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Making the BeerNStein™

The idea of a beer stein tumbler was first conceived in the fall of 2012 while the Brew2Go™ product was being developed. It was in the cards for the Brew2Go™ to be released to market first. The very first 3D concept rendering of the BeerNStein™ (below) was printed out and taped to my office wall, where it would

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8 Great Drink Recipes for the Stemless Traveler™

 

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A few popular drinks on Pinterest

Liquid Marijuana For all you adventurous drinkers, this drink may be for you. No, this doesn’t contain any marijuana. It’s just named that based off the color. If you love trying out new things and love shots, this recipe may be for you and your friends. Please drink responsibly. INGREDIENTS 1/4 oz Blue Curacao liquor 1/4

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Add Any Product or Service To Your Free Online Wedding Registry

Planning your Wedding? Here’s a brief DIY tutorial on how to get started with My Registry, a free online wedding registry. MyRegistry.com is a website that allows you to manage your own registry and add items from ANY store on the internet. In addition, you can sync pre-existing store registries, request cash, scan barcodes with your

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Making the Brew2Go

COMING SOON!

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MorphCase: iPod Touch = PHONE

The low cost and accessibility of Wi-Fi is only going to become more advanced and abundant in the future. Some recent Wi-Fi advances include the collaboration of major cable companies for CableWiFi, Wi-Fi enabled cars, Passpoint, superfast speeds with Connectify Dispatch, using your home network everywhere with Anyfi.net, and SuperWiFi is now on the horizon. A LIGHTBULB

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3D printed, already assembled Mechanical “Strandbeest”

No other production method can do this! Theo Jansen at Shapeways For those of you who want’s to see the original creation of the Stransbeest, this feature from BBC is increadible:

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Making the Pawfect Suds Dog Soap

A few summers back, my girlfriend Jen started making her own, all natural dog soaps to sell at one of our local farmers’ markets. To begin with, she used soap molds of paw prints that she found at an online retailer. The feedback from pet owners was really positive and her soaps began to work

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The Power of Sharing Knowledge

Although my industry of creative innovation is secretive and often very confidential, without sharing your work and experiences with others it would be really difficult to take your organization to the next level. The internet is the ultimate resource for sharing knowledge and I’ve had some great experiences since when I first started sharing my

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Burton: How to Make a Snowboard

Traveling to Burlington, Vermont, the Cool Hunting video crew visits Burton’s snowboard manufacturing center to learn about their handmade process and prototyping techniques. Chris Doyle, the brand’s “mad scientist” who’s worked with founder Jake Burton since 1996, gives a behind-the-scenes tour explaining what makes their snowboards industry leaders.

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Moleskine Debossing: How it’s done

“What’s life like inside the Moleskine factory? Every bit as timeless and beautiful as the notebooks themselves. Here’s a scrumptious look at how the debossing process works, deep in the heart of Moleskine. What I love especially is how much is still done by hand—the brass die are machined, then finished by a real live

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Plastic Injection Molding: How it’s done

Injection molding (British English: moulding) is a manufacturing process for producing parts from both thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials. Material is fed into a heated barrel, mixed, and forced into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the mold cavity.After a product is designed, usually by an industrial designer or an engineer, molds are made by

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Plastic Bottles: How it’s done

Plastic bottles are made with a variety of resins, the most popular of which is high-density polyethylene (HDPE), Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) are also popular resins used to make different types of plastic bottles. PET is most often used to make plastic bottles for water and soft drinks, and the above video

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Glass Bottles: How it’s done

If you’ve always wondered how glass bottles were manufactured, then check out this interesting “How it’s Made” segment. In all cases a stream of molten glass at its plastic temperature (1050-1200 Celsius) is cut by a shearing blade to form a cylinder of glass called a gob. Both of the processes start with this gob falling

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Vinyl toys: How it’s done

  Take a peek inside the Obitsu Factory, which has been manufacturing Japanese toys since 1966. Rotational molding, also known as rotomolding, rotocasting or spin casting, is a molding process for creating many kinds of mostly hollow items, typically of plastic. A heated hollow mold is filled with a charge or shot weight of material,

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