For non-commercial projects, what is the price range for 3D printing services. (ie: something as small as coffee mug, something the size of a mannequin)
Asked by bringseis 5 years ago
I'm looking to buy my step mum a laptop for her birthday, but I have no idea what to get her... I'm looking for something light wieght and portable but still have enough space for games, or shows, or movies she might want to download. Also it has to be able to have a CD/ Game part (see I really don't know about laptops.... and computers) and good keyboard. I don't know what else she would like, but if there are any good laptops on the market right now with those things please tell me... Oh and also I'm kinda on a buget so no more than 500 hundred dollars, and if you do know the price that would help a LOT, thanks ;)
Asked by Squaggadoodle 6 years ago
I have been having a real hard time finding them....and I don't normally have a rough time with Google :-) I am FRUSTRATED and you thought I was actually GoodHart LOL I found a lot of advice out there (simple to use and efficient JDM type programmer......no, JDM's rarely work, use MCU.....try this Starter kit....don't use that starter kit, it is inaccurate.....etc. & etc.).
Asked by Goodhart 8 years ago
This article in MarketWatch written by Chris Pummer mostly matches my opinions. My favorite is #2Here is the text:SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- For one of the nastiest substances on earth, crude oil has an amazing grip on the globe. We all know the stuff's poison, yet we're as dependent on it as our air and water supplies -- which, of course, is what oil is poisoning.Shouldn't we be technologically advanced enough here in the 21st Century to quit siphoning off the pus of the Earth? Regardless whether you believe global warming is threatening the planet's future, you must admit crude is passÃ©. Americans should be celebrating rather than shuddering over the arrival of $4-a-gallon gasoline. We lived on cheap gas too long, failed to innovate and now face the consequences of competing for a finite resource amid fast-expanding global demand.A further price rise as in Europe to $8 a gallon -- or $200 and more to fill a large SUV's tank -- would be a catalyst for economic, political and social change of profound national and global impact. We could face an economic squeeze, but it would be the pain before the gain.The U.S. economy absorbed a tripling in gas prices in the last six years without falling into recession, at least through March. Ravenous demand from China and India could see prices further double in the next few years -- and jumpstart the overdue process of weaning ourselves off fossil fuels.Consider the world of good that would come of pricing crude oil and gasoline at levels that would strain our finances as much as they're straining international relations and the planet's long-term health: 1. RIP for the internal-combustion engineThey may contain computer chips, but the power source for today's cars is little different than that which drove the first Model T 100 years ago. That we're still harnessed to this antiquated technology is testament to Big Oil's influence in Washington and success in squelching advances in fuel efficiency and alternative energy.Given our achievement in getting a giant mainframe's computing power into a handheld device in just a few decades, we should be able to do likewise with these dirty, little rolling power plants that served us well but are overdue for the scrap heap of history.2. Economic stimulusNecessity being the mother of invention, $8 gas would trigger all manner of investment sure to lead to groundbreaking advances. Job creation wouldn't be limited to research labs; it would rapidly spill over into lucrative manufacturing jobs that could help restore America's industrial base and make us a world leader in a critical realm.The most groundbreaking discoveries might still be 25 or more years off, but we won't see massive public and corporate funding of research initiatives until escalating oil costs threaten our national security and global stability -- a time that's fast approaching. 3. Wither the Middle East's cloutThis region that's contributed little to modern civilization exercises inordinate sway over the world because of its one significant contribution -- crude extraction. Aside from ensuring Israel's security, the U.S. would have virtually no strategic or business interest in this volatile, desolate region were it not for oil -- and its radical element wouldn't be able to demonize us as the exploiters of its people.In the near term, breaking our dependence on Middle Eastern oil may well require the acceptance of drilling in the Alaskan wilderness -- with the understanding that costly environmental protections could easily be built into the price of $8 gas. 4. Deflating oil potentatesOn a similar note, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad recently gained a platform on the world stage because of their nations' sudden oil wealth. Without it, they would face the difficult task of building fair and just economies and societies on some other basis.How far would their message resonate -- and how long would they even stay in power -- if they were unable to buy off the temporary allegiance of their people with vast oil revenues? 5. Mass-transit developmentAnyone accustomed to taking mass transit to work knows the joy of a car-free commute. Yet there have been few major additions or improvements to our mass-transit systems in the last 30 years because cheap gas kept us in our cars. Confronted with $8 gas, millions of Americans would board buses, trains, ferries and bicycles and minimize the pollution, congestion and anxiety spawned by rush-hour traffic jams. More convenient routes and scheduling would accomplish that.6. An antidote to sprawlThe recent housing boom sparked further development of antiseptic, strip-mall communities in distant outlying areas. Making 100-mile-plus roundtrip commutes costlier will spur construction of more space-efficient housing closer to city centers, including cluster developments to accommodate the millions of baby boomers who will no longer need their big empty-nest suburban homes.Sure, there's plenty of land left to develop across our fruited plains, but building more housing around city and town centers will enhance the sense of community lacking in cookie-cutter developments slapped up in the hinterlands. 7. Restoration of financial disciplineFar too many Americans live beyond their means and nowhere is that more apparent than with our car payments. Enabled by eager lenders, many middle-income families carry two monthly payments of $400 or more on $20,000-plus vehicles that consume upwards of $15,000 of their annual take-home pay factoring in insurance, maintenance and gas.The sting of forking over $100 per fill-up would force all of us to look hard at how much of our precious income we blow on a transport vehicle that sits idle most of the time, and spur demand for the less-costly and more fuel-efficient small sedans and hatchbacks that Europeans have been driving for decades. 8. Easing global tensionsUnfortunately, we human beings aren't so far evolved that we won't resort to annihilating each other over energy resources. The existence of weapons of mass destruction aside, the present Iraq War could be the first of many sparked by competition for oil supplies.Steep prices will not only chill demand in the U.S., they will more importantly slow China and India's headlong rush to make the same mistakes we did in rapidly industrializing -- like selling $2,500 Tata cars to countless millions of Indians with little concern for the environmental consequences. If we succeed in developing viable energy alternatives, they could be a key export in helping us improve our balance of trade with consumer-goods producers. Additional considerationsWeaning ourselves off crude will hopefully be the crowning achievement that marks the progress of humankind in the 21st Century. With it may come development of oil-free products to replace the chemicals, pharmaceuticals, plastics, fertilizers and pesticides that now consume 16% of the world's crude-oil output and are likely culprits in fast-rising cancer rates.By its very definition, oil is crude. It's time we develop more refined energy sources and that will not happen without a cost-driven shift in demand.
Posted by Keith-Kid 9 years ago
Designing a compactor for an college assignment and im stuggaling to find any catalougues. thanks
Asked by dubpunkdub 7 years ago
I was vaguely interested in wholesale prices for shop products, and managed to find this price-list. The wholesale price is WSP, RSP I guess is the Recommended Sale Price (I think there must be tax in there somewhere), and whatever POV stands for would be the margin. If you think someone's expensive: either they've got an expensive supplier, or you don't know WSP, or they are making the most of you. (But remember, 8-'till-laters work hard to earn a living, they do need some margin) P & H price-list - as a major distributor these prices will be around the "good as one can get" mark. E.g. Haagen-Dazs 100ml £23.99 for 24x = £1 per tub Hovis Soft 800g £1.14 ea Cheesestrings Cheddar 21g £9.24 for 24 = £0.385 ea "What not butter" 1Kg £18.14 for 12, £1.51 ea Or just marvel at what crap you can stock your shop with.... It's only a bit of searching, you could check your prices (different country) by searching specifically differently. (Look for who is delivering stuff) I do remember a local shop which was regarded as a rip-off to the extent some of my friends would steal stuff by way of compensation... not much though, Pot-Noodle here & there... L
Posted by lemonie 8 years ago
Here are some parts I would like to sell on eBay: 2 AMD Athalon 64 X2 Processors 2 1GB DDR2 RAM Chips 1 Intel Mobile Pentium III Processor 1 Cartridge Type Intel Pentium III Processor 12 Various Old Working RAM Could you guys give me a good selling price for one of each item? The last item you can just give me a price for all 12. Thanks! -Shadow Ops P.S. If you are interested in any of these items, PM me and I'll give you a link to eBay, once I've posted it.
Asked by Arbitror 8 years ago
Preferable alot of pieces and new if possible? I have tried ebay but its all used and the box sets are to expensive. Any other sites i can find knex for low prices?
Asked by K-Dawg 8 years ago
Who here has a laser engraver? What make and model is it? How much did it cost? Do you like it. Feel free to not answer questions you prefer not to. I am just trying to group souce a little info that seems difficult to find in forums and blog posts. Thanks in advance.
Posted by roccopeterbilt 6 years ago
My neighbor was selling a standard paintball gun and all of the accessories and a pant pistol. He made me an offer for $40 for just the Pistol and the accessories, i don't know what he'll charge for the gun and the accessories but probably a little more. Should I get just the pistol and use it only or should I buy both if the price is low. What do you think? (Thats not the one in the picture)
Posted by Rockerx 9 years ago
Asked by drifter416 9 years ago
The price of classic altiods around the world you know the mints just post it here. i know in canada the cost 2.99 i think thats overpried
Asked by mman1506 9 years ago
just need rough estimated prices and power output its for a presentation at college. I need to gather a rough estimate of mutiple parts and materials and im struggaling finding prices for them. thanks :)
Asked by dubpunkdub 6 years ago
Can a retailer change the price of a item already in stock? Say a book is 5.99, can a retailer mark up the price of the book while its still on the self? I had someone tell me that it was illegal for a retailer to increase the price of a item already on the self...
Asked by west49rules 8 years ago
Is it just me, or are you not able to see what the price of the items in the Instructables store that are sold out. (Unless it's just because of the "legal review".) Anyways, if it is true, and you cannot see the price, I'd recommend adding that feature if possible. Thanks, Me
Asked by tqwerty 6 years ago
Maybe I am misreading,but; the current Pro membership pricing states the prices as: $3.95/Month billed annually; $8.95/Month billed quarterly; or $69.95/2 Years one time payment. This would work out to $47.40/year; $107.40/year; or $34.98/year respectively. Does this make any sense? Perhaps you ment to price the second option as $8.95/QUARTER rather than per month? This would work out to $35.80/year which would be a whole lot more logical. Thanks for checking (I would like to upgrade but would like to know the correct prices before I do so)
Posted by Jimbuild 3 years ago
'''fireworks'''The market price of main fireworks raw materials is listed by a form, so you are required to open the following URL to view:http://www.fireworkstown.com/NewsDtls.asp?Id=2368
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Asked by jf474387 5 years ago
What is the price of digital multimeter in india (curreny-rupees)it should be range of 200mV-1000V or can any suggest which is the best multimeter....(model numbr & company)
Asked by rachit59 8 years ago
When I bought my Mini, I could not squeeze £20 into the tank. Now a re-fill costs me £28-£30. There is a petition waiting to be signed by at least 100,000 people in an effort to lower fuel prices. It currently has 88,000+ signatures. I've signed and ask you to sign to get this subject debated in parliament and hopefully get fuel prices down, the prices won't come down unless we try, and try hard to get the debate going. Please sign it now at this link. News: since posting this topic, the number of signatures has risen by over a thousand. (Sorry, non-UK members, this is a UK-only petition, but if you know any Brits with a vested interest in fuel prices (ie, all of them), then please pass this on to them.)
Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago
Ok, sorry did not give enough detail. Looking to make a gas price sign, 3 digit display that can be changed when price goes up/down. Looking for the digits to be 2 feet in height. Looking to use 7 - 12" led bars to make up the digit (12 volt). Need something to control the display besides switches. thanks for any help
Asked by kartoon99 8 years ago
Aurora 9 bar kit & PCB prices are reduced! The kit is now $25, and the PCB is now $7.50. Take advantage of the new pricing. For the detailed information about the kit and the PCB please see this post. (https://www.instructables.com/community/Aurora-9-bar-Custom-PCB-for-Sell/) Thanks!
Posted by ledartist 6 years ago
Asked by Montsombre 9 years ago
I'm planning to buy one, =) can someone suggest me a good one?
Asked by N.Khan 6 years ago
Glue, binder, etc.... for develop internal hard strenght
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Asked by Vortetty on Carter's Lasercut Tank - Panzer IV G/H (motorized) 15 days ago
I have a well used car a 1987 ford ranger wich is a 4x4.
Asked by yo man 8 years ago