Medical, Cosmetic, and Surgical dermatology practice caring for your family in Virginia and surrounding states. - Integrated Dermatology of Tidewater - Dr. Jonathan Schreiber, PhD and MPAS Margene Tranter specializes in treating your families skin, hair, and nails.
Country: 220.127.116.11, North America, US
City: -118.3151 California, United States
I love this thing. Absolutely no regrets buying this. It is very solidly built and seems like it will last a long time. On Amazon, you can get a lid that goes on a metal trash can to separate large chips out of the intake. I use that between my tools and this vacuum and very little actually gets to the vac's bag and I don't have problems with chips clogging it up. I was using my shop vac for dust collection before having this and it is night and day. First of all the sound it makes is much lower pitched and quieter, so its much more pleasant than listening to my shop vac whine. It also pulls a lot more air. My shop vac worked well for my router and other small tools, but did not cut it at all for my planer. I was having to empty it constantly. Very happy with my purchase.
If only there were a star for "zero," I could give this film an appropriate rating. The acting is so bad, it would be funny if the movie weren't so boring. The sound quality is also awful; it sounds as if someone just stuck a poor-quality microphone in the room and used that for the whole film. The plot is laughably simplistic. The whole movie is just a waste of time -- although I do think the makeup artist did a decent job. Not good enough to make it worthwhile to watch the movie. Nothing on earth is that good!
I rearranged my desk and needed a slightly longer HDMI cable to go between a PC and a 2015 Samsung 4K TV. Unfortunately, this cable failed to perform as advertised. I tested several output modes from the PC, and these are the results.
This product removed the soap scum but that's all. Does not remove the black/grey moldy stuff that is in the grout, no matter how hard you scub with the scrubbing pad. Waste of money. Plus, the fumes were awful!!!
Autodesk Sketchbook is pretty good. I am enjoying the quality of work it allows me to produce. I have been used to Photoshop Elements and this is a major change from that. You have less control over the details that you can choose when compared to Elements. But, you can do work from scratch on Autodesk Sketchbbok. The lines are, indeed, smooth, and you have a decent selection to choose from. Although I have to get used to the technical aspects that differ and make the software have less ease of use than elements, the program is still pretty good. And I am glad I bought it. When comparing the two programs, for the price, Sketchbook is a lot better.