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Hinshaw J.V.,Honeycomb
LC-GC Europe | Year: 2015

The transit of peaks through a gas chromatography (GC) column depends strongly on the thermal profile they encounter on the way. Gas chromatographers primarily rely on the classic hot-air-bath type of oven, but several alternatives are also in use. This instalment examines ovens for GC in several forms plus how oven thermals affect peak retention behaviour. © 2015 Advanstar Communications Inc. All rights reserved.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2016-02-15

Dietary supplements. Fruit-flavored beverages.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2016-03-08

Leather and imitation leather; animal skins; trunks and suitcases; umbrellas; parasols and walking sticks; whips, harness and saddlery; wallets; coin purses; credit card cases; leather credit card wallets; sports bags; vanity cases sold empty; collars for animals; clothing for animals; net bags for shopping. Clothing, namely, pants and short pants; footwear; headgear, namely, hats and caps; shirts; clothing of leather or imitation of leather, namely, pants and short pants; belts being clothing; fur coats; gloves; scarves; neckties; hosiery; socks; bedroom slippers; beach, ski or sports footwear; underwear.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2014-05-22

casual clothing, namely tops and bottoms; tank tops; t-shirts; hoodies; headwear, namely, hats, caps, toques. charitable fundraising services. operation of climbing wall and bouldering facilities; recreational programs and day camps in the field of climbing; entertainment services, namely, hosting birthday parties; organizing community events and parties featuring climbing related activities; arranging, conducting and sponsoring climbing competitions; organizing and sponsoring community sporting events; organizing and conducting sporting events, the proceeds of which are donated to charity.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2014-05-22

casual clothing, namely tops and bottoms; tank tops; t-shirts; hoodies; headwear, namely, hats, caps, toques. charitable fundraising services. providing fitness and exercise facilities; yoga and fitness instruction; operation of climbing wall and bouldering facilities; recreational programs and day camps featuring climbing instruction; entertainment services, namely, hosting birthday parties; organizing community events and parties featuring fitness related activities; arranging, conducting and sponsoring climbing competitions; organizing and sponsoring community sporting events; organizing and conducting sporting events, the proceeds of which are donated to charity.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2014-01-30

Audio electronic components, namely, surround sound systems; Audio speakers; Consumer electronic products, namely, audio amplifiers, audio speakers, audio receivers, electrical audio and speaker cables and connectors, audio decoders, video decoders, speakers, power conversion devices, power converters, and power inverters; Loud speaker systems; Loud speakers; Wireless indoor and outdoor speakers.


Trademark
Honeycomb | Date: 2016-10-21

Computer software; server software; operating software; computer software and hardware relating to the collection, aggregation, processing, management, storage and transmission of data; all the aforesaid goods for use in connection with the distribution of advertisements between advertising agencies, posthouses, media agencies, brands, publishers and broadcasters and online publishers. Collection, preparation, composition, processing, acquisition and provision of business information, data, statistics and indices; electronic data processing; commercial information services provided by access to a computer database; information and advisory services in respect of the aforesaid; all the aforesaid services for use in connection with the distribution of advertisements between advertising agencies, posthouses, media agencies, brands, publishers and broadcasters and online publishers. Design, development, installation and maintenance of computer software; consulting services in the field of computer hardware and software; providing temporary use of non-downloadable software; providing software as a service (SaaS); providing non-downloadable software over a network or Internet, including providing non-downloadable software relating to the collection, aggregation, processing, management, storage and transmission of data; computer software technical support services; computerised data storage services; storage of business information, data, statistics and indices; all the aforesaid goods for use in connection with the distribution of advertisements between advertising agencies, posthouses, media agencies, brands, publishers and broadcasters and online publishers.


News Article | December 10, 2013
Site: 3dprintingindustry.com

Kenan O’Keefe explained to me that, since he discovered CAD in high school thanks to an effective pre-engineering track, he was able to cultivate his skills and passion with 3D modelling tools like AutoCAD and Inventor. And, as a student at Carnegie Mellon, he continued improving because he could use a student license to work with such powerful parametric CAD programs.  Then, graduation approached and, like many soon-to-be graduates, he freaked out thinking about the “real” world. For Kenan, the real world meant losing his student licenses and, therefore, a lack of access to such great, but expensive CAD tools. Upon graduation, Kenan found himself stuck between paying thousands of dollars for something like Solidworks or using free 3D modeling programs like SketchUp. SketchUp might work for some entry-level designers, but after having gotten used to the more robust suites he’d been using for the past nine years of his life, free tools just weren’t up to snuff.  Rather than wait around for someone else to develop a suitable CAD program that was powerful enough for tinkerers like himself, without the attached price tag, he developed his own. After using a technology that allows for 3D rendering in one’s web browser, WebGL, Kenan came up with a parametric CAD program that can also be run through your browser. Three months of development and Honeycomb is finally ready for beta testing.  Here, you can watch a video of how it works below: As you can tell, the program’s interface is pretty simple. Like Inventor or Solidworks, users can draw 2D images, which can then be extruded or revolved to create 3D shapes. Kenan is in the process of developing a feature-tree work environment where users can return to previous mathematical steps and edit them to modify a given model. The software is compatible with 3D printing so that you can download your model as an .stl file or send it to online services like Shapeways or Thingiverse. You can sign up to be a beta tester right now by following this link to the Honeycomb website.  The software is completely free, and will remain so, but will eventually operate on a freemium principle, allowing users to pay for extended features. Kenan is in the process of seeking funding and a co-founder so that he can get Honeycomb off the ground and get all of the little Makerbees the tools they need to start making pure, 3D-printed honey. Now, if only we could get everyone’s high school to be as good as Kenan’s. Of course, we wouldn’t want the tracking system to create students like Daniel Desario (James Franco) in Freaks and Geeks:


WESTMONT, N.J., Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeycomb Sound LLC announces the launch of their new wireless Bluetooth® portable speaker, the model HC-1, available in silver with white trim, and black with red trim for $149.  Derived from nature's own honeycomb cell design, the speake...

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