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Epson PaperLab - World's First Dry Process Paper Recycle In-Office Machine
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Epson PaperLab - World's First Dry Process Paper Recycle In-Office Machine

Epson PaperLab A-8000 - is an in-Office Paper Recycling Machine, considered the best Paper Shredder money can buy. It is also the World First Dry Process Paper Recycle Machine. Printer giant Epson has developed an in-office paper recycling machine, called the PaperLab A-8000, you put waste paper in and then new, bright white printer paper comes out. Epson says Paperlab is capable of generating up to 14 sheets of A4 paper per minute and up to 6,720 sheets per day. That’s 13 reams of paper per day. If the machine was run every day for 50 weeks of the year, it could make 4550 reams of paper and at $4.50 per ream that is an approx $20,475 dollars in savings each year not having to buy new paper. Thanks for watching ___________________________________________________________________ CREDIT LINKS ► Epson Corporate Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/epsoncorp ► Epson Corporate Website - https://global.epson.com _____________________________________________________________________ 🔔 🔔 WONDER WORLD CHANNEL & VIDEO INFORMATION 🔔 🔔 🔵 Wonder World Twitter - https://twitter.com/WonderWorld_YTC ✅ For personal story suggestions or business enquiries about product stories / reviews, please contact me on my email from the ABOUT page. Note: All suggestions are welcome, but may not be chosen as they are not suitable for this channel. ❌ COPYRIGHT : Please do not ask for permission to use footage in this video, or the whole video itself, as the ownership of all footage remains that of the owners who gave me permission to use it. If you want to use any of the footage click on the links above and seek permission from the owners.
Manta5 Hydrofoiler XE-1 - World's First Hydrofoil E-Bike
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Manta5 Hydrofoiler XE-1 - World's First Hydrofoil E-Bike

Manta5 Hydrofoiler XE-1 is the world's first water-bike that replicates the cycling experience, on water. The XE-1 all terrain hydrofoil bike can cruise through choppy waters, carve up oceans and relax on the river. The Hydrofoiler has been in production for seven years and went through seven prototypes before Manta5 arrived at the finished product. The carbon-fiber reinforced nylon propeller produces thrust at low speeds and reduces drag at top speed powered by a lithium ion battery that lasts up to an hour of ride time this battery can be easily removed and charged from a standard outlet which takes about five hours an onboard heads-up display shows battery level distance and speed which caps out at 13 miles per hour or 21 kilometers per hour propelled by a 460 watt brushless ebike motor three levels of assistance are available to the rider. You can ride on oceans, rivers and lakes, handling moderate chop and swell. The front tiller section of the Hydrofoiler self-levels and help to punch through chop and over swell as you ride. Bike Material Details: Strengthened carbon fibre which is set with high performance epoxies (front and rear hydrofoils) Aircraft grade TIG welded 606-T6 aluminium (frame) Vacuum formed ASA plastic (buoyancy modules) All fixtures have been designed and made to avoid corrosion. Price = $8,990.00 as of 12/3/22 on their website Thanks for watching. ____________________________________________________________________ CREDIT LINKS ► Manta5 Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsVPj0IR6D7X8J5pmeV8Fiw ► Manta5 Website - https://manta5.com ► LeeZa Shrestha Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoT-5busILCAdb75FxH4v5g ★ Water Pedal Tricycle Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFg9vHbbjTA ____________________________________________________________________ ► Wonder World Twitter - https://twitter.com/WonderWorld_YTC ★ For personal story suggestions or business enquiries about product stories / reviews, please contact me on my email from the ABOUT page. Note: All suggestions are welcome, but may not be chosen as they are not suitable for this channel. ★★ NOTE: Please do not ask for permission to use footage in this video, or the whole video itself, as the ownership of all footage remains that of the owners who gave me permission to use it. If you want to use any of the footage click on the links above and seek permission from the owners.
Sniper robot treats 500k plants per hour with 95% less chemicals | Challengers
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Sniper robot treats 500k plants per hour with 95% less chemicals | Challengers

This “intelligent sharpshooter” farming robot distinguishes crops from weeds — and it could help feed 10 billion people. Subscribe to Freethink on YouTube ► https://freeth.ink/youtube-subscribe Up next, The futuristic farms that will feed the world ► https://youtu.be/KfB2sx9uCkI The world population will hit 10 billion around the year 2050. We must use our farmland efficiently in order to feed everyone, and one solution is to employ autonomous robots. One of these robots is an "intelligent sharpshooter" that can distinguish crops from weeds — and then it shoots them with the appropriate treatment. Because of such high precision, the robot uses 95% less chemicals than traditional sprayers. The robot also scans the entire farm and is able to geolocate each plant accurately within centimeters. Watch on Freethink.com ► https://www.freethink.com/series/challengers/intelligent-farm-robot ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ Read more of our stories on the future of agriculture: Farming robot kills 200,000 weeds per hour with lasers ► https://www.freethink.com/technology/farming-robot Supermarket uses hydroponic farm to grow veggies onsite ► https://www.freethink.com/environment/hydroponic-farm The challenges of wireless farming technologies – like transmitting data through mud ► https://www.freethink.com/environment/agricultural-internet-of-things ◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡ Watch our original series: ► Hard Reset: https://freeth.ink/youtube-hard-reset ► Just Might Work: https://freeth.ink/youtube-just-might-work ► Challengers: https://freeth.ink/youtube-challengers ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ About Freethink No politics, no gossip, no cynics. At Freethink, we believe the daily news should inspire people to build a better world. While most media is fueled by toxic politics and negativity, we focus on solutions: the smartest people, the biggest ideas, and the most ground breaking technology shaping our future. ◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡ Enjoy Freethink on your favorite platforms: ► Daily editorial features: http://www.freethink.com​ ► Solutions-based stories, straight to your inbox: https://www.freethink.com/subscribe ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freethinkmedia​ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freethink​ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/freethinkmedia​ ► Join the Freethink forum: http://www.facebook.com/groups/freethinkforum
The secret lab making the most sustainable food in the world | Just Might Work by Freethink
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The secret lab making the most sustainable food in the world | Just Might Work by Freethink

The secret lab making the most sustainable food in the world | Pasi Vainikka | Solar Foods Subscribe to Freethink on YouTube ►► https://freeth.ink/youtube-subscribe Up next ►► The Futuristic Farms That Will Feed the World | Freethink | Future of Food https://youtu.be/KfB2sx9uCkI Solar Foods is a startup making food out of thin air. While we currently produce more than enough food to feed the world — making hunger, maddeningly, a problem of access, not abundance — that abundance comes at a steep environmental cost. As plant-based alternatives to meat are growing in popularity and market share, their production still requires large-scale agricultural processes. And while growing crops has a smaller carbon footprint than raising animals, that does not mean it accounts for nothing. Solar Foods believes the answer to a more sustainable food source is to not count on better agricultural practices or consuming less animal products — or the entire field of food production at all. To create this new, sustainable food source, Solar Foods has created a novel form of food — a protein made from single-cell organisms called Solein. Needing primarily electricity and water, single-cell proteins can potentially be grown in the harshest of Earth environments as well. Places where traditional agriculture is difficult to impossible could produce their own sustainable food. Read the full story here ►►https://www.freethink.com/series/justmightwork/sustainable-food ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ Read more of our stories on sustainable food: These pioneers are building the sustainable food systems of tomorrow ►► https://www.freethink.com/environment/these-pioneers-are-building-the-sustainable-food-systems-of-tomorrow Floating farm takes sustainable agriculture to the next level ►► https://www.freethink.com/environment/sustainable-agriculture-floating-farm A look inside farms of the future ►► https://www.freethink.com/series/future-of-food?media_id=Q3JLmTHW ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ About Freethink No politics, no gossip, no cynics. At Freethink, we believe the daily news should inspire people to build a better world. While most media is fueled by toxic politics and negativity, we focus on solutions: the smartest people, the biggest ideas, and the most ground breaking technology shaping our future. ◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡◡ Watch our original series: ► Hard Reset: https://freeth.ink/youtube-hard-reset ► Just Might Work: https://freeth.ink/youtube-just-might-work ► Challengers: https://freeth.ink/youtube-challengers Enjoy Freethink on your favorite platforms: ► Daily editorial features: http://www.freethink.com​ ► Solutions-based stories, straight to your inbox: https://www.freethink.com/subscribe ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freethinkmedia​ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freethink​ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/freethinkmedia​ ► Join the Freethink forum: http://www.facebook.com/groups/freethinkforum
Swedish father and son duo build functional recycling machine operated by MAGPIES | SWNS
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SWNS

Swedish father and son duo build functional recycling machine operated by MAGPIES | SWNS

A Swedish father and his son have created a fully functional recycling machine run by the MAGPIES that live in their neighbourhood. Tomas Morsing, 57, came up with the idea several years ago but it wasn't until he retired that he found the time to develop the idea with the help of his 20-year-old son Olof. Tomas and Olof, from Gothenburg, Sweden, built the magpie feeder and recycler in February last year and they have been altering and improving their design since. The basic principle involves magpies picking up litter and placing it in a compartment where it is sorted so that seeds can be released for the hungry birds. As of January 2022, the father and son had recorded 5,000 magpies approaching the contraption to give their offerings and had collected between 1,500 and 9,000 pieces of litter. At the end of 2020, Tomas, who works in the pharmaceutical industry, started working part-time which enabled him to focus on new innovative projects. With the help of his son, who always had an interest in maths, programming, and engineering, the 57-year-old was able to bring his idea to life. Subscribe to our channel to be the first to see our viral, breaking news videos. Twitter.com/swns Instagram.com/swns ** This content is being managed by SWNS. To licence for editorial or commercial use please contact licensing@swns.com 0117 9066550** #SWNS #southwestnews #Recycling #Magpies #Software #Program #HomemadeInvention