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Tentang PENS | Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya

Awal sejarah PENS dimulai pada tahun 1985. Saat itu, tim studi awal Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) untuk bantuan dan kerjasama teknik yang dikepalai oleh Prof. Y. Naito dari Tokyo Institute of Technology, datang ke politeknik ini. Setelah melakukan pengamatan dan studi kelayakan di tahun 1986, JICA menyetujui untuk memulai kerjasama teknik di tahun 1987 dengan mengirim 5 orang pengajar Indonesia ke perguruan tinggi teknologi di Jepang.

Politeknik Elektronika & Telekomunikasi (PET) 1988 – 1992
Pada tanggal 15 Maret 1988, Pemerintah Jepang, melalui JICA secara resmi memberikan gedung kampus kepada pemerintah Indonesia lengkap dengan berbagai peralatan pendidikan. Selanjutnya pada tanggal 2 Juni 1988 Politeknik ini diresmikan dengan nama “Politeknik Elektronika & Telekomunikasi (PET)” dan sejak saat itulah tahun ajaran dimulai. Kerjasama dengan JICA pun berlanjut dengan banyaknya pengajar politeknik yang dikirim ke berbagai perguruan tinggi teknologi di Jepang dan sebaliknya, pengiriman beberapa ahli dari Jepang ke politeknik ini.

Politeknik Elektronik Surabaya (PES) 1992 – 1996
Pada bulan Juni 1991, Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan menata ulang keberadaan seluruh Politeknik, Institut dan sebagian Universitas di Indonesia. Pada saat itu politeknik ini pun berubah nama menjadi “Politeknik Elektronika Surabaya (PES)” yang merupakan bagian dari Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya (ITS).

Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya (PENS) 1996 hingga sekarang
Pada tahun 1996, nama politeknik ini kembali diubah oleh Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan menjadi “Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya (PENS)”. Nama itulah yang kemudian tetap bertahan hingga kini.

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Menjadi pusat unggulan pendidikan teknologi rekayasa di bidang emerging technology dalam skala nasional maupun internasional.

Misi

  • Menyelenggarakan pendidikan dengan menyediakan lingkungan dan suasana akademik yang berkualitas untuk menghasilkan lulusan yang profesional, berpikiran terbuka, kreatif dan berjiwa pemimpin, yang siap bersaing di era global.
  • Sebagai sumber daya politeknik nasional, berperan aktif dalam pengembangan dan peningkatan sistem pendidikan politeknik di Indonesia.
  • Melaksanakan penelitian yang berorientasi penemuan, pengembangan, kombinasi, atau integrasi dari beberapa teknologi yang sudah ada sebelumnya, menjadi teknologi baru yang membawa kemaslahatan masyarakat.
  • Membangun dan mengimplementasikan nilai-nilai etika moral akademis dan sosial masyarakat.

Are Weed Vape Pens Safe?

In early 2014, I got my first weed-oil vape pen. It was elegant and silver, with a rechargeable battery that screwed into a transparent cartridge filled with amber-colored marijuana concentrate. I had never liked the feeling of vaporizing actual pot – it wasn’t strong enough, and usually just left me lightheaded – but an oil cartridge attached to an electronic cigarette was different. Each hit got me just as stoned as a puff off a joint, with none of the smoke. It was like a revelation.

I had tried marijuana concentrates before – a year before I got the pen, I “dabbed” some hash oil and got so messed up that I had to flake on plans with a new boyfriend, thus essentially ending the relationship – but this was different. It was just so darn convenient, and so discreet. Unlike pipes or blunts, a weed vape pen creates virtually no smell. Suddenly, I could sneak a few hits in the bathroom during a concert or comedy show, or quietly get high in the back of a bar while the rest of my friends downed shots. I started carrying the thing with me everywhere I went. Vape pens felt like the future.

At the same time, I felt suspicious about the stuff I was inhaling. What was in it? How was it made? It was almost impossible to find a working phone number or email address for any of the nascent companies making cannabis oil in California, so I went to weed festivals like Chalice and High Times cups to try to talk to the people who made and sold this stuff for a living. While stoners waited in line for free dabs, I would make my way to the back of a booth and try to figure out who was in charge. In this way, I initially spoke with over a dozen people who made cannabis oil for a living.

I learned that the majority of the vape pens on the market contained a type of concentrate known as butane hash oil (BHO), though stores were selling it under a variety of names. It had all been made in roughly the same way, though –by stuffing the pot that was too moldy or ugly or weak to sell into steel tubes or PVC pipe, fastening a filter to one end, and then releasing cans of lighter fluid to flow through the pipe, over the plant matter, in order to squeeze out every last drop of mind-altering THC. Some people had already started using advanced extraction equipment to make hash oil, but most self-styled “extract artists” were just doing this in their basements or backyards – a dangerous endeavor that’s led to hundreds of fires and explosions across the country in recent years. 

What dripped out at the end was a slab of bubbling oil that looked a lot like snot, which was then “purified” to some extent, perhaps by putting it into a vacuum oven, soaking it in ethanol, or – in more amateur cases – by throwing it in the freezer or over boiling water. Since all of this was (and for the most part still is) unregulated, the resulting product varies in consistency and appearance, depending on who made it and how. Pot shops and drug dealers started marketing butane hash oil based on its texture, as though each form was a different product. Soft, fudge-like hash oil was called “budder.” Brittle, glass-like stuff was deemed “shatter.” Golden powder-y clumps were called “crumble.” Pretty much anything thick and yellow was known as “wax.”

When I started talking to scientists about what was actually in the concentrated marijuana that I was vaping, I quickly became alarmed. So many of the sick people and stoners I knew who used vape pens were convinced that vaping was safer than smoking. It felt easier on the lungs, at least, and seemed somehow less dangerous. But according to the handful of chemists who were familiar with the product, there were several reasons to be concerned.

“The market is flooded with substandard products that have questionable safety,” says Jahan Marcu, the Chief Scientific Officer at patient advocacy group Americans for Safe Access, and has a PhD in molecular pharmacology. “These companies are doing their safety testing on the public and their loved ones.” 

That being said, we have no idea how bad or how serious any of these health threats might be. Because cannabis is still federally illegal, and the only legal research that can happen with the plant must use low-quality pot from the University of Mississippi, there has been almost no solid research and no clinical trials about electronically vaping marijuana oil. All of the health data we have regarding the potentially dangerous byproducts of vaping relate to eating these chemicals or being exposed to them in a factory-like setting – not to heating them up with an electrical coil and taking them directly to the face. It’s possible that vaping known carcinogens is totally fine! But the contents of vape cartridges are barely monitored in most states, and what we do know is pretty concerning.

So now, the really scary stuff. First off, when vape pens first became popular, there was some concern around inhaling butane leftover after the extraction process. For cannabis oil companies, this was one of the easiest problems to fix: most residual butane can be removed in a vacuum oven, and a lot of legal states now limit the parts per million of butane that can remain in cannabis oil. Additionally, in the past few years, several vape companies shifted to using supercritical extraction machines that use CO2, instead of butane. This eliminated the second potential safety issue: the chemicals that get put into lighter fluid to help it flow through pumps. About one percent of lighter fluid is not actually butane, and some of those chemicals – including neopentane and hexane – are known to be harmful to human beings in certain concentrations.

Next, some scientists told me they were worried about cannabis oil containing concentrated cuticle waxes – the shiny layer of lipids on the outside of most plants. Smoking burns these away, but vaporizing does not, so experts like Steep Hill Lab’s Kymron deCesare have told me they worry about these waxes collecting in your lungs and forming granulomas that could later cause health problems. At this point, there’s only anecdotal evidence about what these lung problems might look like, and how bad the consequences could be, but a lot of cannabis extraction companies now remove the cuticle waxes from their oil in a process called winterization. Oil that has been winterized is less viscous than oil that still contains waxes.

But guess what? You can’t just look for vape pens with thinner oil, because if it’s not very viscous, there’s a good chance it’s been cut with some kind of additive or synthetic flavoring. Marcu wrote in 2015 about the potential dangers of proplyene glycol and polyethelyne glycol — two chemicals that get put into both nicotine and hash oil vape pens. A study from 2010 showed inhaling propylene glycol can exacerbate asthma and allergies, and multiple studies have shown that proplyene glycol and polyethelyne glycol break down into the carcinogens formaldehyde and acetaldehyde — especially when vaped at high temperatures.

In fact, the strength and heat of your vape pen battery seems to matter a great deal. A recent study from chemists at Portland State University found that the hotter that hash oil gets, the more carcinogens will be released.

Then there’s the question of what else was on that weed to begin with. The chemicals that farmers use on pot to eliminate mites and mold and mildew, and those that make their buds denser, are basically invisible but are known to kill brain cells and cause cancer. These pesticides and plant-growth regulators are on pretty much everything you’re smoking, but scientists suggest they are most harmful in higher concentrations – meaning pesticides on your pot are not as bad for you as pesticides in your concentrated cannabis oil. Again, California’s vape pens will not be fully “clean” for at least another year, and black market vape pens will never, ever be lab tested. Even in Oregon, which has the strictest set of pesticide regulations in the nation, a recent investigation showed that unclean products are slipping through the cracks and making it to dispensary shelves. It’s just impossible to test every single individual product before it gets to consumers.

I first published details about the safety issues with hash oil over two years ago, and I still get asked by strangers whether I myself use the stuff. The truth is I do – I have a vape pen in my purse right now. For a while, I tried to be vigilant about finding pesticide-free cannabis oil. Since I personally know a lot of farmers and vape pen manufacturers, this didn’t feel like it was going to be hard. All I had to do was find people that I trusted, who assured me there were no harmful chemicals in their products, and I would be set. Except that then an employee would leave a company I trusted – a company I had endorsed as safe to family and friends – and admit that after their former employer nearly lost tens of thousands of dollars worth of cannabis to mites or some other pest or problem, the supposedly “organic” company had coated rooms or greenhouses full of pot with nasty chemicals. This exact conversation has happened to me multiple times.

So guess what? Your vaping safety is a total crapshoot. You don’t know what’s in the oil you’re vaping, and you don’t know how it’s going to affect your health. But at this point, I’m of the opinion that if vaping works for you, then fuck it. Go ahead and vape. Certainly I am – and considering all that I know about what goes into the pens I see on the shelves at my local dispensary, that’s a little nuts. 

Then again, maybe this is all temporary. In a few years, we might have full legalization, input from federal agencies like the FDA and the EPA, and fully functioning regulatory systems that ensure safe vaping for all. Here’s hoping. 

See how everyone from Melissa Etheridge to the Marley family is getting in on the THC craze. Watch here.

Draw and write with ink in Office

Please start by choosing your version of Office:


If your device is touch-enabled, the Draw tab is turned on automatically. Otherwise, turn it on by selecting File > Options > Customize Ribbon > Draw.

Write, draw, or highlight text


The new pen set is customizable and portable. You define the pens you want to have, and they are then available in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

  1. On the Draw tab of the Ribbon, tap a pen to select it.

    In Word, you must be in Print layout to draw with ink. If the Draw tab is grayed out so that you can’t select a pen, go the View tab and select Print Layout.

    In Outlook, first tap the body of the message and insert a drawing canvas ; then you can select a pen to draw with.


  2. Tap again to open the menu of Thickness and Color options for the pen. Select your preferred size and color.

    • There are five pen thickness settings ranging from .25 mm to 3.5 mm. Select a thickness or use the plus or minus sign to make your pen thicker or thinner.

    • Sixteen solid colors are available on the menu, with more available when you tap More Colors.

    • Eight effects are also available: Rainbow, Galaxy, Lava, Ocean, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

  3. A Pencil texture is also available:

    When you draw with the Pencil texture while using a supported digital stylus, you can tilt the stylus to get a “shading” effect, just like you would get with a real pencil.

  4. On the touch screen, begin writing or drawing.

    Once you have drawn an ink shape, it behaves like any shape that you are used to working with in Office. You can select the shape, then you can move or copy it, change its color, pivot its position, and so on.

  5. To stop inking and select your annotations, either to modify or move them, select Draw or Draw with Touch on the Draw tab.

Convert ink to text or shapes



Word or Excel: See Convert ink to shapes in Office


PowerPoint: See Convert ink to text or shapes in PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.


More features



Select a heading below to open it and see the detailed instructions.



Erase ink

  1. Under Draw > Tools, tap the Eraser.

    (In PowerPoint for Microsoft 365, you can choose from different sizes of erasers. Word has three eraser options. Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.)

  2. With your pen or finger, drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

    With the Segment Eraser in PowerPoint, you can simply tap a segment of ink or drag across it to remove it (rather than having to thoroughly wipe away the entire segment). Dragging across segments is an easy way to erase several at once.

Some active pens, such as the Surface pen, have an eraser that you can also use to erase digital ink.


Select parts of an ink drawing or written words

All apps include a Draw tool on the Draw tab of the Ribbon for switching between inking mode and selection mode.

There is also an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, or for specifically for selecting objects drawn with ink. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects and you only want to select an ink object.


Applies only to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel:

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink, use the Lasso Select tool. (This tool can’t select non-ink objects—that is, shapes, pictures, etc.)

  1. Under Draw > Tools on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select or .

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to draw a circle around the part of the drawing or word that you want to select. A faded, dashed selection region appears around it, and when you’re done, the portion you lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, change its color, and so on.

In both Excel and PowerPoint, with a digital pen, you can select an area without even tapping the selection tool on the ribbon. Use the supported digital pen button to Lasso Select ink without visiting the ribbon. Then you can use the pen to move, resize, or rotate the ink object.


Turn off automatic inking in a desktop app

  1. On the File menu, select Options, and then select Advanced.

  2. In the Pen section, select the box next to Use pen to select and interact with content by default.

This setting only applies to the app in which you make it, so, for example, you can have automatic inking turned on in Visio and turned off in Word.


Other digital ink features



If your device is touch-enabled, the Draw tab is turned on automatically. Otherwise, turn it on by selecting File > Options > Customize Ribbon > Draw.

Write, draw, or highlight text


The new pen set is customizable and portable. You define the pens you want to have, and they are then available in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

  1. On the Draw tab of the Ribbon, tap a pen to select it.

    In Word, you must be in Print layout to draw with ink. If the Draw tab is grayed out so that you can’t select a pen, go the View tab and select Print Layout.

  2. Tap again to open the menu of Thickness and Color options for the pen. Select your preferred size and color.

    • There are five pen thickness settings ranging from .25 mm to 3.5 mm. Select a thickness or use the plus or minus sign to make your pen thicker or thinner.

    • Sixteen solid colors are available on the menu, with more available when you tap More Colors.

  3. A Pencil texture is also available:

    When you draw with the Pencil texture while using a supported digital stylus, you can tilt the stylus to get a “shading” effect, just like you would get with a real pencil.

  4. On the touch screen, begin writing or drawing.

    Once you have drawn an ink shape, it behaves like any shape that you are used to working with in Office. You can select the shape, then you can move or copy it, change its color, pivot its position, and so on.

  5. To stop inking and select your annotations, either to modify or move them, pick Select on the Draw tab.

Convert ink to text or shapes


See Convert ink to text or shapes in PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.


More features



Select a heading below to open it and see the detailed instructions.



Erase ink

  1. Under Draw > Tools, tap the Eraser.

    (In PowerPoint for Microsoft 365, you can choose from four erasers. Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.)

  2. With your pen or finger, drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

    With the Segment Eraser in PowerPoint, you can simply tap a segment of ink or drag across it to remove it (rather than having to thoroughly wipe away the entire segment). Dragging across segments is an easy way to erase several at once.

Some active pens, such as the Surface pen, have an eraser that you can also use to erase digital ink.


Select parts of an ink drawing or written words

When you’ve been drawing with ink, you can use Stop Inking on the Draw tab to change the mouse pointer back to a standard selection tool . The selection tool can select digital ink drawings and any other kind of objects.


PowerPoint and Excel also have an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, specifically for selecting objects drawn with ink. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects and you only want to select an ink object.


Applies only to PowerPoint and Excel:

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink, use the Lasso Select tool. (This tool can’t select non-ink objects—that is, shapes, pictures, etc.)

  1. Under Draw > Tools on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select .

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to draw a circle around the part of the drawing or word that you want to select. A faded, dashed selection region appears around it, and when you’re done, the portion you lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, change its color, and so on.

In both Excel and PowerPoint, with a digital pen, you can select an area without even tapping the selection tool on the ribbon. Use the supported digital pen button to Lasso Select ink without visiting the ribbon. Then you can use the pen to move, resize, or rotate the ink object.


Turn off automatic inking in a desktop app

  1. Select File > Options > Advanced.

  2. In the Pen section, select the box next to Use pen to select and interact with content by default.

This setting only applies to the app in which you make it. So, for example, you can have automatic inking turned on in Visio and turned off in Word.


Other digital ink features


Find the drawing tools


Go to the Review tab and select Start Inking to display the Ink Tools and Pens tab.


Write or draw


  1. Under Ink Tools >Pens choose Pen.

  2. To change the ink color and stroke width, point to the color and width (0. 35mm – 0.5mm) you want.

  3. On the touch screen, begin writing or drawing.

Highlight text


  1. Under Ink Tools, on the Pens tab, click Highlighter, and then pick a highlight color.

  2. Point and drag your pen or finger over the text that you want to highlight.

    You can highlight text in Excel, Word, and Outlook, but PowerPoint doesn’t support highlighting text.

Delete whole written words or ink drawings


  1. Under Ink Tools, on the Pens tab, click the arrow below Eraser, and then pick an eraser size.

  2. With your pen or finger, select the word or ink drawing that you want to erase.

Drawing in OneNote


If you’re using OneNote and want to draw, see these other articles:


OneNote for Windows 10: Write notes and draw in OneNote 


OneNote: Draw and sketch notes on a page


Extra features in PowerPoint



Select parts of an ink drawing or written words (PowerPoint only)


To select part of a drawing or some written words, use the Lasso tool. (You cannot use the Lasso tool to select non-ink objects (shapes, pictures, etc.).

  1. Under Ink Tools, on the Pens tab, click Lasso Select.

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to draw a circle around the part of the drawing or word that you want to select. A faded, dashed selection region appears around it, and when you’re done, the portion you lassoed will be selected.

Delete parts of an ink drawing or parts of written words (PowerPoint only)


  1. Under Ink Tools, on the Pens tab, click the arrow below Eraser, and then pick an eraser size.

  2. With your pen or finger, select parts of the ink drawing or text that you want to erase.

Convert ink drawings to shapes (PowerPoint only)


You can convert ink drawings on a touch screen into common shapes.

  1. Under Ink Tools > Pens, select Convert to Shapes.

  2. With a pen or your finger, draw a shape on the slide, and PowerPoint automatically converts your drawing to the shape that looks most like it.

    To stop converting shapes, click Convert to Shapes again.

Which shapes can PowerPoint convert?


When you create an ink drawing, PowerPoint can convert it to the shape that is most like it.




















Ink drawing


Corresponding shape

Rectangle

Rectangle

Square

Rectangle with all sides equal

Diamond

Diamond

Parallelogram

Parallelogram

Trapezoid

Trapezoid

Irregular quadrilateral

Closed freeform shape with four sides

Regular pentagon

Pentagon with all sides equal

Regular hexagon

Hexagon with all sides equal

Ellipse

Ellipse

Circle

Ellipse with shape height and width equal

Single-headed arrow

Arrow

Double-headed arrow

Double arrow

Arrows connecting two shapes

Arrow connectors

Right triangle

Triangle with right angle

Equilateral triangle

Triangle with all sides equal

Isosceles triangle

Triangle with two equal sides

Irregular triangle

Closed freeform with three sides.

For more information about using Office with Windows touch devices, see the following:

Write, draw, or highlight text




On the Mac, these features are only available in Microsoft 365 and Office 2019 for Mac.

  1. On the Draw tab of the Ribbon, tap a pen to select it.

  2. Tap again to open the menu of Thickness and Color options for the pen. Select your preferred size and color.

    • There are five pen thickness settings ranging from .25 mm to 3.5 mm. Select a thickness to make your pen thicker or thinner.

    • Sixteen solid colors are available on the menu, with more available when you tap More Colors.

    • Eight effects are also available: Rainbow, Galaxy, Lava, Ocean, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

  3. A Pencil texture is also available:

    When you draw with the Pencil texture while using a supported digital stylus, you can tilt the stylus to get a “shading” effect, just like you would get with a real pencil.

  4. Once you have drawn an ink shape, it behaves like any shape that you are used to working with in Office. You can select the shape, then you can move or copy it, change its color, pivot its position, and so on.

  5. To stop inking and select your annotations, either to modify or move them, undo the selection of the Draw button on the Draw tab.

Touch drawing with a trackpad


Rather than drawing ink with your mouse, you can draw on a trackpad with your finger. See Use your trackpad for “touch” drawing for more information.


Erase ink


  1. Under Draw > Tools, tap the Eraser

    (In PowerPoint for Microsoft 365 for Mac, you can choose from different sizes of erasers. Word has three eraser options (version 16.28 or newer). Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.)

  2. With your mouse, pen, or finger, drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

Additional procedures


Select a heading below to open it and see the detailed instructions.



Select parts of an ink drawing or written words


PowerPoint and Excel also have an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, specifically for selecting objects drawn with ink. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects and you only want to select an ink object.


Applies only to PowerPoint and Excel:

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink, use the Lasso Select tool. (This tool can’t select non-ink objects—that is, shapes, pictures, etc.)

  1. Under Draw > Tools on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select .

  2. With your mouse, pen, or finger, drag to draw a circle around the part of the drawing or word that you want to select. A faded, dashed selection region appears around it, and when you’re done, the portion you lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, change its color, and so on.


Turn on automatic inking

  1. On the PowerPoint, Word, or Excel menu, select Preferences > Authoring and Proofing Tools > General.

  2. In the Pen section, clear the box next to Use pen to select and interact with content by default.

This setting only applies to the current app. So, for example, you can have automatic inking turned on in Excel and turned off in Word.

Basic inking tools



Word for iOS, Excel for iOS, and PowerPoint for iOS all come with basic inking options on the Draw tab: a selection tool, a draw-with-touch tool, a stroke eraser, pens, multiple ink colors, and ink thickness options:


If you’re working in OneNote on your iPad, see Handwrite, draw, and sketch.


Draw or write


By default, Draw with Mouse or Touch (or “Inking mode”) is turned on when you are using a mobile device. Just tap the Draw tab, select a pen , and you can begin drawing ink on a slide.

To change the settings on a pen:

  1. Tap again to open the menu of thickness and color options for the pen. Select your preferred size and color:

    • There are five pen thickness settings ranging from .25 mm to 3.5 mm. Select a thickness or use the plus or minus sign to make your pen thicker or thinner.

    • Sixteen solid colors are available on the menu, with more available when you tap More Ink Colors.

    • (For Microsoft 365 subscribers only) Eight effects are also available: Rainbow, Galaxy, Lava, Ocean, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

    A Pencil texture is now available:

    The Apple Pencil is sensitive to pressure, which allows you to vary line thickness. It’s also sensitive to tilt, which allows you to create shading, as you can with a tilted lead pencil.

  2. On the touch screen, begin writing or drawing.

    Once you have drawn an ink shape, it behaves like any shape that you are used to working with in Office. You can select the shape, then you can move or copy it, change its color, pivot its position, and so on.

  3. To stop inking and select your annotations, either to modify or move them, turn off Draw with Touch on the Draw tab. Turning off this feature also keeps you from making accidental ink marks when your hand touches the screen.

Watch a video overview of the inking features in iPhone and iPad:

2:47


Select


On an iOS device, Inking mode is turned on when you have selected a pen or highlighter on the Draw tab. Otherwise, you are in Select mode, and you can tap to select an object.

(If you’re using an Apple Pencil on an iPad Pro device, you can make Select mode the default by going to app settings.)


PowerPoint and Excel have an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, specifically for selecting objects drawn with ink. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects on a slide and you only want to select an ink object.

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink in PowerPoint or Excel, use the Lasso Select tool:

  1. On the Draw tab on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select .

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to encircle the ink that you want to select.

    A faded, dashed selection region appears as you drag, and when you’re done, the portion you’ve lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, copy it, delete it, and so on.

Erase


  1. On the Draw tab, tap the Eraser


    Word has three erasers to choose from—a stroke eraser, a small eraser, or a medium eraser. Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.


    PowerPoint has those three erasers plus one more: With the Segment Eraser, you can simply tap a segment of ink or drag across it to remove it (rather than having to thoroughly wipe away the entire segment). Dragging across segments is an easy way to erase several at once.

  2. Drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

Switch tools with the new Apple Pencil


Office for iOS supports the 2nd-generation Apple Pencil and its double-tap gesture. By default, the double-tap gesture switches from the current tool to the eraser, but the System settings on your device allow you to choose a different behavior for this gesture. This feature is available to Microsoft 365 subscribers in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on iPad version 2.22.19020201 and later.


Turn off automatic inking


  1. Open the Settings app from the home screen of your iOS device.

  2. Scroll through the list of apps at the bottom of the Settings page to find your Office app, and tap to open its Settings.

  3. In the app settings on the right side, at the bottom under Draw and Annotate, toggle Apple Pencil Always Draws Ink.

For more information, see Turn off automatic inking on iOS.


Convert ink drawings to standard shapes in PowerPoint


In PowerPoint, you can convert ink drawings on a touch screen into common shapes:

  1. Ensure that Draw with Mouse or Touch is turned on.

  2. Tap Ink to Shapes

  3. With a pen or your finger, draw a shape on the slide. When you finish drawing, PowerPoint automatically converts your drawing to the shape that looks most like it.

    To stop converting shapes, tap Ink to Shapes again.

Basic inking tools



Word for Android, Excel for Android, and PowerPoint for Android all come with basic inking options on the Draw tab: a selection tool, a draw-with-touch tool, a stroke eraser, pens, ink colors and a color wheel, and ink thickness options:

Draw or write


By default, Draw with Mouse or Touch (or “Inking mode”) is turned on when you are using a mobile device. Just tap the Draw tab, select a pen , and you can begin drawing ink on a slide.


Select


On an Android device, Inking mode is turned on when you have selected a pen or highlighter on the Draw tab. Otherwise, you are in Select mode, and you can tap to select an object.


PowerPoint and Excel have an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, specifically for selecting ink drawings. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects and you only want to select an ink object.

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink in PowerPoint or Excel, use the Lasso Select tool.

  1. On the Draw tab on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select .

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to encircle the ink that you want to select.

    A faded, dashed selection region appears as you drag, and when you’re done, the portion you’ve lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, copy it, delete it, and so on.

Erase


  1. On the Draw tab, tap the Eraser.

    (In PowerPoint, you can choose from three erasers—a stroke eraser, or a small or medium eraser. Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.)

  2. Drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

Some active pens, such as the Surface pen, have an eraser that you can also use to erase digital ink without having to select an eraser from the Ribbon.


Convert ink drawings to standard shapes in PowerPoint


In PowerPoint, you can convert ink drawings on a touch screen into common shapes:

  1. Ensure that Draw with Mouse or Touch is turned on.

  2. Tap Ink to Shapes

  3. With a pen or your finger, draw a shape on the slide. When you finish drawing, PowerPoint automatically converts your drawing to the shape that looks most like it.

    To stop converting shapes, tap Ink to Shapes again.

Annotate with ink while showing a presentation


In PowerPoint, you can add ink markings to a slide while you are presenting:

Basic inking tools



Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile all come with basic inking options on the Draw tab: a selection tool, a draw-with-touch tool, a stroke eraser, pens, multiple ink colors, and ink thickness options:


If you’re working in OneNote for Windows 10, see Write notes and draw in OneNote for Windows 10.


Draw or write


By default, Draw with Touch (or “Inking mode”) is turned on when you are using a mobile device. Just tap the Draw tab, select a pen , and you can begin drawing ink on a slide.

The Draw tab in Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile for Windows 10 is similar to the desktop versions of each app. Before you can use the drawing features, be sure to update to the latest version of Windows 10. To do this, select the Windows button in the lower-left corner of your screen, and select Settings > Update & security > Windows Update. Click Check for updates to get the latest updates.

To change the settings on a pen:

  1. Tap again to open the menu of thickness and color options for the pen. Select your preferred size and color:

    • There are five pen thickness settings ranging from .25 mm to 3.5 mm. Select a thickness or use the plus or minus sign to make your pen thicker or thinner.

    • Sixteen solid colors are available on the menu, with more available when you tap More Ink Colors.

    • Eight effects are also available: Rainbow, Galaxy, Lava, Ocean, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

  2. On the touch screen, begin writing or drawing.

    Once you have drawn an ink shape, it behaves like any shape that you are used to working with in Office. You can select the shape, then you can move or copy it, change its color, pivot its position, and so on.

  3. To stop inking and select your annotations, either to modify or move them, turn off Draw with Touch on the Draw tab. Turning off this feature also keeps you from making accidental ink marks when your hand touches the screen.

Select


Inking mode is turned on when you have selected a pen or highlighter on the Draw tab. Otherwise, you are in Select mode, and you can tap to select an object.


PowerPoint Mobile and Excel Mobile also have an ink selection tool, Lasso Select, , specifically for selecting objects drawn with ink. It’s most useful when you have a mixture of standard and ink objects and you only want to select an ink object.

To select part of a drawing or words written in ink in PowerPoint or Excel:

  1. On the Draw tab on the Ribbon, tap Lasso Select .

  2. With your pen or finger, drag to encircle the ink that you want to select.

    A faded, dashed selection region appears as you drag, and when you’re done, the portion you’ve lassoed is selected. Then you can manipulate that object as you wish: move it, copy it, delete it, and so on.

Erase


  1. On the Draw tab, tap the Eraser.

    (In PowerPoint, you can choose from three erasers—a stroke eraser, or a small or medium eraser. Tap the down arrow on the Eraser button to pick the eraser that you want.)

  2. Drag the eraser over the ink you want to remove.

Convert ink drawings to standard shapes in PowerPoint


In PowerPoint, you can convert ink drawings on a touch screen into common shapes:

  1. Ensure that Draw with Mouse or Touch is turned on.

  2. Tap Ink to Shapes

  3. With a pen or your finger, draw a shape on the slide. When you finish drawing, PowerPoint automatically converts your drawing to the shape that looks most like it.

    To stop converting shapes, tap Ink to Shapes again.

Open the Draw tab on Windows 10 Mobile phones


Here’s how to see the Draw tab in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on Windows 10 Mobile phones.

  1. Select the More button in the lower-right corner of the screen.

  2. Pick the Draw tab.

Write, draw, or highlight text in PowerPoint


  1. On the Draw tab of the ribbon tap a pen to select it.

  2. If you want to customize the pen tap the drop arrow next to the pen on the ribbon and select the thickness, and color, you want.

The Draw menu lets you have two separate pens available, plus a highlighter.


Erase ink


Select the eraser from the pens gallery on the Draw tab, then swipe your cursor across the ink you want to erase. This is a stroke eraser, which means it will erase entire ink strokes at a time.


Measure Surface Energy with Dyne Pen Sets

Are you achieving the dyne levels you need? Do you know the dyne level of your material prior to treating? Key to any surface treatment application is knowing your starting and ending treatment levels. Enercon’s EnerDyne™ pens provide a quick, safe and simple means of testing surface energy.

Unlike traditional dyne pens that are made with toxic solutions such as formamide, EnerDyne™ pens are toxic free making them safe for your operators. They also provide vivid easy to read results on a wide variety of surfaces.

EnerDyne™ pens are designed to indicate surface treatment levels on polymer based substrates and establish that the material is correctly treated prior to applying inks, coatings, paints or adhesives. Pens are available in 30/32/35/38/40/41/42/44/48/56/60/66 dyne levels.

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Enercon Dyne Pens are available for purchase on-line.

Read below for more information on how you can use Ener-Dyne™ pens to measure surface energy. And visit Steve Utschig’s provocative article about measuring treatment levels with dyne pens and solutions.








Application Dyne Levels Price
Variety 30, 32, 35, 38, 41, 44, 48, 56 $149
Converting 38, 38, 41, 41, 41, 44, 44, 44 $169
Blown Film 35, 35, 38, 38, 38, 41, 41, 41 $169
Quick Test 38, 38, 38, 38, 38, 38, 38, 38 $169
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EnerDyne Pen Test Procedure

  1. Remove the pen cap and briefly depress the tip on a clean surface until moist
  2. Apply the solution over a test area of approximately 1 square inch.
  3. Note the required time for the applied solution to break into droplets and/or peripheral shrinkage to occur. Read the solution behavior by observing the center area of the applied solution. If the dyne solution does not break into droplets and/or peripheral shrinkage after 4 seconds, repeat the test with the next higher surface tension solution. If the solution breaks into droplets and/or peripheral shrinkage in less than 4 seconds, repeat test with next lower surface tension solution.
  4. Do not repeat test on the same area of material.
  5. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 until the correct dyne level is determined. The correct dyne level will be equal to the solution that holds for exactly 4 seconds before droplets or peripheral shrinkage occur.
  6. As a general guideline surface coverage tension should be approximately 10 dynes higher than ink, adhesive, or coating. This may not be the case for every application.

General Guidelines

  • Use of excessive solution will result in a false reading.
  • Dyne Pens typically have a 6-12 month shelf life.
  • Each pen is rated for the minimum dyne level that the ink will determine.
  • Surface energy testing should be conducted immediately after treatment (air plasma, flame plasma, chemical plasma, RF gas).
  • Treated surfaces are time sensitive and are affected by environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity.
  • Do not touch or contaminate the surface to be tested. Dirty surfaces lose their wettability; therefore clean test level area.
  • Do not use contaminated or outdated pens.
  • Store and use pens at room temperature.
  • The inks should not be exposed to direct light. Therefore keep them closed when not in use. Also, repeated ink exposure to air, will alter the dyne levels. Properly sealed pens prevent this from occurring
  • Inconsistent or excessive pressure may provide a false dyne level reading

Millenium Pens – artykuły piśmienne, długopisy i zestawy metalowe

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Stanley Brothers Vape Pen | In Stock

Re-filling vape pens can be tedious and messy, so to make life easier, this Stanley Brother’s Vape Pen comes pre-filled with high-quality hemp extract so you can just grab it and go. Once it’s empty, throw it away and get a new one! Each box contains a full vaporizer that is ready to use immediately upon arrival.

Product Features

  • 100 mg of Hemp Extract (Full Spectrum) from same fields as Charlotte’s Web Hemp, grown domestically in Colorado
  • 0.5mL volume of liquid present
  • Lab tested for potency and residual solvents
  • Contains less than .3% THC

Ingredients:

  • Premium CBD Hemp Extract, Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin, Natural Strawberry/Vanilla/Watermelon Flavor

Suggested Use

Step 1: Open Box.

Step 2: Inhale through the end with the small opening in the center. The opposing end with the SB logo will light up during inhalation.

Step 3: Repeat as needed. No charging or complicated refilling necessary!

Note: Due to the recent COVID-19 disruption, some pens may be shipped which include a “BEST BY” date in 2020. This date is reflective of the longevity of the battery, and not for the CBD solution.

About the Stanley Brothers Vape Pen

Since 2009, the Stanley Brothers have been the most trusted name in Hemp and CBD. With absolute commitment to integrity and selection of safe and environmentally sustainable methods the brothers provide their customers the cleanest and purest CBD hemp extract from seed to final product.

Stanley Brothers Vape continues to build on this culture through a signature line of CBD infused health & wellness products that provide exceptional quality and unrivaled commitment to health, science, and research. Welcome, the new Stanley Brothers Disposable Vape Pen. The original Charlotte’s Web Vape Pen served as inspiration for this product, and you can find many people searching for Charlotte’s Web CBD Pen or Charlotte’s Web CBD Vape Oil for this product.

 

Caution: Tampering with the battery and exposing this product to moisture or extreme temperature conditions may cause fire or explosion. Statements on the label and packaging regarding this product have not been evaluated by the FDA.

Must be 18 years or older to purchase. Keep out of reach of children.

Charlotte’s Web Disposable Vape Pen

Charlotte’s Web (CW) is the brand that rocked the entire CBD industry. It brought results-driven, mission-backed CBD to the hands of customers throughout the country and won plenty of awards and recognition along the way. While some are comfortable with the sublingual dosing that Charlotte’s Web is made for, others are more interested in the idea of a Charlotte’s Web disposable vape pen.

Can you vape Charlotte’s Web CBD oil?

If you already have some Charlotte’s Web CBD, don’t smoke it. Only certain types of liquids and oil are meant to go into vapes, and Charlotte’s Web isn’t one of them, nor do they (technically) have the right kind of oil.

Charlotte’s Web does not make a disposable vape pen, but the group behind this brand does. Stanley Brothers disposable vape pens are made with 100 mg of Charlotte’s Web CBD oil. It’s the only safe way you can get your favorite brand of Charlotte’s Web hemp in the easy-to-use vape style.

Who are the Stanley Brothers?

The Stanley Brothers are 7 siblings from Colorado who saw the benefits of hemp and became active advocates and entrepreneurs in the industry. The first product they created was Charlotte’s Web hemp oil before they expanded their branding efforts to create a more diverse product line.

The results of those efforts is the Stanley Brothers brand, a self-proclaimed “return to their roots” by creating cannabis-based products that go beyond CBD.

In the spirit of honoring the decade of research and popular products that lead to their initial success, they’ve kept CBD in the mix. The Charlotte’s Web CW disposable vape pen is made under the Stanley Brothers name and is the only official vape formula of its kind.

The Charlotte’s Web disposable vape pen is made with the same intention as the original CW hemp product. It brings high-quality, cannabinoid-rich hemp oil into an easy to use form. The disposable nature takes all the guesswork out of refilling, recharging, or restocking the juice for a vape pen. Simply order it online, open the box, and the product is ready for use.

Where to buy

At Halso, we’re committed to making it easy to learn about, shop, and buy CBD products from the best brands available. Stanley Brothers and their Charlotte’s Web disposable vape pen fit that mold. We love the simple design that’s optimized for one-time use. Once it’s done, throw it away, and come back to our store to pick up a new one. You can stick to your preferred flavor of strawberry, watermelon, or vanilla, or switch it up to try all three.

What is Penetration Testing | Step-By-Step Process & Methods

What is penetration testing

A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is a simulated cyber attack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. In the context of web application security, penetration testing is commonly used to augment a web application firewall (WAF).

Pen testing can involve the attempted breaching of any number of application systems, (e.g., application protocol interfaces (APIs), frontend/backend servers) to uncover vulnerabilities, such as unsanitized inputs that are susceptible to code injection attacks.

Insights provided by the penetration test can be used to fine-tune your WAF security policies and patch detected vulnerabilities.

Penetration testing stages

The pen testing process can be broken down into five stages.

1. Planning and reconnaissance
The first stage involves:

  • Defining the scope and goals of a test, including the systems to be addressed and the testing methods to be used.
  • Gathering intelligence (e.g., network and domain names, mail server) to better understand how a target works and its potential vulnerabilities.

2. Scanning
The next step is to understand how the target application will respond to various intrusion attempts. This is typically done using:

  • Static analysis – Inspecting an application’s code to estimate the way it behaves while running. These tools can scan the entirety of the code in a single pass.
  • Dynamic analysis – Inspecting an application’s code in a running state. This is a more practical way of scanning, as it provides a real-time view into an application’s performance.

3. Gaining Access
This stage uses web application attacks, such as cross-site scripting, SQL injection and backdoors, to uncover a target’s vulnerabilities. Testers then try and exploit these vulnerabilities, typically by escalating privileges, stealing data, intercepting traffic, etc., to understand the damage they can cause.

4. Maintaining access
The goal of this stage is to see if the vulnerability can be used to achieve a persistent presence in the exploited system— long enough for a bad actor to gain in-depth access. The idea is to imitate advanced persistent threats, which often remain in a system for months in order to steal an organization’s most sensitive data.

5. Analysis
The results of the penetration test are then compiled into a report detailing:

  • Specific vulnerabilities that were exploited
  • Sensitive data that was accessed
  • The amount of time the pen tester was able to remain in the system undetected

This information is analyzed by security personnel to help configure an enterprise’s WAF settings and other application security solutions to patch vulnerabilities and protect against future attacks.

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Penetration testing methods

External testing

External penetration tests target the assets of a company that are visible on the internet, e.g., the web application itself, the company website, and email and domain name servers (DNS). The goal is to gain access and extract valuable data.

Internal testing

In an internal test, a tester with access to an application behind its firewall simulates an attack by a malicious insider. This isn’t necessarily simulating a rogue employee. A common starting scenario can be an employee whose credentials were stolen due to a phishing attack.

Blind testing

In a blind test, a tester is only given the name of the enterprise that’s being targeted. This gives security personnel a real-time look into how an actual application assault would take place.

Double-blind testing

In a double blind test, security personnel have no prior knowledge of the simulated attack. As in the real world, they won’t have any time to shore up their defenses before an attempted breach.

Targeted testing

In this scenario, both the tester and security personnel work together and keep each other appraised of their movements. This is a valuable training exercise that provides a security team with real-time feedback from a hacker’s point of view.

See how Imperva Web Application Firewall can help you with website security.

Penetration testing and web application firewalls

Penetration testing and WAFs are exclusive, yet mutually beneficial security measures.

For many kinds of pen testing (with the exception of blind and double blind tests), the tester is likely to use WAF data, such as logs, to locate and exploit an application’s weak spots.

In turn, WAF administrators can benefit from pen testing data. After a test is completed, WAF configurations can be updated to secure against the weak spots discovered in the test.

Finally, pen testing satisfies some of the compliance requirements for security auditing procedures, including PCI DSS and SOC 2. Certain standards, such as PCI-DSS 6.6, can be satisfied only through the use of a certified WAF. Doing so, however, doesn’t make pen testing any less useful due to its aforementioned benefits and ability to improve on WAF configurations.

Dr.Web® – innovative anti-virus security technologies. Comprehensive protection against Internet threats.

Our souvenirs are not for sale. But every Dr.Web user can get them for free by winning the competition.

Mask with logo

Dr.Web protects against virus outbreaks – and not only PCs or smartphones, but also their owners! A cotton three-layer mask decorated with a spider will help protect both yourself and those around you.

Belt bag with logo

What could be more reliable and more convenient than a pocket? Our signature belt bag, of course. The green spider on it will hide and keep the keys, documents and other things that should be at hand!

Backpack

A spacious, durable and fashionable backpack in which all your belongings will be protected.

Wireless headphones

Round on-ear headphones for which the distance from the music-playing device does not matter.

Microphone / speaker karaoke

For all those who like to perform a good song: microphone and speaker in one housing. Talents develop with Dr.Web!

Weather station with clock

Weather without surprises: the sensor will measure humidity and temperature, make a forecast for the near future, show what time it is, and will simply please the eye.

Computer speakers

The sound should be louder! Compact speakers Dr.Web can be connected to a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Bluetooth speakers

You can listen to music everywhere with the Dr.Web wireless speaker!

Webcam with microphone

For everyone who loves live online communication, this compact camera with USB connection and voice recording.

MP3 player

Your favorite music is always at hand with a compact MP3 player decorated with the Dr.Web logo. Headphones included.

“Cover”

How many wonderful discoveries are in store for us … an opener with a spider!

Electronic Jumping

Fitness without counting – jumping ropes will count the number of jumps themselves and summarize your sporting achievements.

Manual trainer

Resistance band for muscle training, anti-stress and just a stylish little thing – like the Dr.Web anti-virus, this trainer makes you stronger and calmer.

Parker handle

Stylish pen in a case is an attribute of respectability and at the same time a tool for everyday use.

Travel set

A set for those who are on the plane or train seeking to use the opportunity to rest and sleep off. Includes an eye mask, inflatable pillow, earplugs.

Velvet handbag with rhinestones

Ladies’ accessory on which the Dr.Web spider sparkles from admiring glances of passers-by.

Towel

Comfortable Dr.Web beach towel, which is always dry, warm and cozy with.

Vest of the system administrator

There are never too many pockets! But the little things that always threaten to get lost are always enough – both at work and at home. Our vest is a reliable and elegant way to solve this problem.

Thermo mug

Dr.Web spider on an elegant thermo mug will protect your tea from cooling.

Hot stand

Felt stand in the shape of a web and its faithful guard – Dr.Web spider.

Mug “chameleon”

Whether you are thinking important things or just daydreaming, one glance at this cute mug will be enough to determine if your coffee is cold.

Leather wallet

An accessory with many compartments that will fit money, cards, business cards, and much more.

Mobile phone stand

A bright accessory that will decorate your desk and will not let your mobile get lost.

Universal charger

A portable charger for your smartphone, tablet or music player that will help you out when you are away from an electrical outlet.

“Mafia” souvenir

A set of cards for playing “Mafia” with the image of the characters of the WebIQmeter project.

Protective cover

Pocket to protect your bank card from remote data reading – Dr.Web will protect your money!

Multilayer material with a metallized layer inside, laminated on both sides.Blocks the signal transmitted by RFID technology between the card and the reader.

Spider watch

This is the case when a wall clock turns into a work of art: made in the form of our signature shield, it will show the time for you, and for your guests also your exquisite taste. The time for them is always accurate, as well as the work of our antivirus.

Keychain flashlight

Don’t get lost and don’t lose! If you are accustomed to the fact that the keys are always at hand, now you will always have a flashlight with 3 bright LEDs with you, which will not only illuminate the path, but also help you find small things that have rolled somewhere.Batteries included.

Wireless charging station

An extremely convenient device for modern smartphones that support wireless charging technology. This charging eliminates any hazards associated with wires (short circuit, poor insulation), and also has built-in overheating and overvoltage protection.

Icon set

Bright round Dr.Web that can be attached to clothes or a backpack – and look even more stylish and protected.

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Select the wrapping on the handle of the badminton racket

First, let’s define the terms:

1) “terry” winding (or “towel”, as the players called it) – it looks like this:

In texture, the terry wrapping for the racket handle is really very similar to a towel, but has an adhesive layer on the underside, which makes it easy to wind the wrapping.

2) “rubber” winding – looks like this:

Made of polyurethane elastomer or similar synthetic material.

Why do you need racket winding at all?

Correctly selected racket handle wrapping will allow you to increase control and, as a result, the quality of shuttle control, strength and accuracy of strokes. Excessive tension is removed from the wrist, in addition, with the help of the winding, you can slightly change the balance of the badminton racket in one direction or another.

Now let’s talk about the characteristics of windings .

The first thing to pay attention to is how much sweat your palm sweats while playing . Terry padding for a racket will of course absorb better – this is actually a key factor for many players when choosing one.

The second important point: thickness . For all windings, the thickness is indicated on the packaging, so be careful when buying. If you wrap a thick winding around the handle, you may find it uncomfortable to hold the racket.The same goes for windings that are too thin.

As a reminder, professional players prefer slender handles for better control of the badminton rackets and shuttlecock.

Parameter number three – durability and , respectively, your cash costs. For professional players, it is customary to change the winding almost after every game, since good grip on the badminton racket is very important during a match, but for amateurs it does not make sense to change so often.

Here, the primacy is clearly held by “rubber” models, they will last longer, while not “rolling” and retaining their properties.

Everything else – perforation, vibration and shock damping, etc., certainly affect the comfort while playing badminton, but are still less significant factors.

Remember to remove the racket from the cover to dry out the wrapping after training.

polypropylene, sewer pipes from the manufacturer FDplast

The Moscow plant FDplast today is a large Russian manufacturer of engineering systems for water supply, heating and sewerage.

The plant is one of the largest Russian producers of polypropylene pipes and fittings. Products under the FD trademark have been produced since 2002 and for 19 years they have perfectly proven themselves not only in the Russian market, but also in neighboring countries. Since 2008, the plant has been producing profiled corrugated pipes for free-flow outdoor utility and storm sewage systems, wells.

From the day of foundation to the present, quality and a wide range of products have been the main ones to meet the most demanding demand.

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Pressure pipelines for water supply and heating systems

Moscow plant FDplast is a manufacturer of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (HDPE) pipes, plastic sewer, water supply and cable wells.

The Moscow FDplast plant produces a wide range of pipes, fittings, fittings for water supply and heating systems. The range of polypropylene products manufactured by the plant today reaches more than 400 items from 20 to 160 diameters.The products are produced in gray and white colors.

The plant produces unreinforced polypropylene pipes: PN10, PN 16, PN20, glass fiber reinforced pipes: PN20, PN25, pipes in a coil, polypropylene fittings, shutoff valves. FD fittings from 20 to 110 diameters are produced with nominal pressure PN 25. Fittings from 125 to 160 diameters are produced with nominal pressure PN 10, PN 25.

For the production of plastic pipes and fittings, only high-quality raw materials “Random copolymer” (type 3) Borealis RA-130E (Finland) are used.Pipes made from this raw material are operated at temperatures from -10 ° C to +95 ° C. Due to the elasticity of the material, water in polypropylene pipes can freeze without destroying them. All products are certified and manufactured in accordance with GOST 32415-2013, GOST R 53630-2015, TU 22.21.21-001.03637755-2017.

Piping for sewerage systems and external sewerage

Since 2008, the Moscow plant FDplast has been producing profiled pipes with a monolithic socket for drainage systems and external sewerage systems made of polyethylene.In 2019, the production of corrugated polypropylene pipes was started.

At present, the plant produces a wide range of products: corrugated pipes made of polyethylene and polypropylene, reinforced FD ARM pipes, plastic prefabricated and welded wells, welding rods, HDPE sheets, hatches, covers. The diametral range of corrugated pipes ranges from 110 to 2400 D. For the production of double-layer corrugated pipes, only high-quality raw materials from domestic and foreign manufacturers are used: Gazprom, Kazanorgsintez, Borealis, Basell.

In 2020, the Plant started the production of FD SVT spiral pipes and welded wells with an FD SVT shaft: sewer, cable, plumbing.

All products are certified and manufactured in accordance with GOST R 54475-2011, TU 2248-001-99718665-2008, TU 2248-001-38314882-2012, TU 22.

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