This AS44 loadout excels at short-range, so your secondary should focus on picking off targets in the distance. If you're on a large map with open sections or long corridors, we recommend taking a Sniper Rifle. The Kar98k and 3-Line Rifle are both extremely powerful and will crack skulls with ease. If you're on a smaller map that doesn't suit a sniper, try an Assault Rifle that's best-suited to medium-long range combat. The STG44 is an absolute laser that will melt enemies across the map, while the BAR has incredibly high damage at any range.
That covers our thoughts on the best Assault Rifle in Vanguard Season 1. If you want to compare their stats and get all of the numbers on how these Assault Rifles perform, check out our Vanguard weapon stats guide. Make sure you know how to level up fast in Vanguard so that you can unlock some attachments and make these Assault Rifles even better. If you want to attack from a distance and crack skulls across the map, take a look at our list of the best Sniper Rifles in Vanguard.
ONYX Textile Edition software let users accelerate printing by making changes to ink configurations during media set-up. Users gain control over ink and color to achieve predictable, vibrant results every time.
ONYX Textile Edition software is available as an edition for ONYX RIPCenter, ONYX PosterShop and ONYX ProductionHouse packages and as a module for ONYX Thrive software. To purchase ONYX Textile Edition software customers should contact their authorised ONYX reseller or visit www.onyxgfx.com for more information.
Configured to be up to four times faster than previous iterations, the new Caldera C4's high velocity software is designed to facilitate fast and fluent processing. It accommodates the demands generated by the latest series of digital ink-jet print engines, including textile platforms, which require high volume throughput and need support from a powerful front-end and workflow.
SA International is celebrating a double-milestone as it heads into this year's FESPA Digital exhibition. Not only has the company achieved the landmark of one million software solutions sold, but has done so as it marks its 25th anniversary year.The sale of SAi's millionth software package is from the company's industry-leading Flexi family of professional signmaking products. Possibly the most-widely-known and popular signmaking software available, the anniversary package was purchased by Ocean Graphics & Signs, a full service sign shop based in East Hampton, New York, USA."This is truly a magnificent achievement and underscores the long-held popularity and continued confidence within the marketplace, not only in our flagship Flexi offering, but in SAi's growing portfolio as a whole", says Mark Blundell, CEO, SAi. "Over what is a generation, SAi has built its success on dedicated staff, notably our solutions developers and sales teams. We're delighted that Ocean Graphics & Signs, a business with over 50 years' experience in signmaking, vinyl lettering and printing, has received our one millionth software solution, as the company reflects the profile of many of our customers." Twenty-Five and countingThis year also marks the 25th year of operations for the Salt Lake City, USA-based SAi. Formerly Scanvec Amiable, the company was founded as an Israeli corporation in 1989 before merging with Amiable Technologies, Inc. in November 1998.SAi is well known as a leading provider of solutions for the professional signmaking, large format digital printing and CAD/CAM for CNC machining industries. These include the intuitive PhotoPRINT family print and cut workflow package which is found on more large-format printers than any other RIP, as well as the award-winning PixelBlaster print-to-finish production software.During its quarter of a century of trading, SAi has enjoyed progressive growth, developing a well-distributed network of resellers around the world and establishing a presence across five continents. Today the company serves over 200,000 customers in more than 50 countries, while continuing to enjoy strong OEM relationships and partnerships with a number of industry leaders.As well as being the founder last year of the International Sign & Printmakers Guild, SAi was also the first RIP manufacturer to offer a free mobile application to provide businesses owners with remote access to valuable production information while away from the office.
Caldera has announced the commercial availability of version 9.20 of its popular RIP software, with updates including advanced preflighting, colour management enhancements, True Shape Nesting and a new Image Bar interface enabling quick access to documents. The latest version of Caldera's flagship RIP engine was first unveiled at FESPA 2013, where it was warmly received by visitors from all sectors of the industry.
"These new upgrades to the Caldera RIP represent the real partnership we have with our users," says Sebastien Hanssens, vice-president marketing, Caldera. "Many are user-requested features, and others have evolved from less specific feedback. By listening to the people who use our products day in and day out, we have been able to focus our efforts on the things they really need to make their production run as efficiently as possible. It is this continuous user-led development that is keeping Caldera at the forefront of wide-format software."
Although the outside vinyl on a spa top can crack and fade and eventually need to be replaced, it is the foam core panels that are the most important part of your spa cover. Panels can break or become waterlogged (or both), at the hands of these spa cover enemies:
This document presents a tribute to the memory of my colleague and friend Abdelkader Sellal, a retired geodesist engineer from the Algerian Institute of Cartography and Remote Sensing. I published a report he had written in 2004 where he had proposed projects concerning the modernization of Algerian Geodesy in particular: - Establishment of a Network of Permanent GPS Stations and a Basic Geodetic Network.- GPS calculations. Re-Adjustment and redefinition of the Algerian national geodetic network using adjustment software.- Definition of a System and a Reference of Altitudes in Algeria.- The Geoid: Studies on the determination of a gravimetric geoid in Algeria. Category: Geophysics
A summary of the Raman-spectroscopic analysis of rock-samples which I have collected near the Ø 15 x 11 km Anaga Impact Crater on Tenerife, and on other interesting sites on this Island. From the analysed feldspar-samples some samples may show Raman-spectra which indicate (W)-weakly-shocked or (M)-moderately-shocked Feldspar. But these Raman-spectra must be analysed by experts who have the experience to correctly assess such spectra. The Raman-spectra of the feldspar-samples from sites No.: 2, 5, 7, 9 & 58 may indicate shocked minerals. (an explanation to Raman spectra of shocked Alkali-Feldspar: see at page 30 in the Appendix_3). Minerals that were indicated by the Raman-spectroscopic analyses : Labradorite(2); Orthoclase(5); Augite, Titanite, Reyerite, Analcime(7); Annite, Augite(9); Anorthoclase(58) (->samples site No. in () Beside possible shocked minerals or minerals which may indicate an impact event, there definitely is one site on Tenerife that should be examined in more detail, in regards to the described impact event. This is sample-site 58, where an old-rock-island is located inside the large caldera of the Pico del Teide Volcano. This mass of old-rock probably was lifted by the impact or by the later volcano, from the original ancient ocean floor. Other interesting sites are located on the road along the ridge-top of the Anaga-Range, in the Teno-Mountain-Range and on site 10 which also belongs to the old basaltc shield of Tenerife. According to my hypothesis the hot spots which caused the Canary Islands originally were impact sites of large ejecta fragments, which were ejected from the Permian Triassic Impact Crater in the Arctic Sea. And I am sure that these impact sites (hot spots) were produced by the same large-scale secondary impact event (caused by the PTI), which also has formed the "Bay of Lyon Crater" and other secondary-impact-structures in Spain. This large-scale impact event is visible on the Gravity-Anomaly Map of the Canarian Islands. The PT-Impact Event probably formed a large secondary-crater, the hypothetical Ø430x290km Gibraltar-Crater (GIC) (see gravity anomaly map). The oblique (ellipitical) impact-craters indicated on this Gravity-Anomaly-map, offshore of Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, all belong to this impact-event and are located along the hypothetical crater-wall (-rim) of the GIC. A magnetic-anomaly-map of the Atlantic-Ocean-floor south-west of Spain provides indication for this Ø430x290 km Gibraltar Crater. (see the explanation on pages 28 & 29 of my PT-Impact-Hypothesis Part-2. Category: Geophysics
We propose a novel approach for flow simulations in fractured porous media based on an equi-dimensional representation of the fractures and a standard continuous finite element (FE) method. We employ an adaptive mesh refinement strategy to automatically adjust an initial regular mesh to any fracture distribution with a desired accuracy. The proposed approach is easily implementable in any FE software, does not involve the coupling of different discretizations, and provides symmetric and positive definite stiffness matrices. We provide a systematic vali- dation of our method and we show that it can be used to simulate fluid flow for fracture networks of realistic complexity. Category: Geophysics
This document presents a tribute to the memory of my colleague and friend Abdelkader Sellal, a retired geodesist engineer from the Algerian Institute of Cartography and Remote Sensing. I published a report he had written in 2004where he had proposed projects concerning the modernization of Algerian Geodesy in particular :- Establishment of a Network of Permanent GPS Stations and a Basic Geodetic Network.- GPS calculations. Re-Adjustment and redefinition of the Algerian national geodetic network using adjustment software.- Definition of a System and a Reference of Altitudes in Algeria.- The Geoid: Studies on the determination of a gravimetric geoid in Algeria. Category: Geophysics 2b1af7f3a8