It's been very rewarding getting the Wilpack Packaging Model 15 cup sealer designed and production ready. The sealer was submitted to the National Restaurant Association's Kitchen Innovations and selected as an award recipient. The NRA show is wrapping up today. I attended to the booth on Sunday and reception of the sealer has been phenomenal.
During the preparations for displaying at the show we began the 2nd generation design phase and was able to produce the first half dozen units for showing and shipping. This involved not only modeling a new 2 part head cover but also getting the molds made. It's the first ever molded parts I've designed. It's so fresh I don't even have a picture of it.
Concurrently we redesigned and updated the Model 20 semi-automatic sealer and also the Model 25 semi-automatic sealer both also fresh enough utilizing a purpose built circuit board providing digital control over sealing temperature and press dwell time.
It's been a busy and very hectic several months and now it's time to move on to the 3rd generation for the Model 15. I'm really looking forward to the end result.
Is it because he uses ?
Nah, probably it's because he doesn't use CAD software.
I have to say ... This is pretty mesmerizing.
Each little "ball" is a request to the server
On the left: the IP numbers from the users connecting around the world
To the right: The url's being served up
In the center: The "static calls being serviced by our front end
The brightness represents the speed with which the code written by our awesome developers delivers data (aided of course the great hardware)
Had any of the balls gone past to the right, that would have been a serve we couldn't return. Try that, Federer!
( via ~ tiago.io )
#Servers #Networks #TAIGA #WebTraffic #Geekery #GIF
Yes, yes, and more yes. #DoctorWho has been such a great addiction for me, and seeing this reminded me of the lust all true collectors get at some point. Knowing you just have to have that item!
Coincidentally, I'm having a wedding coming up in July and maybe I'll add this to our "list." I'm not sure we'll even register anywhere, but why not? Why should we be any different from any other couples getting married out there. Especially when my better half puts up with my peccadillos like loving zombies and The Doctor. And 100 other Geekly things.
In any case, these are cool!
#doctorwho #dalek #geek #collector #scifi #gettinghitched
P.S. We'll have a longer announcement about the getting hitched thing later, but suffice to say that if you're in Fort Wayne, Indiana around July 25th, you'll be partying with us and with and !!!
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