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Commercializing A Viable Product
In medical device development, creating a commercially viable product requires much more than just nailing the technology. There are also the business factors, such as marketing, reimbursement, and regulatory compliance, that can significantly impact the success of the business case. The video below is an excerpt from a presentation our CEO, Jenny Regan, recently gave on this topic to a group of JHU engineering students.
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Are Chiplets and Interposers Commercially Viable?
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Regeneron: The Path from Basic Research to Commercial Product
This first lecture in the Columbia Precision Medicine Initiative, Life Science Entrepreneurship seminar series, features a discussion with two of Regeneron’s leadership team: President and CSO George Yancopoulos, MD, PhD, and President and CEO of Regeneron, Leonard Schleifer, MD, PhD. The panel, moderated by the Director of the Columbia Precision Medicine Initiative Tom Maniatis, PhD, covers the life-cycle of an idea from basic research to a commercially viable product with a focus on Target Patient, Value Proposition and Forecasting; Attracting Investors; Clinical Development and Regulatory Pathways.
Definition of Innovation
Define innovation. Innovation can be defined as a process followed by an entrepreneur to transform an idea into a commercially viable product or service. Innovation requires Thorough analysis of the enterprise Laying out competitive marketing plans Organize and direct all the resources in the right direction. systematic planning and execution of the operations. For more content on this topic, please visit http://www.eduxir.com/curriculum/cbse/class-xii/entrepreneurship/entrepreneurial-opportunity
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Idea Commercialisation and How it Can Work for Your Business
Barry Thomas is Cook Medical Vice President, Director - Asia Pacific and Managing Director of Cook Australia. Barry takes us through how having an innovative and ground-breaking idea is one thing; making it a commercially viable product is another. With so many different paths to market these days considering how you get there is just as important as what you are taking.
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Companies show off nano-products at annual exhibition
LEADIN: Iran's expertise in nanotechnology is on show at this expo in Tehran. The expo is an opportunity for Iranian companies to showcase their latest products, and to woo potential investors. STORYLINE: This blowtorch is perhaps not too hot to handle - with the right protection. Visitors at this nanotechnology expo in Tehran are being encouraged to test the products - on their fingers. Their hands are covered in a fire retardant gel - produced using nanotechnology - which forms a protective barrier between the flame and the skin. Ebrahim Allahdad, founder and director of the Fakhr Andish Arya Company, which produces the gel, says the product can withstand extreme temperatures. "This gel can both temporarily and permanently resist direct and indirect fire with a heat of up to 1,600 degrees (Centigrade - 2,912 Fahrenheit) for 45 minutes in the form of resin and up to 3,000 degrees (Centigrade - 5,432 Fahrenheit) in the form of a gel for a duration that varies depending on the power of the heat source." Allahdad's product is one of the many on show at the Seventh NanoTech expo in Tehran. More than 260 nanotech products are being showcased at the exhibition, promoted by 155 firms - 85 of them from the private sector. Nanotechnology is the science and engineering of materials at the level of atoms, molecules and particles that are even smaller than an atom. It works with particles so tiny that they are measured in nanometres - equal to one-millionth of a millimetre. Using this technology, naturally occurring substances can be manipulated and remade into materials with targeted functions. The Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council offers up to 100,000 USD in investment funding to any company that it believes is capable of creating marketable nano products. Ghazal Bahrehbar, the sales manager of the Sharif Nano Aras Company, is using the exhibition to show off a waterproof surface-coating material. The company says the product can be sprayed onto almost any surface to prevent it from absorbing water and to increase its durability. "This is a hydrophobic product that can be applied to any material surface such as wood, rock, brick, ceramic, fabric, colour, glass, wallpaper and composite materials, and make them hydrophobic. It can also keep a surface dust-free up to 50 to 70 percent," says Bahrehbar. The Amin Asia Fanavar Pars Company has created a planetary ball mill that grinds almost any material down to nanometre size. "It can grind down any kind of substance, from crisp materials to minerals and metals. To build this machine, we reverse-engineered its European replica. We did not have an Iranian model of the machine in the country and we were able to rebuild it by using references, catalogues, and trial and error through reverse engineering and made a product that can even be exported. In fact, the price of this device is one fifth of its foreign counterpart," says Amin Asia Fanavar Pars employee Shervin Shayegan. Some nanotechnology is being put to use for medical research. Nanotech researcher Elnaz Tamjid has developed scaffolding made of nanocomposite material that allows the faster reconstruction of damaged bone and tissue. Tamjid is hoping to receive government funding to make her product commercially viable. "I managed to create three-dimensional bone structures with completely controlled and orderly cavities by using this scaffolding. The scaffolding is adaptable to the shape and size of the damaged bone. One of its applications is in face and jaw surgery. For example, patients who suffer from jaw bone depletion, where it is impossible to drill a hole in their jaw for a tooth implant, can use the scaffolding to reconstruct bone," Tamjid says. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dad6aadf0ffdf273956468b28cd56dea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hyundai Builds Real-Life Exoskeleton Suit to Rival 'Iron Man'
Hyundai is building a exoskeleton suit they hope will help factory workers, but will also become a commercially viable product
Making micro-grids commercially viable in Kenya | SteamaCo, Ashden Award
http://www.ashden.org/winners/Steamaco15 Lake Victoria’s fishing villages and other rural communities in Kenya are benefiting from clean light and power for the first time, thanks to renewable energy micro-grids. Using the natural energy of the sun, they work like mini power stations for each village, supplying enough energy to run small businesses, as well as power TVs, radios and bright lights in the home. Solar power in East Africa is not new, but what’s exciting about SteamaCo is the technology behind it: the micro-grids use an innovative cloud-based remote metering and payments system that monitors energy use, lets people pay for power using their mobile phones, and quickly troubleshoots any problems. With around 80% of Kenyans lacking access to mains electricity, SteamaCo is helping to bring the benefits of clean energy to increasing numbers of off-grid customers.
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171027-IEUTalk-Y. Uni-Commercial viability of solar products in poor rural communities
October 27 2017 Professor Semee Yoon, Associate Professor, Sustainable Development and Cooperation at Underwood International College and the Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University: "Can sales of solar products and services be commercially viable in poor rural communities? Evaluative evidence from India".
Advice for entrepreneurs from LBS Incubator | London Business School
“Focus on the problem that you’re trying to solve, but be flexible about how the solution looks to build a commercially viable product that will fit your clients’ needs,” says HUB85’s Omar Quaraishi, a graduate of London Business School’s Executive MBA. Find out what the other founders of the companies selected for this year’s Incubator programme have to say about what it takes to get a venture off the ground – from dealing with sceptics to keeping your vision in mind when the going gets tough. This short film is the final of a series to celebrate the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 Founder Award winners. Twelve founders have won a place in the School's Incubator for a year. Follow the incubator on Twitter: @LBSIncubator This content was provided by the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE), a research institute that resides within London Business School. Find out more about the institute http://bit.ly/2cHxx1s Keep up to date with what we do and sign up to our bi-monthly newsletter DeBrief: http://bit.ly/2mOl1A7 Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2fQAm0p Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2FKNIFe
How to Start waste tyre recycling latest
Pyrolysis process • Pyrolysis is the chemical decomposition of organic materials by heating in the absence of oxygen or any other reagents, except possibly steam. • Pyrolysis can be used to reprocess the tyres into fuel oil, fuel gas, solid residue (steel wire) and carbon black. • The waste tyres are mainly composed of long chain of C-H molecules. • Under normal process conditions the heat transfer will be done by radiation. • The technology of pyrolysis, cracking, and monomerisation of used tyres is always a hot topic.  Tyre pyrolysis End-of-life tyres contain a lot of chemical bound energy. As a result of pyrolysis of waste tyres one obtains: high-energy gas, Pyrolysis oils, carbon black and steel wire. The ratios of the first three products depend on process conditions, mainly on temperature. • The pyrolysis method for recycling used tyres is a technique, which heats whole or shredded tyres in a reactor vessel containing an oxygen free atmosphere and a heat source. • In the reactor the rubber is softened after which the rubber polymers continuously breakdown into smaller molecules. • These smaller molecules eventually vaporize and exit from the reactor. • These vapors can be burned directly to produce power or condensed into an oily type liquid, generally used as a fuel. • Some molecules are too small to condense. They remain as a gas, which can be burned as fuel. • The minerals that were part of the tyre, about 40 to 45 % by weight, are removed as a solid. • When performed well a tyre pyrolysis process is a very clean operation and has nearly no emissions or waste. • The properties of the gas, liquid and solid output are determined by the type of feedstock used and the process conditions. • For instance, whole tyres contain fibers and steel. Shredded tyres have most of the steel and sometimes most of the fiber removed. • Batch wise Process is done by tyre pyrolysis. • The steel can be removed from the solid stream with magnets for recycling. The remaining solid material often referred to as "charcoal". 5  Variety of polymer waste material is suitable as a raw material. Given below is the list of suitable raw materials for pyrolysis:  Waste tyres  Rubber or rubber parts from vehicles  Electronic scrap  Mixed (HDPE, LDPE, PE, PP, Nylon, Teflon, PS,ABS,FRP etc)  Multi layered  Plastic disposable bottle • The choice of feedstock and process (mainly operating temperature) can affect the value of the finished products.  Input-output ratio of waste tyre Type of Material Total Quantity Finish quantity Nylon scrap tyres 1000 kgs -550 to 600 liter of Pyrolysis oil -50 to 80 kg of Hydrocarbon Gas -300 to 350 kg of Carbon Black Radial scrap tyres 1000 kgs -400 to 450 of Pyrolysis oil -50 to 80 kg of Hydrocarbon Gas -300 to 350 kg of Carbon Black -150 to 200 kgs of Mild steel tyre scrap  Yield of pyrolysis process: H Pyrolysis oil (Fuel oil – 40 to 45%) • The essential product of tyre pyrolysis process is pyrolysis oil referred as fuel oil (40 to 45 % of total quantity feed) which is used as a fuel component for heating in fire chamber. Pyrolysis oil has flash Point between 60 to 93.3 °C. • Purest quality of pyrolysis oil comparable to industrial diesel: selling price comparable to industrial diesel LDO( light diesel oil) H Carbon Black(30 to 35%) • The vital product of pyrolysis plant is carbon black referred as "charcoal"(30 to 35% of total quantity feed).carbon black has Industrial and commercial use. H Steel wire(15 to 20%) • For instance, whole tyres contain fibers and steel. Shredded tyres have most of the steel and sometimes most of the fiber removed. • The steel wire(15 to 20%) can be removed from the carbon black with magnets for recycling after pyrolysis process & sold to the steel dealer H Hydrocarbon Gas(5 to 8%) • The smaller molecules eventually vaporize and exit from the reactor. These vapors can be burned directly to produce power or condensed into an oily type liquid, generally used as a fuel. Some molecules are too small to condense. They remain as a gas (5 to 8% of total quantity feed) which can be burned as fuel. H Advantages of pyrolysis plants • Purest quality of pyrolysis oil as finished product. • Use of green technology to achieve environment friendly processes. • Automatic safely valve (pressure and temperature valve) use to improve safely, profitability & ease of operation. • Industry is energy self-sufficient. • No external fuel required for heating. H Benefits of pyrolysis plant • Recover energy and value from waste in form of fuel, steel wire and charcoal. • Reduce tyre land pollution. • Eco-friendly recycling of tyre. • Commercially viable process. • Product is used as substitute to LDO/furnace oil. • Perfect solution for polymer waste management. • Raw material available.
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The Best Commercially Viable Research Project -ITN News
The Best Commercially Viable Research Project
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Ecosmart Uganda product video
EcoSmart pads are locally produced sanitary pads by Eco Smart Uganda. They are low cost, biodegradable in nature and comfortable in use. The pads are made from locally available sugarcane fiber which makes them commercially viable for women and girls from low resource environments. Ecosmart Uganda is an Up Accelerate alumni startup 2017. Up Accelerate is an initiative by UNFPA implemented by Outbox Uganda that supports startups addressing challenges in SRH with mentorship, seed funding, technical guidance and business training.
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Natural Composites, Inc.
http://naturalcompositesinc.com/ Office: (979) 268-4030 Fax: (979) 268-4047 Natural Composites, Inc. 1313 Research Parkway, Suite 100 College Station, TX 77845 Our passion is natural composites. Our global population is growing and fossil fuels are diminishing so innovation -- finding a better way - is necessary. We turn everyday bio-waste into everyday products by combining Research targeted at commercial Applications, - sourced and Produced at our geographically diverse production facilities. Our greater purpose is to help people, help our planet, and help our clients. Transforming bio-waste into commercially viable products is the beginning of new product development, but we also investigate every step in a product's life cycle. We source the raw material and can provide an existing value chain to bring the finished product to your market or we can provide the technical assistance to your supply chain team for ease of implementation. Major companies also love our material innovations to further strategic positioning of corporate technological brand leadership, mitigate raw material pricing risks, and achieve corporate social responsibility objectives. Let Natural Composites help you with your material innovations.
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Turning Ideas Into Reality
Turning Ideas Into Reality - 8 Step process for turning idea into commercially viable products. Web: www.thespacecairns.com FB - https://www.facebook.com/thespace1 TW - https://twitter.com/itshainsy IN - au.linkedin.com/pub/troy-haines/18/b75/3a3/ P - http://www.pinterest.com/thespacecairns/ G+ - google.com/+TroyHaines1
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2017 IIC Winner: New Day (Skills & Matching)
The “Digital Economy” takes different forms in different places. In Myanmar, Southeast Asia, where 75% of the population owns smartphones, the digital economy means that we can build inclusive, scalable digital services for the mass market, including the low-income population. However, digital employment services have not caught up to this newfound capability. Low-income job seekers still rely on anecdotal information from friends and family when looking for work. New Day is the developing world’s first smartphone-centric low-income employment platform. Our platform enables profound improvements in job-matching, skills-building, employer transparency, and professional growth. We are developing our product for the 55m person Myanmar market because of its uniquely high smartphone rate (for comparison, India has a smartphone rate of 23%) and booming economic growth (highest in all of Asia). Our commercially viable product will impact millions of people in Myanmar by offering efficient, transparent means to find a job.
Meltem Ballan - Transitioning an idea from Academia to Commercialization A Startup Story
PyData Dallas 2015 Meltem will share her story with Terastructure from the inception of the idea to the realization of a commercially viable product in partnership with the University of North Carolina. If you have dreamt, thought of, or have an idea that you want to take to market, you’ll not want to miss this presentation.
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Dubai, UAE Team
Using a combination of the STEM knowledge and entrepreneurial skills in your team, come up with an innovative, commercially viable solution (product, scheme or service) to a prominent issue effecting your community. How will your solution make a lasting positive impact and create social change. How can mobile technology play a role?
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Product Commercialisation 2 - Invention
The Invention Phase - proof a product works technically and is commercially viable. Things to consider in this phase in product commercialisation
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Make a Change 2013
Each year students on our 'Technology Strategy and Business Planning' module get the chance to design a commercially viable product that could help to transform people's lives. This year students from across the Faculty of Engineering joined forces with Mick Thornton from Moorland Plastics in Barnsley. Mick is a 59 year old supervisor who was born with cerebral palsy and who lives independently. However, Mick recognises that other people with disabilities cannot do so due to their living environment. Students were challenged to develop a range of inclusive products that will help social housing users, particularly those with disabilities, to interact with their home environment more easily; enabling them to lead independent lives.
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Omron D6T-1616L Non-contact Infra-red Sensor - Test 1
I have been looking forward to this day for over 6 months... At last the loan Omron D6T-1616L Developers Kit arrived from Sydney this afternoon. Now I have 4 weeks to become familiar with this amazing component, then hope to create a commercially viable product out of it. According to Omron, the D6T-1616L is the latest in a family of non-contact MEMS thermal sensor - It is a"super-sensitive infrared temperature sensor that makes full use of Omron's proprietary MEMS sensing technology" Let me quote from http://www.omron.com/media/press/2012/06/e0627.html Unlike typical pyroelectric human presence sensors that rely on motion detection, the D6T thermal sensor is able to detect the presence of stationary humans by detecting body heat, and can therefore be used to automatically switch off unnecessary lighting, air conditioning, etc. when people are not present (regardless of whether they move or not). As the D6T sensor is also able to monitor the temperature of a room, they can also be used to continually maintain optimal room temperature levels, instantly sense unusual changes in temperature thereby detecting factory line stoppages, or discover areas of overheating for early prevention of fire outbreaks, etc. While standard thermal sensors are only able to measure temperature at one certain contact point, the D6T can measure the temperature of an entire area contactlessly. Signals generated by infrared rays are usually extremely weak, and high-sensitivity detection is therefore very difficult to achieve. However, Omron has developed and manufactured in-house every part of the new thermal sensor, from the MEMS sensors to ASICs (application-specific integrated circuits) and other application-specific parts, specifically with the aim of ensuring that the D6T is capable of highly sensitive detection. With the cutting edge Omron MEMS technology that is utilized in the D6T, we are aiming to contribute to the creation of new advanced energy-saving household appliances as well home and building energy management systems plus a wide variety of factory automation applications. ------ In case anyone has noticed, I apologise for my messy lab!
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How The Coal Industry Is Destroying Puerto Rico
Carcinogenic Poisoning in Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico's burgeoning coal industry might have saved the island over $500 million, but not without serious repercussions. The disastrous health problems affecting locals can no longer be ignored. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures "It's normal for people to have cancer", says Guayama resident Alberto Colon. Almost one in ten people on the island have been diagnosed with cancer, including Nativid Borgos: "I’m fighting harder now because I’m not the only one who’s been hurt in my community." Since a new coal plant opened in 2002, citizens have noticed major changes in their health. Coal dust from the plant is turned into Agremax, a commercially viable product used on the island, yet it contains hazardous metals that pollute the air and water. These problems are ignored by the plant's owners and the government. "The suffering these people have gone through", Nativid laments. "They need to do something." For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/7334 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Visit our subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/JourneymanPictures/ Say hi on tumblr: https://journeymanpictures.tumblr.com/ PBS Newshour Weekend – Ref. 7334
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BBC News   Tesco says own brand tablet is commercially viable
Tesco has moved into the tablet computing world with the launch of its own-brand Hudl. Rory Cellan-Jones spoke to the supermarket's chief marketing officer Matt Atkinson about the low-cost device. Tesco aims to undercut the Kindle Fire - which Amazon has admitted does not make a profit - but Mr Atkinson said the Hudl was "commercially viable. This product will sell at an affordable price for our customers... we can afford to do that."
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Lean Scale Up
This is not about finding product market fit or minimum viable product (MVP). It is not about starting a business. If you are looking for rapid growth with the purpose of being acquired, this may not be the fast-track investor-rich style of growth that may be needed. The organizations that will benefit most are small companies that want to establish a method for achieving and sustaining organic growth. To benefit the most, your organization should have a commercially viable product or service. We discuss SD-Logic, PDCA, SDCA and using Lean as a business growth tool.
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Introduction to the Bergmann Pistols
http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Theodore Bergmann, despite having his name on a lot of different guns, was not actually a gun designer. Bergmann was a financier and industrialist, in many ways like Eli Whitney in the US decades earlier. Bergmann, like Whitney, would provide the capital to develop patents for their inventors. In the case of the Bergmann pistols, the original 1892 patent was brought to him by a Hungarian watchmaker named Otto Brauwetter. Bergmann acquired the patent and had one of his engineers, Louis Schmeisser, work on developing it into a viable commercial product. That pistol would ultimately his the market in 1894, with the 1896 model being the first reasonably successful model. Three versions of the 1896 were made in different calibers, designated the No.2, No.3, and No.4 - manufactured mostly under contract by V.C. Schilling of Suhl. Having failed to garner military interest in these blowback designs, Schmeisser would adapt a side-tilting bolt design for the No. 5 1897 design. This too would fail to find military acceptance, and Schmeisser refined it considerably into the 1903 Mars (no relation to the Gabbett-Fairfex British Mars pistol), having taken some time away to work on machine guns. The 1903 model would be adopted by Spain, and would lead to the 1908 model and adoption by the Danish military as well in 1910. With the Spanish adoption, Bergmann would relinquish manufacturing rights to the gun, to the Pieper concern of Liege, who would sell it commercially as well as supplying the military contracts. The Danes would make some additional improvements to the design after WWI, with the 1910/21 variant which they would produce domestically. The final evolution of the gun was done by Pieper in the early 1920s, by which time the magazine-forward configuration had become obsolete in military handguns. Over the coming two weeks, we will look at each of these models in detail, so stay tuned!
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New Energy Invention Magnetic Motor
From Google Videos. Fascinating demonstration of a new energy invention with the potential to vastly transform our world. Using only magnets, two plastic strips, and securing components, this video clip shows how a freestanding device can be built to generate power using nothing but natural magnetic forces. This is only a proof of concept video. There are many variables to be worked out, but the potential is clearly demonstrated. If you take the small model in the video and extend it for 20 feet upwards or so, the magnet should easily jump up 12 feet or more. A simple device could then pull the magnet off the track dropping it down and thus generating energy through gravity by passing through one or more rotors. Double the length and get twice the energy. After dropping, a curved track at the bottom could then slip the magnet right back into the bottom of the device where magnetism would again pull it up, thereby creating perpetual motion while generating power. A circular track might also create a similar effect. Any tinkerers want to play this one and potentially transform our world? For more on the origin, specifications, and future development ideas of this project, see http://www.PerpetualMotors.com. We ask you to spread the word and help to make this exciting project a reality. License is hereby granted for this invention. You are free to copy it, alter it, develop it, and include it in any non-commercial applications free of charge. Invite your friends and colleagues to work on it with you. If you do find a way to make a commercially viable product using this concept and profit financially from it -- and we hope you will -- then as an acknowledgment for our help in creating something useful, send us a royalty fee of ten percent of sales for units actually sold at the above website. We offer this powerful concept and demonstration into the creative commons. For more on this, please consult the website http://creativecommons.org and look under their licensing section. Let's join our forces and work together to transform our world for the good of all of us!
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Success Story: Jason Neish, Milky Mooka
Jason Neish's idea to produce a healthy milk-based soft drink, free from artificial sweeteners and preservatives, began at his kitchen table. Jason was able to launch a commercially viable product by doing his market research at the British Library Business & IP Centre. He was able to determine that UHT milk is a fast-growing market in the UK as well as Europe and the rest of the world. Find out more about how he was also able to generate leads and protect his unique brand using the up-to--the minute online business databases which is freely available at the Centre.
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MY BOTTLE (Crowd funding Video)
a short crowdfunding video explaining 'MY BOTTLE' product concept and asking for backers to raise the capital needed to produce the product and make the product commercially viable.
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Farm to Table — A Video Editing & Assembly Demonstration
This brief documentary depicts the local organic food scene of Santa Barbara, California, showcasing the life cycle of produce from being grown on farms to being served in fine dining establishments. This is a student edit of the documentary, created to demonstrate my proficiency in video assembly and editing. I was given the raw footage and tasked with creating a finished, commercially viable product. All work was done in the following software: Adobe Premiere Pro and Avid Pro Tools
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Power From Wind, Rain, and The Sun With A Simple Device
9th grader Maanasa Mendu has created a simple machine that uses vibration from wind and rain along with solar panels to generate electricity. This hybrid renewable energy generator could be developed into a commercially viable product one day. http://www.treehugger.com/gadgets/ninth-grader-invents-renewable-energy-device-powered-sun-wind-and-rain.html
2015 Innovation Finalists - Discovery Awards
2015 Innovation Award –A company that has produced a commercially viable product or service and is ready or has already launched it into the market DeCell Technologies decellDeCell Technologies has developed a potential breakthrough solution for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers that has applications for other tissue reconstruction problems. Co-founded by researcher and Professional Engineer, Dr. Paul Gratzer, an Associate Professor in Dalhousie University’s School of Biomedical Engineering, DeCell’s patent-pending technology is based on a decade of ground-breaking biomedical research carried out in Gratzer’s lab. Diagnoses of diabetes are on a sharp rise worldwide and up to 25% of diabetic patients will develop a foot ulcer in their lives, many of which will result in amputation. DeCell is focused on remedying these complications by removing cellular elements from samples of human skin obtained from tissue banks to produce ready-to-use, sterile, hypoallergenic dressings that actively promote the healing of wounds and the regeneration of new tissue. Dr. Gratzer’s accomplishments serve as an example of how research and research careers can lead to major benefits for healthcare in Nova Scotia and beyond. Metamaterial Technologies MTIMetamaterials Technologies Incorporated is a leader in the design, manufacturing and commercialization of nano-composite smart materials that change the way we use, interact, and benefit from light. Under the leadership of Dr. George Palikaras, the company has developed a new thin film technology that affects light in an unconventional manner. MTI is the first company to produce this class of smart materials in large sizes, opening up these applications to many industries including: aerospace and defense, healthcare, medical, LED lighting and solar energy. The company’s technology is currently addressing the growing threat of laser strikes affecting commercial aviation. Last year, MTI’s subsidiary Lamda Guard, signed a strategic partnership with the Airbus Group to develop a thin film to deflect and block intense laser lights aimed at pilots during flight. This transparent film would be adhesively applied on the inner surface of a cockpit windscreen. Dr. Palikaras’s company has built a strong IP portfolio with over 65 patent applications and 12 patents granted. Dr. Palikaras is an expert in metamaterial technology and finished his PhD studies in electromagnetic metamaterial science in England. His company received the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Award for the highest growth potential and Frost & Sullivan’s 2014 Global Aerospace Product Leadership Award for developing its revolutionary thin film solution. Novonix Novonix_BTSDr. Chris Burns is Co-founder, President and CEO of Novonix, a company that designs, builds and sells ultra-high precision Lithium-ion battery testing equipment, and which is a spinoff from Dr. Jeff Dahn’s lab at Dalhousie University where Chris worked on his PhD. Their equipment enables accurate and precise measurements of a Lithium-ion battery’s efficiency, which can be used to estimate their lifetime on the scale of decades. Novonix has demonstrated that they can manufacture the most accurate battery testing equipment in the world. Although still a small operation, in the first few years of its existence it has sold equipment to key battery companies all over the world, including a major automotive company in the USA. Novonix’s total sales revenue to date is over one million dollars, with other sales currently under negotiation. In addition, Novonix does contract R&D for several Lithium-ion battery manufacturers and battery materials producers. http://thediscoverycentre.ca/support/discovery-awards
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Graphene Light Bulb Set For Shops
Graphene light bulb set for shops - 28.03.2015 A light bulb made from graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year. The dimmable LED bulb with a graphene-coated filament was designed at Manchester University, where the material was discovered in 2004. It is said to cut energy use by 10% and last longer owing to its conductivity. The National Graphene Institute at the university was opened this month. The light bulb was developed by a Canadian-financed company called Graphene Lighting - one of whose directors is Prof Colin Bailey, deputy vice chancellor at the University of Manchester. It is expected to be priced lower than current LED bulbs, which cost about £15 each. Prof Bailey said: "The graphene light bulb will use less energy. We expect it to last longer. The manufacturing costs are lower and it uses more and more sustainable components."
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SRG Apparel Company Overview
At SRG Apparel, we use market intelligence gathered from across the globe, to develop on trend, commercially viable products for the men’s and women’s fashion apparel markets worldwide. We supply market leading retailers and wholesalers across the world with a range of private label and SRG branded products. With over 40 years experience from our heritage in manufacturing, SRG Apparel is now regarded as one of the leading suppliers of men’s and women’s fashion wear to high street retailers worldwide. Visit www.srg-plc.com to find out more about what we do.
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Caroline Graham: Sustainable open source?
https://media.ccc.de/v/emf2016-277-sustainable-open-source If anyone can use open source software, who owns it? If noone has to pay for it, is development charity work? If you contribute code, how can you be sure you're not just giving your time to help someone else get rich? Legally, on the whole open source is great at the licensing end but very shaky at the ownership end. It's too easy for owners to exploit the contributions of others and very hard to find a way for developers of open source to earn a day's pay for a days work. Is it a straight choice between software as a restricted, expensive product or software development as voluntary work? I am a corporate lawyer and I believe there is a third way. I created for my client the first UK software "foundation" based on the Linux model, for a commercially viable product that happens to be owned by people who believe in the Free Software ideal. In this talk I'll take a canter through the history and philosophy of open source before explaining the legal structures that underpin it and discussing the foundation model and the way it promotes financial sustainability and long-term open source security. Caroline Graham
Mass production of graphene, MIT develops process to make unlimited high quality graphene
Researchers at MIT have developed a method to produce high quality graphene at a commercial scale. Their graphene production technique which employs CVD or chemical vapor deposition can produce unlimited rolls of graphene. Their graphene production process is still basically a stadard CVD reactor but stretched out and fed with a conveyor belt. This graphene production method is still graphene production from methane and hydrogen but is just more like an assembly line than a single batch. This method was able to produce high quality graphene membrans with no defects. This graphene can be used for everything that scientists believe it can do. This graphene membrane is so perfect it can be used as a filter for purification! Large scale graphene production of this quality will change the world by making graphene commercially viable. This graphene technology 2018 will allow for a reduction in price for graphene and make graphene batteries, graphene superconductors, graphene screens and all manner of graphene products available to the public. This new product worked as a graphene sieve and passed the graphene strength test to show it is just as strong as graphene produced with traditional methods. ******************************************************************** SOURCE: http://news.mit.edu/2018/manufacturing-graphene-rolls-ultrathin-membranes-0418 ********************************************************************* Follow me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZakDTV/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ZakDTV Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/zakdtv Gmail : [email protected] **********************************************************************
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Falqoni - Product Showcase
Falqoni aim to draw from the expertise of our in-house design consultants to help create lighting that is not just commercially viable but aesthetically beautiful. Our team of specialists will discuss your initial concept and guide you all the way through to execution. Our clientele choose to work with us due to our outstanding customer service, integrity and professionalism. We have a proven track record to deliver. Most importantly we understand our clients’ needs and appreciate that each client is different for more visit http://goo.gl/9viRY6
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Getting it out there: leading the charge in the advanced materials revolution
As a chemist, material scientist and entrepreneur, Dr Krzysztof Koziol is helping industry understand the benefits of using advanced materials such as graphene and carbon nanotubes. The process of translating research outcomes into commercially viable products can be challenging, involving the need to overcome many technical and non-technical barriers. The Society helps scientists on this journey by providing grants and funding, offering training and mentoring and bringing together experts in academia and industry through our meetings and conferences. Presented here are accounts of individuals who have used and built on the funding awarded by the Society to translate their research from academia to industry. https://royalsociety.org/topics-policy/industry-innovation/case-studies/koziol/
Views: 465 The Royal Society
Domestic Water Recycling - Coliforms, Commercialisation & the Code (Part 1)
Nick Palmer, Marketing Manager, DPS (Bristol) Ltd DPS are an innovative company based in Portishead, focusing on bespoke engineering projects for the oil & gas industry. How then do they find themselves launching an exciting new domestic greywater recycling unit that has the potential to awaken a significant latent market? Turning an oil & gas based technology into a commercially viable product is not as straightforward a proposition as one might expect, but offers tremendous environmental, social and commercial riches. This presentation will look at the torturous journey from the Gulf of Mexico to greywater and highlight the exciting potential a low carbon economy has to offer.
Views: 195 ScienceSouthWest
Recycling EPS - Expanded Polystyrene
Expanded Polymer Solutions “EPS” is a unique Australian company dedicated to converting waste packaging materials into commercially viable products, utilising environmentally friendly recycling, recovery and manufacturing methods. We obtain our expanded polymers, such as EPS Expanded Polystyrene and other types used in “Safe Transport Packaging” from Small Businesses and Corporate Organisations to aid them in meeting their Recycling Targets and Reducing their Waste. Constantly improving methods of collection and services for the community and maintaining a sustainable approach to prevention of landfill and decrease the amounts being exported to increase employment. EPS is committed to the environment and will evolve to be recognised as the most innovative, friendly and diverse company in Australia. Please contact us for more information via www.eps.services
Most Expensive Fruits in the World - HOW DO THEY DO IT
Thanks for watching Israel Agriculture Technology Subscribe to watch more: https://goo.gl/8Uzhjj https://www.facebook.com/Agriculture-Technology-1418988931500494/ Israel Agriculture technologies - Farm Industry News Click Here: https://goo.gl/UePbMG Kiwifruit industry in New Zealand - kiwifruit orchard and postharvest job demonstrations: Kiwifruit or kiwi is a major horticultural export earner in New Zealand. New Zealand developed the first commercially viable Kiwifruit and developed the export markets, creating the demand for the fruit that exists today. Today New Zealand is the third largest kiwifruit producing country, next to China and Italy, and holds approximately 30% of the market share. In the 2008-2009 season the value of New Zealand kiwifruit exports was NZ$1.45 billion. World Amazing Fast workers God level 2017 - Fastest Life Hacks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFCHr0_ytrg For copyright reasons, my channel will be terminated. Please subscribe to my new channel here:https://goo.gl/hfN5Tg
Building an MVP, Ralf Jeffery, Product Design,Agile on the Beach 2017
Building an MVP sounds simple, so why do so many organisations struggle and what are the common factors of excellent MVP design? Ralf Jeffery Product Design The goal of an MVP is to build just enough of something to quantifiably test a business assumption or hypothesis. Traditionally, businesses approach new product development by spending substantial time and money researching, developing and building the final product. Even more time and effort is then spent marketing it to their target market. It’s go big or go home! Lean Startup principles advocate a different approach; build the simplest version of the product or service that you can and get in front of your target market group as fast as possible. Watch them use it. Listen to their feedback. Then improve or change. Most organisations when confronted with this approach understand the logic and benefits of an MVP. Why then, do so many struggle to execute successfully? This talk discusses the principles of MVPs and the diverse ways in which they can be executed, illustrating with success stories. It discusses the common barriers encountered within organisations when creating an MVP, and highlights how they can be overcome from the perspective of each key stakeholder group. Finally, drawing upon personal experience of working on agile projects within financial services, ecommerce and telecoms organisations, both large and small, discussion is made as to what factors are necessary for excellent MVP design. Ralf Jeffery Associate Equal Experts Ralf Jeffery is currently a Senior Consultant Business Analyst at Equal Experts, an award-wining agile consultancy, specialising in simple software solutions for big business challenges. With over 20 years experience delivering enhanced digital user experiences for organisations such as O2, Visa, World Pay, Coutts and Argos, Ralf is passionate about devising new solutions to drastically improve user experience (UX) and ultimately deliver business value. Ralf is a certified scrum master and ISEB practitioner. With a background in digital agencies and consultancies, as well as being a company owner himself, Ralf understands the perspectives of key stakeholders groups - winning their confidence through delivering advanced digital vision and technical solutions to drive additional revenue streams. He is operationally and commercially astute with high levels of business acuity and really enjoys building strong teams and delivering successful solutions. Agile on the Beach is a leading annual conference in Falmouth, Cornwall UK. Since 2011 Agile on the Beach has been a two day agile conference, set on the Cornish coast with a beach party in between. The conference explores agile software, products, teams, business and practices. With 400 attending, the conference hosts 50 seminars and workshops to provide the ultimate agile learning experience, along with ample opportunities for networking at its 3 evening events. www.agileonthebeach.com
Views: 52 Agile on the Beach
Domestic Water Recycling - Coliforms, Commercialisation & the Code
DPS are an innovative company based in Portishead, focusing on bespoke engineering projects for the oil & gas industry. How then do they find themselves launching an exciting new domestic greywater recycling unit that has the potential to awaken a significant latent market? Turning an oil & gas based technology into a commercially viable product is not as straightforward a proposition as one might expect, but offers tremendous environmental, social and commercial riches. This presentation will look at the torturous journey from the Gulf of Mexico to greywater and highlight the exciting potential a low carbon economy has to offer.
Views: 59 ScienceSouthWest
Malata PC-B1002, Malata PC-B1301, Tegra2 Laptops
Malata announces new ARM Powered Laptops at HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair. They are not ready to show working prototypes of them yet. There is a 10" similar to Toshiba AC-100, but also a 13.3" ARM Powered Laptop! In my opinion, it's important software for ARM Powered Laptops gets ready also for these products to be commercially viable. Honeycomb might do the trick, with slight Laptop-oriented optimizations and its awesome new large screen optimized multi-tab web browser, but Chrome OS for ARM may be even better for this type of product.
Views: 1757 Charbax
Finding the Right Customers That Will Buy From You
Mp3/transcript of this episode: http://www.melabraham.com/session022 Join Mel's FB Fans: https://www.facebook.com/melhabraham Tweet Mel: http://twitter.com/MelHAb Instagram: http://instagram.com/legacyentrepreneur LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/in/melhabraham Website: http://www.MelAbraham.com This episode #1 Bestselling Author and Highly Acclaimed business & Entrepreneur Expert, Mel Abraham In this episode, we dig further into understanding who the target market and customer is. Understanding it is vital because customers are the key to success. You have nothing if there aren't any customers that are willing to buy the things you sell. So, we need to develop a commercially viable product that is able to create a difference in people's lives. Those people aren't just your customers but everyone who is associated with your business. Market Selection - For market selection, understand the six elements that we need to consider. It will help us to recognize our CORE market. CORE market is where you can have a Connection, Originality, Results and Excellence in. 1. Identity: We need to identify the people that we are trying to serve. Find their demographics like age, gender as well as their geography like where they live. It will take some direct research methods like interviews for getting this information. 2. Clarity: We need to solve three kinds of problems: (1) known and spoken, (2) known and unspoken, and (3) unknown and unspoken. Find the exact problem that you are willing to solve. Then come up with a viable solution that is elegant and distinct so that people are willing to pay for it. 3. Location: Don't just find out where the customers are physically located but also figure out where they are looking for solutions. Know where the marketplace looks for the answer to the problems you defined. Once it is located, you will know where you need to be. 4. Define the Solution: Describe the solution in terms that your market understands. Clearly state how will you be solving their problems in a unique or distinct way. 5. Objections: Find the major objection the market might have. The target customers might not know about you, your products and whether it works or not. Do the things necessary to overcome these objections. You can use social proof, testimonials, case studies and recommendations while being transparent to get over the objections. 6. Who do they listen to: Discover the people that the target market talks with and listens to. If you can connect with people that are making recommendations, you can create trust there. Watch the video and get the mp3/transcript here: http://www.melabraham.com/session022 ------------------------------------ ABOUT MEL ABRAHAM ------------------------------------ Mel is the founder of Business Breakthrough Academy and Thoughtpreneur Academy where he helps entrepreneurs bring their businesses to the world and build the lifestyle that they want. Mel is one the most sought after entrepreneurial mentor and strategic thinkers of our time. As the #1 Bestselling author of The Entrepreneur’s Solution: The Modern Millionaire’s Path to More Profit, Fans & Freedom Entrepreneur, Mel’s strategies have helped build thousands of businesses and have generated hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients, ranging from large corporations to startups and small family-owned businesses. Mel is a true believer in the entrepreneurial way of life and says that this “new frontier” is the paradigm that will shift society from simply existing to living life bigger, bolder and on their own terms. Meet Mel at http://melabraham.com/ ------------------------------------ THE ENTREPRENEUR'S SOLUTION ------------------------------------ The Entrepreneur's Solution is a weekly entrepreneur, business, wealth and lifestyle show where entrepreneur, speaker and author Mel Abraham reveals all of his business and entrepreneur building strategies. Mel is one of our time's most sought after mentors and speakers that not only teaches but also lives what he teaches. Discover how to design, create and build your business so it gives you the life and lifestyle you want. Subscribe to the free entrepreneurial podcast here: http://www.melabraham.com/podcast The Entrepreneur's Solution Blog: http://melabraham.com/blog
Views: 596 Mel Abraham
Innovator Behind Kosher Lamp In Interview With VIN News
VIN News - The seeds for Kosher Innovations, the Canadian manufacturer of the Kosher Lamp and other unique products for the kosher consumer, were sown when Rebbetzin Chana Veffer wanted a practical way to have proper reading light on Friday nights. Her husband, Rabbi Shmuel Veffer approached Moshe Orzech, one of his congregants in the Aish Village Shul in Toronto, who happened to work in the lighting business. It took approximately two years for the pair to work out all the technical and halachic nuances of producing a lamp with a movable shade that would safely provide adequate light but could still be covered as needed, but in 2004 the classic Kosher Lamp took the Jewish world by storm. While the original Kosher Lamp Classic has been retired its successors, the decorative Regency Kosher Lamp, pink or blue bear shaped Teddy Night Lights and Kosher Lamp Max, available in seven colors, can be found in Jewish homes is all over the world. Realizing that the Kosher consumer has certain needs that were not being address by commercially available products, Kosher Innovations began to grow their product line and today, they offer two different clocks featuring multiple alarms with automatic shut off for Shabbos, Fridg-eez, a Velcro strap to disable the refrigerator light on Shabbos, Shabbos toothbrushes and toothwash, a light box for checking lettuce and unique precut Shabbos toilet tissue which hangs on a standard toilet paper holder. All products are approved by Rabbi Shlomo Miller, Rosh Kollel of Kollel Avreichim of Toronto. Advertisement: While most of the ideas have been developed in house, Moshe Orzech President of Kosher Innovations says that consumers often send in suggestions for new products and the company's website, kosherinnovations.com, has a link for people who would like to submit ideas for consideration. "We encourage people to come forward with their ideas," said Orzech. "There is another Kosher Lamp idea out there. And if we are not going to come up with it we want someone else out there and we would love to work with them." The goal at Kosher Innovations is to come up with novel products for the Jewish community at the lowest cost possible in order to provide the best value to customers. The "T" Sweater, for example, a grey v-neck sweater with zippers up the sides of the sleeves to accommodate tefillin wearers, though popular among customers, was discontinued when price increases made the product no longer commercially viable. In an exclusive VIN News video interview, Yosef Shidler of CJ Studios talks to Moshe Orzech about the success of Kosher Lamp and other fascinating products produced by Kosher Innovations.
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How to Grow Microgreens in Your Home & Make $100,000+  a Year
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits City-Hydro in Baltimore, MD who makes over $100,000 a year growing microgreens in a bedroom. In this episode, you will discover how you can easily grow microgreens in your home to improve the health of you and your family. You will also discover how you can make over $100,00 a year growing microgreens and how to get a FREE 2 Day hands-on training on how to grow microgreens. First, John will show you how you can grow a tray of microgreens in your kitchen with a simple metro style shelf. You will also discover some of the health benefits of eating these micro vegetables. Next, you will share why the farmer started growing microgreens in his extra bedroom. You will get a full tour of his growing operation seeing all the different equipment he is using to grow the microgreens. You will then discover how to grow the microgreens including detailed information on using the best seeds, best water, best trays, best-growing medium, and much, much more. John will take you on a further tour of the grow room sharing with you some common and uncommon tips and tricks about growing microgreens and how he enjoys eating the microgreens. Jump to the following parts of this episode 0:02:21 Growing Microgreens in your Kitchen 0:07:29 Bedroom Converted into Micro Farm 0:09:50 POV Tour of Microgreens Farm 0:13:18 Best Seeds to Grow Microgreens 0:17:13 Proper Water to Use to Grow Microgreens 0:18:39 Best Trays to Grow Microgreens 0:22:40 Best Growing Media 0:24:50 How to Seed a Tray of Microgreens 0:26:00 How to sterilize seeds before germination 0:27:29 Create Proper Germination Environment 0:28:10 Germination Rack (No Lights) 0:29:55 Growing Rack with LED Lights 0:34:15 How to Ensure you are Regulated Less When growing Microgreens 0:35:05 Specific Microgreens that can be grown easily without hassle 0:36:17 My tip for growing microgreens 0:37:17 How Much electricty and water does it take? 0:37:42 How to handle fruit flys and bugs? 0:39:10 Definition of Microgreens 0:40:17 Best Vegan Food to Eat that is Grown Veganically 0:42:59 How to Best Eat Your Microgreens Finally, John will interview Larry, the farmer at City Hydro and ask him the following questions: 0:44:52 Why did you start growing microgreens as a business? 0:47:00 Is it true you only sell inside your zip code and you are maxed out? 0:49:56 How many hours a day do you work? 0:50:21 How to Learn How to Grow Microgreens and Start Your Own Business for $1000 0:51:54 Are the Microgreens you are growing organic? 0:53:10 Do you really only use water to grow your microgreens? 0:54:03 Did you design the system here to grow microgreens? 0:55:57 How much does it cost to grow microgreens? How much do they sell for? 0:57:14 How many farms have you set up in the World? 0:58:57 Why are you open sourcing your information about growing microgreens? 1:00:56 Any final comments or thoughts for my viewers? After watching this episode, you will learn how to grow microgreens using the best practices and how you can start your own microgreens business including training for as low as $1000.00 Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch all 1300+ Episodes from GrowingYourGreens at https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Contact Larry at Urban Hydro at [email protected] or 1-443-765-4757 Urban Hydro on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cityhydro/ Urban Hydro on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/City-Hydro-559548380832684/ Urban Hydro Web Site http://www.city-hydro.com/
CNC Myford Super 7 Lathe  -  Pictures
A selection of photographs of the CNC Myford Super 7 Long bed demonstration lathe as seen at the Harrogate Model Engineering Show 2015 and Warwick Model Engineering Show 2014 & 2015 Spalding Model Engineering and Hobby Show 2016 Thanks to all for taking the time to make comments regarding my Myford Super 7 CNC conversion kit. It is something of an understatement to say that it has been some time since I've made any comments myself or updates on you-tube! Earlier comments from me highlight that I had intended the conversion kit to be on sale years ago. The fact that it hasn't materialised just yet has nothing to do with anyone else’s involvement or the conversion kit design. My involvement with other business activities which I have felt obliged to honour have been the main cause of the delay in moving forward, although, these issues have not stopped me from using the CNC lathes for prototype engineering work and continued testing. There has also been further work done in out-sourcing some manufacturing of components and also a continued manufacturing of tooling for the CNC conversion production. Another area that I've been working on is trying to make the lathe more adaptable to other models of Myford lathes, like those with power cross-feed. All of this work takes time to process! I've also carried out some demonstration trials at various shows in the UK. (Warwick Model Engineering Exhibition 2014 & 2015 and Harrogate Model Engineering Exhibition 2015. I won awards at both shows including the Chester Machine Tools award for best machine tool. These demonstrations have proved to be very valuable in many ways and also help me to gain the public's opinions (or fears in a minority of cases) of using CNC for turning. Another business concern has been the extremely volatile economy at the moment as this could affect it being a commercially viable product to make due to it's inherent high technology and therefore increased initial cost. Personally, I will never use a manual machine again either lathe or mill if I can avoid it! But that is what happens when you make the changeover – it is addictive and productive in many ways that you cannot imagine when starting out on the CNC journey! My intention is to sell the conversion kits or parts of it as required as the only true test of it's viability will be through public demand! Until I have the website up and running you can contact me to discuss any further details or pricing: email: cncyourmyford AT btinternet dot com (remove spaces and change AT to @ and dot to . ) Mobile phone: 0747__6858____708 (remove underscore lines) UK landline 011__5 920___5727 (remove underscore lines) Website:http://cncyourmyford.com/start/ I've put spaces in etc. to try and avoid spam! Regards Alan Savelio
Views: 1583 cncyourmyford
Ben Hillier Talks - Microphones
Ben Hillier talks with me about the necessity of high end recording equipment equipment in modern record making. This contributes towards my Final Year Project at Staffordshire University, "An investigation into the production of a commercially viable product based on the qualitative aspects of recording equipment." Music: Balthazar - "I Looked For You" All Rights Reserved For Educational Purposes
Views: 137 Daniel Crook