Panasonic Pops Tesla With Gigafactory ‘Safety Stock’

Tesla wants more equipment in the Gigafactory to sustain its Model 3 story. Panasonic wants to avoid getting burned on investments it can’t recover. Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) latest 10-Q reveals it has signed a “Factory Lease” with Panasonic (OTCPK:PCRFY) for space in the Gigafactory. Aluminium Discs, Aluminium Strip, Aluminum Foil, Aluminum Wire – Hongbao,https://www.aluminum-industry.com/

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YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd”> An undated Roosevelt dime struck on a 6-penny nail realized $42,300 in Heritage’s Florida United Numismatists U.S. Coins Signature® Auction in Tampa. The error, graded MS65 PCGS, had a pre-auction estimate of $10,000+. It was purchased by a prominent American collector of many kinds of collectibles across a wide range of categories, according to Heritage. “Significant error coins are among the most sought-after in the hobby,” said Greg Rohan, President of Heritage Auctions, “as evidenced by the spirited bidding among collectors over this coin.” What is known is that the zinc-coated nail found its way into the coinage production line during the minting of Roosevelt dimes and apparently escaped through normal distribution channels. “This is certainly among the most unique and mysterious errors to ever come to auction,” Rohan said. “The truth is, no one really knows how or why it was struck.” This error coin is not the first coin to have such a distinction. A few examples of cents struck on nails were disc...

Off the calendar this year, along with most other activities, is Newtown’s 13th Annual Earth Day

Off the calendar this year, along with most other activities, is Newtown’s 13th Annual Earth Day Festival, prompted by novel coronavirus health concerns. Also interrupted this year is International Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, which will offer a virtual recognition. The 13th annual local event had been scheduled for Saturday, April 25, returning to the front lawn of Newtown Middle School for six hours. Newtown Earth Day Committee member Dan Holmes on Friday, March 20, confirmed that the local celebration is “definitely canceled this year.” As with many abruptly changing plans reacting to day-to-day coronavirus updates, Mr Holmes can only speculate about this year’s potential future Earth Day plans. “I would like to have it later in the year,” he said. “It’s important,” he added, but the full committee will have to make a decision, “when we reconvene.” Committee member Brad Paynter said that given the world-wide pandemic, “I think it’s the right move” to cancel this year’s event. “We read the governor’s order about [social distancing] groups and that took the decision out of our hands.” Newtown Earth Day Festival annually sees hundreds of guests enjoying the many ve...

Showers this evening, becoming a steady rain overnight. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of

Showers this evening, becoming a steady rain overnight. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.. Showers this evening, becoming a steady rain overnight. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch. The Bridge of the Gods is just about ready to start electronic tolling and, while there is still plenty of time to set up a BreezeBy account before the system goes live Jan. 6, Port of Cascade Locks Local Stickers and coupon books will be accepted as discounted tolls and payment until Feb. 3. Ultimately, BreezeBy transponders will replace the stickers and coupon books that have traditionally provided local commuters with discounted tolls. Bridge users that have signed up for BreezeBy will pay $1.25 per crossing of the Bridge of the Gods, and $1 at the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge, versus a $2 cash toll at both bridges, according to a press release from the Port of Cascade Locks. Toll rates depend on vehicle class, with larger class vehicle tolls determined by the number of axles, said the press release. The “BreezeBy” system was first implemented for the Hood River-White Sal...

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Low-Profile, Injection-Molded Hooks Introduced for Medical Applications

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. New low-profile hooks that can be injection molded directly into plastic parts have been added to the Aplix inter-mold portfolio for medical and orthopedic applications. Inter-mold technology is a patented one-step injection-molding process that streamlines and optimizes manufacturing practices by eliminating the material and associated labor costs of attaching hook tapes to plastic. “The newer hooks allow our medical and orthopedic customers to create applications with higher quality and reliability,” said Quresh Sachee, Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing/inter-mold. “Listening closely to our customers inspired Aplix to design lower profile inter-mold hooks.” The inter-mold process is compatible with a range of injection-molded thermoplastics, and a number of resins have been used for medical and other applications including polypropylene, polyethylene, nylon, acetyl and thermoplastic urethanes. Inter-mold technology is easily implemen...

Thermos Foogo Straw Bottle review: a durable water bottle for toddlers

The Thermos Foogo is an 11-ounce straw bottle that’s great for encouraging young children to drink water. Alyson Aladro/INSIDER My kids drink a ton of water. As is typically recommended by pediatricians, I introduced them to water-drinking when they were around 6 months old and never looked back. One way we developed this great habit was by making sure we had kid-friendly, easy-to-use, easy-to-clean water bottles. The Thermos Foogo 11-ounce Straw Bottle, designed for children 18 months and up, checks all those boxes, and we’ve loved it since my oldest child began using it three years ago. This isn’t to say you can’t put other liquids in the Foogo. However, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, it’s not recommended that babies or toddlers have regular access to liquids like fruit juice, which have added sugar and can lead to tooth decay or tummy troubles. Just like good habits, bad habits form early. Encouraging your little one to drink lots of water is the healthiest option — and this bottle is a great way to do just that. In addition to it being BPA-free and top-rack dishwasher safe, the Foogo has three major design advantages: It is cle...

Shares of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) are lower in premarket trading after last night’s Model Y event in Los

Shares of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) are lower in premarket trading after last night’s Model Y event in Los Angeles. On the positive side, the Model Y crossover is aimed at one of the hottest segments in auto. Bank of America Merrill Lynch estimates that 40% of all new model launches in the U.S. market between model years 2019-2020 will be crossovers. However, BAML also notes that the Audi e-tron, BMW iNEXT, and Mercedes-Benz EQ will be direct competitors and in the market before Tesla. “Even with TSLA’s best efforts to meet hot CUV demand with a mass-market oriented Model Y, the company could run into challenges (similar to the Model 3 currently) in driving substantial volume at high-range/price points, while an aggressive push of lower range/price models could result in material profit and cash flow pressures,” reads BAML’s note. 1500lbs Hydraulic Scissor Motorcycle Lift Table BAML wasn’t the only firm slightly underwhelmed by the Model Y event, CFRA Research and Canaccord Genuity have also issued cautionary notes this morning. Looking ahead, the biggest thing missing from the splashy unveiling of the Model Y prototype was details on where exactly the M...

The Portland location of Gorges Beer Co. , the Trailhead taproom, opens today at 2705 SE

The Portland location of Gorges Beer Co. , the Trailhead taproom, opens today at 2705 SE Ankeny St. at 4pm. Gorges is one of our most anticipated brewing projects of 2020, and their PDX location is just phase one of a major project going into Cascade Locks that will include a restaurant, hotel, barrel facility and outdoor venue. Gorges Beer Co. is the project of Tap & Table owner Travis Preece, former Lompoc brewer Bryan Keilty, former Goodlife Brewing sales director Steve Denio, and architect Willis Boyer. The small Portland taproom and brewery is in the space previously occupied by Coalition Brewing. The Gorges Beer team has taken a space that was essentially a 10bbl production brewery and modified it to have a pop-up taproom at the front of the brewery. There is seating for maybe 15 inside around a cozy stylish nook next to brewery tanks and the walk-in cooler. A large elevated booth is built against a tile wall with a custom neon sign as a focal point. The bar is a roll-up counter that is the only element that keeps people from walking straight into the brewery production-area. Outside the glass doors there is an elevated loading dock area that provides a nice covered s...

There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway.

Tell your fellow americans that you plan to cross the United States by train, and their reactions will range from amusement at your spellbinding eccentricity to naked horror that they, through some fatal social miscalculation, have become acquainted with a person who would plan to cross the United States by train. Depending how you slice it — time or money — there are either 61 or 960 immediate reasons not to travel by Amtrak trains from New York City to Los Angeles. Those are the extra hours and dollars, respectively, that you might reasonably expect to forfeit if you forgo a six-hour $129 nonstop flight and opt instead for an Amtrak sleeper car. Covering the interjacent 2,448.8 miles can easily consume some 67 hours for a mind-boggling $1,089. Of course, you might remind your quote-unquote fellows, any form of modern engine-based transport, even Amtrak, is preposterously fast compared with the method that Homo sapiens employed to move ourselves and, more important, our tchotchkes for most of our species’ 300,000-year history, which is walking. Crossing the stretch of land where roughly half the Donner party starved, froze or, in the case of the group’s two Miwok guides, were s...

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