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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Unicorn Bags - Home

Unicorn Bags - Home

Do you need a clear autoclavable bag for mushroom cultivation and spawn production?

  • You want a bag that will not harden or have pin holes, coming out of an autoclave.
  • You want a bag that does not wrinkle or loose its shape when heated.
  • You want a bag that is designed for mushroom cultivation

Small Logo: Unicorn Bags

  • Stay soft and easy to seal after heat treatment in autoclave for six hours at 262°F(125°C).
  • Can be any size and length, with as many filters as you want, where you need them.
  • Can provide gas exchange, but exclude water vapor, so your spawn does not dehydrate.
  • Provide a perfect environment for fungi growth. Because we produce our own filters, gas transmission rates can be adjusted to suit your needs.
  • Can be used for fungi, nematode production for bio-control of insects.

UNICORN provides free development to create a microvented bag for your application. We give our clients the best service and products of consistent, excellent quality with an unmatched price.

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MeshLab

MeshLab

MeshLab is an open source, portable, and extensible system for the processing and editing of unstructured 3D triangular meshes.
The system is aimed to help the processing of the typical not-so-small unstructured models arising in 3D scanning, providing a set of tools for editing, cleaning, healing, inspecting, rendering and converting this kind of meshes.
The system is heavily based on the VCG library developed at the Visual Computing Lab of ISTI - CNR, for all the core mesh processing tasks and it is available for Windows, MacOSX, and Linux. . The MeshLab system started in late 2005 as a part of the FGT course of the Computer Science department of University of Pisa and most of the code (~15k lines) of the first versions was written by a handful of willing students. The following years FGT students have continued to work to this project implementing more and more features. The proud MeshLab developers are listed here.
This project is actively supported by the 3D-CoForm project.
Other projects that have previously supported MeshLab are listed here.

Download Latest Version (16 February 2011) V1.3.0a (changes)

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