Day: September 15, 2020

New York Homeowners: Tips For A Successful Kitchen Renovation

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Getting your kitchen ready for your contractor will make the project run smoother.
Getting your kitchen ready for your contractor will make the project run smoother. (Shutterstock)

Fall is on its way here in New York state, and it’s time to put away the lawn mower and gardening tools and turn your eye to indoor projects. Why not start with a kitchen renovation and give the most popular room in the house a new look? No matter what your budget, kitchen remodels are a great way to update your home.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One

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Pattern Acquires Enlisted Design to Create Industry-first Ecommerce Solution Led by Data and Design

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Pattern, a leading global ecommerce platform, today announced its acquisition of Enlisted Design, an award-winning, industrial design, packaging, branding and digital design agency. The announcement follows the recent closing of Pattern’s inaugural round of outside funding—a $52M investment.

With the acquisition of Enlisted Design, Pattern is able to permanently change the ecommerce landscape as it combines data and design to build brands and products people love. This new offering will give Pattern’s brand partners a consistent leadership advantage and the ability to further differentiate themselves in an often crowded marketplace by providing an ecommerce experience to truly rival that of the traditional in-person brick and mortar store.

“Enlisted Design is full of highly talented designers and thinkers, and I couldn’t be more excited to work with them to give our partners an entirely new element to the Pattern offering,”

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Home Decor | Hackaday

Where does your mind go when you think of 3D printed parts? Running off hard to find replacement components? Maybe spinning up a bespoke electronics enclosure? Occasionally the little boat that you can compare to the little boats of others online? All reasonable enough answers. But thanks to the work of [Matthew Wentworth], you might have a new mental image to associate with the smell of melting PLA: decorative Portuguese Azulejo tiles.

As difficult as it might be to believe, the tiles you’re seeing here weren’t made on some exotic ceramic printer, but a standard Prusa i3 MK3. Well, at least they started on the 3D printer. As you might have guessed, there’s a bit more involved than that.

That said, the idea is actually quite simple. The printed “tile” is just the base plate, plus the raised elements that will eventually be seen on the surface. Everything else is

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Interior excellence allows Saint Joseph to upend Adams | Sports

SOUTH BEND — Toiling in the trenches on both sides of the football for the better part of four quarters, South Bend Saint Joseph two-way lineman Michael Conery should’ve walked away Friday covered in mud and grass and maybe even a bit of blood.

Instead, after running around on the synthetic surface that is Father Bly Field, Conery settled for a whole lot of sweat. Oh, and a smile. On Senior Night. In September.

Conery and the Indians controlled the line of scrimmage when the game was there for the taking, which allowed Saint Joseph to take it. The Indians put together a big-time scoring drive when a big-time scoring drive was needed, then followed with a big-time defensive stop to even their record at 2-2 and win their Northern Indian Conference North Division opener, 21-14.

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