Bullied Girl’s Plastic Surgery Makeover! Nadia Isle’s Story – Common Room



Nadia Isle, a bullied teen from Georgia, recently got k in free plastic surgery through the Little Baby Face Foundation – and not just for her ears (the original complaint) but also for her nose and chin. Should she have gone through with this? The Common Room is here to take a long hard look at teen “perfection.”

Should Nadia’s parents have turned to plastic surgery to help her get through this bullying? Should the Little Baby Face Foundation be doing purely cosmetic surgery for things like ears and noses? Or does suffering through some childhood taunting and teasing build character and make us strong? Let us know what you think about Nadia’s situation in the comments below!

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Small scale plastic manufacturing



Small scale plastic manufacturing – Model RP-120
Polystar(Taiwan) – Original manufacturer of Small scale plastic manufacturing
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1. Small scale plastic manufacturing for recycling PE clean waste
2. Small scale plastic manufacturing with 50 kg/hr output
3. Air cooling Small scale plastic manufacturing requires no water consumption and takes up very little space.

Polystar’s Small scale plastic manufacturing with capacity from 50~900 kg/hr. This Small scale plastic manufacturing reaches 50kg/hr with its compact design and air cooling system.

This compact, air-cooling Small scale plastic manufacturing is specially designed for blown film and cast film producers. Small scale plastic manufacturing can effectively recycle PE film scraps, start-up or film-on-roll, edge-trim waste, T-shirt bag cut-offs. The Small scale plastic manufacturing has an average output of 40~50kg per hour, 800~1000kg per day. Through Nip roll feeder, Small scale plastic manufacturing can process multiple film rolls simultaneously. T-shirt bag cut-offs from bag making process can also be thrown directly into the machine without pre-crushing. 103062

The air cooling system of Small scale plastic manufacturing has similar design with Macchi recotrim. Small scale plastic manufacturing eliminates water consumption and takes up little space. This Small scale plastic manufacturing is highly recommended for packaging film producers. The compact Small scale plastic manufacturing is ideal for producers with limited factory space. Small scale plastic manufacturing is user-friendly, and does not require any installation.

Hot die face pelletizer of Small scale plastic manufacturing produces high quality reusable pellets, 100% dry enough to be put directly back into production.

Polystar has sold Small scale plastic manufacturing to over 85 countries around the world for over 25 years.

Small scale plastic manufacturing – Model RP-120
Polystar(Taiwan) – Original manufacturer of Small scale plastic manufacturing
Send your inquiry for Small scale plastic manufacturing to: sales@polystarco.com
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Resin Identification Codes – FOOD STORAGE



Choosing Food Storage Containers:
1) Go with containers that are labeled or designated FOOD SAFE or FOR FOOD – These are the only ones whose chemical makeup has been reviewed/tested by the FDA.
2) Go with containers that were already storing food. (companies have a legal liability if they package food products in non-FDA approved containers – regardless if the containers are identified).
3) When in doubt if your forced to go blind – pick from; (HDPE, or plastic #2), low-density polyethylene (LDPE, or plastic #4) and polypropylene (PP, or plastic #5).
4) stay away from #7 polycarbonate that has a lot of BPA and more and more bad press is coming out about it.

Clarifications:
1) They’re finding new evidence of harmful effects across the board in all the designations… blahhh
2) I was trying to articulate that in any given Code Classification, you can have many many variants of the plastic.
So think of cheese, You can have a Gouda, but then you can have a whole bunch of different types of Gouda that taste quite different.

FDA:

http://www.fda.gov/food/foodingredientspackaging/foodcontactsubstancesfcs/ucm093435.htm

One of the better articles discussing the subject:

http://www.thegoodhuman.com/2008/08/10/earthtalk-on-leaching-plastics-for-food-storage/

Resin ID Charts:

http://lifewithoutplastic.com/en/about-plastic/plastic-types.html

goggle this for the PDF “american chemistry council 4645″

BAD BPA!!

http://www.foodrenegade.com/fda-admits-bpa-dangers-but-cant-regulate-it/

http://www.bisphenol-a.org/human/polyplastics.html

Pöppelmann – Two Component Injection Moulding – Sophisticated multi-functional parts.



http://www.poeppelmann.com/en/k-tech/competences/serial-production/two-component-injection-moulding/ – Whether hard or soft, multicoloured or non-adhesive: Pöppelmann uses two-component injection moulding to join various types of plastic, including plastics with contrasting properties, and to create complex multi-functional parts. Thus, Pöppelmann dominates the entire process chain: from component development and Rapid Prototyping, through in-house mould making, to efficient serial production.

The advantages of two-component injection moulding at a glance:

+ Multi-functional. Different material combinations are possible
+ Reliable. Fully automated manufacturing process with integrated testing station.
+ Economical. One manufacturing process, additional assembly steps become obsolete.
+ Permanent. Solidly joined materials.
+ Challenging. Suitable also for highly demanding components.

Plastics. Our profession.
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http://www.poeppelmann.com

3D Printing Metal Plastic and More


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3d printers have been around for decades but have only gotten media attention in recent years. That being said, every day new creations are being made with the use of a 3d printer. It might sound crazy but in the future it won’t be uncommon to go to a friends house and see a 3d corner in the room next to the computer. I am already making money from 3d printing and I urge anyone who is willing to put in some effort to try and do the same. If more people get involved in this industry, even more money will be made and the world just might become a better place.

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