In the electronics industry of Europe, there’s a directive called Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) that must be complied with. Under this directive, certain substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium VI also known as hexavalent chromium plating, and pbb, pbde flame retardants used in plastics are restricted in the manufacturing process of electronic goods. To be compliant, solder joints must contain less than 0.1% lead. Thus, the utilization of a Lead Free Solder is highly encouraged. Fine Line Stencil, with their advanced laser and material technologies, is a leading manufacturer of above mentioned lead free applications and the highest quality laser stencils in the industry.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
It’s never too early to start shopping for Christmas kits. Especially in this part of our world when Christmas Trees are up as early as November 1st or for some as soon as the “Ber” months begin. Anyway, here are some of the kits that would be nice to play and whip up with Christmas 2011 photos and memories.
The talented Studio Dawn Inskip of Scrapbookgraphics has put back this Wizardry Kit to her store due to popular demand and just in time with the hit showing another Harry Potter movie. This is actually a new and improved version of the original Wizardry kit and this is perfect for themes, photos and all things wizards, witches and other spell-binding moments.
Link to store: http://shop.scrapbookgraphics.com/Wizardry.html
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
You might probably be wondering who are or what does actos cancer lawyers do. These are the lawyers who are a part of an actos cancer law firm specializing in cases of victims of the Diabetes drug, Actos. Actos is prescribed to those who have Type II Diabetes but recent studies show that prolonged use of it causes bladder cancer. In such circumstances, the likes of Atty Mikal Watts of Watts Guerra Craft LLP are the persons to approach for legal help. They can assist Actos victims in filing for claims and damages against the manufacturer of the said drug.
Sunday, November 06, 2011
Hybrid Digiscrapping is one thing I’ve never tried yet. Once I have the free time and get my digiscrapping mojos back, here’s an inspiration from here that I’m wishing to try:
Christmas is near so before we know it, the busiest month of the year will be here soon. If you don’t have the spare time to design your own Christmas card, gather the family for a holiday photo shoot and just plop your photos on any of these lovely Holiday Greeting Cards templates available in most of the digital scrapbooking stores. These templates are easy to use and flexible. These come in 9 different designs, each with 3 size options and available in both horizontal and vertical orientations in .PNG format. Just drop in your photos, add your text greeting and have the cards printed in any of your local photo developers or if you have a photo printer, the better and easier it will be.
Saturday, November 05, 2011
And since I cannot shop, let me just pass the itch to shop to you by posting the sale announcements from some of my fave digistores.
There are many ways on how to go hybrid. One common example is having digital papers, backgrounds, textures, images (created and edited using a photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop), have them printed, then with a few embellishments and patterns, it can be assembled on scrapbooks or they can be made as cards, stationery, food wrappers, and even lunch bags and lunch boxes. The options are actually limitless.
Take a look at this hybrid lunch boxes templates from SuzyQ Scraps. All you just have to do is print, assemble and embellish and it'll make a very nice present for your loved ones, friends, etc.