3D printers need 50 watts to 1900 watts, generally depend on its size to work between 30° to 300°C. 3D printer can use electricity for operating as per the requirement of manufacturing design, complex shape, the material being used for casting, filament energy consumption to heat the material, threshold temperature for filament and print bed, etc. It also depends upon the type of methods used to heat filaments, material for fusing like Stereolithographic (SLA), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Digital Light Process (DLP), EBM, MJF, etc. 3D printing is the process of manufacturing 3-D solid objects from digital files using a
Lip is an important visible body part that can help us to hold, suck and swallow food. The muscles of the lips allow us to easily communicate our emotions through facial expressions. It also helps us to play various wind instruments such as flute and saxophone by regulating airflow. The color and size of lips play a crucial role in sexual attraction in both men and women.
No, ducks don’t have teeth similar to humans do. However, some of the ducks may have a bill (or beak) with sharp serrated edges. Ducks use serrated bills for catching and grasping slippery food items such as fish and vegetation. They also use them to filter water and food. These tiny bristles may look like teeth but they are not their true teeth.
Enhancing the flavor of beer and the ability to drink more beer are the two prominent reasons why people put salt in their beer. There are several other reasons also to add salt in beer such as no frequent peeing, a family tradition, peer pressure, someone cool is doing it, and many more. Note that the excessive consumption of beer can led to the condition of beer potomania. Have you ever seen your friends adding salt to beer? Well many people add salt to beer for different reasons such as salt enhances the flavor of the beer, helps them
A galaxy is a huge ocean of space consist of gas, dust, stars, planets, black hole, and many more that are held together with the force of gravity. We live on planet Earth which is a tiny part of the Milky Way galaxy. Our planet Earth is part of the solar system which is also a small part of the Milky Way Galaxy. There are so many galaxies in our universe that we can’t even count but according to astronomers, there are about 125 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Similar to other galaxies, our Milky Way galaxy is
Yes, elephants have teeth. They have 26 teeth which include 12 deciduous premolars, 12 molars & 2 tusks as the elongated incisors. These strong premolar and molar teeth help them to chew tough vegetation. The elephant is the largest terrestrial mammal living on the Earth. They are herbivorous animals that rely on grasses, shrubs, roots, branches, tree barks & other vegetation, etc. for their survival. They have generally 26 teeth comprising 12 deciduous premolars, 12 molars & 2 tusks as the elongated incisors. Elephants are generally polyphyodont which has 4 to 6 cycles of teeth replacement throughout their lifespan.
A typical spider can live for 1 to 2 months without eating food. Due to uncertainty in the food supply, spiders have evolved such that they can regulate their metabolism according to their environment. Spiders generally have a low metabolism rate compared to similar-sized ectothermic poikilotherms (50% of the expected for their size). Low metabolic rate and carnivorous diet help spiders to survive without food for a long period.
It is not scientifically proven yet but yes, it is possible that spiders do fart. The reasons for flatulence in spider can be ingestion of air during sucking liquid diet or the gas produced by bacteria during the breakdown of liquid food in the stercoral sac.
Predators such as insectivorous birds, amphibians, reptiles, spider wasps, monkeys, other arachnids feed on spiders. Even some species of spiders such as wolf spiders and jumping spiders eat other spiders. Some species of male spiders are killed and eaten by their female spiders after mating. A deep-fried spider is one of the popular snacks in the town of Skuon, Cambodia.
Spiders are not insects, instead, they belong to arachnids. Spiders have two body segments, eight legs, multiple simple eyes, no antennae, and wings while insects have three body segments, six legs, one or two pairs of wings, and a pair of antennae. Therefore, spiders are not insects. Spiders are also not bugs because bugs are part of the Hemiptera order which belongs to the Insecta class. All bugs are insects and spiders are not insects. Therefore spiders are not considered bugs.