The final application of the part will ultimately determine which material the part would be spun from, balancing all the limitations and advantages of each material. On some spinnings it’s an easy call, while others are a tougher decision. If you or your engineering departments are on the fence with a steel vs. aluminum dilemma, please contact the authority on metal spinnings at Wenzel Metal Spinning, Inc. and we will be happy to provide you with our expert opinion and supporting information. Additional information about steel and aluminum can be found on our materials page.
I am in currently in about 35000 in credit card debt, my husband lost his job and after going through the savings started using the credit cards. this was over a year ago. I’m over my head because I can’t seem to lower my debt ag all. I’m current in my mortgage payments. i recently applied for a home modification and was approved. I would like to get rid of the credit card payments because all my paycheck goes paying the minimum only and soon I won’t be able to afford food. I’m looking into going through bankrupcy but would like to keep my house. I own 2 cars which I finished paying already and don’t want to jeopordize the cars. I haven’t tried negotiating the debt with the companies yet. Should I try that first? . I live in Illinois. What would be the best recommendation?
Might young women be avoiding computers because they’ve absorbed stereotypes telling them that they’re not smart enough, or that they’re “only for boys”? No. As per Shashaani 1997 , “[undergraduate] females strongly agreed with the statement ‘females have as much ability as males when learning to use computers’, and strongly disagreed with the statement ‘studying about computers is more important for men than for women’. On a scale of 1-5, where 5 represents complete certainty in gender equality in computer skills, and 1 completely certainty in inequality, the average woman chooses ; the average male . This seems to have been true since the very beginning of the age of personal computers: Smith 1986 finds that “there were no significant differences between males and females in their attitudes of efficacy or sense of confidence in ability to use the computer, contrary to expectation…females [showed] stronger beliefs in equity of ability and competencies in use of the computer.” This is a very consistent result and you can find other studies corroborating it in the bibliographies of both papers.