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Automated Emails Extraction Tool which will extract emails from web pages and save them into user's cloud storage

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Mail Dump go through with every web page it visits and extract emails from those web pages. It also save emails to user’s account.

User can export current mails as well as saved mails at any time.

Mail Dump has very unique Auto Crawl feature, it can crawl given urls list or current page domain and export extract emails when crawling process is finished. So you can go to any website you desire to crawl and just press ‘Crawl Current Domain’ within several minutes it will dump your mail list.

Note: There is a limitation on Crawl Current Domain feature, it only crawl 100 pages deep.

Happy dumping : )

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Hey guys,

We are engaging a couple new contract manufacturers in China and would like to have them sign a non-disclosure/non-compete agreement. The standard in China is similar to our NDA agreements and is called an NNN agreement. Does anyone have a good template for an NNN agreement they would be willing to share?

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Not sure if this is the right subreddit to ask this, but I have a question about how I go about getting around a patent for a design that looks very very similar to mine. It is a very simple design which is composed of one piece of material bent at different angle. The patent was quite vague in terms that of what materials it would be made out of and at what angles the bends would be. From the preliminary research I did, I found no existing products using the patent. Please give me your thoughts. Thanks.

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Hi there.

I am looking for a supplier, which could make a 8S1P battery for me:

1) Source genuine 18650 cells (HG2 or VTC6),
2) Weld cells together using tabs (according to my drawings)
3) Solder wires to the tabs (for the BMS and the output)
4) Final test the pack (solder and weld quality only)

Can anyone recommend such supplier (on or offshore)?

Any advice on the process of finding such supplier?

Thanks!

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I run a startup focused on productized services (https://fullservice.co)

We basically consider Bootstrappers/Founders of tech companies to be our "dream" clients.

One thing we noticed was:

If money is tight, and you're just starting out, it's hard to justify buying services from third-parties, especially if you have an unproven idea with an MVP which is maybe finished but not really tested.

So: What kind of service is a huge pain in the butt, related to marketing/outreach and would be worth between 50-500$ / month (we figured this amount is OK even if you bootstrap) to you?

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Hey,

So my little startup is doing really well but I'm running out of space. Currently running the business (ecommerce / small scale manufacturing) out of our spare room but running out of space quickly (mostly storage space for larger inventory and extra 3d printers).

Ideally I'm looking to find a 200-250 sq foot space to rent. I can't do the typical office co-worker spaces though because of the printers running but this amount of space seems too small for most commercial/industrial locations. Wondering what people do when they begin their start ups?

Our lease isn't up until February so thats quite a while to wait. Only option I can think is to find a garage to rent but most of them are for storage/parking only and don't allow work in there. (Also a grey area because business licenses and such)

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I'm building a hardware device and I'd like to find a wide aspect ratio display panel, sort of like this size but needs to be graphic and not character or segmented. Something similar to the touchbar on a MacBook Pro would also work, but about half the width is all I need. Also don't need such high quality, resolution, etc., even monochromatic panels are fine.

The prototype is using several smaller displays to accomplish the wider aspect ratio needed, but obviously that's not ideal for a few reasons.

If you know of a manufacturer or a part number that fit this description I'd be forever grateful -- I'll even send you a free prototype if I can use it. Can't share much more info about the product just yet though so I know that's not much of an incentive, but thanks for reading!

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I would really appreciate your feedback and insights on relaunching our products...

So, a couple of years ago we launched a hardware platform with amazing wireless including WiFi ac MiMo, Bluetooth 4.2 and a mobile broadband modem called PixiePro under the brand Treats 4 Geeks.

We didn't really expect much out of it, but to our surprise we sold all of our inventory within 3 weeks. Amazingly enough, more than 90% of our customers were companies and engineers working on professional solutions and they were asking for professional support and asking us to quote higher volumes. We weren't really prepared for that, so we basically took a couple of steps back to a do minor redesign to the board and basically create a new, professional strategy with higher volume customers in mind.

A lot has happened since and it took way longer than expected, but we are finally here (again)! We relaunched our company last month as Code & Modules Inc., and renamed the product to PixieBoard PRO+, opened an office in California and got the product certified (FCC for US and IC for Canada).

We also just received our very first batch of the certified version and are finally ready to go again!

So, the main (updated) features are:

  • NXP i.MX6 QuadPlus Application Processor (Cortex A9) (extended temperature range)
  • 4GB of RAM
  • LTE 4G (and 3G), WiFi ac MiMo + Bluetooth 4.2 + GPS/GLNSS
  • 9-axis IMU
  • microHDMI, optical/analog audio, USB, expansion ports, etc.
  • Arch Linux (kernel 4.9) drivers and libs (production ready).

I would love to hear what you think about our product, what do you think it's missing and what can we do to make it's adoption easy for you. Would you consider using it for your next project? Why or why not?

Also, what can you share from your experience selling hardware online? Did you only sell directly to customers? What about selling on Amazon, did it work for you?

I truly appreciate any thoughts and insights you can provide, as we understand this is a never-ending journey of constant improvement, but we are happy to be part of the hardware community again!

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When you are working on the physical design of a new product, do you consider 3D printing for anything beyond a prototype? And why?

I'll say I'm biased toward yes, because I work at a production 3D printing service, with one of the largest printer farms in the world, that does 5-10000 units per week. I'm an engineer at Slant3D. But I'm curious as to why people seem to be dubious of the process when it is no longer expensive, bad quality, or even slow. Especially with the large services like Slant, Voodoo and the new HP options coming up.

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"Foundery" is a platform that congregates individuals with skills around world-changing visions. If you have a great idea, and need teammates to help you bring your idea to life, look no further! This being a subreddit comprised of inventors and aspiring entrepreneurs, it seems fitting that we share our product here. "Foundery" is only a year old and certainly still has its quirks. If you choose to give the platform a shot, and have any complaints, questions, or critisisms, don't hesisate to reach out in the comments section or at [team@wearefoundery.com](mailto:team@wearefoundery.com).

Here she is: https://wearefoundery.com

Foundery was born and developed by redditers, and wouldn't be the functional platform it is today without the help of motivated and innovative young entrepreneurs like yourselves.

Best,

The Foundery Team

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Hey! I'm selling one ticket to Tech Open Air festival in Berlin next week (cheaper than normal price)⚡ Write me PM when interested!

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Hi all,

I'm trying to find a suitable ecosystem/existing product line that allows us to build a demo of a home security system - involving a controller and several sensors (e.g. PIR/movement, magnetic door open/close).

We want to create most of the software, but in the first iteration, as little as possible as possible of the hardware. Looking to create 10-100 demo units using commodity hardware (think raspi zero w, some controller board via GPIO or USB, commodity sensors, custom enclosure). Most of us (but not me) are located in Taiwan and have been in touch with some design houses there, but we want to get started with the software on a prototype platform before committing to a huge order for some custom design with them.

I have been looking into Z-Wave (mostly) and Zigbee (a little). So far quite disappointed with a) the insane complexity of the software stacks, b) the closed-source-ness of everything.

At a very high level, the ideal system would meet these requirements:

  • Either be simple enough (e.g. not be as complex as Z-Wave) that building the controller software on your own is relatively straightforward, or have some existing software reference design in some similar area

  • It should be possible to buy some generic-looking PIR/contact sensors on the open market.

  • It should be easy to create an MQTT interface to events from the sensors

  • There should be an API that allows for doing the sensor pairing

Has anyone seen anything like this on the open market?

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One issue that appears well deep in the prototyping stage between client and engineer is the one of forgetting or miss interpreting design parameters. To avoid this issue, it is very useful to have very clear Requirements and Specifications before ordering a PCB, most definitely, before mass production. I have found this Requirements and Specifications Template in Developpa's resources, hopefully you'll find it useful.

https://developpa.io/resources/

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Hey all, we have a client that "may" require our gear to have a CCC stamp. Anyone go through the process? we dont have any Chinese speaking/reading staff in the company and most of the translated documentation I've been able to find has some pretty strange language in it.

If you already meet CE how much different is CCC? Any truth to the rumor that you will need to send un-compiled code and full Gerbers? Have some concerns about IP leakage.

thanks

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In the Future Technology Idea Contest, you will brainstorm ideas for innovative new products and services for a smart chip that can think, hear, see and moreover remember and understand everything around us. We will award prizes for the three best ideas: 1st prize value: $500; 2nd prize value: $300; 3rd prize value: $200. The deadline for idea submissions is July 1st, 2018.

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