extreme especially at the polls going to pick a better place to go citing speaking of that <hes> you guys don't forget <hes> if you do have any questions please type them into the twitch chat. It's <hes> W._W._W.. Dot Twitch dot NASA twitch dot TV backslash NASA <hes> so we're GONNA move into our rapid fire section so <hes> just a five seven eight wants to know about the nervous instrument is ultrasound. I are in visual <hes> it is a little bit of everything so I was like to say we go in with her eyes wide open for all the reasons Kim just said because don't exactly know what you're GonNa see so it is actually a combination of near infrared and for you gigs out there that's between about one point two and four microns thermal infrared. That's between about eight and twenty-five microns and ultraviolet visible which is we run about <hes> point point three five two point nine four microns okay so catcher violet colors at our below but we can see visual spectrum and and energies beyond what we can see into the thermal infrared donate don't add mentioned is that this this this is the front end with the cameras but the infrared <hes> is going to be connected to a spectrometer on the back end okay because it's from the spectrometer spreading the light out in two different wavelengths and it's over or the infrared that you're going to see the water signature or the hydroxyl signature in the minerals and so this is a very <hes> as a compact instrument with both cameras and thermal sensors to get the temperature plus the spectrometer to get the amount of physician physician things things are made out of all right so dude is due debt wants to know. Is there a sample return plan for lunar water. Yeah that's absolutely they do want to return the question happen. It will happen with humans going in twenty four because they're going to bring samples back where we're going to be so tied for that question is will we get a rover to get us a sample return before the humans don't know yet that would be awesome to <hes> but yeah we're. We're going to get something. We're GONNA get something specifically. There's discussion about cryogenic sampling because when you sample something that's at minus two hundred thirty degrees below Centigrade <hes> there's a lot of debate right now. Whether or not you need to keep that cold or do you just need a seal it and make sure you don't blue as it sublime worms and Isis Sublime mission concept for sampling off a comet and we had that same debate because we're gonNA bring it back to the earth and the question is you keep it in cro storage or do a you allow it to come up to room temperature but then you've lost some information but you're right. They're gonNA have to solve that issue. I never thought about that. You're right water samples from the moon. We're going to have to have some getting a good Schiller. Yeah Cooler Color ads so it looks like grand. Ian Wants to know he wonders what is the Moon smelling smoke on the Moon Christian. We don't know but according to the Apollo tapes they smell. They said it smelled like gunpowder gun. How the let's just reported by centrally astronauts <hes> so my husband I are Geeks we kinda listen to the audio tapes of all the evening <hes> and more more than once they would say it smelled gunpowder? I have no idea that would be true. I mean it just error to be clear air in the capsule the capsule when the Guardian after their as extra vehicle activity in romping around on the surface coming back in and they're taking off their coat. That's when they smell it because you know <hes> yeah they needed the atmosphere leaving but they're also in a pure rocketed atmosphere is. I don't know what changed anything. Maybe something to do with the dust they think because again this dust is very unique. It's never been as it gets fractured and and <hes> melted and re solidified by impacts on the surface it creates what are called very <hes> open active sites on the surfaces that again on earth..
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Your heartbeat normal, and it's safe because around one hundred bucks. There's also the cardio skin. It's a shirt that can detect a fib with fifteen electrodes that are stitched right into the fabric, and the shirt could also tell if you're about to faint made by a French company. No word yet. What is going to hit the United States? There's also heart sense plastic ban that wraps around your chest to monitor your hat. This one has some AI and it's actually backed by some scientists at Cambridge. And there's also jewelry. There's a necklace called Cova. That's made by to- sense attracts things like heart rate, respiration skin temperature. You know, all this stuff is still kind of premature as far. Is being able to actually rely on depend on it. But the good news is that all this tech is totally happening moments away from our digital life. Heck's tip that if you're drowning in Email like I am you're going to totally love this week's tip. And back to the phones we go with Mike in Los Angeles other Mike. How you doing? I'm good. What's going on? Look for a camera. A wireless camera that connects to my phone through an app that I could use drive a semi truck that could use at the back end of my trailer flatbed trailer facing forward. Okay, are using anything. Now. Actually, I am using something. I actually have purchased kind of like a one and a half tube camera a nanny Cam Cam type camera. I haven't I haven't mounted to a poll of the on the back of the. And what's going on is everything works perfect? The camera is clear. But the problem is once once I got it the signal it's not long enough. Only works is not long enough. Hooked up to a router. And I'm looking for a camera that. You know, I don't understand the technology in the sense of how the camera talk to talk to the phone without being on the internet. So what would be the best Cameron also to without getting a gopro? That's because the camera that I bought was only what thirty five dollars. Well, if you're looking for the best setup. Okay. The best setup. And how long does your is? How long has your truck? So really total from the from my cab to the end was you talking about almost seventy to eighty. That's that's big. Yeah. I'm gonna give you a round of applause for like parking that thing. I can't even parallel. I bet I bet is there is there a specific trick to parking like that. Right. Is lift and lift his right? Okay. Just go backwards. When you're backing when you're backing it up is when you stare at. It is the steering wheel's backwards way back up to throat have you ever tried to park anything like that? Andrew. No, I have a big vehicle, I have expedition LT, and I can parallel park that. But I rented a twenty four foot truck for moving bass scare the pants scare the pants off driving. That thing I used to have a Denali and she knew yes. And it was the X L. Denali. I felt I sitting in there because you know, I'm not a big girl. I felt like I was twelve years old. I've been this thing. Oh, no. That's what we had to get rid of it. I couldn't drive it every it's like he just didn't work for me. All right. Here's the here's the bad news. Mike k the bad news is that a thirty five dollar camera really isn't going to do with seventy feet. And that if you are looking for the system, that's actually made to do this is that there's a company out there called rear view safety. Okay. If you look at rear view safeties products. They have quick connect kits. They are really fabulous. It's it's really the technology that you need two hundred thirty degree viewing angles. You can buy systems that record to a DVR or in the cloud. You can have audio as well as video. So if you're sitting in the cab, and you get a motion alert that somebody's in the back. You don't even have to get out of the cab. You can say, hey, what are you doing back there? So. Go ahead. That connected. It can you do that through the phone or do you have to use one of their monitors? You have their monitors that plug into the cigarette lighter, but depend, but depending upon how long some of their systems that actually require some hard wire if it's over say seventy feet and the other thing too you have to remember is that aluminum cause interference with wireless connectivity. So if you have an aluminum trailer, then you're going to need to go with a wired connection. So what does it? So what are the different than say like, okay? So a drone that can fly like, you know, three miles away or a mile away. And you still have a connection between. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah. That's. Okay. Well, you have different technology WI fi that's connecting to the internet. Of course, K you have bluetooth technology. That's made for short range say between anywhere between fifty and you can sometimes depending upon the bluetooth and the signal you can get up to three hundred feet kinda strange if you can get that hard, but I have seen that happen. And so the same technology that is communicating like radio frequencies that are being used to keep these gadgets all talking to each other. And so you don't necessarily need to have a hard wired connection to make that those two devices talk to each other to see the picture and see the audio and Ford to record and things like that. But the big thing is when you get into that type of lane is that you're looking at as far as powering both units. Now, the thing that you're going to get with these types of systems these kits so to speak is that you get that beautiful L E D screen that you can bounce anywhere in the cap. Instead of you hooking a poll up to the back of the truck. These are. Our outdoor cameras that are specifically made for this task K, and they are and they come on a bracket that easily connect to the truck and the trailer wherever you would like to put it also has infrared technology motion alerts, so it's so what you wanna do is by the right the right product for the right job. And that's where like they also have something called a wireless backup camera system, the seven inch dual screamed it's actually can be a dual screen display. So you can actually see what's happening in the front of your car in the back of the car. You wanted to set up like almost like a dash Cam you could do that too. And so so instead of just coming up with just you know, here's a go pro hook it up on the back. And then, you know, get an app on your phone is that there are better ways for you to. I assume you're doing this for safety and I for theft, right? More for more for safety. Okay. Just when I'm driving. So I can keep an eye on the load while I'm driving. Okay. So so for for safety, and and so, you know, so look at what I'd like you to do is to to go online. I can give you some links over at commander dot com in the show picks. Like you look at the products made by RV s RV. Yes, again is short for rear view safety. And it's a company that that is made to actually makes these kids that at that. I think that you really looking for instead of just taking one hundred dollars go pro or just cheapo camera and then hoping that it works, and then it's not always working. And then it's frustrating, and you know, the drill I've been there you've been there too. So check it out. You have any other questions you want to look at different solutions. Just give me a call back. I'm always here for you. And and be safe on the road and get thank you for your call. Are as go ahead and do our digital life. Heck's tip every week? We put one of these together for you. 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"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Brewer. World to congratulate him numbers don't lie. We stand as we move forward. Went to the results of this midterm election mean for everyone. There's plenty to talk about and we'll be at the forefront of wwl AM, eight ninety Chicago's news and talk. Is there a sign about blue in there? Johnny Depp's bizarre behavior. Johnny. How you doing man? Doing great doing good good. What are you doing says? Here you're bizarre behavior is feared to be the results of you, boiling, your brain. Boiling boiling, your brain. Israel doesn't come out of the head. You can put it on a pot of water some well now. Fake news. All right. That's you boiled brain talking, right? Saw my mouth talking look at me. It says here that you there they fear that you might have boiled your brain in your overheated home sauna. Oh sodas not supposed to be like an icebox you crank that thing. This has been radar online dot com has revealed this exclusively giving me the first crack at it. Of other radio the actor recently. That's you sparked fears for his health by appearing appearing shockingly. I'm sorry took. Okay. Need to listen, very slow. I was reading poorly. So I think I might have boiled my brain as well. We spend time together. I'm sure of it was their towel snapping. I kind of remember it how snapping was did. You have that ladle of the from the wooden bucket. Oh, yes. I thought it was going to be cold water. But it was it was boiled milk. Exactly. That was weird freaked yada. Remember that hurt do the actor recently sparked fears for his health by appearing shockingly gaunt, sparking fears. He was suffering liver problems livers tough is over. Yeah. Things shape. Yeah. It's a lot of work put it through its paces every day. I would imagine extremely wind around here in this weird station won't get you some red wine out a badgered. Okay. It came after a string of appearances on red carpets and on chat is when you spill it on the red carpet. Nobody can tell they start out as white. Traditionally, oh, I walked by and on chat shows during which he stumbled and could barely string together. A sentence. That's just me and character, his antics sparked fears he was drunk or high or both. But. We at radar can reveal. He may have risk brain damage after spending is radar online. Real thing. It is. It was started by a guy who used to work at TMZ missile semi real, right? He outlandish may in front of it may have. They learned that from Harvey Levin, right? Because he's a lawyer. They may have you may have. Oh, they may have right. Yes. See your sharp there. BS total Bs. He may have risked brain damage after spending hours sitting in his home sauna turned up to one thousand degrees. It says I feel a little too warm. I don't know if I don't know thousand maybe there's a. One thousand here. Yeah. That could be I guess that could be celsius. I but even celsius. I think that's a little too warm. Blue on the warm side Depp fifty-five admitted he turns his steam room to the maximum temperature always crank. That's how I live. My life is is it puts him in the perfect frame of mind to dream up backstories and mannerisms for his movie characters. That's right. If your brain dripping with sweat, and you think what can I do for how high you can get a sound? But I don't think thousand degrees goods to about one sixty that it's got a warm for you. Yeah. I think if you touch the rocks that are the that are I think those might be a thousand degrees. Right. But probably not even them. I made the mistake of wearing some I g- lashes that metal frames. Oh, no. Okay. Yeah. That's gonna leave a Mark was tough weekend. Yes. He revealed captain Jack was actually born in Asana my sauna I figured this is a guy who has been on the high seas for probably all of his life. Exactly. So I'm a magic thing what he might have been like routers life on is season. Yeah. Makes sense the majority of his life at least and therefore probably dealt with a lot of inescapable heat to the brain. Wow. That's kind of an odd conclusion. I'll think about it. You're out in the the open sea right before they invented sunblock though sun, but they did have hats. Well, the hatch gotta come on the mascara breezes, breezy breezes, how the votes traveled so there'd be some wind but up higher you're closer to the sun. You're in the crow's nest exactly looking out for the land. What have you? So so I cranked up the sauna to about a thousand degrees thousand. You were just kind of maybe using that euphemistically was exaggerating a bit right because it's a thousand thousand degrees. And I sat in there for as long as I could until it started to affect me, mentally, I think you didn't get out of time. So that in itself sort of gave me. Yeah. Like, his brain has been part boiled to some degree. I'm sorry. And then what happened is while? I was in there. In that kind of heat. Is you cannot stand still? But the worst of it is if you move it kills you. So that in itself, this is you talking makes sense, right? What I'm saying? No, really sort of gave me. Yeah. Like, his brain has been part boil to some degree, right, which I think years was when you what Steph did describe that feeling but medics warn users of overheated saunas, especially heavy drinkers who are constantly dehydrated. Looking at me could risk causing the breakdown of brain functions and even risk falling into a vegetative state. Is be like, you know, like Iowa, Nebraska, right? Lots of vegetation. Over there. The US national library of medicine lists causes of men suffering multiple organ failure after sauna use you ever suffer organ failure. Johnny. Qatar player. I don't do keyboards. Do you strictly? Living to do on the Oregon and in two thousand ten a competitor at the world. Son, a champion shifts are sound I'll say because it was in Finland died after collapsing in a Saana at one hundred and ten degrees celsius can can you look that up for me real quick conversion one hundred and ten degrees. One online forum about the dangers of Saudi use states. Your body is meant to operate at ninety eight point seven f I think it's ninety eight point six two hundred thirty degrees still not a thousand. So this guy croaked after that thirty six pretty hot water boiler like to twenty. Right. And a core temperature increase to one zero five f constitutes a serious medical emergency. I know because by the time I got to my doctor that day that I was sick. It was all I was getting up. What do you do it? I don't know if you should be at the hospital, you can have a stroke. Red boiling point to twelve to twelve. You could experience an accelerated heart rate. Circulatory shock lose consciousness or fall into a coma. A heat stroke is caused by a sharp rise in temperature inside the brain, which in turn causes a breakdown of some brain functions. It also says your movies could start sucking has been so. Shona? Asana is meant to be relaxing. Not a torture device, Johnny. You have infamously admitted that you have spent far more than thirty thousand dollars a month on your wine habit. That's correct. That was in the Rolling Stone profile. Yeah. People are just jealous. Referring to the gallons of vino that you down at all. Love it managed to stagger and get a good of full of that stuff. I.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on TechStuff
"Whether it's B L A or a B S. There's a motor. That's in a three D printer that pulls this filament this this wire like construction of plastic. Into the printers extruder exterior is essentially a super heated nozzle or not superheated, but at least a very hot in the hustle. It's heated to a precise temperature like that two hundred thirty degrees celsius for ABS, for example. And that's in order to melt, this filament, and the extruder prince this molten plastic on the heated print bed. The motor keeps it moving. So the film at setting pressure, thus pushing the liquid plastic through the end of the nozzle and the process continues until you finish the print job. Either. The extruder will move around the print bed or the print bed will move underneath. The extruder depends upon the design of the printer. And either case these movements correspond with the digital three d model for the object that you're sending to the printer in the first place and the printer lays down the first of many layers molten plastic the printers repeats that process layer by layer laying down molten plastic to sit on top of and bind to the lower layer of. Plastic the printer is essentially creating multiple dimensional images just stacks of two dimensional images over and over again until they add up to a full three dimensional printed. Object the cupcake CNC could print an object up to one hundred millimeters long one hundred millimeters wide and one hundred thirty millimeters tall so that translates to four inches by four inches by five inches more or less, but the cupcake CNC was just the beginning. And while this company was rapidly gaining fans in the maker community things were bound to change pretty dramatically in the next couple of years, Alex plane, more in part two of this episode. But that concludes this part, so I hope you guys are enjoying the story of maker. But so far our next episode. We'll have a lot of controversy and tragedy in it, at least from a kind of a high level view. Very interesting stuff. If you guys have suggestions. For future episodes of.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on TechStuff
"Thin layers from the bottom up the bottom in this case being the side of the object that will be in contact with the building platform, it's not necessarily the bottom of the object at self because you could print an object on its side or even upside down so top and bottom in this case refer to whichever side is making contact with the the base the printing platform, that's the bottom. These instructions get sent to the printer which can interpret the instructions as the set of plot points where it's going to lay down the plastic in a very thin layer the type of plastic falls into a category called thermoplastic. And as the name suggests with Thermo heat has an important part to play here. Thermoplastics are materials that soften as they get hotter. And they harden as they cool down. So if you heat them up to a hot enough temperature though, actually they'll melt so a real of thermoplastic filament would serve as the raw material for the. Printer the type of plastic the two most common types of thermoplastics that you'll find for consumer three d printers would be ABS which is oil based. And it's the same sort of plastic that LEGO bricks are made out of N P L A, which is a biodegradable organic plastic. It's made from starchy byproducts maker. But tend tends to focus on both the tended to focus earlier on ABS over L LA, but that would change over the course of the life of maker Boswell ABS tends to make a harder plastic than P L A wants it sets. But it's also got into morpheus melting point ABS does that means that you can't be totally certain at which temperature the stuff is actually going to melt it depends heavily upon the batch of plastic you have so typically three D printers will heat up extruders to around two hundred thirty degrees celsius. But depending upon the filament you might need anything between. Two hundred and ten degrees celsius to two hundred and forty degrees celsius to get the ideal temperature to to get the consistency that the melting that you will need to print properly. In addition ABS can warp as you print if it happens to to cool down too much during the printing process. So for that reason if you print in a ABS, you need a heated bed or heated platform to keep the plastic at a high enough temperature. So it holds its shape through the entire printing process. But you also don't want the bed to be so hot that it ends up making the the plastic gooey like it never has a chance to actually cool enough to start hardening, and it will warp as the print head moves around or as the object becomes too heavy LA is in general safer to use the ABS at at puts out fewer fumes at any rate. It also has a lower melting point. So you don't have to operate the printer at such a high temperature at the extruders, and it cools into a glossy smooth appearance. It's a little. More aesthetically pleasing than ABS. Typically, as after printing, the printing bed doesn't necessarily have to be heated, though, the resources I'm familiar with suggest you should probably still use. He did print bed. You just don't need it as hot as he would with a B S. So in other words, you might need a heated print bed that set sixty degrees celsius for P LA versus eighty degrees celsius for a B S P L A has greater tensile strength than a B S, but ABS typically withstands wear and tear better and will withstand impact better. If you drop something that's been printed in ABS, plastic. It has just kind of bouncing it's typically kind of find P L A material could be a bit more brittle. It could actually shattered depending upon what it is. And how hard it hits the ground..
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The host of the gives was podcast. He joins us each week at about this time to talk about a Gizmo or gadget that he's fond of. Yeah. Well, this gadget is I like it the way it looks. Okay. It's marginally better than what I replaced it with. But looks wise it's one hundred percent better. So. I'm just trying to imagine. He said a mirror. No, no, no. It's a little bit. You know, what I have one of those Mr. coffee coffee warmers? Oh, okay. Had it for years, and it has a crack in it. And I'm thinking, you know, I put the coffee Cup down and some coffee spills over. And this is I going to show up this out. It's time to buy a new one, and I go, maybe there's some sort of high tech coffee. Maybe they've improved the technology, and they Twenty-three years since you bought the old one exactly and they have I bought the Qatari premium twenty four what stainless steel digital who digital coffee warmer with adjustable thermostat. However. But I didn't realize is that even though it says the temperature ranges seventy seven to two hundred and thirty degrees. It says that is the temperature of the hot plate the warmest. It can make your coffee is. One hundred and thirty one degrees Fahrenheit. Three degrees is pretty hot. Hundreds plenty I know. But the problem is about one hundred and thirty one degrees is pretty much what everybody or if you look at. What is the perfect temperature for coffee? It's about one hundred thirty one degrees. So what depressed me is. I never get to play with the up and down Aero's for temperature because you just turn it on full and it sets itself for two hundred and thirty degrees and warms up. So it does make it about five degrees. Warmer old. So the the the thing itself gets to a hundred. The thing itself. Will register two hundred thirty two women if it were two hundred thirty degrees. It would make your coffee hotter than a hundred and thirty degrees. You know, why why why does it not exactly? See the questions you have to ask dick, wait a minute. I I have my little wireless Tamada you should test. It did and it anywhere from two hundred twenty nine to two hundred and thirty three degrees. It should be boiling the coffee if it's that hot doesn't because it's the coffee Cup is open. Isn't that much heat out you water in an open pot? Can't you? I'm confused. Well, wait a minute. Hold on. Take a break. We're and take a break. We're new college. You think about this scientists on the horn? You know, a lot of times when I'm at work. I have to go back home to get a file right because I left something on the computer, or maybe I'm at home, and I want to access a program that's working. You know, sometimes I'm on a maximum on a PC. But.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Host of the gives was podcast joins us each week at about this time to talk about a Gizmo or gadget that he's fond of. Yeah. Well, this gadget is I like it to the way it looks okay. It's marginally better than what I replaced it with, but looks wise. It's one hundred percent better. So I have missed a cough. I'm just trying to imagine. Is it a mirror. Okay. No, no, it's a little bit. You know what? I have one of those Mr.. Coffee, coffee warmers. Oh, okay. Had it for years and it has a crack in it and I'm thinking, you know, put the coffee Cup down and some coffee spills over and this is a c. gonna show it this out. It's time to buy a new one and I go, maybe there's some sort of high tech coffee wom- maybe they've improved the technology and they Twenty-three years since you bought the old one. Exactly. And they have. I bought the Qassari premium, twenty four. What's stainless steel digital. Digital coffee warmer with adjustable thermostat, however, but I didn't realize is that even though it says the temperature ranges seventy seven to two hundred and thirty degrees. It says that is the temperature of the hot plate though warmest it can make your coffee is one hundred and thirty one degrees Fahrenheit, thirty degrees spree. I think hundreds plenty I know. But the problem is about a hundred and thirty. One degrees is pretty much what everybody or if you look at what is the perfect temperature for coffee. It's about one hundred and thirty one degrees. So what depressed me is I never get to play with the up and down EROs for temperature because you just turn it on and hit full and it sets itself a two hundred and thirty degrees and warms up. So it does make it about five degrees warmer. So the thing itself gets to a hundred. No. The thing itself will register two hundred thirty, but it's women. If it were two hundred thirty degrees, it would make your coffee hotter than a hundred thirty degrees. You know what? Why? Why does it not exactly. Questions you have to ask dick, I I have my you know, the little wireless, the Mamata you should test it did and it anywhere from two hundred and twenty nine to two hundred and thirty three degrees. It should be boiling the coffee. If it's that hot doesn't because it's the coffee Cup is open..
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Pain you can purchase just the enzyme couple of others that are pretty powerful, be trips in kaimoku trips in his one prices and other. So there's a lot of different enzyme blends that you can consume in. I have this stuff called flex that I have made available kion and that has cherry juice ginger to Merick white. Willow bark howl your onic acid Boswell Lia, and it's got all of the enzymes in it. And it has goat mineral way concentrate which comes in this organic, go form in Washington. And so there's a bunch of organic, minerals, electrolytes in there. But then it also has CDL mayor stolen in it as something that is an added fatty acids. So it's kind of like a shotgun formula that has all of this stuff already in it. I did not anticipate really well, let me put it this way. I, I didn't not think of this question when it. I came through as as something that would be used as a way to advertise a product that I make. But ultimately there is a form of oral Saladdin in an actual supplement that we design over kion. So you can always go that route as well. So we'll put a link to that in the show notes too, but you could. You could also take all too good fish oil. You could use ladder on the on the joints, the muscles. So a lot of good uses for it. Yes. Ladron c. l. a. d. r. I n. is the actual brand name of the stuff, but CDL Mira. Stolley eight is the actual active chemical in it so. So have some fun with that Sheridan. I just wanted to thank you for being so open and honest about being a Christian in a bio hacker. I feel like there's not very many out there and I highly doubt about you just quick question. I was wondering how hot you did your hot tub when you're doing that kind of hot therapy. If there was a certain kind of sweet spot or hotter was better. So yeah, that was my quick question. Thank you. Do you remember that Saturday Night, Live sketch where Eddie Murphy was being James Brown and he was dancing around the hot tub. No due to was before my time before my time. Bridget things. He'll it's funny is that just two days ago, I went out to our hot tub and I got in up to my thighs and a thought, holy crap, either my heat tolerance has gone down a ton or something's wrong with the hot tub and pure over at the dashboard. And it said, do not enter hot tub, extreme temperature and it was up at one two. Yeah, it was at one hundred hundred and nine degrees Fahrenheit Kula which was pretty pretty damn warm for the hot tub. And. Shut up. I'm done now. All right. It turns out that for both saunas and hot tubs, they've actually looked into what some of the better temperatures are. But the other thing that's interesting. I've spent a lot of time over in Finland, particularly those biohacking conferences that I talked about and they have like sauna offset those. They're the world sauna championships, and people actually die from burning and dehydration and heart failure during sauna championships. Yeah. So for example, the former champion, yeah, the former champion collapsed along with his Russian rival who's in there the same time as him six minutes into the final round. One of them died. I think the other one wound up being revived. But at that point they were they had the son at two hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit, and they were in there for over sixteen minutes, two hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit, and that's just for can hot somebody at least like eight them. I keep my influence honest and which I'll get into in second at about one hundred fifty. Did you say you hope somebody ate them. Yeah, that's to episodes in row have brought up cannibalism being Annaba Liz. Yeah, that's sorry about that folks you should. I'm not a cannibal just so you know, just a Canadian, not just fixated Canadian cannibal. There's a lot of us. Yeah. So anyways, it appears that that two hundred thirty might be a tad hot and it turns out that it.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Point five okay i do heating and air conditioning work and during the winter it's really not that bad of a job you know if you're throwing a furniture and stuff like that you're in a basement really to complain about but once the weather starts getting hot people start to turn on the air conditioning and realized that it does work that's why we kinda tell people in the industry that you should always try and start your stuff up before it gets really hot out because if we have to go up in your attic when it's ninety five degrees outside the price is going to be a little bit different but now with this hot weather it's been about i mean i was just up in an attic today and we had this little monitor that will take out there just to make ourselves laughing there's about one thirty five almost one hundred forty three uhhuh out there for i two days ago i was on on saturday on friday we started saturday it was up to for eight and a half hours of the day and it was sitting sat around like one hundred twenty two hundred thirty degrees all day and how often do you have to how often you have to come down just for health reasons out of an addict like that i mean you can't just stay up there a straight eight hours i wrigley will start to say i need to take a break i need to calm down after probably about thirty or forty minute dot come down and chuck a bottle of water and then trying you know stri off a little bit but then go back up and i mean i my girlfriend laughed she she says that what i do day you're doing it in the summer but sometimes i'll i'll come out of the attic i'll take my shirt off and i'll take a video like bringing it out jump into a pool and i had to tell my jeans to my socks my boots were wet everything looks like it really does look like someone jump in the pool do mostly costumers though do most of the customers get so self absorbed that all they're thinking about is well how long is this going to take because they're uncomfortable or do they actually show some pity for you and appreciate what you're doing.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"In saudi arabia whether the kango and own and apply for driving licences or they're still need permission from their male guardians according to the sharia based system which is very complicated thing in saudi arabia which is a very conservative kingdom it's based on sharia laws very tribal and very conservative societies generally speaking there is progress in terms of women's rights and even some female activists who were really vocal in their criticism against the royal family and the successive governments they are now celebrating this moment when the allowed finally the women to drive the cause and admit from bbc arabic scientists have found evidence of deans on pluto the research published in the journal science suggests that the distant dwarf planet is more dynamic than previously thought andrew coates is deputy director of the muller's space science laboratory at the university college london then damon asked him what exactly these dunes tell us about pluto i'll think it's a remarkable fine to actually see that the me sane june's these are happening very low temperature the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes the quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto is also very tenuous very thin in so we didn't really expect to see windblown dunes of anything on the surface but it seems to be when blown june's of grains of methane suggest shows that this type of thing can actually happen at a number of different locations in the solar system because obviously we have desert sand dunes on earth the namibian desert is gone to great example of lash we found dunes on titan as well titan is one of the moons of saturn's over the cassini mission we discovered hydrocarbon june is on the surface again blown by wind in that case and in the case the atms.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"In saudi arabia with the kango and own and apply for driving licences or they still need permission from their male guardians according to the sharia based system which is very complicated thing in saudi arabia which is a very conservative kingdom it's based on sharia lows very tribal and very conservative societies generally speaking there is progress in terms of women's rights and even some female activists who were really vocal in their criticism against the royal family and the successive governments they are now celebrating this moment when the allowed finally the women to drive the cause and admit from bbc arabic scientists have found evidence of deans on pluto the research published in the journal science suggests that the distant dwarf planet is more dynamic than previously thought andrew coates is deputy director of the mollard space science laboratory at university college london then damon asked him what exactly these dunes us about pluto i'll think it's a remarkable fine to actually see that the me sane june's these happening very low temperature the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes the quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto is also very tenuous very thin in so we didn't really expect to see windblown dunes of anything on the surface but it seems to be when blown june's of grains of methane so just shows that this type of thing can actually happen at a number of different locations in the solar system because obviously we have desert sound june's on earth the namibian desert is going to great example of lash we found dunes on titan as well time is one of the moons of saturn's over the cassini mission we discovered hydrocarbon dune is on the surface again blown by wind in that case and in the case the atms.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Hello this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service with reports and analysis from across the world the latest news seven days a week bbc world service podcasts are supported by advertising this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i valerie sanderson and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the first of june these are main stories spain's prime minister mariana hoy has been ousted in a new confidence vote in parliament of his party was implicated in a major corruption scandal hundreds of people in china have been detained on accusations of dumping waste into the yangtze river and being involved in the legal mining of sand the world health organization has called for more action to prevent an epidemic of non communicable diseases responsible for more than seventy percent of deaths globally also in this podcast the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes and quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto it's also very tenuous very thin scientists have found evidence of june's on the dwarf planet pluto but we start in madrid spanish mp's applaud the end of mariana to hoist government after they choose to asked him and his party in a new confidence vote it was triggered by a longrunning corruption scandal involving members of mr aho's centreright popular party the socialist leader pedro sanchez is now prime minister and outlined the challenges his government faces ladies first job is to transform and modernize our country which the socialist party is always done when it is governed and secondly to attend the pressing social needs of many people who is suffering from inequality patriots sanchez will be spain's seventh prime minister since its return to democracy in the late nineteen seventies following the dictatorship of francisco franco i'll start correspondent jim madrid guy hedge co for more on mr sanchez forty six year old a columnist from grade he came leader is a party in two thousand fourteen he's had quite a bumpy ride during his relatively short political career he was ousted from the in two twenty sixteen after the general election of that year because he refused if his support to mary unreal holies conservative government and then he came back and became leader again defying its position in his own party so he's seen as something of a survivor resilient sega he's.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i've got a responder sohn and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the first of june these are our main stories spain's prime minister mariana hoy has been ousted in a new confidence vote in parliament of his party was implicated in a major corruption scandal hundreds of people in china have been detained on accusations of dumping waste into the yangtze river and being involved in the legal mining of sand the world health organization has called for more action to prevent an epidemic of non communicable diseases responsible for more than seventy percent of deaths globally also in this podcast the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto it's also very tenuous very thin scientists have found evidence of huhne's on the dwarf planet pluto but we start in madrid spanish mp's applaud the end of marianne to hoy's government after they choose to us him and his party in a new confidence vote it was triggered by a longrunning corruption scandal involving members of mr aho's centreright popular party the socialist leader pedro sanchez is now prime minister and outlined the challenges his government faces ladies first job is to transform and modernize our country which the socialist party has always done when it is governed and secondly to attend the pressing social needs of many people who is suffering from inequality pedro sanchez will be spain's seventh prime minister since its return to democracy in the late nineteen seventies falling the dictatorship of francisco franco i'll start correspondent jim madrid guy hedge co for more on mr sanchez forty six year old economist from grade he came leader as a party in two thousand fourteen he's had quite a bumpy ride during his relatively short political career he was ousted from the policy and twenty sixteen after the general election of that year because he refused if his support to marry under a holies conservative government and then he came back and became leader again defying its position in his own party so he's seen as something of a survivor resilient figure he's.
"two hundred thirty degrees" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And you have the book zoo we'd basics in front of you and let the audience know little bit about the contents of the book the fourweekold to specific breakfast appetizers consult with your do that yes well we basically gave the how to version of the cooking because it is a new thing for home users and learnt through the book there are are quite technical because checks had been doing this for a long time to some of the crude is is pretty elaborate whereas we went to the beach thick and really wanted to give people the the fundamentals how dare i'm prepared food to go into the bag how to feel the bag uh what queues if you don't have a fancy vacuumsealed there and also just the fly you do certain with why you put things at certain temperatures and why you want to you know you sleep here's the food after the end usually because then you get that nice browning than everyone expects and we've given not details in our recipes on how to how do take advantage of this very interesting cooking technique when you uh go around canada walk would be popula nowadays that people can coq super league style well i don't think it's almost like everyone starts wish i hadn't god that that's a really popular went 'cause i don't know about you spend a lot of money on out you know have really beautiful steak or is beautiful strip loins and when you're cooking on up on their grills barbecue grill arena skillet 30second too long you can ruin that piece of meat and it's like dry like shoe weather so hickeys to read what you do if you set the temperature ahead of time you decide on your gun this test i want mind medium rare so i like it at one hundred thirty degrees seek never gonna get more than two hundred thirty degrees now if somebody else once there is a little more done set it at a hundred and thirty five or one hundred forty degrees and then that way everybody's happy they get their state done to the perfect temperatures and i think that something that uh that is is very intriguing it it's very forgiving week fatty to cook suzy well zip book available since.