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Archive for November, 2013

Discover How Pottery Is Made

Written by admin. Posted in A pottery wheel, Pottery kiln, Skutt kilns

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Pottery is a type of ceramic material which is formed by firing, or heating clay. Pottery is one of the oldest crafts known to mankind. Examples of pottery have been found going as far back as 29,000 BCE. Pottery also appears to be a very universal craft. Pottery artifacts have been found belonging to a number of different civilizations across every continent.

All pottery begins as clay, which is then shaped into the desired shape. This shaping process can occur a number of ways, the easiest of which is to simply use one’s hands to shape the clay. However, more advanced pottery makers will often use a device called a pottery wheel. A pottery wheel is a spinning wheel upon which the clay is placed. As the wheel spins, the pottery maker uses their hands to shape the clay. The spinning motion allows the clay to be

Blister Packaging is a Vital Piece of the Pharmaceutical Industry

Written by admin. Posted in Clinical manufacturing, Clinical packaging and labelling

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When you have a headache, it can be a serious hassle to try to fuss with tightly sealed packages that hold aspirin or the other meds you need. When all you want to do is take a pill and hop in bed, struggling to open the package can be an unwelcomed hassle. However, pharmaceutical blister packaging is often used to seal and protect unit dose pharmaceuticals in the United States and, though it can be a pain to get packages open from time to time, clinical manufacturing companies play an important role. Without them, the pills and other items that you need for your headache and ailments might not maintain their effectiveness while they are in the process of being transported to your cabinet.

There are several different types of blister packaging and they can all be customized to meet the needs of specific