The 3D printing division of Lenharth Systems houses a set of 3D printers capable of producing items in plastic or rubber. These printers can manufacture an object from a drawing file or a 3D scanned object file. The printers produce the objects by melting the printing material and depositing it in human hair like strands building an object up from the base to it’s desired size. (Our printers will print up to 7.9″ x 7.9″ x 7.1″ build area) The object instantly hardens producing a solid object. Most objects are made as a shell with a honeycomb center, however, if a part is needed that must be strong it can also be a solid object, like a gear or pulley.
The 3D printer is good for producing prototype objects, in a small amount. We normally produce 50 or less copies of an item. It is great for making custom items that and monogramed for a person, company or event. We can do this type of work for your company both doing design for a sketch, photo or idea and make an item. 3D printers are very slow— routine print times are usually computed in hours. We can produce metallic colors, wood, as well as many colors of the rainbow.
Technology in the home is really moving forward fast, but don’t forget the basics. You’ve probably heard about CO detectors, smoke detectors, etc. You should have at least one smoke detector on every level of your house, and they should be located near the entrance to every bedroom. In a perfect world, they would all be tied together by household electricity and have battery backups. Get in the habit of changing the batteries when you change your clocks for Daylight Savings.
You should have at least 1 CO detector, one per level is best. They are not very expensive.
The detectors are built to last 10 years tops. Then they need to be replaced, not just the battery. So think about it, how long have you lived in your house? When did you purchase the detector? It should have a “build date” on the back. Check it and replace it if you need to. Safety first.
Crash Plan’s automatic, continuous data protection preserves every version of every file forever with no disruption to the end user and enables users to restore data to any device. anywhere. any time.
Continuous endpoint backup supports data governance and compliance initiatives by making all endpoint data discoverable. Unlike other solutions on the market. all Code42 cloud deployments include the option to keep encryption keys on-premises.
Learn more about CrashPlan from Code42. Security, Visibility and Productivity
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We can help you set this up and get back ups running.
Ergonomics for your Office:
We start with the assumption that the components that you are using in your office space have been selected with your ergonomic health as a guide. Generally bad space setup leads to neck pain, wrist issues, shoulder pain an back pain, to name the biggest offenders.
Chair, Desk, and Computer:
The chair is the single most critical component in the office space design. It is important that the way it is physically related to the desk and the computer be carefully evaluated and adjusted. The diagram shows the relationship between the components.
The first step in the process is to examine the desk or table and see if it is adjustable, and examine the chair for the same. Lets assume the most common setup, the desk is non-adjustable and the chair is completely adjustable.
The first adjustment is to get the chair to the proper height. The easiest way to do this is to adjust the chair until the arm and hand position is exactly like it is pictured above. Note that the arm is bent at 90 degrees and the wrist is completely flat and in a neutral position. If the chair can not be put in a position that this is possible, then you may need to use a keyboard tray to lower the typing surface. This is a very common situation since often desk height’s are far above prescribed ergonomic design specifications.
If the chair can be raised high enough it would be possible for a user of short stature to also require a foot rest, particularly if the feet have trouble reaching the ground. Even if they can touch the ground, but the underneath part of the thighs are resting on the edge of the chair pan then you need to relieve that pressure to prevent blood flow restrictions to the lower legs and feet.
The next step is to setup the parts of the computer that interact with the user. The mouse and monitor, need to be placed in the proper position.
The mouse will be the first component. The mouse should be placed close to the keyboard to minimize the reach. Also, the mouse should be used by the user’s non-favored hand to increase the amount of task balance, by adding load to that hand.
The next component is the computer screen or monitor. The height of the monitor should be set so that the user’s eyes are looking straight at the top of screen as pictured in the diagram. Also the monitor should be at arm’s length from the user.
We can setup a maintenance schedule and agreement, both on- and off-site, to meet your schedule, budget and save you money in the long run.
We offer a few different ways to keep things running smoothly. We recommend regular visits which might just be twice a year or once a week. Whatever works best for you. We can also help you with your annual or periodic technology planning and budgeting. We can monitor your systems to help discover possible issues, before they become problems. We will manage backups, both off-site and on. We can help you keep your equipment and software up to date and keep an eye out for things trying to get in.
Let us help you set up a proactive plan to keep things in tip-top shape.
We’ll take anything you are not using and pass it on to a suitable place. We have a network of schools, non-profit organizations and recycling centers to make sure your old tech goes to the best home.
We can give you credit for some items that go to recycling, and in most cases, there is no charge. There is a charge for CRT recycling.
And, rest assured, your data is safe.
Before we pass along your old computer or device, we’ll copy the data and return it to you. We’ll wipe the data from the original drive or device so no one can recover it, or in some cases we’ll destroy the device to make sure your data is gone forever.
Give us a call. We can help. And we’ll always make sure your data is protected.
That is why Lenharth Systems has partnered with the industry leader in data recovery: DriveSavers Data Recovery.
By partnering the experts at Lenharth Systems and DriveSavers Data Recovery, data loss is only temporary and we prove it every day with the highest hard drive recovery success rate in the industry. We will work with you, and we won’t charge to evaluate your drive for recovery.
That’s why major manufacturers have trusted DriveSavers since 1985 to perform intricate data recovery operations without voiding your original warranty.
DriverSavers’ mission is to successfully recover your data and we do it using a certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom environment. We protect data privacy with a secure data recovery process that undergoes an annual SOC 2 Type II Audit. Plus, we offer the ultimate customer service experience with 24/7 support.
If you’ve lost valuable, irreplaceable data — we can save it!
Drobo is the ultimate in backups and data storage. There is nothing else like it. It is “The Black Box” you have been waiting for.
Lenharth Systems is proud to be an authorized reseller. We can help you get a Drobo set up fast and securely.
Fault tolerant data storage, if a drive fails. Just pull it out and replace it. No need to shut down or reboot. And, if you need more space, just add another disc. Drobo does all the data moving and protects the data for you.
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We can help you run Windows on your Mac. More than a few options, we can explain them and help you pick the right one for you.
Do you want to run Bootcamp, Parallels, Fusion, Crossover, VM Ware, whatever. We can help make Windows run on your Mac. We can run down the options and help you make the right choice.
Call us, or email us and lets talk.