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1. Semi-electric pottery wheel in a village of Varanasi

  • Duration: 82
  • Channel: travel
Semi-electric pottery wheel in a village of Varanasi

Indian potter shows his semi-electric pottery wheel in a village of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Varanasi, also known as Benares, Banaras or Kashi is an Indian city on the banks of the Ganges (Ganga) in Uttar Pradesh, 320 kilometres (200 mi) southeast of the state capital, Lucknow. It is the holiest of the seven sacred cities (Sapta Puri) in Hinduism and Jainism, and played an important role in the development of Buddhism. Some Hindus believe that death at Varanasi brings salvation. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Varanasi is also known as the favourite city of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva as it has been mentioned in the Rigveda that this city at older times was known as Kashi or "Shiv ki Nagri". Many of its temples were plundered and destroyed in the 12th century. The temples and religious institutions in the city now are dated to the 18th century. The Kashi Naresh (Maharaja of Kashi) is the chief cultural patron of Varanasi, and an essential part of all religious celebrations. The culture of Varanasi is closely associated with the Ganges. The city has been a cultural center of North India for several thousand years, and has a history that is older than most of the major world religions. The Benares Gharana form of Hindustani classical music was developed in Varanasi, and many prominent Indian philosophers, poets, writers, and musicians live or have lived in Varanasi. Gautama Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath located near Varanasi. Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India. Scholarly books have been written in the city, including the Ramcharitmanas of Tulsidas. Today there is a temple of his namesake in the city, the Tulsi Manas Mandir. One of the largest residential universities of Asia the Banaras Hindu University is located here. Varanasi is often referred to as "the city of temples", "the holy city of India", "the religious capital of India", "the city of shiva", and "the city of learning". Source:- Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]om


2. Transporting pottery goods from a village in Varanasi

  • Duration: 85
  • Channel: travel
Transporting pottery goods from a village in Varanasi

Man transporting pottery goods from his village in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Varanasi, also known as Benares, Banaras or Kashi is an Indian city on the banks of the Ganges (Ganga) in Uttar Pradesh, 320 kilometres (200 mi) southeast of the state capital, Lucknow. It is the holiest of the seven sacred cities (Sapta Puri) in Hinduism and Jainism, and played an important role in the development of Buddhism. Some Hindus believe that death at Varanasi brings salvation. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Varanasi is also known as the favourite city of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva as it has been mentioned in the Rigveda that this city at older times was known as Kashi or "Shiv ki Nagri". Many of its temples were plundered and destroyed in the 12th century. The temples and religious institutions in the city now are dated to the 18th century. The Kashi Naresh (Maharaja of Kashi) is the chief cultural patron of Varanasi, and an essential part of all religious celebrations. The culture of Varanasi is closely associated with the Ganges. The city has been a cultural center of North India for several thousand years, and has a history that is older than most of the major world religions. The Benares Gharana form of Hindustani classical music was developed in Varanasi, and many prominent Indian philosophers, poets, writers, and musicians live or have lived in Varanasi. Gautama Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath located near Varanasi. Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India. Scholarly books have been written in the city, including the Ramcharitmanas of Tulsidas. Today there is a temple of his namesake in the city, the Tulsi Manas Mandir. One of the largest residential universities of Asia the Banaras Hindu University is located here. Varanasi is often referred to as "the city of temples", "the holy city of India", "the religious capital of India", "the city of shiva", and "the city of learning". Source:- Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


3. Life in Clay: Clary Illian extended sequences

  • Duration: 518
  • Channel: creation
Life in Clay: Clary Illian extended sequences

This video is one of the special features to be presented on the DVD "A Year in the Life." Here, Clary Illian describes her earliest influences, including her apprenticeship with Bernard and Janet Leach in the UK. She also demonstrates some techniques on the wheel. This video shows her first attempt at wheel-thrown pottery after she broke her wrist in February, 2008. Music by Hot Club of Davenport More info at http://www.atomburke.com


4. Man Who Died In Self-Driving Car Accident Was Watching 'Harry Potter'

  • Duration: 56
  • Channel: news
Man Who Died In Self-Driving Car Accident Was Watching 'Harry Potter'

The Tesla owner who died on May 7 in the first fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle, was reportedly watching a Harry Potter movie when he died. The Associated Press interviewed the truck driver whose tractor-trailer was punctured by the self-driving vehicle on a Florida highway. The truck driver said the Tesla driver was “playing Harry Potter on the TV screen” at the time of the crash and that, quote, “he went so fast through my trailer I didn’t see him.


5. Living History Pottery at The Henry Ford

  • Duration: 146
  • Channel: travel
Living History Pottery at The Henry Ford

The Greenfield Village Pottery Shop at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan features handmade, hand-decorated living history gifts based on 300 years of American History. See how it’s made!


6. Ganga Nadi ( Hindi )

  • Duration: 1844
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Ganga Nadi ( Hindi )

India has a number of rivers. The Ganga is one of them. It is a Himalayan river. It is generally snow-fed and flows throughout the year. It has two main headwaters in the Himalayas: the Bhagirathi and the Alakananda, the former rising from the Gangotri glacier at Gomukh and the latter from a glacier short of the Alkapuri glacier. Other Himalayan rivers are the Yamuna, Ghagra, Gomti, Gandak and Kosi. The Yamuna rises in the Yamunotri glacier and joins the Ganga at Allahabad. The Ganga is a holy river. It is the symbol of India’s spiritual heritage. It represents the 5,000-year-old civilisation of India. It signifies the synthesis of different religions, races and castes. It sustains nearly one-third of the country’s population. The water of the Ganga is believed to contain miraculous properties of purifying the soul and healing the body. It is preserved for a long time. Though the Ganga is regarded as a holy river, it is not free from pollution. As many as 27 large cities and 300 industrial units let their untreated wastes into the Ganga. Since a large number of pilgrims bathe in the Ganga and use its water for drinking purposes, they become prone to water-borne diseases like cholera, typhoid, jaundice, etc. The Ganga Action Plan for cleansing the river is a step in the right direction- Xhough funds for this project will be provided by the Central Government, its implementation will be the responsibility of the respective States. The States will implement the different segments of the plan from Rishikesh and Hardwar to Patna and Kolkata. The States have embarked on installation of sewage and effluent treatment plants at selected spots. The Ganga, which is virtually synonymous with Indian civilisation, is dying. Pollution, over-extraction of water, emaciated tributaries and climatic changes are killing the mighty river, on whose fecund plains live one in 12 people of this planet. Apart from Ganga, Indus, Nile and Yangze are among the 10 most endangered rivers of the world. The Ganga basin makes up almost a third of India’s land area and its rich soil is home to millions of people. However, indiscriminate extraction of water with modern tube wells from the river as well as its basin, coupled with the damming of its tributaries for irrigation, has seriously reduced its flow. Climate change has added to the threat. Glaciers account for 30 to 40% of water in the Ganga and this goes up to 70-80% in the case of Indus. Studies are required to gauge the impact of melting glaciers on the flow. Apart from humans, many other kinds of lives are in danger due to Ganga’s degeneration. The river is home to more than 140 fish species, 90 amphibian species and the endangered Ganga river dolphin. And Ganga is, of course, sacred to Hindus, besides having spawned many great cities on its banks. Nehru had once said, From her source to the sea, from old times to new, the Ganga is the story of India’s civilisation. The report is a wake-up call not only to save the great river but also this great civilisation. In reality, these projects can be self-sustaining. Sludge can be used as manure and the water recycled. Fish and other aquatic life in the Ganga can be revived. Once the Ganga is cleaned, tourist spots can be developed along its banks to provide recreation and promote tourism. It will be necessary to ensure that residues of fertiliser and pesticides do not find their way into the Ganga. The sight of the corpses of poor people floating down the Ganga at Varanasi is, to say the least, repulsive. The installation of an electric crematorium could provide a cheaper mode for disposal of dead bodies. Prevention is better than cure. Even after the entire Ganga is cleaned once and made pollution-free, it will be necessary to prevent people from polluting it again. It is, therefore, desirable to educate selected target groups like the industrial, semi-industrial and municipal bodies about the need to keep the Ganga free from any pollution. A law should be enacted so that offenders can be punished for causing pollution. Also Click - NADI KE DEEP(NOVEL)-AGYE (HELP BOOK) :- Just click the link .....https://pintient.com/6Dv https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS32bNRtOH_dqG1Aqg02YAw http://www.dailymotion.com/mystery_history https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/113047358134315871842/113047358134315871842/admin https://twitter.com/MysteryHistory5 https://www.facebook.com/Mystery-History-187671487981521/ https://all-kind-of-knowledge.blogspot.in/ Also Subscribe our Top5 channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzexddfl-AiaH4oITEVfQQw


7. Porsche History - Boxster and Carrera

  • Duration: 97
  • Channel: auto
Porsche History - Boxster and Carrera

In 1994 a new Porsche Targa with electric glass roof joined Series 993. In that series it was studied a wheel drive with a light system, with a central viscous coupling and electronic traction control, and Carrera 4S was equipped with. Among the versions of the new series equipped with six-cylinder boxer of the 3600 cc displacement, there was also Turbo with integral and permanent wheel drive, so to enlarge the market range to a wider target, in 1986 Porsche realised Boxster, a new Roadster, characterised by a canopy of cloth, with an opening and semi automatic engine for two and a half litre cylinder, liquid cooling. In the same year, 996 series, a new evolution of 911 model replaced 993 serie, abandoning the traditional air cooling for liquid ones. The new Carrera were available two or four wheel drive in different versions. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Nel 1994 una nuova porsche targa con tetto elettrico in cristallo entrò a far parte della serie 993. Nella serie fu riprogettata la trazione integrale con un sistema leggero, a giunto viscoso centrale e con controllo elettronico di trazione; ne fu dotata la carrera 4 s. Tra le versioni della nuova serie, equipaggiata con un sei cilindri boxer di 3600 centimetri cubi di cilindrata, ci fu anche la turbo con trazione integrale permanente. Per allargare la fascia di mercato a più clienti, in porsche si pensò di realizzare, nel 1986, la boxster, una roadster, caratterizzata da un tettuccio di tela, ad apertura semiautomatica e con un propulsore di due litri e mezzo di cilindrata, raffreddato a liquido. Nello stesso anno la serie 996, ennesima evoluzione del modello 911 prese il posto della serie 993, abbandonando tra l'altro il tradizionale raffreddamento ad aria porsche per quello a liquido. Le nuove carrera furono disponibili a due o quattro ruote motrici e in più versioni. 


8. The most craziest concept car ever made by Rolls-Royce

  • Duration: 503
  • Channel: shortfilms
The most craziest concept car ever made by Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce as a luxury car manufacturer recently introduced their future concept vehicle with futuristic shapes and elegant design but a little strange and unique to the eyes. This is evident from the appearance of the vehicle concept, named the 'Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100,' its modern luxury wrapped with wheel cover. Where fender semi-enclosed almost all of the wheel arches, so if see it from the front, the car is like having the legs. The rest of the Rolls-Royce concept is equally outlandish, albeit not as crazy as the exterior. Although the shape of the chrome grille still retains its trademark, but these concept vehicle made in smaller dimensions. While the LED headlamp that has been used directly in front of the hallway between the vehicle body with a front wheel cover. Under its modern bonet, the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 equipped with a V12 engine with two electric motors. Overall the power that can be spewed by those engine combinations reached up to 671 hp. Not only large engine power is a mainstay of this luxury car, as an autonomous technology can also be found on these vehicles. Instead, a Cortana-esque "virtual chauffeur" called "Eleanor," named after Eleanor Thornton, who is claimed to have inspired the design of Rolls-Royce's iconic Spirit of Ecstasy figurehead. While for its interior sector claimed is made without machine. The interior is all handcrafted out of high-end materials, and there's even an analogue clock in the dashboard. What do you think? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARBUZZ]


9. Calergi Residence Apts & Studios: Charming, newly renovated accomodaton to enjoy Crete sun & sea.

  • Duration: 190
  • Channel: travel
Calergi Residence Apts & Studios: Charming, newly renovated accomodaton to enjoy Crete sun & sea.

Amazing apartments & studios surrounded by lovely gardens, including a shared outdoor pool and an amazing roof terrace. Perfect for a Birthday, Anniversary, Honeymoon or Special Getaway with your Sweetheart, Best Friend. Terrific home base for visiting Beaches, Gorges, Wineries, Festivals etc. Consists of 1 cocomat queen bed, a colorful living-room, a fully equiped kitchenette, AC, flat-screen TV, veranda with outdoor furniture. Sparkling bathroom to relax body & soul. Color paintings and artistic pottery everywhere. Shared outdoor pool. Facilities: Balcony, Patio, Garden view, Satellite channels, Flat-screen TV, Safety Deposit Box, Air Conditioning, Iron, Desk, Ironing Facilities, Seating Area, Fan, Mosquito net, Wardrobe/Closet, Hypoallergenic Cleaning products, Clothes rack, Hairdryer, Bathrobe, Bathroom, Free toiletries, Toilet, Slippers, Bath or Shower, Kitchenette, Refrigerator, Microwave, Dining area, Electric kettle, Kitchenware, Oven, Stovetop, Toaster, Barbecue, Boiler, Coffee machine. 2 seat dining table, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor dining area, Towels, Linen Colourful paintings and pieces of traditional Cretan pottery here and there. Sun loungers are featured at the sun terrace by the pool. Facilities include a hot tub and pool towels. Free parking, free high-speed Wi-Fi throughout, free safe, free relax-spots with sunbeds, free bathrobes- slippers, free pooltowels, free toiletries, free BBQ, free coffee & local pastries/sweets every morning. Restaurants THRAKA, RODINOS, MANOLIS, GAZOZA, main road a few meters to the right. Bakery, main road, 40 m. to the right. A Patisserie, main road, 150 m. to the right Restaurant SOUVLAKIA, 60 m. walking distance. Delivery food service available. Atractions nearby: Art Room, Gym, Cafe, Museum, Night club, Park, Restaurants, Aquarium, Amusement Park, Water park. Our location in ATSIPOPOULO village, 6 minutes drive from the charming town of Rethymno is great because: 1. Restaurants, coffee shops, supermarkets only a few steps away. mob: 0030 6974923720, 0030 6976645745 [email protected] www.calergi.gr


10. Mysterious Facts About Ancient Baghdad Battery - Strange Artifacts

  • Duration: 297
  • Channel: news
Mysterious Facts About Ancient Baghdad Battery - Strange Artifacts

Thanks for watching.... The Baghdad Battery, sometimes referred to as the Parthian Battery, is the common name for a number of artifacts created in Mesopotamia, during the Parthian or Sassanid periods (roughly 250 BC to AD 250), and probably discovered in 1936 in the village of Khuyut Rabbou'a, near Baghdad, Iraq. These artifacts came to wider attention in 1938 when Wilhelm König, the German director of the National Museum of Iraq, found the objects in the museum's collections. In 1940, König published a paper speculating that they may have been galvanic cells, perhaps used for electroplating gold onto silver objects. This interpretation is generally rejected today. It is frequently cited by believers in extraterrestrial visitation, ancient astronaut theories and advocates of pseudoarchaeology theories, in particular, a chapter on the batteries appeared in Erich von Däniken's discredited book Chariots of the Gods?, leading to the theory being publicly described as a myth, and considered impossible or irrelevant. Along with other theories and explanations presented by von Däniken, it is considered by the mainstream archaeological academy as fringe science or even charlatanism, assuming von Däniken knows his presentations are skewed and mostly not true, but still advocating the theories for money or fame. Von Däniken, and other fringe science theorists further claimed that electricity was used in ancient times, for lighting the tower of Alexandria, the tunnels of the Egyptian pyramids and for other sites and uses, besides coin plating. If correct, the artifacts would predate Alessandro Volta's 1800 invention of the electrochemical cell by more than a millennium. In March 2012, Professor Elizabeth Stone, of Stony Brook University, an expert on Iraqi archaeology, returning from the first archaeological expedition in Iraq after 20 years, stated that she does not know a single archaeologist who believed that these were batteries. The artifacts consist of terracotta pots approximately 130 mm (5 in) tall (with a one-and-a-half-inch mouth) containing a copper cylinder made of a rolled-up copper sheet, which houses a single iron rod. At the top, the iron rod is isolated from the copper by bitumen plugs or stoppers, and both rod and cylinder fit snugly inside the opening of the jar, which bulges outward toward the middle. The copper cylinder is not watertight, so if the jar were filled with a liquid, this would surround the iron rod as well. The artifact had been exposed to the weather and had suffered corrosion, although mild given the presence of an electrochemical couple. This has led some to believe that wine, lemon juice, grape juice, or vinegar was used as an acidic electrolyte solution to generate an electric current from the difference between the electrode potentials of the copper and iron electrodes. König thought the objects might date to the Parthian period (between 250 BC and AD 224). However, according to St John Simpson of the Near Eastern department of the British Museum, their original excavation and context were not well-recorded (see stratigraphy), so evidence for this date range is very weak. Furthermore, the style of the pottery is Sassanid (224-640). Most of the components of the objects are not particularly amenable to advanced dating methods. The ceramic pots could be analysed by thermoluminescence dating, but this has not yet been done; in any case, it would only date the firing of the pots, which is not necessarily the same as when the complete artifact was assembled. Copper and iron form an electrochemical couple, so that, in the presence of any electrolyte, an electric potential (voltage) will be produced. This is not a very efficient battery as gas is evolved at an electrode, the bubbles forming a partial insulation of the electrode so that although several volts can be produced in theory by connecting them in series, their internal resistance from the formation of the gas bubbles becomes so great that it severely limits the electrical current that can be produced from such a simple wet cell. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baghdad_Battery http://www.unmuseum.org/bbattery.htm http://www.smith.e


11. AT NIGHT: 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser Interior and Exterior in 4K

  • Duration: 936
  • Channel: tv
AT NIGHT: 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser Interior and Exterior in 4K

I know this video had some value to you :) Please throw a few bucks in the tip jar to help me continue to make great content. Click here: \r\rSpecial thanks to:\rSparks Toyota\r4855 Highway 501\rMyrtle Beach, SC 29579\r866-208-3543\[email protected]\r\r\r\rBody Style: Sport Utility Vehicle\rModel Code: 6156\rEngine: 8 Cyl - 5.7 L\rTransmission: Automatic\rDrive Type: 4WD\rExt. Color: BLIZZ\rInt. Color:\rVIN #: JTMCY7AJ4G4038131\rStock #: 16534\r\rComfort\rAudio system with AM/FM radio, CD player (reads MP3 format), digital radio, satellite radio, wireless headphones, touch screen and color screen\rSteering wheel mounted & rear remote audio controls\rFourteen JBL speakers subwoofer and surround sound\rDiversity antenna\rAdaptive cruise control Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)\rTrip computer: includes average speed, average fuel economy, current fuel economy and range for remaining fuel\rWood/woodgrain on dashboard and none\rCard key power locks ; automatic locking\rElectric glass sunroof\rLeather Semi-Aniline upholstery leather\rDriver bucket front seat heated, ventilated and climate-controlled with 10-way power memorized height, power lumbar and memorized tilt, front passenger seat bucket front seat heated, ventilated and climate-controlled with 10-way power power height, power lumbar and power tilt\r40/20/40 rear seats: tip/tumble, manual recline and manual fore/aft\rThird row seats: split-folding,, split bench with seating for three remote folding\rWood & leather-trimmed, tilt telescoping steering wheel\rVehicle speed-proportional power steering Variable Gear Ratio Steering (VGRS)\rFront cup holders\rVentilation system with micro filter\rPassenger ventilation controls\rFour-zone climate control\rBody-color heated driver and passenger power door mirrors with turn signals\rFront and rear windows with one-touch on two windows\rInternal HD navigation system with full map and voice\rExterior\rFront and rear alloy wheels: 18 x 8.0\rRoof spoiler\rBody-color front and rear bumpers\rFront and rear 285/60-18 and mud & snow\rSafety\rABS\rFour-wheel disc brakes: four ventilated\rImmobilizer\rMulti-Terrain Monitor front cam&radar parking distance sensors, multi-Terrain Monitor rear cam&radar parking distance sensors, multi-Terrain Monitor side camera parking distance sensors\rCenter differential lock\rCenter mechanical limited-slip differential Torsen\rElectronic trion control (via ABS & engine management)\rHeadlights: low beam bulb with projector beam lenses LED\rHeadlight control with dusk sensor\rFront fog lights\rIntelligent driver and passenger front airbag\rFront and rear side airbag\rAll three rows protected by curtain airbag\rAnti-theft protection\rTwo ive height-adjustable front seat head restraints, three ive height-adjustable rear seat head restraints, three height-adjustable 3rd row seats head restraints\rHeight adjustable driver and passenger front seat belts with pre-tensioners\rHeight adjustable rear seat belt with pre-tensioners, height adjustable passenger rear seat belt with pre-tensioners, 3-point center rear seat belt with pre-tensioners\rThird row seat belts, passenger third row seat belts, 3-point center third row seat belts\rIntermittent rain sensor\rHigh pressure headlight cleaners\rTechnical\rEngine: 5.7L V 8 DOHC with VVT-i variable valve timing\rMulti-point fuel injection\rPrimary fuel type: unleaded\rPerformance:\rPower (SAE): 381 hp @ 5,600 rpm; 401 ft lb of torque @ 3,600 rpm\rKinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) independent front wishbone suspension with stabilizer bar and coil springs, kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) rigid rear beam suspension with stabilizer bar and coil springs\rTransmission: automatic with manual mode and floor shifter


12. 2017 Volvo Xc90 Excellence - Interior

  • Duration: 153
  • Channel: auto
2017 Volvo Xc90 Excellence - Interior

2017 Volvo Xc90 Gets Four-seat Excellence Option It Turns Out The Four-seat Xc90 Excellence Volvo Rolled Out At Last Year’s Shanghai Auto Show Wasn’t Only Developed For China’s Chauffeur-driven Class As The Vehicle Is Being Made Available Here In The United States For The 2017 Model Year. Billed As Volvo’s Most Luxurious Car In Its 89-year History, The Xc90 Excellence Features Four Seats Split Over Two Rows As Well As A Host Of Amenities Not Normally Found In This Class. For Example, The Broad Rear Seats Can Recline And They Also Come With Massage And Ventilation Functions. Also Found At The Back Are Retractable Control Touchscreens, Folding Tables, A Refrigerator With Bottle And Glass Holders, A Heating/cooling Cup Holder, And Handmade Crystal Glasses From Leading Swedish Glass Design Company Orrefors. There Is Also Additional Sound Insulation As Well As An Enhanced Bowers & Wilkins Sound System. The Sole Powertrain Offered With The Xc90 Excellence Is The Range-topping T8 Twin Engine. The Plug-in Hybrid Setup Relies On An Internal Combustion Engine To Power The Front Wheels And An Electric Motor To Power The Rear Pair. This Arrangement Creates A ‘through-the-road’ Hybrid All-wheel-drive System. Either Powertrain Source Can Power The Vehicle On Its Own But Together They Deliver As Much As 400 Horsepower. The Xc90 Excellence Will Be Available This Summer. Pricing Hasn’t Been Mentioned But We’d Expect A Hefty Increase On The $72,595 (including Destination) Starting Price Of The Xc90 T8 Twin Engine With Inscription Trim, Currently The Most Expensive Xc90 Model. All 2017 Xc90s Also Get The Latest Version Of Volvo’s Pilot Assist Semi-autonomous Feature. It Allows The Vehicle To Operate Autonomously On Highways With Clear Road Markings At Speeds Of Up To 80 Mph And Without A Lead Vehicle To Track. The Feature Is Also Standard On The 2017 S90 And V90 Models. Volvo’s City Safety Collision Avoidance System Has Also Been Updated With A Feature That Can Automatically Steer When It Detects The Vehicle Is About To Run Off The Road. Finally, It’s Worth Mentioning That The 2017 Xc90, As Well As The 2017 S90 And V90 Models, Sees The Sensus Infotainment System Receive Several New Native Apps Including Spotify And Park And Pay. Other Apps Are Said To Include Connected Service Booking As Well As Improved Versions Of Tunein, Local Search And Yelp. New 2016 Design, Technology, Features, Specs, Volvo Xc90 Interior "subscribe Now"


13. 2017 Volvo S90 Excellence (China-built) - interior Exterior and Drive

  • Duration: 215
  • Channel: auto
2017 Volvo S90 Excellence (China-built) - interior Exterior and Drive

Volvo Cars unveils new version of the S90 sedan and top-of-the-line S90 Excellence in Shanghai, marking a new era for car-making in China Volvo Cars, the premium carmaker, has unveiled a new upgraded China version of its S90 sedan and a top-of-the-line luxury model called S90 Excellence, both aimed at the high-end sedan market, in advance of their first public appearance at the 2016 Guangzhou Motor Show. The new S90 will be the most premium car ever made in China. Both versions will be built in Volvo Cars’ production facility in Daqing, China, and exported globally, highlighting the high levels of quality that underpin Volvo’s global manufacturing strategy. “China will play an increasingly important part in our global manufacturing ambitions. Our factories here will deliver world-class products for export across the globe in coming years, contributing to our objective of selling up to 800,000 cars a year by 2020,” said Håkan Samuelsson, President and CEO, Volvo Car Group. Volvo has paved the way in developing China’s exports of cars to global markets. It was the first Western car maker to export a premium China-made car to the US in 2015 with the S60 Inscription, which received a full 5-Star rating in National Highway Traffic Safety Administration testing. Premium credentials Both the S90 cars underscore Volvo’s credentials as a premium car maker. “The first thing you notice in the S90 Excellence is that we have removed the front passenger seat and replaced it with what we call the Lounge Console, designed to meet the chauffeur-driven executive customers’ need to relax or work while on the move. The second thing you will notice is the high quality materials that combine to deliver a well-thought-through and immersive luxury feel,” said Thomas Ingenlath, Senior Vice President Design at Volvo Car Group. The S90 Excellence incorporates many features designed to enhance the in-car experience – a full panoramic roof, foldout worktables, clever storage, a heated and cooled cup holder, an adjustable footrest and a built-in entertainment system featuring a large display for work or entertainment purposes. The S90 Excellence also includes a rear-seat touchscreen control interface, a built-in refrigeration compartment and handmade crystal glasses from Swedish glassmaker Orrefors. The S90 will be available with Volvo Cars’ award-winning T4 and T5 petrol engines and the top-of-the-line T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid, delivering an uncompromising mix of performance and pure electric power that makes the most of Volvo’s ‘Relaxed Confidence’ chassis settings. The S90 Excellence will only come with the T8 Twin Engine powertrain option. The new cars will come with a host of standard safety features including Large Animal Detection as a part of the City Safety system, Pilot Assist, which is a hands-on-the-wheel semi-autonomous driver assistance system that works up to 130 km/h. Volvo’s new 90 Series cars also come with the convenience of smartphone integration, incorporating Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allowing convenient access to familiar smartphone features via the large centre display in the car. Both cars will be available with a new CleanZone air quality system that employs an ionic air cleaner, a PM 2.5 real-time monitor in the four-zone air conditioning system.


14. Pottery Making: How to Make Oil Cruets

  • Duration: 563
  • Channel: travel
Pottery Making: How to Make Oil Cruets

Pottery Making: How to Make Oil Cruets - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. A lot of people make their olive oil cruets, or vinegar cruets, or even flavored oils - you can put anything in here because they are highly functional, dishwasher safe, lead free - with an extruder. They will extrude the piece out, put a bottom on it, and put a top on it. I think it is very interesting to throw one of these. It takes some practice. You do a lot of collaring, which I will show you how to do, and patience. It is really quite fun. Usually, out of every one I make, I probably mess up one. It falls before it is done. But once I get the finished product, it is very rewarding. And I know that anybody who has used one of these and keeps them in their kitchen really, truly enjoys them. What we are doing now is we are going to make our cruets. They are going to be tall, slender forms. It is hard to work the clay to get it up to this height. A lot of times I will end up having to cut off the clay because it gets too thin. That is why I start with a little bit more than I know I am going to need. Then I open the base to about three inches. I use a clay, it is called B-mix. It is a Cone 6. It also comes in cone ten. I fire Cone 6, Cone 5 and 6. I fire it at home in an electric kiln and it is just more economical and green to fire at a lower temperature. It still vitrifies the clay and makes everything still dishwasher, oven, microwave and food safe. So, as I do this, I am pulling up the walls and I am going to cone in. Basically, this is what I am going to be doing the entire time. I want to make sure I get all the water out of the bottom of the clay while I still can reach it. This is throwing clay. This clay does not have any grog or sand in it. I think I remember when I first started throwing, I threw with clay that had grog and sand in it which made it sturdier. So, my pieces that I was throwing stood up better. This does not have any of that in it, and that is really what you want to throw with - clay that does not have any sand or grog in it. This is kind of slow and tedious. I am gently pulling up. I am not pulling up very much with each pull, just enough to bring it up. Collaring it up. It is a slow process, but it gives you time to think. I am actually almost meditating when I do this. You know, I have done it for quite a while, so I know the mechanics. My hands kind of know what to do. I can feel when it starts to wobble. So, I can just let my mind wander. That is what is so therapeutic about pottery, it is that you are just kind of in your own space and it is nice, even when you are in a community center and there are 15 other people next to you. OK, I am going to pull one more time, and then I am going to put some shapes into this because it is kind of boring right now. So, I am just about ready to make this piece mine. I can tell by looking at the hole that it may not be big enough. Let's stop. And it is not because it just fits. So, I know I want to make this a little bit larger. You are going to have to play around with your own clay body. I know my clay body shrinks at 12 percentage, which means really nothing to me. I just know that it looks like it shrinks about three quarters of an inch, and I guess that is 12 percent. I am going to take a straight edge just to kind of get my walls supporting again because they were a little bit wobbly. And they will be wobbly. That is just the nature of this kind of form. That is good because I can see that there is room there. I have tapered down the neck so it does taper down with the spout. Now I am going to carefully even out my lip. Then I want to get some movement going here. So, you want to try to envision your piece with a nice, rounded belly to it. There you go. Here is one in its leather-hard state. I have thrown it. As I have trimmed it, I have accentuated the curves in it. I did throw it with curves, but when you are trimming you can do a lot of shaping, when you are trimming your piece. I have not finished the bottom. And since it is such a long neck, I usually just bevel on a table, and then I will take a sponge and smooth out the bottom. And then, of course, place my name underneath there. There has been a lot of talk lately about how to measure the opening for your spout. Measuring the opening to one of these pieces, whether it be a soap dispenser or an olive oil cruet, is interesting. A lot of people have a lot of different ways to do it. My very scientific way is to place the spout inside the piece once it is still on the wheel in a very wet state. And then it has a lot of wiggle room. As it dries, and it still has wiggle room, I will know by then. So, the spout will fall out. It has plenty of room. Once it is in its complete state, it will be a nice snug fit. These make a perfect gift for the cook in your family. It is great. Even if you are person you are purchasing this for, or making it for, does not cook, they make excellent flower vases.


15. Wall-E Robot! - Fully 3D Printed (Sort of Works)

  • Duration: 617
  • Channel: tv
Wall-E Robot! - Fully 3D Printed (Sort of Works)

Thats right! Its finally time for Wall-E. This is a semi-functional Wall-E Robot that I created in Tinkercad, printed out on my Robo3D and painted by my wife using spray painting, airbrush painting and brush painting techniques.\r\rI have links to the files for Wall-E listed below. Please note that there are two versions of some files. These are basically for the electronic and non electronic versions. The only two files with multiple versions are the neck files and the leg bracket files. These files have “Non Electric” in the file name so theyre easy to spot.\r\rIn the electronic version of Wall-E there are 43 individual files, 84 main parts, 72 treads, and 144 pins needed. So thats a total of 300 individual parts that need to be printed.\r\rThis is a list of the electronics components that I used. However, be aware that the DC motors I chose to drive Wall-E DO NOT work. They dont have enough torque to drive him. So if you want to try to make this robot work, youll either need to redesign the legs/wheel mounts, or youll need to find a really high torque motor that is in a micro servo casing. The mounts I have built in fit micro servos specifically and it would be difficult to fit any other sized motors here.\r\rSub Micro Servo (Neck/Head):\r \rDC Motors in a Micro Servo Body (Drive Motors):\r \r\rThere were a few other components I used like an Arduino Uno to control the whole thing, a bluetooth chip to control it with my phone, and a speaker to have him make noises. But these are not specifically fitted in here, so as long as you can fit it in the body, youll be good. So you can use your favorite components for this.\r\rI also used #8 ½ inch screws and nuts to put him together and parts are fitted for these screws specifically. Youll need roughly 30 screws for this. Most of the time the screws will screw right into the plastic and you wont need the nuts, but most places have the ability to insert nuts if needed. Up to you.\r\rAlso some of the STLs will need to be printed more than once to complete Wall-E so Ill put the quantity needed in the STL file name.\r\rI really hope you enjoyed this project. Let me know what you thought. Happy printing. :)\r\r3D Files: \rThingiverse: \rYouMagine: \rPinShape: \rCults: \rMyMiniFory: \r\rThanks for Watching!\rDont forget to like and subscribe!\rFollow me on Twitter:


16. 2018 Volvo XC60 VS Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid

  • Duration: 652
  • Channel: auto
2018 Volvo XC60 VS Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid

Volvo XC60 VS Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Volvo XC60 2018 VS Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid 2018 2018 Volvo XC60 VS 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid 2018 Volvo XC60: Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, revealed the long-awaited new Volvo XC60 premium SUV at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The new car replaces Volvo's highly-successful original Volvo XC60, which in the nine years since its launch became the bestselling premium mid-sized SUV in Europe with nearly a million units sold globally. The Volvo XC60 represents around 30 per cent of Volvo's total global sales. New comfort and safety technology: The new Volvo XC60, one of the safest cars ever made, is fully-loaded with new technology. Steer Assist has been added to the ground-breaking City Safety system. A new safety system called Oncoming Lane Mitigation uses steer assist to help mitigate head-on collisions, while Volvo's Blind Spot Indication System (BLIS) now uses Steer Assist functionality to reduce the risk of lane-changing collisions. "We have focused on building a car that can deliver pleasure to all of your senses - from a commanding view of the road ahead in a beautifully appointed and calm cabin, to a safe, inspired and confident ride," said Henrik Green, Senior Vice President Product & Quality at Volvo Car Group. "We've paid particular attention to making life easier for our customers by providing them with the creature comforts and services that take the hassle out of everyday life." Pilot Assist, Volvo's advanced semi-autonomous driver assistance system, which takes care of steering, acceleration and braking on well-marked roads up to 130 km/h, is available in the new Volvo XC60 as an option... https://www.netcarshow.com/volvo/2018-xc60/ 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: Porsche continues to achieve high levels of performance over the long term. The new Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid sees the sportscar manufacturer launch a plug-in hybrid model as the flagship of a model line for the first time. The four-litre V8 engine from the Panamera Turbo is combined with an electric motor, resulting in 500 kW/680 hp of system power and outstanding power delivery: Even when just above idle speed, the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid offers an 850 Nm of torque. That means it accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 310 km/h. The boost strategy of the all-wheel drive Panamera comes from the 918 Spyder super sportscar. In the New European Driving Cycle, the average fuel consumption is 2.9 l/100 km, and the new flagship Panamera can drive on fully electric power for up to 50 kilometres. The Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid underlines the high importance of electromobility to Porsche. Unique drive concept with V8 engine and electric motor: After the successful début of the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, which uses a V6 engine together with an electric motor, Porsche is showing once again that hybrid technology has great performance potential. The new Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid combines an electric motor (100 kW/136 hp) with a V8 engine (404 kW/550 hp). The decoupler installed in the Porsche hybrid module is actuated electromechanically by an electric clutch actuator (ECA), just like in the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid. The result is short response times and a high level of comfort. As in all other second-generation Panamera models, the fast-shifting Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) with eight gears is used to transmit the power to the standard adaptive all-wheel drive system Porsche Traction Management (PTM) ... https://www.netcarshow.com/porsche/2018-panamera_turbo_s_e-hybrid/


17. Material Handling Equipments Manufacturer - www.bhavyamachinetools.com

  • Duration: 93
  • Channel: news
Material Handling Equipments Manufacturer - www.bhavyamachinetools.com

Visit at - http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com/material-handling-equipment/high-lift-trucks.html Bhavya Machine Tools is a leading manufacturer and supplier of Material handing machine in India and worldwide. We provide different types of material handing equipments including Hydraulic Hand Pallet Truck, Hydraulic & Semi Electric Stacker Series, High Lift Pallet Trucks, Hydraulic Drum Lifter, Tilter and Scissor Lift Table. Hydraulic Hand Pallet Truck equipment comprises of steering wheel mounted on handle that can turn through 50- 180 degrees to turn the fork lift clockwise or anticlockwise. Hydraulic and Semi Electric stacker series are easy to handle, use less space, are more sturdy and have increased functionality. These are specially designed to High Lift Pallet Truck heavy merchandise to high height. The Scissor Lift Table is made to high strength steel capable of withstanding high loading.


18. Semi Auto Paste Labeling Machine,Glue Labeling Machine

  • Duration: 170
  • Channel: creation
Semi Auto Paste Labeling Machine,Glue Labeling Machine

Semi Auto Paste Labeling Machine,Glue Labeling Machine Semi Auto Paste Labeling Machine http://www.printermaker.com/Paste-Labeling-Machine-p1320.html Paste Labeling Machine,Glue Labeling Machine Paste Labeling Machine,Glue Labeling Machine Application This machine is applied to label the label paper on various cylinder bottles and containers. This machine is widely used in pharmacy, foodstuff, beverage, cosmetic and chemical etc industries. Such as can, beer and various glass bottles etc. Applied label: label paper ( not adhesive sticker label) Applied product: cylinder bottle, cylinder container. Principle of work: When the sensor detects the signal of product, A piece of label paper will be sent, and then coated paste and labeling can be completed on the products automatically. Then the label units return to in situ, wait next signal. Operating progress put product automatic detect product send label paper +coated paste + labeling (automatically) remove the finished product Feature 1. Adopt original labeling technology to ensure the stability of labeling and positioning accuracy. No air bubble, no wrinkle, and raise the additional value of products. 2. The frame and shell adopt stainless steel and high class aluminium alloy anodic treatment, the useful time is long. 3. Adopt famous factory step motor to ensure high load and long period operation. 4. With PLC, clutch and electric eye control, ensure the labeling accuracy, the operation is simple and convenient, the function is stable. 5. Open frame, adjust the label paper of different sizes and change parts are all convenient. 6. Disconnect - type design for the glue-plate, frictioning knife and glue-wheel, so the cleaning is very easy. 7. The efficiency is about three to four times than manual operation, reducing labor cost, and management cost. 8. With the functions of autocorrection and automatic detection when no label. 9. With the functions of fault alarm and production counting. Specification: 1.Label width: 40-200mm 2.Label length:80-380mm 3.Products Diameter: Diameter : φ30mm-φ120mm Height : 30mm-230mm 4.Max Labeling speed: 35pcs /min 5.Accuracy of labeling:±1mm 6.Power: 220V/110V 50/60Hz 80W 7.Machine Net Weihgt : 45KG 8.Machine Dimension: 630mm x 430mm x 330 mm


19. Pioneer Surgicals In Pune

  • Duration: 91
  • Channel: creation
Pioneer Surgicals In Pune

Web: www.pioneersurgicalspune.com “Pioneer Surgicals” are a coveted organization that in engaged in manufacturing, exporting, wholesaling and supplying of an unbeatable range of Patient Bed, Hospital Equipment, Commode Chair, Exercising Gym Equipment, Wheelchair, Medical Equipment and Oxygen Cylinder. Our offered range comprises Semi Fowler Bed, Air Bed Bubble Type, Electric ICU Bed, Air Bed Interchangeable Tube, Hospital Water Bed, Fowler Bed, and Walker with Wheel, Adults Diaper, Walking Stick & Crutch, Adjustable Height Commode Chair, Wall Mounted Folding Commode, Commode Riser and many more. The entire range of product is manufactured using quality-approved raw material, which is highly demanded in the market by our esteemed clients. All our products are available in varied sizes, designs and technical specifications.


20. Heritage Tourism: Interview with Master Potter ChalkyMount Clay#1

  • Duration: 72
  • Channel: news
Heritage Tourism: Interview with Master Potter ChalkyMount Clay#1

Trailer - Chalky Mount Clay #1: Caribbean Culture Holidays & the Magical Chalky Mount Potter. Here is this teaser video you will get a feel for Barbados' and meet John Springer Master Potter & Professor who knows Barbados well. See the full blog at goo.gl/WNve3b. Enjoy Johns amazing artistry as he needs, molds and shapes pots and jugs from chunks of clay. As he modestly says, "I’ve been a potter for many years but one thing that never fails to amaze me is seeing another potter at work. It’s like Magic how the clay molds and shapes on the potter wheel". “One thing that sets this Chalky Mount Pottery apart is that we have over 250 years of culture. There was one point in time when the utensils used in our homes were pottery from right here in the village. And we also use our local materials that are from right here in the village." VideoBlog by PersonaHolidays