GlassBuild America Opens Tomorrow; Your Shopping Guide

Tomorrow, thousands of attendees will enter the Las Vegas Convention Center to see the new products unveiled at GlassBuild America. Hundreds of exhibitors will feature their newest products and developments, from tools and supplies to machinery and equipment and of course, door, window and glass products. If you can’t make it to the show, DWM offers a glimpse at some of the products on display. If you can make it, consider this your sneak peek at what to look for and be sure to stop by booth 408 to say hello. Chelsea Building Products will showcase current door and window systems as well as its latest window design, inoview. Chelsea will also be featuring design concepts by its owner, aluplast, a leading provider of PVC window profiles internationally, including versatile European style tilt and turn products and a new smart slide patio door. Utilizing a collaborative design process, inoview’s design provides a clean, low-profile, classic appearance. It’s available with a variety of accessories to produce multiple configurations for residential, light commercial, remodeling, and new construction market needs. The same technology that goes into Deceuninck’s Innergy rigid ...

Biostar Lists PCIe 4.0, DDR4-4000, 3x M.2 Slots for AMD X570 Racing GT8 Motherboard

Once upon a time, motherboard chipset updates were major news — mostly because we were impatiently waiting for circuit engineers to fix whatever they’d broken in the previous hardware release. There’s a lot less of that these days, happily, but the flip side of that equation is that motherboards don’t tend to evolve as quickly, either. A new PDF released by Biostar — probably before the company was supposed to and since removed — suggests that AMD’s upcoming X570 chipset will buck this trend by introducing support for several significant features. According to Biostar, its upcoming Racing X570 GT8 will feature support for PCIe 4.0, with two full-size slots electrically configured for x16 and x8 operation, and a third full-size slot with an x4 configuration hanging off the southbridge. The three M.2 slots are described as being connected to the CPU and the southbridge, respectfully, using PCIe Gen 4 in all cases. Bandwidth is stated to be 32Gb/s, which corresponds with a PCIe 4.0 x4 link. One thing to keep in mind, of course, is that SSD controllers will need to be updated to support PCIe Gen 4.0 themselves in order to take advantage of this bandwidth improvement. A PCIe 3.0 M.2 ...

Form 6-K Alio Gold Inc. For: Jun 12

REPORT OF FOREIGN PRIVATE ISSUER PURSUANT TO RULE 13a-16 OR 15d-16 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 700 West Pender Street, Suite 615, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 1G8 (Address of principal executive offices) Indicate by check mark whether the registrant files or will file annual reports under cover of Form 20-F or Form 40-F: Indicate by check mark if the registrant is submitting the Form 6-K in paper as permitted by Regulation S-T Rule 101(b)(1): [  ] Indicate by check mark if the registrant is submitting the Form 6-K in paper as permitted by Regulation S-T Rule 101(b)(7): [  ] Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized. This report is dated effective 16 May 2017. See Appendix A, Pre-Feasibility Contributors and Professional Qualifications, for certificates of qualified persons. These certificates are considered the date and signature of this report in accordance with Form 43-101F1. Alio Gold, Inc. (Alio Gold) has completed a preliminary feasibility study (PFS) of its wholly owned Ana Paula Project (“Ana Paula” or “the Project”)...

Although it is not officially summertime yet, it’s never too early to plan excursions to get

Although it is not officially summertime yet, it’s never too early to plan excursions to get out on the water. My kayak lays dreaming – and I dream of my kayak. To be sure, the region boasts high quality pre-built vessels available at reputable boat dealers throughout the region – from Alton and Wolfeboro in the east, through Gilford and Laconia and thence into the Newfound and Squam regions. Meredith, Moultonborough, and Center Harbor also boast quality marinas. Some of these establishments have been serving customers for decades.  For those who wish to construct their own canoes, kayaks, and rowboats, there are educational, hands-on programs throughout the region. There are also several purveyors of specialty woods ideal for boat builders. One such resource is Newfound Woodworks in Bristol. The family-owned company offers a wide selection of materials and build kits. Newfound also offers specialty woods for custom builders. Newfound has been serving customers for 35 years, as of 2019. Their website notes, “We create cedar strip canoe, kayak and rowing boat kits. Our kits are engineered so that you can build these beautiful boats using mostly just hand tools. If yo...

A line of shaft collars, couplings, and mounts machined from ANSI 1018 steel and stainless-steel, allowing

A line of shaft collars, couplings, and mounts machined from ANSI 1018 steel and stainless-steel, allowing users to fabricate their own special parts, has been introduced by Stafford Manufacturing Corp. Stafford weldable shaft collars & couplings let users add special features such as actuators, brackets, cams, connectors, flange mounts, levers, pins, and rods. Ideally suited for the design and repair of special machinery, conveyors, packaging equipment, racks, and other structures, they permit part modifications for upgrades and to prevent excessive downtime. Available in 1-, 2-piece, and hinged styles, Stafford weldable shaft collars and flange mounts come in 0.25” to 6” bore sizes and Weldable Shaft Couplings are offered in 0.25” to 2” bore sizes. Smooth-, hex-, and square- bores for shafts, pipe, and tube can be supplied. Applications include the creation of custom high-strength, rigid assemblies without fasteners. Cast Iron Valves, Ductile Iron Valves, Steel Valves – Kingnor,https://www.valve-pipe-fitting.com/

The anger of ‘Game of Thrones’ fans is part of the game

Spoiler alert: This column contains details about the fifth episode of Season 8 of “Game of Thrones.” As the outraged multitudes blasted social media with their feelings about what should and should not have happened during the penultimate episode of “Game of Thrones,” my thoughts turned, strangely enough, to Little Nell. “The Old Curiosity Shop,” like many of Charles Dickens’ works, was published in installments, and as those installments evolved into a novel, readers began to have very strong feelings about the fate of its homeless, poverty-stricken protagonist Nell Trent, and many wrote to Dickens begging him to spare her. Many people objected, for many reasons (Oscar Wilde famously observed that “one must have a heart of stone to read the death of little Nell without laughing”) but “The Old Curiosity Shop” was a hit even so. And as far as I know no one was angry that they had “wasted all this time” with a story that did not end they way they wanted it to or publicly threatened to never read anything by Dickens again (which is a good thing, since most of his best-loved novels were to come). The reaction to Sunday night’s episode of “Game of Thrones” was over the top even by ...

Nottingham manufacturer expands team with a raft of new appointments

Pressac Communications, the Nottingham based manufacturer of smart sensor technology, has expanded its team with six new appointments at its Glaisdale Drive precision manufacturing facility, as part of an ongoing recruitment drive. The new hires include Paul Mallinson as Electronic Assembly Process Engineer, Adam Bruce as Process & Development Engineer, Keith Smith as Industrial Engineer, Clare Leek as Marketing Manager, Gerrit Willemsen as Sales Administration and Export Manager and Jan Tyszka as Customer Logistics Coordinator. Paul joined Pressac in April and is responsible for implementing and maintaining operational control in all aspects of the electronic printed circuit board (PCB) assembly process. Adam, with a background in product management, will maintain and optimise the circuit processing machinery, Surface Mount machine technology and support new product introductions (NPI), such as the smart repeater, while Keith comes with experience of work study engineering in manufacturing and will review production schedules, engineering specifications, production labour costs and process flows to continuously improve systems and manufacturing activities. Clare Leek has be...

Lost bear alert: Stuffed animals left behind at Teddy Bears’ Picnic

A number of cuddly friends were left behind at the 33rd annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic at Assiniboine Park on Sunday. The Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba says the bears have made so many friends there, but they are missing their special friends. Between 35,000 and 40,000 people attended this year’s picnic, which aims to teach kids about health and safety in a way they can understand. The mom of a Winnipeg man killed late last month is calling for changes to the Victims’ Bill of Rights after her claim for compensation was denied by Manitoba Justice. Plush Stuffed Toys, Teether Toys, Cosmetic Bag, Storage Bag – V-FOX,https://www.v-foxchina.com/

10 New Car Tech Features You Should Consider Adding To Your Vehicle

Cars have been upgrading their interior tech for years, coming out with bigger and better ways to defeat their competitors with superior upgrades. You don’t have to buy a new car to add these features to your car, but rather, you can buy a piece of addable technology. This tech ranges from expensive to inexpensive, but they serve the purpose of increasing the joy you find while driving your car. Each piece of new car tech is geared towards a specific audience, hoping to meet the needs of a smaller more centralized group of people. It ranges in style and usability, but there is something for everyone. Keep reading to learn about ten new car tech features you should consider adding to your vehicle! This tiny piece of tech plugs into your vehicle and only costs $96, in addition to a $10 a month data plan. It provides your vehicle with a wifi hotspot, adding internet to a long journey and a great addition to any travelers checklist. You can also stick it in your children’s vehicles so you can monitor their driving habits and make sure they are actually going to study at Jack’s house, rather than the wild party at Jessica’s. You can sync multiple devices to a...

Powerslide Defcon DD – Dual Density anti shock inline skate wheels – 905170 – the magic

Powerslide Defcon DD – Dual Density anti shock inline skate wheels – 905170 – the magic 2 in 1 wheel. Whilst standard wheels are made of two components – the core and the polyurethane (PU) – Defcon wheels have an additional component. It‘s a dual density wheel which means that is has two layers of PU in different hardnesses. The first layer against the core is a softer PU and the outer layer is a harder PU. The soft inner urethane absorbs vibration for a very smooth ride, acting like suspension to take away the harsh impact from jumps. The harder PU on the outside allows for a fast roll. With the Powerslide Defcon wheel you’ll get the best of both worlds – Speed and a very smooth ride. With the Powerslide Defcon 76mm & 80mm 78A/85A wheels, you get the best of both worlds – lots of Speed and a very smooth ride. Roller Skate, Ice Skate, Slalom Skate, Sport Skateboard, Adult Scooter – Swan Sport,https://www.swanskates.com/

Philips Launches 222B9T: A 21.5-Inch Semi-Rugged Monitor with Touch Support

Taking a departure from the usual look-don’t-touch world of PC monitors, Philips has rolled out a new, semi-rugged commerical monitor designed specifically for heavy touchscreen use. The Philips 222B9T is a 21.5-inch monitor with a 10-point capacitive touch system that’s designed for use in commercial markets such as retail, point of sale, point of information, shops, restaurants, and education, incorporating several changes to ruggedize and otherwise reinforce the monitor and help it survive the harsh environment of human hands. Under the hood, The 222B9T relies on a 21.5-inch TN panel featuring a 1920×1080 resolution, 250 nits brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 60 Hz refresh rate, and 170°/160° viewing angles. The display features a 3H anti-glare coating as well as a W-LED backlighting. To make things look prettier, Philips has added a set of its technologies that adjust image quality, including such things as SmartContrast, EasyRead, Flicker-Free, and so on. Panel Mount Monitor But the real story on the 222B9T isn’t its admittedly low-end panel, bur rather everything else Phillips has added to it. Key to being a touch screen monitor, of course, is Phill...