US$ 6 Bn Plating on Plastics (POP) Market to Witness Steady Growth in 2024

Automobile industry carries tremendous growth potential for POP market owing to its wide set of applications in interior & exterior trims, radiator grills, license plate frames, wheel covers, gear knobs, reflective surface, door handles, light bezels, logos & emblems, mirror housings, and reflective surfaces. Asia Pacific will highly influence POP industry size, owing to the huge automobile production in this region, which accounted for approximately 47.99 million units in 2015. Plating on plastics (POP) market size is anticipated to surpass USD 6 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of around 7% over the period of 2018-2024. Huge adoption of plastic plating by OEMS in automobile industries as a significant product differentiator is the major factor to drive the industry growth over the coming eight years. In addition, POP adoption finds application in preventing automobile parts from wear & tear as well as corrosion which will further boost its demand over the coming years. Moreover, inclination towards increasing the efficiency of automobiles is promoting the demand for light-weight and high-performance polymers to be used in vehicles. These polymers which account for 15%-20...

Sportsman’s Warehouse, Frozen Ropes and more than 100 other businesses that opened new locations in central Pa. in 2019

The hotel, The Wilbur Lititz, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is a 74 room hotel located in the former Wilbur Chocolate Factory. Sept. 17, 2019.Sean Simmers | ssimmers@pennlive.com Today on PennLive we are featuring 100 stores and other businesses that opened new locations in central Pennsylvania this year. The list actually includes more than a hundred locations because some of the listings include multiple businesses. This year we saw new hotels, retailers, medical marijuana dispensaries, CBD locations and car dealerships. A model home opened for The Porches at Allenberry, a resort community in Cumberland County. The Oakwood Hills Apartments, an upscale apartment complex, opened near Messiah College. And a company that ships thousands of motorcycles opened a warehouse. So, without further ado, here is our list of more than 100 new business locations that opened in 2019. In some cases they were new stores or companies, in other cases they were additional locations or relocations. The list does not include restaurants. You can find that specific list here. The Maryland company provides detailing services at car dealerships. The company made its debut in the midstate this year wit...

Live: Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Closing Ceremony – China.org.cn Live

China.org.cn provides a live webcast and minute-by-minute coverage of the Nanjing Youth Olympic closing ceremony, which begins at 8:00pm, Thursday. No need to reload page, content updates automatically every two minutes. All time is Beijing Time (GMT+0800). It’s raining again during the closing ceremony of the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games, just as it rained during the opening ceremony. It seems both God and the weather don’t like saying goodbye to Nanjing. The 2014 Nanjing YOG impressed the entire country, as well as the whole world. Yes, it is China style! It is Nanjing style! [21:10] All the athletes and attendees sing “I Believe” together. The lyrics say “believe that we will meet again, believe we will have a better tomorrow.” The ceremony’s multi-person acrobatics, eurhythmics and extreme bicycle performances also serve as powerful examples of the values embodied in the spirit of sports: courage, endeavor, struggle, challenge and going beyond. During the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Mr. Jacques Rogge praised the event as “exceptional” in his speech. Six years later, Mr. Thomas Bach praises the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games as “flawless.” We hop...

On May 1, 1916, thirteen-month-old Lettie Caruso* moved with her family to a tenement at 1295

On May 1, 1916, thirteen-month-old Lettie Caruso* moved with her family to a tenement at 1295 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn. A fifty-six-year-old woman named Mrs. G.H. Franklin lived and worked on the first floor, where she ran a small ice cream parlor that “the children naturally frequented,” according to a subsequent report by the New York Health Department. Lettie and her family lived in the apartment adjacent to the ice cream shop. On May 9, Lettie became ill. “A private physician was called the first day and came several days,” the Department reported. “She was examined with the stethoscope and at the first visit the doctor thought it was only a cold. As she grew worse a physician from New York was called in consultation. Mrs. Caruso thought the diagnosis was pulmonary bronchitis. So far as she knew the child was not paralyzed, but she cannot remember any special examination for that. There has been no Infantile Paralysis in this house, nor in the adjoining properties.” Looking back with perfect hindsight, Brooklyn in May 1916 was ground zero for an explosion that no one saw or heard for a month and more — and, to this day, no one has satisfactorily explained. Before it ende...

By the time you read this, much of the Engadget team will be well on its

By the time you read this, much of the Engadget team will be well on its way to CES 2020. After more than a decade of making this annual trip, I’m still ready to check out more massive screens with impossible-sounding numbers of pixels squeezed inside them. Both 1080p and 4K have taken their turn at the top of the resolution heap, and this year, it looks like 8K is every manufacturer’s preferred flavor. With the Tokyo Olympics closing in, these TVs will need to be ready soon — and we’ll have to find out how anyone can get a chance to watch 8K at home. There’s more to CES than TVs, of course — Samsung and Dell have already announced a few interesting-looking laptops — but if you’re on the show floor, you’ll probably find me looking at a demo reel somewhere, trying to figure out just how real HDR can look. One thing’s for sure, though, this year I probably won’t get caught wearing any active shutter 3D glasses. The real question is how much do they cost?LG delivers ‘Real 8K’ in 2020 with eight new OLED and LCD TVs This year, LG will have eight new models that, it says, promise “Real 8K” perfo...

Entering our 7th season of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, and with millions of YouTube and Facebook

Entering our 7th season of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, and with millions of YouTube and Facebook followers, The Drive is a leading authority of all things automotive. The Drive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links.Read more. A multi-tool is a must-have item for every backpacker. It helps you open food cans and bottles, cut firewood, and can be used for self-defense. Its use doesn’t end there; you can take it home for light plumbing, gardening, and mechanic tasks in your garage. The best ones give you a wide range of functionality while adding minimal weight to your backpack. Here are some of the best options that you could consider. A 15-piece survival tool with durable stainless steel construction that’s perfect for backpacking, woodwork, and home applications.  Sleek enough to fit in a pocket. It comes with a convenient leather pouch. Features a cutting blade and wood saw that can cut through anything. Available in multiple color options. Toothpick, corkscrew, scissors, can opener, and keyring included. The tools don’t lock in place when pulled out. The leather pouch has a weak clip. The plastic handle scratches easily.  A 10-func...

Critics said they wouldn’t take off – that they were just a novelty. They were wrong.

Critics said they wouldn’t take off – that they were just a novelty. They were wrong. Today 3D pens are fast becoming the affordable and fun way to create 3D printed objects. This guide walks you through the best 3D pens available on the market. Before we get into the reviews let’s first look at what 3D pens are and why you might want to own one. 3D pens are pens that extrude plastic filament instead of regular ink. With 3D pens you can make three-dimensional objects simply by drawing them. They are a lot of fun and open up your creativity. Children love them because it helps them learn spatial and dimensional thinking. Adults love them because they can create intricate objects and prototype ideas fast without spending time creating complicated computer models. People’s creativity used to be limited to two-dimensional sheets of paper. Unfortunately, this limited many people’s artistic abilities to drawing stick figures. 3D pens are opening up a new world to those interested in their artistic side. In short, 3D pens are a lot of fun and will be important for decades to come. 3D pens have gotten a lot better since the first one came out a few years ago. Here are some of the featur...

Lithium Junior Miner News For The Month Of June 2019

Junior lithium miner company news – Bacanora Lithium releases Zinnwald Lithium Project Feasibility Study. European Metals Holdings Project post-tax NPV 8% increases 105% to $1.108b. Welcome to the June 2019 edition of the “junior” lithium miner news. I have categorized those lithium miners that won’t likely be in production before 2020 as the juniors. Investors are reminded that most of the lithium juniors will most likely be needed in the mid 2020s to supply the booming electric vehicle and energy storage markets. This means investing in these companies requires a higher risk tolerance and a longer time frame. During June, 99% lithium carbonate China spot prices were down 0.52%. Spodumene (5% min) prices were down 0.97%. Fastmarkets (formerly Metal Bulletin) reports 99.5% lithium carbonate battery grade spot prices cif China, Japan & Korea of US$11.00-12.50/kg (11,000-12,500/t), and min 56.5% lithium hydroxide battery grade spot prices cif China, Japan & Korea of US$14-15.00/kg (14-15,000/t). China lithium spodumene prices are USD 600-670/tonne. The charts below courtesy of Fastmarkets show lithium prices may have stabilized after falling in H2 2...

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Fiber laser cutting on a large scale The FABRICATOR STAMPING Journal The Welder The Tube and Pipe Journal The FABRICATOR en Español The Additive Report The FABRICATOR The Welder The Tube and Pipe Journal STAMPING Journal The Additive Report The FABRICATOR en Español

Chicago Metal Fabricators’ new fiber laser cutter is not a gantry-style machine. The X axis is a steel structure that runs down the middle of the cutting chamber. It is designed to provide more support to the high-speed cutting head. It also allows for access across the entire length of the laser cutting bed. Nestled on the city’s southwest side, Chicago Metal Fabricators has been at work for more than 100 years. But even at this age it has shown a willingness to adopt the latest technology—most recently one of the largest fiber laser cutting machines in the U.S. If you were traveling in the fabricator’s neighborhood, which it shares with Chicago-style bungalows and other single-family homes, you might be surprised by the size of the fabricator’s facility. It covers 200,000 square feet, about half of a city block. Since its founding in 1908, the building has expanded one room at a time. Brick-walled rooms give way to other brick-walled rooms until you get to larger bays in the back of the facility. In the early 20th century, Chicago Metal Fabricators fabricated metal cabinets and duct-work, using presses that were powered by line shaft pulleys and flywheels attached near the cei...

DRILL: Sandvik expands line with Leopard D1650i DTH rig

SWEDEN – Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology expands its high-pressure down-the-hole drill rig offering with a new model, Leopard DI650i, designed for larger hole sizes. Balancing proven engineering solutions and innovative new components, the new DTH rig offers excellent fuel efficiency, improved safety and higher productivity in challenging rock conditions. The operator’s cabin of the new Leopard DI650i provides a safe and productive environment. Or opt for remote control. The Leopard DI650i DTH drill rig is designed for demanding high capacity production drilling applications in surface mining, as well as large scale quarry applications. In addition to a powerful engine and compressor, Leopard DI1650i incorporates a highly ergonomic iCAB cabin, excellent serviceability, mobility and fuel economy, along with scalable automation packages to offer excellent overall productivity. In addition to the solid, long term track record of engine and compressor design, Leopard DI650i comes with a range of new or re-designed components to boost its productivity. The standard rotary head option, HTRH6, has performed successfully on existing Sandvik DTH rigs, whereas the new heavy duty optio...

A ‘Lost Decade’: Haiti Still Struggles To Recover 10 Years After Massive Earthquake

On the wind-whipped hills north of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, Berthenid Dasny holds the keys to the gated memorial erected for Haiti’s earthquake victims. Thousands of bodies are buried here in a mass grave dug after a magnitude 7 earthquake shook the country on Jan. 12, 2010. “They’ve forgotten about this place; it should look better than this,” Dasny says as she walks past the overgrown grass, rusted metal statues and brittle brush. For the past year, she has been the memorial’s groundskeeper, though she has never been paid. “You must remember the humans buried here. They were just like us and should always be honored, not forgotten,” she says. Dasny believes some of her own relatives who were never found after the quake are buried in the grave. The earthquake’s main shock lasted almost 30 seconds. A series of aftershocks soon followed. An estimated 220,000 died, though Haiti’s official estimates are higher. Some 1.5 million people were displaced, according to the International Organization for Migration. About 300,000 were injured, and large parts of the country were buried under tons of twisted metal and conc...

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