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What makes the Product Reviews So Important

Creating Tilapia Fish that you have purchased and used can be very useful for others who are thinking of buying that same item. The great thing about this process is that you can create reviews of anything, from an eraser to a Lamborghini.

Unfortunately, the internet is full of reviews that are generally crap and because of a reader when it comes to buying something new. Many of these reviews are super charged with negative criticism or it seems that the same product owner has written the review and wants to sell more.

Here is a basic guide on how to create your own reviews.

Step 1: Before writing your review, know the product.

  1. Research the product.

To create reviews as complete as possible, it is not enough to just use the product on most occasions, but to extend your knowledge about that product.

Read the page of the creator or company that manufactures the product is an essential part of the process. If in some way you do not have access to the official website, remember that in most cases each product has an included manual. Keep in mind that this only serves to obtain technical characteristics, know how to use the product correctly and this information will complement your review.

Research products that compete directly with this product to know the pros and cons they have in comparison. The contrast between products will help your readers understand the differences and accept or reject a product.

  1. Get the product.

Sounds obvious, but, there are people who do reviews without having used the product. Those reviews are the worst. Buying or renting the product is the easiest way to create a review. With a little luck and perseverance, some companies may have sample products or sometimes they can give you the product so you can review, test and review your opinions.

If you have a blog, like mine, and you want to publish reviews, contact companies through emails, phone calls, traditional mail or even telegraph. Well, maybe not by telegraph, but in extreme cases it is necessary to go in person if your location allows it. Be sure to make clear what type of blog you write and the traffic you receive on a monthly basis. And please keep your messages short and straight to the subject. You don’t know how many requests that company should receive every month.

Large or corporate companies generally hire marketing agencies or sales representatives. If that is the case, you should locate that agency or agent and send your proposal directly to them.

  1. Use the product.

Now, the fun part is using and knowing the product for yourself is perhaps the most important thing when creating reviews. Readers are looking for genuine information, with experience with the product that until now has had doubts whether they should buy or not.

Document your reviews. Write notes, take photos or record videos of your experience. Show your followers that you have actually tried the product. This will give credibility to your review.

Control your emotions by documenting your reviews. If a product is good, it must be because it really is and not because you are a fan of the brand. Be objective.

How did 3d printing emerge?

3D printing is taking the world by storm. Even since their inception, 3d printers have continuously become more and more powerful. They started out printing small plastic blocks and have by now moved on to printing tools, decorations, prosthetics, even gun parts.

3D printer’s golden hands

We are on the threshold of an age where we will be able to print just about anything we want – from evening shoes to toys and tools, to firearms. How much is true in the announcement that 3D printers will bring us a new industrial revolution?

After the unexpectedly tumultuous development of computers, we are approaching the limit of digital technology development. There are no more new processors, each of which is at least three times faster than its predecessor. New video units are only moderately different from the previous generation, supercomputers and artificial intelligence have slowed significantly, and monitor makers are scattering the stereoscopic 3D technology found back in 1838.

For over a decade, the computer industry relied on repackaging old technology into new enclosures, so we had smaller laptops, palmtop, and tablets.

None of this was fundamentally new, so users were already tired of changing colors and masks on their “smartphones”.

And then a miracle happened, the 3D printer emerged, announcing a new paradigm in the digital age. The result of a computer no longer has to be just an imprint of one’s imagination in a virtual space, which will disappear with the shutdown. Now, this is an item that you can touch, that has its own weight and, after exiting the printer, is virtually indistinguishable from something made in a conventional way, with a lot of manual or machine work.

At first glance, it would be said that there is nothing epochal in 3D printing – the material is brought in liquid, powder or molten state and then, one by one voxel (a compound of the word volume and pixel), somehow address the desired points, so that the material on the desired places harden. Similar to the way a dot matrix 2D printer draws pixel by pixel on paper, the new generation of printers creates an object in three dimensions, voxel by voxel. How that?

How does a 3D printer work?

Although not all 3D printers work in the same way, they have one thing in common: Unlike subtractive machines (lathes, drills, saws) that take away excess material from a large chunk of material, 3D printers are additive: they start with “nothing” and the product they create by adding material point by point, or at least line by line. This material may be molten plastic, which is selectively deposited along the X-axis by an extruder. When one line is completed, the dispenser head returns moves one voxel along the Y-axis and repeats the process. After completion of one horizontal layer, the started object is lowered by one voxel, and everything is repeated with the next Z coordinate.

The building is therefore constructed from layers of molten plastic, which is immediately cooled and cured. Typically, ABS or biodegradable PLA-shaped plastic is used, which is mechanically brought to the melting point in a moving 3D printer extruder. Along with the material for the construction of the building, there is also a material for the temporary filling of the empty parts of the building, which is chemically removed after completion of the work by immersion in hydrochloric acid.

This enables printing of forms that might otherwise be impracticable- Imagine, for example, how a printer would make a figure of a man with his hands down, because while making the bottom-up, his hands would hang in the air (since the hands had not yet been printed) and every subsequent layer would fall on the substrate. In addition to plastic, a variety of other materials can be used, such as rubber, synthetic stone, and even food, so you can print the cake of your desired shape with chocolate and caramel decorations. There are also giant 3D printers that build homes made of special concrete.