Rockler’s New Small Piece Holder: A Secure Way To Handle Small Woodworking Projects

“Having the workpiece secured allows folks to concentrate on the cut to get the best possible results.” The Small Piece Holder features opposing clamp faces with abrasive anti-slip material (similar to that used in gripping strips on stairs) to hold the workpiece in place. One face is adjustable with push-button quick release to instantly set the desired width. Two adjustable pins hold the workpiece down against the table when they are tightened in place flush against top of the workpiece. Large handles extending vertically on either end make the Small Piece Holder easy to control while holding workpieces up to 8-3/4″ wide. The Small Piece Holder (57896) is priced at $49.99 and can be purchased at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware stores nationwide, Rockler.com, or from the Rockler catalog.
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GainSpan Technology Powers TASCAM’s DR-22WL and DR-44WL, First Portable Recorders with Wi-Fi – Yahoo Finance

For more information on our new products, please visit ORing website at www.oring-networking.com . You can also email us at [email protected] or contact our regional distributors to acquire information on our products, technical support, or quotes. We are committed to providing exclusive and efficient services for our customers. About ORing Founded in 2005, ORing specializes in developing innovative own-branded products for industrial settings. As the adoption of network technology in industrial environments increases, ORing has accumulated abundant experience in switch and wireless product design.
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Insteon Connected Kit review: Strong lighting controls; a weak app

Insteon Connected Kit

With the free app for iOS and Android devices, users can start and stop recording from anywhere in the room, while setting trim levels and check meters to make sure the transport is running. In addition, users can stream audio live to a smartphone, and after recording, can upload files to the cloudSound Cloudover a wireless connection. These recordings can then be instantly shared online without moving the DR-44WL or DR-22WL from the best microphone position. The GS2000 family includes the GS2011M and the GS2100M. The modules are based on the company’s GS2000 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi SoC. The modules offer multi Mbps throughput (over an SPI or SDIO interface), and feature a highly integrated and extensive networking stack and services and ease of provisioning. Availability The DR-44WL and DR-22WL Portable Handheld Recorders powered by GainSpan are available now.
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ORing Launches Layer 3 Industrial Ethernet Switches with High Gigabit Port Density

The living room scene, on the other hand, ceased to operate, because it was operating according to a schedule that was controlled by the hub. So if you build a connected-home system with Insteon, dont consider the hub to be an optional component. And now its back to the 80s Setting up the Wi-Fi security camera, on the other hand, was a frustrating, four-hour experience that was not worth the end result. The camera is a Foscam cloneits based on the same hardware design and uses the same browser interface as that ubiquitous modeland its limited to resolution of 640×480 pixels. On the upside, it has a built-in motion sensor, infrared LED illumination for night-time viewing, and it can pan over a 300-degree range and tilt over a 120-degree arc. You can set it up to record video clips to a folder on your computers hard drive when its motion sensor is triggered, and it will send email alerts with images attached when it does.
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