Slitting Machines Market 2019 Global Industry Analysis, Trends, Market Size and Forecasts up to 2025

Market Research Place presents a new study report titled Global Slitting Machines Market Research Report 2019-2025, a complete research analysis of Slitting Machines Market, covering new upgrades, current market pilots, opportunities, remarkable trends, technical domain, technical domain, and standardization. The report investigates existing competitive condition of industry that contains key players’ details, their profiles, strategies, application and product portfolio. The report then analyzes market size and forecast with regards to product, region and application as well as type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. Some of the essential parameters that must be taken into consideration before entering the market are revealed in to help new and established players in the market. In 2019, the global market size was million US$ and is forecast to million US in 2025, growing at a CAGR from 2019. Meticulous customer insights, business and processes of the organisation insights are given in the report. The key features of this report are industry synopsis, revenue segmentation, and product gifts of their market players. Some of the contributors involved in the value cha...

Lost Artifacts of the Great Pyramid: The Mysterious Case of the Dixon Relics

There is a certain perception of the Great Pyramid as an utterly void arrangement of empty halls and chambers, strangely bereft of artifacts and inscriptions that might offer clues to its construction. In 1992, however, German engineer Rudolf Gantenbrink and his team offered modern-day viewers their first glimpse of metal artifacts original to the Great Pyramid by sending a compact rover into the southern shaft of the Queen’s Chamber. The rover’s endoscopic camera revealed a limestone block, a ‘door’ equipped with a pair of copper fixtures or pins whose purpose is still being debated. The pins, however, are not the only pieces of metal to have been found inside the Great Pyramid that are thought to be original to the structure. Indeed, when nineteenth-century British explorer and civil engineer Waynman Dixon first identified the northern and southern shafts of the Queen’s Chamber in 1872, he also discovered a trio of unusual, seemingly unrelated artifacts. These have become known as the Dixon Relics. Hook and granite ball recovered in the Great Pyramid by Dixon and Grant in 1872. (F l a n k e r / Public Domain ) In 1872, after Dixon and his colleague Dr. James Grant chiseled th...