Gold Nerd or Geek – You Decide
Ok guys, are you a Gold Digger? (Tell the truth and find the humor :-))
Relationship Talk: 10 Signs he is a gold digger
Some guys can play it smart and cool at first, till they find out you are emotionally insecure and can pay the bills.
Most ladies, out of frustration condone guys who are out to milk them dry. They think it is love, or that the guy is disadvantaged.
Some can play it smart and cool at first, till they find out you are emotionally insecure and can pay the bills.
1. Here are some signs that will help you discover if he is unto you for the cash only.
2. He never pays for anything.
3. He is always in debt and wants you to bail him out.
4. He gets angry when you do not give him money.
5. Uses your marriage and your love for him, as a bargaining tool.
6. He always comes up with big business ideas that end up failing.
7. He wants to control your finances and know you ATM pin.
8. He wants to know your businesses.
9. He always lives beyond his means.
10. He always begs you for money to entertain his guys. Relationship Talk: 10 Signs he is a gold digger
This is a trippy article about the future of metal and gold in 3d Printing. I saw recently that Dremel (Yes the rotary grinder tool thingy) sells 3d Printers at Lowes! For now it seems that Jewelry is a main consumer of this, but what would you print if you have a gold printer? I think I would have to start with my “Gold Guy Logo”!
3D-Printed Precious Metals Components Market to Reach $4.1B by 2024
The company believes that in that same year, 3D printing will account for nearly $100 million in precious metals material. Just as the other figure for the year suggested, 2024 should also convey great growth, as 3D printing is expected to account for over $170 million in precious metal materials. According to the report, Directly fabricated jewelry, dental and biomedical applications are suited to 3DP because they involve small, high-value parts with intricate or novel shapes which are difficult to fabricate conventionally.
The market for 3D-Printed Precious Metals Components is expected to reach a whopping $4.1 billion by 2024, according to a report fromSmarTechMarkets Publishing, whichfocuses on the3D printing/additive manufacturing sector.
According to the report, Directly fabricated jewelry, dental and biomedical applications are suited to 3DP because they involve small, high-value parts with intricate or novel shapes which are difficult to fabricate conventionally. Currently, the most appropriate 3DP technology for precious metals is laser-based powder bed fusion. Historical difficulties associated with reflectivity in gold and silver powder material affecting energy absorption from lasers have been overcome, while some powder bed fusion systems are undergoing further development for optimization with precious metals.
As of now, Aerosol jet is the only 3D-printed technology that can development precious metals and is readily available. Aerosol jet uses precious metal links as part of the process. The report suggests that directed energy depositions could possibly work with pervious metals in the future.
Although jewelry is the primary application for 3D-printed precious metals, two-dimensional printing of silver for electronics has a long history, the report stated. â€œWe are now in the early stages of 3D-printed electronics in which components will be created in a single-build process. Applications for 3D printed electronics include antennas and sensors for the Internet-of-Things. The value of printed electronic components will reach almost $235 million in 2020 climbing to over $450 million in 2024. 3D-Printed Precious Metals Components Market to Reach $4.1B by 2024
(I like wild and cool stuff, I will update this post often)
This is called quantum locking, the holy grail of course is to be able to create a super conductor that doesn’t have to be supercooled, but this is some wild stuff even at this point in science!
Quantum Locking April 2015
As far as wild science goes this is definitely one of the cooler things I have seen!