All In The Koolaid: Salon Stories: Woman Threatens To Knock Stylist Teeth Out. Kie Explains Why She Books With Transgender Women When It Comes To Lace Wigs & More

 On this episode of All In The Koolaid, we take a deep dive into the Hair Industry. 

The cast reacts to a viral video of woman who goes off in a hair salon. Click the video below. Tap in and let us know who you agree with. 


  1. The layers are then melted and fused by passing an infrared lamp over the whole span of the print bed. To hear Allen Kreemer, industrial purposes engineer at Stratasys Ltd., inform it, the times of utilizing 3D printing solely to make prototype connectors are gone. He says harness producers can now stylus pens produce high-quality connectors at production levels on demand, thanks to the Stratasys H350 machine, which was introduced in July 2021. The conventional advantages of 3D printing—such as saving money and time, and having fun with greater design freedom and materials flexibility—appeal to harness assemblers as much as different producers.


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