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Kevin Feige held a top-secret meeting with fellow Marvel Studios execs to stop The Amazing Spider-Man 3 from entering production.

The recently released The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a tell-all book that chronicles the history of the MCU. Filled with secrets and interviews from the behind-the-scenes happenings of the MCU, the behemoth book has received the seal of approval from Marvel Studios. One of the recent revelations from the book is that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige tried to stop Sony from moving forward with The Amazing Spider-Man 3.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was met with mediocre reception and didn’t make the biggest splash at the box office. Despite the film being a disappointment, Sony was set to start working on a sequel until those plans were dropped to reboot the franchise with Tom Holland in the lead. Sony head Amy Pascal was set to meet with Kevin Feige to get his thoughts on The Amazing Spider-Man 3, as he had done for the previous two films.

Before that meeting, however, The book reveals that Kevin Feige and various other Marvel Studios execs held a secret meeting to stop The Amazing Spider-Man 3 from manifesting in favor of a complete reboot that would be folded into the existing MCU.

“With no time to spare, Feige announced an ‘all hands on deck’ situation: Every executive producer at Marvel Studios had to be part of a secret, two-day long, off-site retreat, held in a rented hotel space in Santa Monica. No one else at Marvel Studios was told about what they were doing, just that it was a ‘get-together.’ In that closed room, two questions were posed: If there were an opportunity to broker some kind of deal with Sony, how would it work? And if they leveraged something like a five-picture deal, what stories would they want to tell?”

Clearly, that secret meeting paid off as Spider-Man was folded into the Marvel Cinematic Universe shortly after in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. Since then, Spidey has gotten his own trilogy within the franchise, with the third coming out later this winter.

Here is the synopsis for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home:

“For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighborhood hero is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.”

Directed by Jon Watts from a script written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, No Way Home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Tony Revolori, Martin Starr, J.B. Smoove, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Benedict Wong, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Alfred Molina.

No Way Home is currently set to be released on December 17, 2021. Stay tuned for all the latest news surrounding the film and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.

Source: The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Kevin Feige held a top-secret meeting with fellow Marvel Studios execs to stop The Amazing Spider-Man 3 from entering production.

The recently released The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a tell-all book that chronicles the history of the MCU. Filled with secrets and interviews from the behind-the-scenes happenings of the MCU, the behemoth book has received the seal of approval from Marvel Studios. One of the recent revelations from the book is that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige tried to stop Sony from moving forward with The Amazing Spider-Man 3.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was met with mediocre reception and didn’t make the biggest splash at the box office. Despite the film being a disappointment, Sony was set to start working on a sequel until those plans were dropped to reboot the franchise with Tom Holland in the lead. Sony head Amy Pascal was set to meet with Kevin Feige to get his thoughts on The Amazing Spider-Man 3, as he had done for the previous two films.

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“With no time to spare, Feige announced an ‘all hands on deck’ situation: Every executive producer at Marvel Studios had to be part of a secret, two-day long, off-site retreat, held in a rented hotel space in Santa Monica. No one else at Marvel Studios was told about what they were doing, just that it was a ‘get-together.’ In that closed room, two questions were posed: If there were an opportunity to broker some kind of deal with Sony, how would it work? And if they leveraged something like a five-picture deal, what stories would they want to tell?”

Clearly, that secret meeting paid off as Spider-Man was folded into the Marvel Cinematic Universe shortly after in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. Since then, Spidey has gotten his own trilogy within the franchise, with the third coming out later this winter.

Here is the synopsis for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home:

“For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighborhood hero is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.”

Directed by Jon Watts from a script written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, No Way Home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Tony Revolori, Martin Starr, J.B. Smoove, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Benedict Wong, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Alfred Molina.

No Way Home is currently set to be released on December 17, 2021. Stay tuned for all the latest news surrounding the film and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.

Source: The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

We would love to thank the writer of this post for this incredible web content

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It has been a little while since there have been any updates from the set of the new Indiana Jones movie, but we now have word and images of Harrison Ford returning to filming following his three month break recovering from a shoulder injury sustained early on in production when he was practicing for a fight scene. As well as the 79-year-old’s return to the set, the images also capture Mads Mikkelsen who will be joining Ford on his last Indiana Jones adventure. As reported by the Daily Mail, the production has now moved to Italy after filming in London, Glasgow, North Yorkshire and Pinewood Studios in the U.K. over the last few months.

RELATED: Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Go Time Traveling with Roman Gladiators and Antonio Banderas

The final movie in the saga of Jones does not have Steven Spielberg on board as director for the first time, but Logan helmer James Mangold has stepped into the huge shoes and from the start has been more than happy to be taking command of the last adventure of Harrison Ford‘s iconic archaeologist. Speaking to ComicBook.com last year, Mangold expressed his excitement to be taking over as the franchise’s director for Indiana Jones 5, but of course when asked about the movie plot, he began with the usual elusive side-step around answering that question.

“I can’t comment on anything like that,” he said. “But like in all my work, I’m always trying to find an emotional center to operate from. I think the most important thing is, in an age when franchises have become a commodity, that serving the same thing again. At least for me, in the dances I’ve had with any franchises, serving the same thing again, the same way, usually just produces a longing for the first time you ate it. Meaning, it makes an audience wish that they just had the first one over again. So you have to push something to someplace new, while also remembering the core reasons why everyone was gathered. And to use Logan as an example of that, when you’re dealing in a world of a very pressured franchise.”

The new set photos don’t give away any exact plot points, and of course we still know very little about what to expect from the new adventure, but one particularly intriguing image shows an old car decorated with flowers suggesting that a wedding will be involved in the film. Whether this is an event that Indy is about to crash, or is about to take part in, we have no idea, but with this being Ford’s final appearance, would anyone begrudge the character a happy ever after as he heads off into the sunset?

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Indiana Jones 5 is slated to arrive in cinemas on July 29th, 2022.

Topics: Indiana Jones 5, Indiana Jones

We want to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

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It has been a little while since there have been any updates from the set of the new Indiana Jones movie, but we now have word and images of Harrison Ford returning to filming following his three month break recovering from a shoulder injury sustained early on in production when he was practicing for a fight scene. As well as the 79-year-old’s return to the set, the images also capture Mads Mikkelsen who will be joining Ford on his last Indiana Jones adventure. As reported by the Daily Mail, the production has now moved to Italy after filming in London, Glasgow, North Yorkshire and Pinewood Studios in the U.K. over the last few months.

RELATED: Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Go Time Traveling with Roman Gladiators and Antonio Banderas

The final movie in the saga of Jones does not have Steven Spielberg on board as director for the first time, but Logan helmer James Mangold has stepped into the huge shoes and from the start has been more than happy to be taking command of the last adventure of Harrison Ford‘s iconic archaeologist. Speaking to ComicBook.com last year, Mangold expressed his excitement to be taking over as the franchise’s director for Indiana Jones 5, but of course when asked about the movie plot, he began with the usual elusive side-step around answering that question.

“I can’t comment on anything like that,” he said. “But like in all my work, I’m always trying to find an emotional center to operate from. I think the most important thing is, in an age when franchises have become a commodity, that serving the same thing again. At least for me, in the dances I’ve had with any franchises, serving the same thing again, the same way, usually just produces a longing for the first time you ate it. Meaning, it makes an audience wish that they just had the first one over again. So you have to push something to someplace new, while also remembering the core reasons why everyone was gathered. And to use Logan as an example of that, when you’re dealing in a world of a very pressured franchise.”

The new set photos don’t give away any exact plot points, and of course we still know very little about what to expect from the new adventure, but one particularly intriguing image shows an old car decorated with flowers suggesting that a wedding will be involved in the film. Whether this is an event that Indy is about to crash, or is about to take part in, we have no idea, but with this being Ford’s final appearance, would anyone begrudge the character a happy ever after as he heads off into the sunset?

The other photos provide a good look at both Harrison Ford and Mads Mikkelsen, whose character is still an unknown entity, as well as numerous extras and the gorgeous scenery of Sicily, which provides a backdrop for this particular round of filming. Having already seen stunts being performed with trains and motorcycles, numerous signs of the Nazis return to the franchise, these latest shots seem to suggest a meeting of characters that can only mean some sacred artifact is about to be either stolen or exchange hands, but we are not going to find out exactly what until we get a trailer sometime early next year.

Indiana Jones 5 is slated to arrive in cinemas on July 29th, 2022.

Topics: Indiana Jones 5, Indiana Jones

We want to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

‘Indiana Jones 5’ Set Photos Reveal Harrison Ford Back On Set with Mads Mikkelsen

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(Contains advertising) Colorful houses, the Neptune Fountain or the largest brick church in Europe – you can find all of this in Gdańsk. In July 2021 I experienced many sights of the old Hanseatic city on the Polish Baltic Sea. During a German-speaking city tour, we walked around the right town for around three hours. Here are my travel tips for your city trip.

Tricity on the Polish Baltic Sea

Do you already know the Tricity? Be under it Danzig, the seaside resort Sopot (Zoppot) and the young port city Gdynia (Gdingen) summarized.

Gdansk is the one Capital of Pomerania, she has around 460,000 residents. You can get here by plane, train or long-distance bus.

I have already made many trips to Poland with my friend Carsten and our dog Buddy. Because we like the beautiful cities and beaches, the delicious food and the warm locals.

This time we did Vacation in Gdynia, we came by car. From there I went on one Excursion to Gdansk, that only 20 kilometers away lies.

German-speaking city tour in Gdansk

Royal Chapel in GdanskStadtführerin Małgorzata Milewska picked me up in the car and showed me the city. She told me a lot of interesting things, visited exciting places with me and was very personable.

From her I learned: Danzig was first mentioned in writing in 997. It was a member of the medieval Hanseatic League of Merchants and Towns.

I used to live in the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Bremen. I like the maritime flair, the ships and merchants’ houses. The “Pearl of the North” Gdansk was once one of the richest and most important cities in Europe.

Did you know that Fahrenheit, Schopenhauer or Günther Grass were born here? Solidarność union chairman, ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Wałęsa also comes here.

Discover the sights of the Rechtstadt on foot

Right town in PolandWe visited the district Rechtstadt (Main Town) with many highlights and attractions. It was almost completely destroyed in World War II. A little later that began Reconstruction based on models from the 16th and 17th centuries. Because that was the golden age of the city.

We were on foot on the go, the way I like it best on city trips. Because I can discover everything at my own pace and take a lot of photos.

On this July day the weather was a bit gray. At the beginning it rained, but a little later we were able to close our umbrellas again.

Golden Gate: start and end point of the tour

Our tour started and ended on Golden Gate or Langgasser Gate (Złota Brama). Małgorzata showed me pictures of what Danzig looked like in 1945 after the war. The gate – built between 1612 and 1614 – was also destroyed and rebuilt in 1957.

Long alley with colorful houses

Long alley with colorful housesThe begins at the Golden Gate Lange Gasse or Langgasse (ul.Długa) with their narrow and tall houses. They are colorful and beautifully decorated with coats of arms or figures. From the Golden Gate you can Main street of the right town Take good photos – this is how the cover picture came about.

Together with the Long Market, the street forms the Königsweg (Trakt Królewski). Because this is where the Polish kings moved into the city earlier.

I liked it very much, the patrician houses glowed even when it was drizzling. You will find shops, cafes or restaurants in it.

Uphagenhaus GdanskThat Uphagenhaus (Długa 12) from 1780 is 70 meters deep. It is that today Museum of bourgeois living culture. I’ve seen pictures of the interior, it seems well worth a visit!

Im Right town hall (Ratusz Głównego Miasta) with the number 46 you can click on the 81 meter high tower rise. Then you have a great view of the city. That is also in the building Stadtmuseum (Museum of Gdańsk).

Long market with Neptune Fountain and Artus Court

Long market with Neptune Fountain and Artus CourtMy highlight next to Lange Gasse was that Lange Markt (Long Market) from the 17th century. Here is the famous one Neptunbrunnen (Neptune’s Fountain) before the Artushof (Artus Court).

The fountain with its bronze statue is from 1633 and is a popular photo spot. While I was standing there with Małgorzata, visitors kept coming by and taking a picture. At night the fountain looks great with the illuminated town hall in the background.

Golden House GdanskThat is also very nice Goldene Haus (Golden Tenement House), the address is Długi Targ 41 – 42. It is also called Speymannhaus or Steffenshaus. The house from 1609 is very tall, narrow and has gold elements.

Many festivals are held on the Long Market in summer. And before Christmas there is a common meal under the fir tree.

Green gate to the river

Green Gate GdanskThis is at the end of the Long Market Grüne Tor (Green Gate). He leads to Motława River.

The city gate was built between 1564 and 1568, once the facade was painted green. Incidentally, Lech Wałęsa used an office in the gatehouse.

Long bridge on the Motława

Long bridge on the MotławaAfter we passed the Green Gate, we turned left. the Lange Brücke (Long Quay) is a road that turns around half a kilometer by the river pulls along. From the promenade you can take one of the Excursion boats go on tour, e.g. B. to Sopot.

Prussian women Baby Pruskie DanzigWe stayed before the Prussian women (Baby Pruskie) stand at the Archaeological Museum. You can make a wish with these stone figures from the Middle Ages. I closed my eyes and hoped my wish would come true. Keep your fingers crossed!

Picturesque Frauengasse

We went on and turned at the Frauentor (Brama Mariacka) left in the Frauengasse (ul.Mariacka) a. Here you will find nice restaurants and shops where you can Bernstein can buy.

Beischlag DanzigAs in other streets of the city you see Additions in front of the town houses. These Stone terraces I like it a lot! Especially when they are beautifully planted as in the photo (św. Ducha).

Not only did they protect against flooding, but people also ate there in the summer. So everyone who passed by could admire the delicious food of the wealthy citizens.

Writers and painters have devoted themselves to the street. Historical films were also shot here.

That Gotyk House (Mariacka 1) dates from 1453, it is the oldest house in Gdańsk. It was not destroyed in the war, today there is one Hotel in this. Look at you z. E.g. on Booking.com, I would like to spend the night there.

Herrengasse with the large armory

Great Armory of GdanskIf there is a Frauengasse, of course there has to be a Herrengasse as well. In the Jopengasse (ul. Piwna) you will find restaurants, breweries and pubs.

By the way, that’s typical Danzig Jopen beer. Just like that Danziger Goldwasser, a herbal liqueur with gold leaf.

The splendid one Große Zeughaus (Great Armory) was built between 1600 and 1609. This is where the Gdańsk Art School is based today.

Impressive St. Mary’s Church in Gdańsk

Gdańsk Marienkirche astronomical clockThe official name of St. Mary’s Church is the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Bazylika konkatedralna Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny). Not bad, right?

The Gothic church was built from 1343 to 1502. It is one of the largest brick churches in the world, it is 105 meters long and the vault up to 29 meters high. Up to 25,000 people fit into the room. You can see the bell tower from afar, because it is 82 meters high.

The 14 meter high astronomical clock dates from the 15th century. The puppet theater with music begins here at 12 noon. With Małgorzata I joined the group of families and school children. From there we observed the figures.

The crane gate and maritime museum

Maritimes Museum in DanzigThe largest medieval port crane in Europe is located at Krantor (Gate Crane) at the Motlawa. This used to be used to load and unload ships and set sail masts. And all with muscle power, because men operated the crane.

From here I looked across the water to another building of the Maritime Museum (Muzeum Morskie)which also includes the crane gate and the historic freighter Sołdek.

Canis Restaurant: Eating out in Gdansk

Canis Restaurant eating out in GdanskAt the end of our tour, my stomach growled. We went to the comfortably furnished Canis Restaurant (Ogarna 27/28). It has it on their menu too vegetarian optionsthat you as vegan food can order.

We got a starter, main course and dessert from the nice waiter.

Arancini (fried and filled rice balls from Sicily) with tofu, cranberries and pickles were an interesting combination. I know it sounds adventurous. But the taste was round and just very good.

Gdansk Poland vegan restaurantIn the picture you can see delicious beetroot orzo (small pasta in rice form) with truffle falafel, broad beans, spinach pesto, olive oil with truffles, vegan parmesan and cornflowers. Since I’m a huge truffle fan, it was just what I wanted. And the purely vegetable cheese tasted like the original.

Go vegan in Gdansk PolandThe madness was the fluffy cake with chocolate, almonds, aquafaba (vegan egg whites made from the boiling water of legumes) and arabica coffee sauce. Sooo good!

Have you ever been to Gdansk?

This article was created in cooperation with the Polish Tourist Office. Under www.polen.travel you can find a lot more information about traveling to Poland. More information about the sights in Gdansk is available at visitgdansk.com/de/.

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(Contains advertising) Colorful houses, the Neptune Fountain or the largest brick church in Europe – you can find all of this in Gdańsk. In July 2021 I experienced many sights of the old Hanseatic city on the Polish Baltic Sea. During a German-speaking city tour, we walked around the right town for around three hours. Here are my travel tips for your city trip.

Tricity on the Polish Baltic Sea

Do you already know the Tricity? Be under it Danzig, the seaside resort Sopot (Zoppot) and the young port city Gdynia (Gdingen) summarized.

Gdansk is the one Capital of Pomerania, she has around 460,000 residents. You can get here by plane, train or long-distance bus.

I have already made many trips to Poland with my friend Carsten and our dog Buddy. Because we like the beautiful cities and beaches, the delicious food and the warm locals.

This time we did Vacation in Gdynia, we came by car. From there I went on one Excursion to Gdansk, that only 20 kilometers away lies.

German-speaking city tour in Gdansk

Royal Chapel in GdanskStadtführerin Małgorzata Milewska picked me up in the car and showed me the city. She told me a lot of interesting things, visited exciting places with me and was very personable.

From her I learned: Danzig was first mentioned in writing in 997. It was a member of the medieval Hanseatic League of Merchants and Towns.

I used to live in the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Bremen. I like the maritime flair, the ships and merchants’ houses. The “Pearl of the North” Gdansk was once one of the richest and most important cities in Europe.

Did you know that Fahrenheit, Schopenhauer or Günther Grass were born here? Solidarność union chairman, ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Wałęsa also comes here.

Discover the sights of the Rechtstadt on foot

Right town in PolandWe visited the district Rechtstadt (Main Town) with many highlights and attractions. It was almost completely destroyed in World War II. A little later that began Reconstruction based on models from the 16th and 17th centuries. Because that was the golden age of the city.

We were on foot on the go, the way I like it best on city trips. Because I can discover everything at my own pace and take a lot of photos.

On this July day the weather was a bit gray. At the beginning it rained, but a little later we were able to close our umbrellas again.

Golden Gate: start and end point of the tour

Our tour started and ended on Golden Gate or Langgasser Gate (Złota Brama). Małgorzata showed me pictures of what Danzig looked like in 1945 after the war. The gate – built between 1612 and 1614 – was also destroyed and rebuilt in 1957.

Long alley with colorful houses

Long alley with colorful housesThe begins at the Golden Gate Lange Gasse or Langgasse (ul.Długa) with their narrow and tall houses. They are colorful and beautifully decorated with coats of arms or figures. From the Golden Gate you can Main street of the right town Take good photos – this is how the cover picture came about.

Together with the Long Market, the street forms the Königsweg (Trakt Królewski). Because this is where the Polish kings moved into the city earlier.

I liked it very much, the patrician houses glowed even when it was drizzling. You will find shops, cafes or restaurants in it.

Uphagenhaus GdanskThat Uphagenhaus (Długa 12) from 1780 is 70 meters deep. It is that today Museum of bourgeois living culture. I’ve seen pictures of the interior, it seems well worth a visit!

Im Right town hall (Ratusz Głównego Miasta) with the number 46 you can click on the 81 meter high tower rise. Then you have a great view of the city. That is also in the building Stadtmuseum (Museum of Gdańsk).

Long market with Neptune Fountain and Artus Court

Long market with Neptune Fountain and Artus CourtMy highlight next to Lange Gasse was that Lange Markt (Long Market) from the 17th century. Here is the famous one Neptunbrunnen (Neptune’s Fountain) before the Artushof (Artus Court).

The fountain with its bronze statue is from 1633 and is a popular photo spot. While I was standing there with Małgorzata, visitors kept coming by and taking a picture. At night the fountain looks great with the illuminated town hall in the background.

Golden House GdanskThat is also very nice Goldene Haus (Golden Tenement House), the address is Długi Targ 41 – 42. It is also called Speymannhaus or Steffenshaus. The house from 1609 is very tall, narrow and has gold elements.

Many festivals are held on the Long Market in summer. And before Christmas there is a common meal under the fir tree.

Green gate to the river

Green Gate GdanskThis is at the end of the Long Market Grüne Tor (Green Gate). He leads to Motława River.

The city gate was built between 1564 and 1568, once the facade was painted green. Incidentally, Lech Wałęsa used an office in the gatehouse.

Long bridge on the Motława

Long bridge on the MotławaAfter we passed the Green Gate, we turned left. the Lange Brücke (Long Quay) is a road that turns around half a kilometer by the river pulls along. From the promenade you can take one of the Excursion boats go on tour, e.g. B. to Sopot.

Prussian women Baby Pruskie DanzigWe stayed before the Prussian women (Baby Pruskie) stand at the Archaeological Museum. You can make a wish with these stone figures from the Middle Ages. I closed my eyes and hoped my wish would come true. Keep your fingers crossed!

Picturesque Frauengasse

We went on and turned at the Frauentor (Brama Mariacka) left in the Frauengasse (ul.Mariacka) a. Here you will find nice restaurants and shops where you can Bernstein can buy.

Beischlag DanzigAs in other streets of the city you see Additions in front of the town houses. These Stone terraces I like it a lot! Especially when they are beautifully planted as in the photo (św. Ducha).

Not only did they protect against flooding, but people also ate there in the summer. So everyone who passed by could admire the delicious food of the wealthy citizens.

Writers and painters have devoted themselves to the street. Historical films were also shot here.

That Gotyk House (Mariacka 1) dates from 1453, it is the oldest house in Gdańsk. It was not destroyed in the war, today there is one Hotel in this. Look at you z. E.g. on Booking.com, I would like to spend the night there.

Herrengasse with the large armory

Great Armory of GdanskIf there is a Frauengasse, of course there has to be a Herrengasse as well. In the Jopengasse (ul. Piwna) you will find restaurants, breweries and pubs.

By the way, that’s typical Danzig Jopen beer. Just like that Danziger Goldwasser, a herbal liqueur with gold leaf.

The splendid one Große Zeughaus (Great Armory) was built between 1600 and 1609. This is where the Gdańsk Art School is based today.

Impressive St. Mary’s Church in Gdańsk

Gdańsk Marienkirche astronomical clockThe official name of St. Mary’s Church is the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Bazylika konkatedralna Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny). Not bad, right?

The Gothic church was built from 1343 to 1502. It is one of the largest brick churches in the world, it is 105 meters long and the vault up to 29 meters high. Up to 25,000 people fit into the room. You can see the bell tower from afar, because it is 82 meters high.

The 14 meter high astronomical clock dates from the 15th century. The puppet theater with music begins here at 12 noon. With Małgorzata I joined the group of families and school children. From there we observed the figures.

The crane gate and maritime museum

Maritimes Museum in DanzigThe largest medieval port crane in Europe is located at Krantor (Gate Crane) at the Motlawa. This used to be used to load and unload ships and set sail masts. And all with muscle power, because men operated the crane.

From here I looked across the water to another building of the Maritime Museum (Muzeum Morskie)which also includes the crane gate and the historic freighter Sołdek.

Canis Restaurant: Eating out in Gdansk

Canis Restaurant eating out in GdanskAt the end of our tour, my stomach growled. We went to the comfortably furnished Canis Restaurant (Ogarna 27/28). It has it on their menu too vegetarian optionsthat you as vegan food can order.

We got a starter, main course and dessert from the nice waiter.

Arancini (fried and filled rice balls from Sicily) with tofu, cranberries and pickles were an interesting combination. I know it sounds adventurous. But the taste was round and just very good.

Gdansk Poland vegan restaurantIn the picture you can see delicious beetroot orzo (small pasta in rice form) with truffle falafel, broad beans, spinach pesto, olive oil with truffles, vegan parmesan and cornflowers. Since I’m a huge truffle fan, it was just what I wanted. And the purely vegetable cheese tasted like the original.

Go vegan in Gdansk PolandThe madness was the fluffy cake with chocolate, almonds, aquafaba (vegan egg whites made from the boiling water of legumes) and arabica coffee sauce. Sooo good!

Have you ever been to Gdansk?

This article was created in cooperation with the Polish Tourist Office. Under www.polen.travel you can find a lot more information about traveling to Poland. More information about the sights in Gdansk is available at visitgdansk.com/de/.

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“We use two spherical waves of light to produce the hologram, which gives us fine control over the diffractive grating recorded on the film, and the effect it has on light — either separating light with super sensitivity, or focusing light with high resolution,” said Mei-Li Hsieh, a visiting researcher at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an expert in optics and photonics who established a mathematical solution to govern the output of the hologram. “We believe this model could be useful in applications that require extremely high spectral resolution spectroscopy, such as analysis of exoplanets.”

Hsieh, who also holds a faculty position at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwain, along with Rensselaer physicists Shawn-Yu Lin and Heidi Jo Newberg, worked with Thomas D. Ditto, an artist and inventor who conceived the idea of an optical space telescope freed of conventional, and heavy, glass mirrors and lenses. Ditto first worked at Rensselaer in the 1970s and is currently a visiting researcher in astrophysics.

Telescopes that must be launched into space (to benefit from a view unimpeded by Earth’s atmosphere) are limited by the weight and bulk of glass mirrors used to focus light, which can realistically span only a few meters in diameter. By contrast, the lightweight flexible holographic lens — more properly called a “holographic optical element” — used to focus light could be dozens of meters across. Such an instrument could be used to directly observe an exoplanet, a leap over current methods that detect exoplanets based on their effect on light coming from the star they orbit, said Newberg, a Rensselaer professor of physics, applied physics, and astronomy.

“To find Earth 2.0, we really want to see exoplanets by direct imaging — we need to be able to look at the star and see the planet separate from the star. And for that, we need high resolution and a really big telescope,” said Newberg, an astrophysicist and expert in galactic structure.

The holographic optical element is a refined version of a Fresnel lens, a category of lenses that use concentric rings of prisms arrayed in a flat plane to mimic the focusing ability of a curved lens without the bulk. The concept of the Fresnel lens — which was developed for use in lighthouses — dates to the 19th century, with modern-day Fresnel lenses of glass or plastic found in automobile lamps, micro-optics, and camera screens.

But while Fresnel holographic optical elements — created by exposing a light-sensitive plastic film to two sources of light at different distances from the film — are not uncommon, existing methods were limited to lenses that could only focus light, rather than separating it into its constituent colors.

The new method allows the designers to either focus light onto a single point or disperse it into its constituent colors, producing a spectrum of pure colors, said Lin, corresponding author and a Rensselaer professor of physics, applied physics, and astronomy. The method uses two sources of light, positioned very close to one another, which create concentric waves of light that — as they travel toward the film — either build or cancel each other out. This pattern of convergence or interference can be tuned based on the formulas Hsieh developed. It is printed, or “recorded,” onto the film as a holographic image and, depending on how the image is structured, light passing through the holographic optical element is either focused or stretched.

“We wanted to stretch the light, so that we could separate it into different wavelengths. Any Fresnel lens will stretch the light a little, but not enough,” said Lin, an expert in photonic crystals and nano-photonics. “With our method, we can have super resolution on one end, or super sensitive — with each color separated. When the light is stretched like that, the color is very good, as pure and as vivid as you can get.”

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“We use two spherical waves of light to produce the hologram, which gives us fine control over the diffractive grating recorded on the film, and the effect it has on light — either separating light with super sensitivity, or focusing light with high resolution,” said Mei-Li Hsieh, a visiting researcher at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an expert in optics and photonics who established a mathematical solution to govern the output of the hologram. “We believe this model could be useful in applications that require extremely high spectral resolution spectroscopy, such as analysis of exoplanets.”

Hsieh, who also holds a faculty position at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwain, along with Rensselaer physicists Shawn-Yu Lin and Heidi Jo Newberg, worked with Thomas D. Ditto, an artist and inventor who conceived the idea of an optical space telescope freed of conventional, and heavy, glass mirrors and lenses. Ditto first worked at Rensselaer in the 1970s and is currently a visiting researcher in astrophysics.

Telescopes that must be launched into space (to benefit from a view unimpeded by Earth’s atmosphere) are limited by the weight and bulk of glass mirrors used to focus light, which can realistically span only a few meters in diameter. By contrast, the lightweight flexible holographic lens — more properly called a “holographic optical element” — used to focus light could be dozens of meters across. Such an instrument could be used to directly observe an exoplanet, a leap over current methods that detect exoplanets based on their effect on light coming from the star they orbit, said Newberg, a Rensselaer professor of physics, applied physics, and astronomy.

“To find Earth 2.0, we really want to see exoplanets by direct imaging — we need to be able to look at the star and see the planet separate from the star. And for that, we need high resolution and a really big telescope,” said Newberg, an astrophysicist and expert in galactic structure.

The holographic optical element is a refined version of a Fresnel lens, a category of lenses that use concentric rings of prisms arrayed in a flat plane to mimic the focusing ability of a curved lens without the bulk. The concept of the Fresnel lens — which was developed for use in lighthouses — dates to the 19th century, with modern-day Fresnel lenses of glass or plastic found in automobile lamps, micro-optics, and camera screens.

But while Fresnel holographic optical elements — created by exposing a light-sensitive plastic film to two sources of light at different distances from the film — are not uncommon, existing methods were limited to lenses that could only focus light, rather than separating it into its constituent colors.

The new method allows the designers to either focus light onto a single point or disperse it into its constituent colors, producing a spectrum of pure colors, said Lin, corresponding author and a Rensselaer professor of physics, applied physics, and astronomy. The method uses two sources of light, positioned very close to one another, which create concentric waves of light that — as they travel toward the film — either build or cancel each other out. This pattern of convergence or interference can be tuned based on the formulas Hsieh developed. It is printed, or “recorded,” onto the film as a holographic image and, depending on how the image is structured, light passing through the holographic optical element is either focused or stretched.

“We wanted to stretch the light, so that we could separate it into different wavelengths. Any Fresnel lens will stretch the light a little, but not enough,” said Lin, an expert in photonic crystals and nano-photonics. “With our method, we can have super resolution on one end, or super sensitive — with each color separated. When the light is stretched like that, the color is very good, as pure and as vivid as you can get.”

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1635203700) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(54) "Measuring and reducing the carbon footprint of arte.tv" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://firstmediamarketing.com/measuring-and-reducing-the-carbon-footprint-of-arte-tv/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 25 Oct 2021 23:05:10 +0000" ["category"]=> string(64) "Movie Production CompaniesartetvcarbonfootprintMeasuringreducing" ["guid"]=> string(39) "https://firstmediamarketing.com/?p=1138" ["description"]=> string(640) "Figure 1. How GreenFrame measures the carbon footprint of a digital system Kemal Görgülü (Chief Technology Officer, ARTE) Sustainability is one of ARTE’s core values. Not only have environmental issues always had a place in our programme catalogue, but they also play an essential role in shaping our in-house energy policy, technical infrastructure, and various ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7502) "

Kemal Görgülü (Chief Technology Officer, ARTE)

Sustainability is one of ARTE’s core values. Not only have environmental issues always had a place in our programme catalogue, but they also play an essential role in shaping our in-house energy policy, technical infrastructure, and various other fields – including digital activities. By identifying potential for reducing our digital carbon footprint, we aim to induce a sustainable change in mindsets and behaviours as early as the programming stage. But where to start from?

An important first step towards prioritizing appropriate actions was to get a clear picture of the carbon footprint of our digital system, specifically our arte.tv platform. However, existing measurement tools proved to be insufficient to obtain a comprehensive end-to-end vision of the impact. They evaluate the footprint of only one part of a digital system – the client, the server, or the network. In doing so, they create an incentive to move emissions from one part of the system to another part that isn’t measured, thus improving the visible metrics but not the overall footprint.

Furthermore, while it may be possible to quantify the environmental impact of server- side infrastructure fairly easily, doing so on the client side is all the more difficult. The only way to get accurate system metrics like CPU or network consumption on the client side is to have users install third-party software with administrator privileges – not a viable option with regard to security and data protection requirements.

Full-stack model

The good news is that some experimental solutions are emerging to fill this gap. We have realized a proof of concept with one of them, GreenFrame (formerly Argos), a promising framework based on scientific models and addressing the main issues listed above. GreenFrame allowed us to measure the carbon footprint of an entire end-to-end stack within a controlled environment.

GreenFrame isn’t yet capable of giving an accurate estimate of the footprint of the arte.tv system in production. It focuses on reproducing the digital system in a lab environment. But by doing so, it provides precious and reproducible key indicators that make it possible to assess the evolution of the arte.tv carbon footprint over time as new features are regularly added by developers. It allows us to raise awareness of good and bad development practices with respect to carbon footprint. It also allows us to clearly highlight the link between sustainability, performance, and the user experience on our platform.

How does it work?

On the frontend, GreenFrame conducts end-to-end tests by simulating typical user scenarios (Fig. 1). It uses Docker to encapsulate each component of the system in an isolated container.

While running the scenarios, GreenFrame gathers technical metrics (CPU, memory, network I/Os, disk I/Os) in real time, and transforms them into the same unit, watt-hours. Based on an energy mix, watt-hours can easily be converted to carbon emissions, which convey a clear overview of the digital system footprint. Each scenario is run a dozen times to get a strong, accurate signal and reduce the standard deviation.

That means GreenFrame tracks the entire system: the frontend, the backend, the database, and the network.

The process of running GreenFrame tests is fully automated and, thanks to its container-based architecture, it runs smoothly in any continuous integration (CI) and deployment (CD) system. New analyses can be triggered each time a developer pushes a change in the code, giving us the possibility to detect any kind of improvement or regression in the environmental footprint of the global system before deploying a new feature to production.

Limitations and results

For our proof of concept, led by François Dume and Olivier Hoffschir, we were able to get the project started quickly because we were already in the process of converting all our applications to a container-based infrastructure. Having this kind of architecture in place is a strong requirement for using this tool. But some services (databases, APIs, CDN) proved to be more difficult to integrate into this controlled environment. In some cases we thus had to simulate services, for example using static text files, which may have led to underestimates.

The initial results weren’t necessarily revolutionary and basically confirmed our assumptions that the majority of energy consumption is indeed on the user side (browser, screen, network, …). They also highlighted that video transit and decoding form the bulk of the carbon emissions of a media service like arte.tv (Fig. 2).

10_Bar-chart_Distribution-of-energy-consumption.jpg
Figure 2: The client device and the network account for the vast majority of energy use.

Reducing our global carbon footprint means first and foremost reducing our client- side energy consumption. The challenge will be to find a balance between reducing the carbon footprint without compromising the UI/UX. As a positive side effect, this will also mean significantly improving page and video loading times.

What’s next?

We will continue to use GreenFrame at ARTE and integrate it into our CI system in order to detect regression early in our development processes. We will also take the example of other important issues like web performance and security, and determine a monthly ‘carbon budget’, combined with an internal set of rules to limit (and reduce) energy consumption.

A further approach will be to give greater consideration to environmental criteria when choosing, for example, a new CDN provider, as this represents a large part of our video infrastructure. CDNs currently don’t provide CO2 emissions metrics, but they will if enough customers require them.

Finally, we’re aware that optimizing the footprint of a service can lead to more usage, and ultimately to greater emissions. We want to offer transparency to our viewers so that they can make informed decisions about how they watch ARTE videos.

Then, all requirements will be met for a virtuous circle allowing us to induce sustainable business transformation at ARTE, thus meeting our responsibility as public service media to do our part in improving the environmental impact of our industry.

This article was first published in issue 48 of tech-i magazine.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(640) "Figure 1. How GreenFrame measures the carbon footprint of a digital system Kemal Görgülü (Chief Technology Officer, ARTE) Sustainability is one of ARTE’s core values. Not only have environmental issues always had a place in our programme catalogue, but they also play an essential role in shaping our in-house energy policy, technical infrastructure, and various ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7502) "

Kemal Görgülü (Chief Technology Officer, ARTE)

Sustainability is one of ARTE’s core values. Not only have environmental issues always had a place in our programme catalogue, but they also play an essential role in shaping our in-house energy policy, technical infrastructure, and various other fields – including digital activities. By identifying potential for reducing our digital carbon footprint, we aim to induce a sustainable change in mindsets and behaviours as early as the programming stage. But where to start from?

An important first step towards prioritizing appropriate actions was to get a clear picture of the carbon footprint of our digital system, specifically our arte.tv platform. However, existing measurement tools proved to be insufficient to obtain a comprehensive end-to-end vision of the impact. They evaluate the footprint of only one part of a digital system – the client, the server, or the network. In doing so, they create an incentive to move emissions from one part of the system to another part that isn’t measured, thus improving the visible metrics but not the overall footprint.

Furthermore, while it may be possible to quantify the environmental impact of server- side infrastructure fairly easily, doing so on the client side is all the more difficult. The only way to get accurate system metrics like CPU or network consumption on the client side is to have users install third-party software with administrator privileges – not a viable option with regard to security and data protection requirements.

Full-stack model

The good news is that some experimental solutions are emerging to fill this gap. We have realized a proof of concept with one of them, GreenFrame (formerly Argos), a promising framework based on scientific models and addressing the main issues listed above. GreenFrame allowed us to measure the carbon footprint of an entire end-to-end stack within a controlled environment.

GreenFrame isn’t yet capable of giving an accurate estimate of the footprint of the arte.tv system in production. It focuses on reproducing the digital system in a lab environment. But by doing so, it provides precious and reproducible key indicators that make it possible to assess the evolution of the arte.tv carbon footprint over time as new features are regularly added by developers. It allows us to raise awareness of good and bad development practices with respect to carbon footprint. It also allows us to clearly highlight the link between sustainability, performance, and the user experience on our platform.

How does it work?

On the frontend, GreenFrame conducts end-to-end tests by simulating typical user scenarios (Fig. 1). It uses Docker to encapsulate each component of the system in an isolated container.

While running the scenarios, GreenFrame gathers technical metrics (CPU, memory, network I/Os, disk I/Os) in real time, and transforms them into the same unit, watt-hours. Based on an energy mix, watt-hours can easily be converted to carbon emissions, which convey a clear overview of the digital system footprint. Each scenario is run a dozen times to get a strong, accurate signal and reduce the standard deviation.

That means GreenFrame tracks the entire system: the frontend, the backend, the database, and the network.

The process of running GreenFrame tests is fully automated and, thanks to its container-based architecture, it runs smoothly in any continuous integration (CI) and deployment (CD) system. New analyses can be triggered each time a developer pushes a change in the code, giving us the possibility to detect any kind of improvement or regression in the environmental footprint of the global system before deploying a new feature to production.

Limitations and results

For our proof of concept, led by François Dume and Olivier Hoffschir, we were able to get the project started quickly because we were already in the process of converting all our applications to a container-based infrastructure. Having this kind of architecture in place is a strong requirement for using this tool. But some services (databases, APIs, CDN) proved to be more difficult to integrate into this controlled environment. In some cases we thus had to simulate services, for example using static text files, which may have led to underestimates.

The initial results weren’t necessarily revolutionary and basically confirmed our assumptions that the majority of energy consumption is indeed on the user side (browser, screen, network, …). They also highlighted that video transit and decoding form the bulk of the carbon emissions of a media service like arte.tv (Fig. 2).

10_Bar-chart_Distribution-of-energy-consumption.jpg
Figure 2: The client device and the network account for the vast majority of energy use.

Reducing our global carbon footprint means first and foremost reducing our client- side energy consumption. The challenge will be to find a balance between reducing the carbon footprint without compromising the UI/UX. As a positive side effect, this will also mean significantly improving page and video loading times.

What’s next?

We will continue to use GreenFrame at ARTE and integrate it into our CI system in order to detect regression early in our development processes. We will also take the example of other important issues like web performance and security, and determine a monthly ‘carbon budget’, combined with an internal set of rules to limit (and reduce) energy consumption.

A further approach will be to give greater consideration to environmental criteria when choosing, for example, a new CDN provider, as this represents a large part of our video infrastructure. CDNs currently don’t provide CO2 emissions metrics, but they will if enough customers require them.

Finally, we’re aware that optimizing the footprint of a service can lead to more usage, and ultimately to greater emissions. We want to offer transparency to our viewers so that they can make informed decisions about how they watch ARTE videos.

Then, all requirements will be met for a virtuous circle allowing us to induce sustainable business transformation at ARTE, thus meeting our responsibility as public service media to do our part in improving the environmental impact of our industry.

This article was first published in issue 48 of tech-i magazine.

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WOLF Publishing and Author Bree Wolf Release New Regency Romance – Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss

WOLF Publishing is pleased to announce the upcoming release of their new regency romance, Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss. Scheduled for release on October 14, 2021, this is the fourth book in The Whickertons in Love series.

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The Whickertons in Love, Book Four
By Bree Wolf
Publisher: WOLF Publishing
Release Date: October 14, 2021
ISBN: 978-3985360208
Pages: 330
Genre: Historical Romance, Regency Romance

About the Author:
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of the LOVE’S SECOND CHANCE SERIES. Bree Wolf has always been a language enthusiast (though not a grammarian!) and is rarely found without a book in her hand or her fingers glued to a keyboard. Trying to find her way, she has taught English as a second language, traveled abroad and worked at a translation agency as well as a law firm in Ireland. She also spent loooong years obtaining a BA in English and Education and a MA in Specialized Translation while wishing she could simply be a writer. Although there is nothing simple about being a writer, her dreams have finally come true.

“A big thanks to my fairy godmother!“

Currently, Bree has found her new home in the historical romance genre, writing Regency novels and novellas. Enjoying the mix of fact and fiction, she occasionally feels like a puppet master, forcing her characters into ever-new situations that will put their strength, their beliefs, their love to the test, hoping that in the end they will triumph and get the happily-ever-after we are all looking for.

If you’re an avid reader, sign up for Bree’s newsletter at www.breewolf.com as she has the tendency to simply give books away. As a welcome gift, you also receive the prequel to the bestselling ‘Love’s Second Chance Series: Tales of Lords & Ladies’ for FREE. Find out about freebies, giveaways as well as occasional advance reader copies and read before the book is even on the shelves!

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Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss

WOLF Publishing and Author Bree Wolf Release New Regency Romance – Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss

WOLF Publishing is pleased to announce the upcoming release of their new regency romance, Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss. Scheduled for release on October 14, 2021, this is the fourth book in The Whickertons in Love series.

In this opposites-attract Regency romance by USA Today bestselling and HOLT Medallion winning author BREE WOLF, an untamed lady and a proper duke are put to the test when they fall in love against all odds.

An untamed lady.

A proper duke.

And a love that goes against all the rules.

Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss will be available for purchase in print and ebook formats upon its release.

For more information about the book and author visit http://bookbuzz.net/regency-romance-once-upon-a-devastatingly-sweet-kiss-by-bree-wolf/

Book Information:
Once Upon a Devastatingly Sweet Kiss
The Whickertons in Love, Book Four
By Bree Wolf
Publisher: WOLF Publishing
Release Date: October 14, 2021
ISBN: 978-3985360208
Pages: 330
Genre: Historical Romance, Regency Romance

About the Author:
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of the LOVE’S SECOND CHANCE SERIES. Bree Wolf has always been a language enthusiast (though not a grammarian!) and is rarely found without a book in her hand or her fingers glued to a keyboard. Trying to find her way, she has taught English as a second language, traveled abroad and worked at a translation agency as well as a law firm in Ireland. She also spent loooong years obtaining a BA in English and Education and a MA in Specialized Translation while wishing she could simply be a writer. Although there is nothing simple about being a writer, her dreams have finally come true.

“A big thanks to my fairy godmother!“

Currently, Bree has found her new home in the historical romance genre, writing Regency novels and novellas. Enjoying the mix of fact and fiction, she occasionally feels like a puppet master, forcing her characters into ever-new situations that will put their strength, their beliefs, their love to the test, hoping that in the end they will triumph and get the happily-ever-after we are all looking for.

If you’re an avid reader, sign up for Bree’s newsletter at www.breewolf.com as she has the tendency to simply give books away. As a welcome gift, you also receive the prequel to the bestselling ‘Love’s Second Chance Series: Tales of Lords & Ladies’ for FREE. Find out about freebies, giveaways as well as occasional advance reader copies and read before the book is even on the shelves!

Author’s Contact Information:
Website: http://www.breewolf.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breewolf.novels
BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/bree-wolf
GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7333700.Bree_Wolf
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CNC machining and 3D printing are two common processing techniques. There are similarities and differences between them. Both of them have their own advantages and will bring benefits to the manufacturing process, but which one is best for you needs? Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd (www.cnclathing.com) is the top manufacturing company in China has more than decades of experience in 3D printing and CNC manufacturing services. Here are a few tips that Junying want to share with you and these tips may help you choose the best method for your business.

Things To Consider Before Selecting a Manufacturing Process

What factors to take into account when determining the fabrication method? As an engineer or designer, it is difficult to choose one manufacturing process to create a prototype or part. All processing techniques have their own steps and advantages. However, there are some factors that you need to consider before you select a manufacturing process.

1. Mode of Manufacturing

The biggest difference between CNC machining and 3D printing is the mode of manufacturing. CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process, which creates parts by removing materials from a block of metal, plastic, or wood to get the finished product with the desired shape. while 3D printing is a additive manufacturing process, it creates parts by adding raw material layer by layer until the product is completed.

2. Type of Materials

Both CNC machining and 3D printing can works with a wide range of materials, from metals to plastics, or other materials. However, metals are more widely used in CNC machining because there are different tools like drills and lathes that can cut through metals easily. 3D printers are commonly used with plastics. Now 3D printers can also print metals, but printers that can print metals are expensive and they are always more expensive than many CNC machines. Apart from the most often used materials, there are others such as woods, acrylic, thermoplastics, and other options that may be used for CNC milling, as well as composites, wax, and ceramics for 3D printing. Additionally, some materials are difficult to be processed can only be made by 3D printing.

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As a result, while selecting a manufacturing method, we should collaborate with a team of competent engineers and designers who can assist us in determining which manufacturing process is optimal for the material.

3. Cost

When it comes to the cost, 3D printing is generally cheaper than CNC machining services. This is because the material used for 3D printing is cheaper than the material used for CNC machines. The cost also relates to the mode of manufacturing. Subtractive manufacturing process leads to more waste of raw materials than additive manufacturing process. CNC machining often has material left over after the manufacturing process, and sometimes the material left over can’t be reused. While 3D printing only uses the material it needs to make the product. So less waste makes 3D printing more economical than CNC machining.

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Besides, we also need to consider how many parts each technique can produce cost-effectively when selecting the manufacturing process between the two technologies.

Characteristics and Advantages of CNC Machining and 3D Printing

1. Precision of Production

CNC machining has many advantages. Precision is one of these advantages–the error on each axis is only a few microns, which means high surface accuracy can be achieved without additional machining. CNC machining is also generally superior to 3D printing in terms of tolerances, as it does not require a heat treatment and reprocessing.

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2. Size

CNC machining has comparatively few size constraints; tiny or big components may be machined correctly by CNC machines. In comparison to CNC machining, 3D printing has a comparatively modest maximum part size.

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3. Shape

CNC machining is not able to manufacture the parts with complex geometric shapes because of the subtractive manufacturing process it uses. While 3D printing can produce parts with complex geometric shapes.  When complex geometric shapes are required, we should switch to 3D printing.

cnc or 3d printing 7

Conclusions – Which is Better, CNC or 3D Printing?

In general, there is no perfect technique works for all applications. Both 3D printing services and CNC are very effective and have their own strengths and drawbacks, 3D printing can help us minimize or completely eliminate the structural constraints, but 3D printing could not satisfy the tolerances that high-precision products required. CNC machining could provide tight tolerance but can’t produce parts with complex geometric shapes. So combining the advantages of 3D printing and CNC machining to produce parts is often faster and more cost effective. If you are not sure which manufacturing method to use for your product, please contact Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd. We will provide excellent work that helps you get the correct products for your project. Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd offers the following services for our customers:

  1. Plastic 3D Printing & Metal 3D Printing
  2. Prototype Machining & custom machined parts
  3. Precision CNC Machining & Tooling & mold make Services
  4. Sheet Metal Prototyping & Sheet Metal Fabrication Service

If you want to learn more about our services, please visit our company website at: www.cnclathing.com

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Which is Better, CNC or 3D Printing? The Difference between CNC Machining and 3D Printing – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

" } ["summary"]=> string(949) "CNC machining and 3D printing are two common processing techniques. There are similarities and differences between them. Both of them have their own advantages and will bring benefits to the manufacturing process, but which one is best for you needs? Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd (www.cnclathing.com) is the top manufacturing company in China has more ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9214) "

CNC machining and 3D printing are two common processing techniques. There are similarities and differences between them. Both of them have their own advantages and will bring benefits to the manufacturing process, but which one is best for you needs? Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd (www.cnclathing.com) is the top manufacturing company in China has more than decades of experience in 3D printing and CNC manufacturing services. Here are a few tips that Junying want to share with you and these tips may help you choose the best method for your business.

Things To Consider Before Selecting a Manufacturing Process

What factors to take into account when determining the fabrication method? As an engineer or designer, it is difficult to choose one manufacturing process to create a prototype or part. All processing techniques have their own steps and advantages. However, there are some factors that you need to consider before you select a manufacturing process.

1. Mode of Manufacturing

The biggest difference between CNC machining and 3D printing is the mode of manufacturing. CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process, which creates parts by removing materials from a block of metal, plastic, or wood to get the finished product with the desired shape. while 3D printing is a additive manufacturing process, it creates parts by adding raw material layer by layer until the product is completed.

2. Type of Materials

Both CNC machining and 3D printing can works with a wide range of materials, from metals to plastics, or other materials. However, metals are more widely used in CNC machining because there are different tools like drills and lathes that can cut through metals easily. 3D printers are commonly used with plastics. Now 3D printers can also print metals, but printers that can print metals are expensive and they are always more expensive than many CNC machines. Apart from the most often used materials, there are others such as woods, acrylic, thermoplastics, and other options that may be used for CNC milling, as well as composites, wax, and ceramics for 3D printing. Additionally, some materials are difficult to be processed can only be made by 3D printing.

cnc or 3d printing 3

As a result, while selecting a manufacturing method, we should collaborate with a team of competent engineers and designers who can assist us in determining which manufacturing process is optimal for the material.

3. Cost

When it comes to the cost, 3D printing is generally cheaper than CNC machining services. This is because the material used for 3D printing is cheaper than the material used for CNC machines. The cost also relates to the mode of manufacturing. Subtractive manufacturing process leads to more waste of raw materials than additive manufacturing process. CNC machining often has material left over after the manufacturing process, and sometimes the material left over can’t be reused. While 3D printing only uses the material it needs to make the product. So less waste makes 3D printing more economical than CNC machining.

cnc or 3d printing 4

Besides, we also need to consider how many parts each technique can produce cost-effectively when selecting the manufacturing process between the two technologies.

Characteristics and Advantages of CNC Machining and 3D Printing

1. Precision of Production

CNC machining has many advantages. Precision is one of these advantages–the error on each axis is only a few microns, which means high surface accuracy can be achieved without additional machining. CNC machining is also generally superior to 3D printing in terms of tolerances, as it does not require a heat treatment and reprocessing.

cnc or 3d printing 5

2. Size

CNC machining has comparatively few size constraints; tiny or big components may be machined correctly by CNC machines. In comparison to CNC machining, 3D printing has a comparatively modest maximum part size.

cnc or 3d printing 6

3. Shape

CNC machining is not able to manufacture the parts with complex geometric shapes because of the subtractive manufacturing process it uses. While 3D printing can produce parts with complex geometric shapes.  When complex geometric shapes are required, we should switch to 3D printing.

cnc or 3d printing 7

Conclusions – Which is Better, CNC or 3D Printing?

In general, there is no perfect technique works for all applications. Both 3D printing services and CNC are very effective and have their own strengths and drawbacks, 3D printing can help us minimize or completely eliminate the structural constraints, but 3D printing could not satisfy the tolerances that high-precision products required. CNC machining could provide tight tolerance but can’t produce parts with complex geometric shapes. So combining the advantages of 3D printing and CNC machining to produce parts is often faster and more cost effective. If you are not sure which manufacturing method to use for your product, please contact Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd. We will provide excellent work that helps you get the correct products for your project. Junying Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd offers the following services for our customers:

  1. Plastic 3D Printing & Metal 3D Printing
  2. Prototype Machining & custom machined parts
  3. Precision CNC Machining & Tooling & mold make Services
  4. Sheet Metal Prototyping & Sheet Metal Fabrication Service

If you want to learn more about our services, please visit our company website at: www.cnclathing.com

We would like to say thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable web content

Which is Better, CNC or 3D Printing? The Difference between CNC Machining and 3D Printing – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1635202912) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(79) "Winter Games on ARD, ZDF and Sport1, RTL form FC Bayern series – Oddsmeter.de" ["link"]=> string(106) "https://firstmediamarketing.com/winter-games-on-ard-zdf-and-sport1-rtl-form-fc-bayern-series-oddsmeter-de/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 25 Oct 2021 22:49:52 +0000" ["category"]=> string(79) "Movie Production CompaniesARDBayernformGamesOddsmeterdeRTLseriesSport1winterZDF" ["guid"]=> string(39) "https://firstmediamarketing.com/?p=1129" ["description"]=> string(690) "Alba Berlin and Bayern Munich will meet in the EuroLeague on Thursday. Definitely one of the biggest games of the week. Sportcheck also includes a documentary about Uwe Seeler and a series about the Munich soccer club. “Good friends”: RTL creates a series about FC BayernFC Bayern Munich is currently enjoying great media popularity, as ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10811) "

Alba Berlin and Bayern Munich will meet in the EuroLeague on Thursday. Definitely one of the biggest games of the week. Sportcheck also includes a documentary about Uwe Seeler and a series about the Munich soccer club.

“Good friends”: RTL creates a series about FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich is currently enjoying great media popularity, as not only will Amazon launch a documentary series about the record champions in the coming week, it has also now been announced that a six-part, about RTL history The fictional series is the plan of the most successful German football club. like ?? Editorial Network Germany ?? Reportedly, the series, the script of which comes from “4 Blocks” creators Hanno Hackfort, Richard Kroff and Bob Konrad, is based on the non-fiction book? by Thomas Hutlin. UFA will be responsible for the fiction production. Told from the perspective of some club legends such as Gerd Müller, Sepp Meier, Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner and Uli Honnes, The Greatest German Club is to be born as a multi-layered, historical television epic.

“On the one hand it is an explicitly German story, but it could travel around the world as FC Bayern is popular around the world”, Henning Tewes, managing director RTL Television and co-managing director RTL+, was quoted in the report. Has gone . ?? We plan to shoot in spring 2022. ?? It is not yet decided when the series will be shown.

Beckman Documentary on Seller’s 85.
On November 5, “Uns” Uwe Seeler will turn 85. Undoubtedly one of the greatest German footballers, not based on body size, but on his skill on the pitch and his down-to-earth attitude. The honorary captain of the national team never became a world champion and did not win any international titles with his hamburger SV, but the whole country loves him. Starting 26 October, a documentary about the legend can be seen in the ARD Media Library. On the same day it will run at 11.30 pm in Erste and will be shown again on November 3 at 9 pm ?? Then in the 15 min long version?? Repeated on NDR. The author is Reinhold Beckmann, among others, who spoke to Seeler’s friend Max Lorenz, fans such as Wolfgang Schaubl, Dagmar Berghoff, Rudi Woller and Ollie Dietrich or anniversary wife Ilka before the birthday.

Ski World Cup package for public broadcasters too
Discovery Sports, whose parent company is Eurosport, extended the contract with the FIS promising at least 1,000 live winter sports annually. Now ARD and ZDF have also announced a comprehensive Ski World Cup package which they have secured. By spring 2026, more than 200 FIS events are to be watched per season by public broadcasters, including alpine skiing, ski jumping, cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle, ski cross and snowboarding. Among other things, you can see German ski jumpers on Holmenkollen in Oslo or while flying over Planica/Slovenia.

«Ski and mountain»: Sport1 and DSV enter into cooperation
We stick with Winter Sports, but switch to Sport1. The sports broadcaster has entered into a content partnership with the German Ski Association (DSV), which provides the print brand “Ski & Berge” to be adapted as a TV format. This is where the name «ski and mountain ?? DSV Magazine ». Infotainment magazine with moderator Ruth Hoffman should be highlighting skiing in all its diversity. Winter sports enthusiasts should find content in articles, travel as well as valuable information and tips on fitness and health topics. Each event also features a star guest in the studio who talks to Hoffman about his career and the findings of competitive and recreational sports. Ski racer Joseph ?? in the first episode on Friday 19 November at 5:30 pm Pepi?? First will be the guest. Six more editions have been announced for this winter, each starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Victoria Rebensberg, Simon Schepp, Marcus Eisenbichler and Stephanie Boehler have been confirmed as further guests.

Sport1 from «Rocket League»
If you are into screen sports without real (human) movement then you know eSports1 and eSportsONE. Sport1’s platforms have been showcasing the Rocket League Championship tournament series since last weekend. Initially also live on TV for free on Sport1, which extended the collaboration with video game developer Psyonix by a year. RLCS 2021-22 will continue from Friday to Sunday next weekend. Rocket League means players drive rocket-powered cars to shoot the ball into the goal. The season is looking for the best team in North America and Europe. The first major event will be held from December 8 to December 12.

Program highlights for the next few days:

* Monday, 7 pm: MSV Duisburg – 1. FC Kaiserslautern (Football, Third League, Magenta TV)
* Monday, 11.30 pm.: Third League Pure (Football, 13th Match Day Summary, Sport1)
* Tuesday, 4 pm: Germany – Israel (soccer, Women’s World Cup qualification, ARD)
* Tuesday, 6.30 pm: including 1860 Munich – Schalke 04 (Football. Dfb-Pokal, Skye)
* Tuesday, 8 pm: Borussia Dortmund – FC Ingolstadt (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, 2nd round, Sport 1)
* Tuesday, 8 p.m.: Olympiakos Piraeus – Alba Berlin (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Tuesday, 8.45 pm: Bayern Munich – Armani Jeans Milan (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Tuesday, 8.45 pm: including VfL Osnabrück – SC Freiburg (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Tuesday, 10 pm: DFB-Pokal (Football, Second Round Summary, ARD)
* Wednesdays, 6.30 pm: including Waldhof Mannheim – Union Berlin (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Wednesday, 8.15 pm: Borussia Monchengladbach – Bayern Munich (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, ARD)
* Wednesday, 20.45: Vardar Skopje – THW Kiel (Handball, Champions League, Servus TV)
* Wednesday, 8.45 pm: Hibernian Edinburgh – Celtic Glasgow (Football from Scotland, Premiership, Sport 1)
* Wednesdays, 8.45 pm: including VfB Stuttgart – 1. FC Cologne (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Thursday, 11.00 am: WTA Tournament in Cluj (Women’s Tennis from Romania, DAZN)
* Thursday, 7:05 pm: including Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Ballingen-Weilstetten (handball, Bundesliga, Sky)
* Thursday, 7.30 pm: Butterfield Bermuda Championship (golf, PGA Tournament from Southampton, Sky)
* Thursday, 8 pm: Alba Berlin – Bayern Munich (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Thursday, 8.45 pm: SG Flensburg-Handvit – HC Motor Zaporozhye (Handball, Champions League, DAZN)
* Thursday, 11 pm: FC Bayern Inside (Magazine, Sport1)
* Friday, 7.30 pm: Including the Bietigheim Steelers – Adler Mannheim (ice hockey, DEL, Magenta TV)
* Friday, 8 pm: SC Potsdam – Black and White Erfurt (Volleyball, Women’s Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Friday, 8.30 pm: TSG Hoffenheim – Hertha BSC (Football, Bundesliga, DAZN)
* Saturday, 12.45 pm: World Endurance Championship (Bahrain to Motorsport, Eurosport)
* Saturday, 1.30 pm: Bayern Munich – Eintracht Frankfurt (Women’s Football, DFB Cup, BR)
* Saturday, 2 pm: Waldhof Mannheim – 1. FC Saarbrücken (Football, Third League, SWR)
* Saturday, 2.30 pm: WTA Tournament from Courmayur (Women’s Tennis from Italy, DAZN)
* Saturday, 5.45 p.m.: Possibly Buffalo Bulls – Bowling Green Falcons (football, NCAA, ProSieben Maxx)
* Saturday, 8.30 pm: Krelsheim Merlins – Löwen Braunschweig (basketball, Bundesliga, Magenta TV)
* Saturday, 7 p.m.: World Series (Darts, Ladies Tournament, DAZN)
* Saturday, 8.30 pm: Hamburger SV – Holstein Kiel (Soccer, 2nd Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 3 pm: Medi Bayreuth – FC Bayern Munich (Basketball, Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 4:55 pm: Kölner Hai – Krefeld Pinguin (ice hockey, DEL, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 6 p.m.: Minnesota United v Sporting Kansas City (Soccer, MLS, DAZN)

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Winter Games on ARD, ZDF and Sport1, RTL form FC Bayern series – Oddsmeter.de

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Alba Berlin and Bayern Munich will meet in the EuroLeague on Thursday. Definitely one of the biggest games of the week. Sportcheck also includes a documentary about Uwe Seeler and a series about the Munich soccer club.

“Good friends”: RTL creates a series about FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich is currently enjoying great media popularity, as not only will Amazon launch a documentary series about the record champions in the coming week, it has also now been announced that a six-part, about RTL history The fictional series is the plan of the most successful German football club. like ?? Editorial Network Germany ?? Reportedly, the series, the script of which comes from “4 Blocks” creators Hanno Hackfort, Richard Kroff and Bob Konrad, is based on the non-fiction book? by Thomas Hutlin. UFA will be responsible for the fiction production. Told from the perspective of some club legends such as Gerd Müller, Sepp Meier, Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner and Uli Honnes, The Greatest German Club is to be born as a multi-layered, historical television epic.

“On the one hand it is an explicitly German story, but it could travel around the world as FC Bayern is popular around the world”, Henning Tewes, managing director RTL Television and co-managing director RTL+, was quoted in the report. Has gone . ?? We plan to shoot in spring 2022. ?? It is not yet decided when the series will be shown.

Beckman Documentary on Seller’s 85.
On November 5, “Uns” Uwe Seeler will turn 85. Undoubtedly one of the greatest German footballers, not based on body size, but on his skill on the pitch and his down-to-earth attitude. The honorary captain of the national team never became a world champion and did not win any international titles with his hamburger SV, but the whole country loves him. Starting 26 October, a documentary about the legend can be seen in the ARD Media Library. On the same day it will run at 11.30 pm in Erste and will be shown again on November 3 at 9 pm ?? Then in the 15 min long version?? Repeated on NDR. The author is Reinhold Beckmann, among others, who spoke to Seeler’s friend Max Lorenz, fans such as Wolfgang Schaubl, Dagmar Berghoff, Rudi Woller and Ollie Dietrich or anniversary wife Ilka before the birthday.

Ski World Cup package for public broadcasters too
Discovery Sports, whose parent company is Eurosport, extended the contract with the FIS promising at least 1,000 live winter sports annually. Now ARD and ZDF have also announced a comprehensive Ski World Cup package which they have secured. By spring 2026, more than 200 FIS events are to be watched per season by public broadcasters, including alpine skiing, ski jumping, cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle, ski cross and snowboarding. Among other things, you can see German ski jumpers on Holmenkollen in Oslo or while flying over Planica/Slovenia.

«Ski and mountain»: Sport1 and DSV enter into cooperation
We stick with Winter Sports, but switch to Sport1. The sports broadcaster has entered into a content partnership with the German Ski Association (DSV), which provides the print brand “Ski & Berge” to be adapted as a TV format. This is where the name «ski and mountain ?? DSV Magazine ». Infotainment magazine with moderator Ruth Hoffman should be highlighting skiing in all its diversity. Winter sports enthusiasts should find content in articles, travel as well as valuable information and tips on fitness and health topics. Each event also features a star guest in the studio who talks to Hoffman about his career and the findings of competitive and recreational sports. Ski racer Joseph ?? in the first episode on Friday 19 November at 5:30 pm Pepi?? First will be the guest. Six more editions have been announced for this winter, each starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Victoria Rebensberg, Simon Schepp, Marcus Eisenbichler and Stephanie Boehler have been confirmed as further guests.

Sport1 from «Rocket League»
If you are into screen sports without real (human) movement then you know eSports1 and eSportsONE. Sport1’s platforms have been showcasing the Rocket League Championship tournament series since last weekend. Initially also live on TV for free on Sport1, which extended the collaboration with video game developer Psyonix by a year. RLCS 2021-22 will continue from Friday to Sunday next weekend. Rocket League means players drive rocket-powered cars to shoot the ball into the goal. The season is looking for the best team in North America and Europe. The first major event will be held from December 8 to December 12.

Program highlights for the next few days:

* Monday, 7 pm: MSV Duisburg – 1. FC Kaiserslautern (Football, Third League, Magenta TV)
* Monday, 11.30 pm.: Third League Pure (Football, 13th Match Day Summary, Sport1)
* Tuesday, 4 pm: Germany – Israel (soccer, Women’s World Cup qualification, ARD)
* Tuesday, 6.30 pm: including 1860 Munich – Schalke 04 (Football. Dfb-Pokal, Skye)
* Tuesday, 8 pm: Borussia Dortmund – FC Ingolstadt (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, 2nd round, Sport 1)
* Tuesday, 8 p.m.: Olympiakos Piraeus – Alba Berlin (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Tuesday, 8.45 pm: Bayern Munich – Armani Jeans Milan (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Tuesday, 8.45 pm: including VfL Osnabrück – SC Freiburg (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Tuesday, 10 pm: DFB-Pokal (Football, Second Round Summary, ARD)
* Wednesdays, 6.30 pm: including Waldhof Mannheim – Union Berlin (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Wednesday, 8.15 pm: Borussia Monchengladbach – Bayern Munich (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, ARD)
* Wednesday, 20.45: Vardar Skopje – THW Kiel (Handball, Champions League, Servus TV)
* Wednesday, 8.45 pm: Hibernian Edinburgh – Celtic Glasgow (Football from Scotland, Premiership, Sport 1)
* Wednesdays, 8.45 pm: including VfB Stuttgart – 1. FC Cologne (Soccer, DFB-Pokal, Sky)
* Thursday, 11.00 am: WTA Tournament in Cluj (Women’s Tennis from Romania, DAZN)
* Thursday, 7:05 pm: including Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Ballingen-Weilstetten (handball, Bundesliga, Sky)
* Thursday, 7.30 pm: Butterfield Bermuda Championship (golf, PGA Tournament from Southampton, Sky)
* Thursday, 8 pm: Alba Berlin – Bayern Munich (Basketball, Euroleague, Magenta TV)
* Thursday, 8.45 pm: SG Flensburg-Handvit – HC Motor Zaporozhye (Handball, Champions League, DAZN)
* Thursday, 11 pm: FC Bayern Inside (Magazine, Sport1)
* Friday, 7.30 pm: Including the Bietigheim Steelers – Adler Mannheim (ice hockey, DEL, Magenta TV)
* Friday, 8 pm: SC Potsdam – Black and White Erfurt (Volleyball, Women’s Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Friday, 8.30 pm: TSG Hoffenheim – Hertha BSC (Football, Bundesliga, DAZN)
* Saturday, 12.45 pm: World Endurance Championship (Bahrain to Motorsport, Eurosport)
* Saturday, 1.30 pm: Bayern Munich – Eintracht Frankfurt (Women’s Football, DFB Cup, BR)
* Saturday, 2 pm: Waldhof Mannheim – 1. FC Saarbrücken (Football, Third League, SWR)
* Saturday, 2.30 pm: WTA Tournament from Courmayur (Women’s Tennis from Italy, DAZN)
* Saturday, 5.45 p.m.: Possibly Buffalo Bulls – Bowling Green Falcons (football, NCAA, ProSieben Maxx)
* Saturday, 8.30 pm: Krelsheim Merlins – Löwen Braunschweig (basketball, Bundesliga, Magenta TV)
* Saturday, 7 p.m.: World Series (Darts, Ladies Tournament, DAZN)
* Saturday, 8.30 pm: Hamburger SV – Holstein Kiel (Soccer, 2nd Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 3 pm: Medi Bayreuth – FC Bayern Munich (Basketball, Bundesliga, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 4:55 pm: Kölner Hai – Krefeld Pinguin (ice hockey, DEL, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 6 p.m.: Minnesota United v Sporting Kansas City (Soccer, MLS, DAZN)

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this article for this amazing content

Winter Games on ARD, ZDF and Sport1, RTL form FC Bayern series – Oddsmeter.de

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