Archive for February, 2016

Remembering the Basics When Building a Home Network

Written by Common Computer Problems on February 24th, 2016. Posted in Cat 6 cables bulk, Hdmi to dvi cable, Usb 3 cable

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So you just moved into your new place or you want your current work space to be a little cooler. Now you’re going to tackle building your very home network! How exciting! It’s very important not to overlook some of the smaller details that go into your new set up. You might think you have all the necessary equipment but then you realize those 10 ft cables aren’t going to cut it, perhaps a 500 ft Ethernet cable will do the trick? Or you thought you had all the correct stuff, but then you realize you never bought a surge protector to finish the job. The big purchases are up to you, we want to help you out with some of the smaller stuff.

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Why Having a Good Tech Guy Could Make or Break Your Business

Written by Common Computer Problems on February 17th, 2016. Posted in Computer support, Make money with pay per click, Marketing charleston

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Computers are at the forefront of our lives these days, whether we’re conducting business or going about our personal lives. New developments and rapid changes seem to be at the heart of this technology and many people find it frustrating to try and keep up. As soon as we’ve mastered one big software change, another one sweeps in a few months later. It can be dizzying. For businesses trying to make the most of the new technology, computer support is absolutely necessary. Businesses may require anything ranging from an IT consulting firm, a business

Can Non Invasive Scans Help Save Lives? Brain Surgeons Rely on 3D Printing to Prep for Surgery

Written by Common Computer Problems on February 17th, 2016. Posted in 3d reverse engineering, Ct scan calibration, Reverse engineering companies

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Recent advances in 3D laser scanning services could soon allow industrial facilities to drastically reduce their inspection cost. Previously, obtaining a thorough cross-section of an test object could take several hours, but laser inspection equipment is now capable of generating a complete image — without internal shading — in seconds.

Having high-resolution images that are contain more than 1,000,000 “data points” and which are accurate to between five and 200 microns could practically revolutionize the field of non destructive testing in both an industrial and a medical context. The full technical implications of newer 3D laser scanning services remain unexplored — for the moment — but researchers should be able to generate industrial prototypes more rapidly than ever before.

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