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Manufacturing is the use of tools, machines and labor to produce goods for sale or use. It may refer to various human activities ranging from handicraft to high tech, but is most commonly applied to industrial production where raw materials are transformed into finished goods.
What is baking paper made of?
== High density paper treated with acid == Baking paper (Vegetable parchment) is made using high density paper (made from regular wood sources) that goes through an acid treatment. The result is strong, non-stick and heat-resistant. Silicone and other oil-based coatings are sometimes added to make it non-stick. It is also good for easy clean up, it is not just for baking you can use it to line a basket to put food in at parties ...
Asked in Animal Life, Manufacturing
What is made from animal fat?
all types of stuff gummy bears are made of pig fat bird food is also and much more ANSWER: Gummy bears are made with gelatin or apple pectin. Gelatin comes from the collagen in animal bones, not from animal fat. Animal fat is sometimes used to make soap or candles. ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft, Manufacturing, Airbus
What is the name of airbus' parent company?
Airbus is a subsidiary of European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS). In July 2013, EADS accounced that the corporation was renaming to 'Airbus Industries', to make it's primary business more obvious. ...
What are Mexico's largest industries and the products they manufacture?
In terms of importance, Mexican industries include: Construction: 22.4% Mining: 19.8% Food and Beverages: 15.0% Chemical products including oil, coal, plastics and non-minerals: 11.6% Transport Equipment (aerospace, motor vehicles): 9.4% Utilities (electricity, gas and water): 5.3% Metallic products (iron, steel): 4.7% Machinery and equipment: 2.1% Computer Equipment: 2.0% Clothing and Textiles: 1.9% Electric engines and equipment: 1.5% Other manufacturing industries: 1.3% Paper: 1.1% Furniture: 0.6% Wood and timber (non-forestry): 0.5% Leather products: 0.4% Printing and related industries: 0.4% All these activities add up to 34.1% of Mexico's Gross Domestic Product - the percentage dedicated to...
Asked in Arts and Crafts, Manufacturing, Furnaces
What is furnace glass?
Italian glass blowing techniques such as latticinio and zanfirico are adapted here to make beads. Furnace glass uses large decorated canes built up out of smaller canes, encased in clear glass and then extruded to form the beads with linear and twisting stripe patterns. No air is blown into the glass. These beads require a large scale glass furnace and annealing (glass) kiln for manufacture. ...
Asked in Cleaning, Manufacturing, Laundry, First Aid
What is the best way to remove fiberglass from your skin?
Answers Duct tape. The hair may go away too, so be warned. Take a piece of duct tape and place it on the skin and it will stick to the fiberglass fibers that are still above the skin. Remove the duct tape and the glass goes with it. If the fiberglass has worked its way below the skins surface, nothing can be done. Take a hot shower, not too hot as this will make your pores swell, you only want them to...
Asked in Manufacturing, Technology
What is a platen in Plastic manufacturing?
The platen is the part of a machine that one half of a mold attaches to. The mold is normally created in two halves. In plastic manufacturing injection molding, each mold half is bolted, clamped, attached to one platen. One platen is normally a fixed or non movable and the movable one slides on Tie Bars that go through the four corners of the platen. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Manufacturing, SR-71 Blackbird
Who is the owner of Lockheed Martin?
Lockheed Martin (LMT) is a publicly-traded corporation with thousands of shareholders. Like most large public corporations, the majority of shares are held by mutual funds. The largest single shareholder (with about 21%) is State Street Global Advisors, for its ETFs. Also ur mom is ...
Asked in Manufacturing
Who makes Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors?
If you go to http://www.cortecvci.com/Publications/Reports/reports.php you will find the following list with all manafacturer I know of This list is however only indicative of people active in selling VCI finished product. There are chemical companies that specifically develop VCI's such as Pentakem in South Africa, Cortec in USA, Daubert, Viba in Italy, C.P.T. in the UK etc. there are many more but you have to be careful of the technology as many companies used ancient dangerous VCI's from the 1940's. Pentakem, C.P.T. & Cortec...
Asked in Manufacturing
Is linen the same as cotton?
No. Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber, which can be used to make other textiles. However, although linen cannot be technically made of cotton, cotton in a linen weave can be loosely referred to as linen. ...
Prior to 1850 what was the main reason the north developed an economy increasingly based on manufacturing while the south continued to rely on an economy based on agriculture?
In the South, the effect of the cotton-gin on the production of short-staple cotton, so profitable that Southerners felt they didn't need to develop any other industries. In the North, technical advance and big immigrations from Europe, encouraging the factory way of life, where slavery was not needed. ...
Is aluminum harder than gold?
Aluminum is slightly harder than gold. In a way yes and in a way NO. It depends on the purity and the age of both metals. Pure gold - 24 carats is far softer than aluminum or aluminium, whereas 9 carat gold which is an alloy of gold and other metals may be harder. You also need to consider what happens to aluminum when it is exposed to the air and over time will deteriorate as it is chemically corroded and ages....
How much does 1 inch thick 96 x 120 inches steel weigh?
in carbon steel it will weigh 3,267.2 lbs. For weight of we have to know:- 1. volume (in cubic centimeter) 2. density so now 1 inch = 2.54 cm 96 inch = 96*2.54=243.84 120 inch = 120*2.54=304.8 so volume=(2.54*243.84*304.8)=188779 cubic cm density = 7.8g/cm3 (varies based on alloying element from 7.8 to 8.05) now mass= density*volume m= 7.8*176980.29=1472476.022 gram= 1472.5 kg=3246.25 lbs (depends on density) ...