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How Is Regular Traditional Prototyping Different Than Rapid Prototyping?
By Tal Barnea · 6 months ago
Prototyping is the process of creating a sample product model to be tested in the real world environment and to serve as a basis for other processes. Traditional prototyping involves designing, developing, building and fabricating ...
Do You Really Need a 5-Axis CNC Router in Your Machine Shop?
By Tal Barnea · 2 years ago
A CNC router, also known as CNC Milling machine is a computerized Numerical Controlled machine that enables you to cut various materials using a 3D cutting CAD/CAM software. The CAD/CAM converts your design into a ...
Why Should We Recycle EPS Foam?
By Sigal Barnea · 3 years ago
Styrofoam, also known as Styrene, Polystyrene, Expanded Polystyrene, EPS or foam#6 is versatile, durable, sterile, a great thermal insulator and noise absorbent material. Those attributes make this material so suitable to be used in food ...
What is The Triangular Recycling Symbol Found at the Bottom of Plastic Products?
By Sigal Barnea · 3 years ago
If you check the bottom of almost any plastic bottle or container product you will see a small number marking there inside a three-arrow triangle symbol. This number identifies what type of resin plastic material ...
What Are the Benefits of Recycling Packaging Foam Number 6
By Sigal Barnea · 4 years ago
In 1988, The Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI) gave symbols and numbers to different types of recycled materials. These numbers are placed inside a three arrow triangle recycling symbol, at the bottom of most ...
The Recycling Steps of Foam#6 and How It Can Be Utilized for Creating New Materials
By Sigal Barnea · 4 years ago
When recycling, we often give numbers to the materials recycled. Number 1 is soda and water bottles, number 2 is laundry detergent and other containers and number 4 is plastic bags. Then, there is also ...
Facts Regarding Expanded Polystyrene Foam
By Tal Barnea · 10 years ago
What is EPS foam? EPS is Expanded Polystyrene Foam. Polystyrene is a polymer made from the monomer styrene, a liquid hydrocarbon that is commercially manufactured from petroleum by the chemical industry. At room temperature, polystyrene ...