It's a "ghost shift" where they essentially produce more product in the actual facility: https://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2006/05/01/8375455/index.htm
Bunnie Huang wrote a good book called "The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making and Breaking Hardware" that goes into what manufacturing in China is like and talks about the culture surrounding things like ghost shifts, "stealing" IP, etc.: https://www.amazon.com/Hardware-Hacker-Adventures-Making-Breaking/dp/159327758X
(I'm the creator of the game, I hope it's ok to post it here, it does seem kind of relevant to this subreddit :) )
You are correct, I linked a different person killed in a similar fashion by the same ride 6 years later.Here is the story of the man who was kicked to death by a passenger. Also six flags kills the hell out of people, I work at a major theme park and the only death we've had was when a guest shot themselves.
Yeah, this is one of those things that osha hates, and the ladder manufacturer hates, but is really fairly safe, as climbing shit goes. I would feel more stable on this than this shit.
This is the one I got from Amazon. Bought it with a package of "fin combs" as well to straighten out and clean between the fins. Sub $20 for a pretty significant improvement.
We have these exact oven mitts at my work. Same color, thread pattern, black lining, etc. Identical. The set of 2 cost $6.99.
These aren't exactly them, but for reference: here's nearly-identical ones on Amazon for $6.
/u/jrock3319 you work for some cheap bastards.
literally 5.99 on amazon
I like these ones, but I was skeptical about them for this exact reason. my factory has had several types of "lift the ear and insert" ear plugs, and none of them have been very good. some were downright terrible. these ones on particular are fucking horrible. I would never recommend these.
We used to have E2 uncorded plugs from magid and those were great. they still are my favorite plug. super comfy and perform well, but these skull screws are great too.
>So in other words, out of five backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place. We ended up restoring a six-hour-old backup.
You can't make this shit up. The incident report is hilarious, even if you don't understand everything (hell if I do).
or dont be a cheapskate and buy these, then tell the foreman they have active sound filtering which is why the blue light is always on....
People use climbing sticks (https://www.amazon.com/Rivers-Edge-RE719-Climbing-Permanent/dp/B00L7YBPXY/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Tree+Stand+Climbing+Sticks&qid=1623275427&sr=8-3) to get into a tree stand for hunting, and it is basically a ladder ratchet strapped to the tree. I would feel comfortable using that
I've been learning of the dangers of aluminum recently. The body uses metals in the body for many things. Iron, magnesium, manganese, etc.
But aluminum is not used by the body for any known biological processes, and it is highly toxic.
There is a documentary on Amazon called Age of Aluminum that needs to be seen by more people.
I mean healthy people who develope Alzheimer's and die in 2-3 years.
BTW aluminum-based compounds are the active ingredients that many people apply to their skin every day.
Edit- spelling and removed erroneous link
They sell lockable polycarbonate covers for switches like these (or any 22mm/30mm switch, really). But you're never more than a panel key away from bypassing them.
Edit: open parentheses, shit grammar, too much alcohol.
If by load you mean watts, yes, that stays the same. But wiring isn't rated by load or watts, it's rated in amps. This is why your circuit breakers list their amp limit, not their watt limit. It depends on the input voltage. A 15 amp breaker is going to trip on a 200w load if the input voltage is 12v. The same 15 amp breaker won't trip on a 3500w load if the input voltage is 240v. The amps are what matter.
You absolutely can put 240 through 16ga, 18ga or above wire if the amps are low enough. Here's 16ga wire rated for 600v. https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Flexible-Stranded-Strands-MILAPEAK/dp/B07CMYVF3J
Here's an amperage rating chart that gives you an idea of how many amps you could pull on 16ga or 18ga wire. It's pretty low, but could be done. Nothing theoretical or safety related would prevent doing this as long as you don't exceed the rated amps. https://www.stayonline.com/product-resources/reference-circuit-ampacity.asp
I see where that can be an issue. Although I did my OSHA 10 I'm not in those situations. The closest confined work was a ladder leading into a large space. I was remarking how weird it was that a hat designed to show when the sun has damaged it isn't in a style that workers that frequent the sun usually consider.
As for shades is the one I use with my Honeywell Super Eight. Recommended by a Navy guy who frequently is outside in CA. I might consider the 3M after I retire this one, though I wonder if the 8pt/4pt difference matters.
We've got one provided by our power company. Not too many frills. Basic programmable 4/day 7 days. The bonus is in conjunction with another box the power co provides for energy monitoring (no wiring, communicates wirelessly with the power meter and connects to Wifi) it adds internet connectivity and will keep tabs on power usage used by just HVAC in addition to the rest of the house. I like it and its provided at no direct cost to me. Looks like it has some additional functionality in the way of tacking on Z-Wave lights and sensors and doing basic if/then tasks including adjusting thermostat settings. But I'll likely never dig that deep into those features.
Powerley's the company behind it: https://www.powerley.com/platform/
AEP Ohio is my provider with their own branded app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.powerley.aepohio
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Sorry my man I’m a nightshirt gremlin and passed out, here is the respirator I got.
Superbly comfy, I don’t even notice it aside from a slightly pressure on the bridge of my nose after a long while. And whatever exhalation valve they have keeps it from getting hot, like, at all. (Keep in mind it is winter, haven’t tested in summer air) the only downside is it builds up a lot of moisture inside after 12 hours of use, but if you can snag a napkin or something and just dab the inside of it at lunch break or something you can solve that issue.
The more important thing is, have you talked to management about getting proper fume ventilation installed? If they don’t want to do it, or start being a dick about it, call up big daddy OSHA and have them bring down the fine hammer on their asses. They will install proper ventilation then
There are a number of ways to do something like this.
If it is easy to run cable, you could install a number of these:
Set them all up on a 12v line that can be energized from any of your alert stations.
Could be as easy as each station has a transformer and to activate the alarm, you turn on the power strip that the transformer is plugged in to. Doesn't mater which station powers the 12v.
Or if cabling is a problem, if there is wireless or ethernet you could so something pretty similar but gets into some actual programming. You could even make it fail-safe. Like if a station didn't get an everything is ok message from each of the activation stations every 15 seconds, it alarms. I've done something like that before for encrypted filesystems to prevent equipment from being removed from the network while still powered for someone trying to get the keys out of memory.
Its legitimately a hard hat shaped like a cowboy hat.
It's still the only real way to do what it does.
The US, Canada, and Mexico all use the same outlets. That is millions of square kilometers across multiple countries full of millions of people all with one system. It even looks like the UK is one of the odd ones out among European countries. I'm sorry we can't pop across the channel to France to check out their outlets just whenever like you can. It either involves a flight to South America or a flight across an ocean and not everyone has that kind of money. I'm accepting donations if anyone wants to fund a trip for me to expand my electrical outlet horizons.
It's not like they're are very prominent in the shows and movies that make it into the US from the outside, and it feels like too trivial of a thing to even occur to someone to look up. What kind of scenario are you imagining where someone would find out?
My business has had a forklift for 25+ years. I would never do this. It is just too easy to get injured. You can buy an approved man basket for under $250 if you need one so badly. Use it, attach it securely and also clip yourself in. It is really easy to be safe.
Found it. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cobra-Anchors-171R-Triplegrip-8-Gray-Screws-Universal-Box/21967849?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=723&adid=22222222227027697302&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=t&wl3=54780783311&wl4=pla-90195638951&wl5=...
Sorry for the Walmart link I get them at Charlie's. Those though, holy fuck fucking hold batman. You'd rip the drywall out before getting that free.
If you want your mind blown, magnets can be used to move things in water via the property of diagmagnetism.
Experiment you can try at home:
I got a pair for work called Anker Soundbuds Slim, I found em on amazon for like $27 and they’re some of the best earbuds I’ve ever worn; and they’re noise isolating so it’s like wearing earplugs that play music. battery life is solid and the sound quality is way better than I expected from a pair of ~$30 earbuds. the noise isolation isn’t amazing but it’s definitely noticeable and I’ve even worn them to block out sound without even having music playing. link for the interested
It's a program that lowers blue light from your monitor at night so you can sleep. I'm not going to try to get too deep into the neurobiology because I'd spend way too long explaining how all the different receptors and transmitters are affected and I'd probably get some of it wrong, but basically blue light prevents your brain from triggering melatonin production. It's a big part of why people have trouble getting tired while on their phone at night.
You intrigued me so I looked it up, this is from Wikipedia
> Did you know: The oil made from the seed is sometimes also called canola or colza, which is one reason why it is sometimes confused with rapeseed oil, but this comes from a different Brassica species (Brassica napus). The oilseeds known as canola are sometimes particular varieties of Brassica rapa (termed Polish Canola) but usually the related species Brassica napus (rapeseed) and Brassica juncea (mustard greens and mizuna).
> Brassica rapa is a plant consisting of various widely cultivated subspecies including the turnip (a root vegetable); napa cabbage, bomdong, bok choy, and cime di rapa (leaf vegetables); and Brassica rapa subsp. oleifera, an oilseed which has many common names, including turnip rape, field mustard, bird rape, and keblock.
I shamelessly stole that from here! You better ask them. But if you ask me, ice cubes in wine are not an option. Heck, even in cocktails they are annoying once they melt.
No, the correct way to do it is to install a manual or automatic transfer switch like this one that will force the generator supply to be isolated from the main supply in all instances.
I bought this one on amazon, but I'm sure there are others out there. It's worked great for us for 6 years or so.
The guy was using the lathe, and he was using a parting tool with a removable handle. The tool caught on the piece, and since it was like 2000 RPM, up up and away! He's lucky it didn't kill someone or himself.
Something like this:
Around 40 cents according to my research.
Sunglasses - Monocle = $0.40
I'm a darn good swimmer and SCUBA dive somewhat regularly in the summers. I always carry my utility blade to the near left of my belt buckle. (mine has the orange handle with a floatee :D)
There are steel band cable ties. Far more strength than plastic ties.
Random amazon, 200lb tensile strength, 100 pack, US$16
You can get your cell phone in to take a photo but not a stubby screw driver or even just a bit?. Total baloney, karma farmer here.
I read through this thread because I'd like to know as well and the answer is no. Latex/nitrile can be surprisingly strong even though it seems to tear easily. I saw this invisible globe product mentioned for keeping your hands clean without gloves though.
I don't now how far off the road on private land you mean but along the public roads if there are bushes or small trees in areas that are not in someones yard we would use a crosscut limb saw to gain access. Something like this.
I have worked on trucks with chainsaws that we've used. If it's in a housing addition in someones yard we might ask the homeowner to do it. " If your house is on fire there might be a delay in putting your fire out" seems to work. We would clear enough for us to be able to gain access to use it. If necessary we could get a fire inspector involved or higher ups.
Heh not really (assuming your talking about 3d printed vices), the one that did not entirely fail I use as a holder for my headset on the side of my desk. (and it's good at that.) You would be better off with any of this kind of trash mini vice over a plastic printed one https://www.amazon.com/MYTEC-Home-Vise-Clamp-On-Vise%EF%BC%8C2-5/dp/B07KSQ5V49/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=mini+vise&qid=1645203307&sr=8-7 I don't own one of those specifically, it's just an example.
The only thing I've had good mechanical results from printing with PLA were oversized sockets for taking off nuts bigger then my tool sets had.
Much better to use trapped key systems, which reduces the chance of these being used as well... https://www.amazon.com/BOOSDEN-Cutters-Cutting-Fencing-Adjusting/dp/B0948SR7DN/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?c=ts&keywords=Bolt+Cutters&qid=1644337186&s=power-hand-tools&sr=1-1-spons&ts_id=553176&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyMEdIWEtPTlpDQ1hNJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwODE4NjE5MlpMSEhPTkJBVTBRQSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwODUxMDUzR0pFQ0tCMktHRkJIJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
In Mexico; this is an active street, cars going by within inches. See if the link works.
DEWALT Angle Grinder Tool, 7-Inch, 13-Amp (DW840) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002SRK6M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_V198THN0WNH42RX1ZM0Y
It’s even worse, it’s $130. I remember getting these for $100 a few years ago. These are ultra budget industrial grinders.
Bend up some wire or whatever to make something like this on the end:
Then push, pull, or tap your lights into perfect position.
Works best if your cans are already pointed in roughly the right direction, so you're just tapping it a little to the left or whatever
Let me tell you a tale, a tale of feet. It's about saving men's soles from an eternity of misery. But fear not good Sir, this tale isn't a horror story, it's one of hope and love and happiness. One that brings joy to the heart and warm to the soles- of your feet.
20 years back I struggled in the wilderness and darkness and ice and mud that is the northern oilfields. Day in and day out I toiled, 16 hours a day, 7 days a week. The boots got colder and wetter and grosser. My boots would not dry over night. Every day was a deeper dive into misery. The dampness seeped through my boots, the cold pierced my bones and my skin became yellow and tender. Blisters appeared, and boils erupted, we whispered "there is a plague upon us." No amount of mid day sock changes or gold bond would help.
Then like a song from heaven, a bearded carpenter said "Take my boot dryer and use it, and you shall find peace."
At first I resisted. "I am a man amongst men, I shall not use this crutch! The forman hath commanded that I shall suffer wet feet in silence like my father before me and his fathers before him. This is the way it has been and shall be!"
But the carpenter held his gaze unflinching and ask "must it be?"
So that night I used the dryer, and the next morning it was as if my boots were brand new, perfectly dry, almost born again. My feet stayed dry and warm, my socks didn't reek. My blisters healed, my boils disappeared, the plague had lifted! Ever since then I have been a believer. It saved my soles from damnation.
Now I wander the oil fields of earth spreading The Word like a white trash Jesus. Accept a boot dryer into your heart and home as an essential part of your work hardware and your soles shall have peace.
Now go forth and produce- grain, or pulp wood or oil or whatever it is you do.
They're supposed to do that, they're trailer stabilizing jacks.. What they're not supposed to do is rest them on cans and that monstrosity under the hitch.
Reading this comment, it occurred to me I didn't even know if Japanese even has the concept of fonts, so I just googled: https://fonts.google.com/?subset=japanese
A couple of those are obviously distinctive, but for the most part, I struggle to see a difference.
It wouldn't surprise me at all if a Japanese-only speaker just printing out English labels wouldn't notice the difference between system default serif and something else.
Get a Grill brick and clean it with that and a little oil from the fryer. Very small amount of oil, just like the bottom of a 9th pan full. That'll take care of your smoke and ventilation problems, and it's a bit faster than the chemicals once you practice.
If you're gonna wait on them to fix equipment, unless it's a freezer, you're gonna wait a loooong time.
> deglove your dick or something
It can happen if you try
This needs to be higher up! Putting an foreign adapter on something like this should be OK. Just remember that what ever is plugged into it needs to be dual voltage!
I bought these for foreign exchange students staying in my rental property
goes from120v us standared to 220 format receptacles -- works fine on electronics with a variable power supply--laptops and such.
I'm using this one: https://www.amazon.com/GE-Integrated-Protection-Mountable-14833/dp/B0080Z7974
It shouldn't have any protection
BESTEK Universal Travel Adapter 220V to 110V Voltage Converter with 6A 4-Port USB Charging and UK/AU/US/EU Worldwide Plug Adapter (White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01E140XWA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Y0ZM6S4XSWDE5AM2EGRR
Have this thing and highly recommend. It does have a fan that you can hear but it’s not terrible. I’ve run a CPAP while charging phones, cameras and a laptop no problem.
Been my favorite for a long time. Funny how much lighter the new one was.
Here's a link Ergodyne GloWear 8293 ANSI Black Bottom High Visibility Lime Hooded Reflective Sweatshirt, Medium https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00G4FR98Q/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_PKBN0C0W93JYDH0ZZQJ5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I have a pair of philips SHP9500's for my guitar amp and they work great, but they're not too convenient for being outdoors. These are lightweight and open ear, so I can hear more subtle sounds against noise.
I've got a pair of proper earpro headphones w/ bluetooth speakers inside them.
shit's fucking CASH.
A worm drive circular saw?
The blade is not mounted directly to the motor shaft. Instead, it is mounted to a separate shaft that is gear-driven by the motor. The gear is called a worm gear or worm drive.
These are popular for two reasons. The saw has higher torque. The blade is on the left side of the saw.
I have an issue in the bath room I only have to use this every 2 years or so it works great must be well ventilated
Use literally any other mobile app if you don't want ads, or just want a better overall experience. I use Relay on Android.
Tried the official app once, and I didn't last five minutes. It's like they're trying to make the worst app possible.
According to Amazon these ties have a break strength of 33 lbs, which means OP would have to call a large poodle to force the door open in the event of a fire.
Someone should also call the fire marshal to alert them the sun is out too.
I also, sometimes, extrude plastic from my machine when I need some time alone.
And what better to use for those times than NordVPN. With NordVPN your ISP will no longer know what you extrude your plastic to and you can have a nice nap afterwards knowing Mr. FBI sir wasn't looking as you kept the pressure gauge high for four hours straight!
NordVPN, just extrute it.
It's just that link. Here's the same filter on Amazon available for everyone. The last time I bought a set was straight from Home Depot, so they're easy to find.
That being said, even here in the Bay Area, I've noticed a run on respirator equipment and filters. I wouldn't be surprised if more restrictions start popping up if the epidemic gets worse.
Xtend & Climb Pro Series 785P+ Telescoping Ladder, Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009T08CNO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_VyoTDb9SBTQX7
I have one at work. They seem a little sketchy at first but we have never had an issue with one and they are really handy
they should be using a shock absorbing fall arrestor, like this link
obviously, not light enough for rock climbing.
Language has no intent. Language is as it is used and nothing else.
The language you use now has been shaped by the same process you’re decrying and would have been wildly “wrong” 200 years ago. It’s a fact that people now use ‘electrocute’ to mean ‘shock’ and no amount of whining by you or any other half-smart know-nothing is going to change that.
Words On The Move
because it's a sticker
Looks like your standard knife block to me.
I got a bunch of these light switch locks for my lights I replaced with Hue bulbs. I also grabbed one of this style because my garbage disposal switch is in a really idiotic place.
Growing up near several chemical plants as a child... when he put his head in there... I actually got a chill, like when you see a bad accident about to happen... My son actually asked me why my face went white. I see a lot of shit on this OSHA Reddit but this one really got me.
For a few good reasons why please read: Cyanide Canary by Joseph Hilldorfer
Never, I mean NEVER, put your head (or any other part of your body) in a tank of any type no matter what size or length of duration in the tank without proper safety equipment.
You show me a problem, I give you a solution
Vanitek 12 oz Aluminum Can Crusher & Bottle Opener | Heavy Duty Metal Wall Mounted Soda Beer Smasher – Eco-Friendly Recycling Tool https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076LDW2DJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_FGDPBbKGMSJCF
wow...that's pretty dangerous, and worse idea, I am impress of it, although that, it's also bad idea, wonder the ppl who made have ever think over of wood burning issue.....kind of fire source happen, even lots of power strip been sale in market also need flame proof of the case.
Curious, why not just get one in store??
You can buy backup alarms cheaply. Wire in series with the battery and a switch on the reverse gear selector. Finding a good place to mount the switch might actually be the hard part.
> Or that warning on the box of q-tips that says "do not stick into ear canal" like Hahaha bitch how else am I supposed to clean my fuckin ears?! Idiots!
Give this a try mate; my friend is a nurse and uses these at work.
I know you already edited to show the video but just wanted to add that I have this exact same switch. I didn't put it on the front of the sink but I can confirm that you have to depress it almost an inch or 2 to turn it on. It's not something that can happen by accident. It's called an air switch and is specifically meant for being safe with garbage disposals. This is the one I have.
For anyone curious, I believe this is a SOG Tactical Tomahawk F01TN-CP
Or at least very similar.
Consumer surge protectors are not resetable, the movs are simply consumed if they can't shunt the surge to ground. Breakers are commonly used as switches and there certainly is no rule or law against doing so. Here is the first result for a power strip on amazon. Although it isn't labeled with the amperage of the breaker, it does have a circuit breaker as the main switch. I think you'll find this is the standard.
Not sure if you're joking or not (or a little bit of both), but if not, wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to just get an outlet switch for each cord instead? Would still be a PITA to get up there to switch them, but at least they all be in one spot instead of having to move a ladder back and forth.
They were these. The nickel plating comes off as soon as you use it and the flat heads break under any real torque. Again, my harbor freight screwdrivers took more abuse.
I have a Fubar3 it's bigger. I like to call the one you linked "son of Fubar"
>since you have to come in at a angle in the first place.
It seems you might be unfamiliar with flex bit placement tools, some variety of which has come with every flex bit I've ever purchased. If you're coming in at an angle when you start drilling with a flex bit, you're doing it wrong.
The light had just turned green, and had to wait for a good angle. But, you're right. My phone is always in the CD holster.
Lancelot is what you use. I do quite a bit of log work and there's nothing better to shape than than this tool.
And yes, it's extremely dangerous...and fun :)
Get one of these devices. It'll tell you how screwed up your outlets are.
Any hardware store has these, no need to order from amazon, or any particular brand.
That's 1200W, only common among extreme douchebags and other trashy people. That said, Scosche recommends 6 gauge (4mm) for 1200W. So, still no.
I explained to you my position and you still deny 48V at .33A would produce a shock that might cause a lawsuit. I was being friendly and informing and your rambling that it dosent matter because "it doesn't give the voltage and frequency". We were assuming PoE which is more than likely 48v and frequency dosent even make sense in the context as its DC.
I would recommend this book if you're interested in learning about Ohm law and current flow so you can make informed observations. However looking through your 1st page comment history briefly I can see you just want to argue and the subject is irreverent. Take care, I've wasted enough of my time.
Just get one of these: Voltage Detector
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$4.15 adaptor @ Amazon.
If you've got one that can lift 5+ tons to a height of 40-some inches and still be portable, I'd love one. A hi-lift ain't gonna cut it. This might do it, but I'm not spending $3500 on a floor jack.