Links & Preferences . . . Our Biased View . . .
In our interactions with people and places, sometimes we have a particularly good experience. This page highlight a few positives with links to share. It’s our way of saying “Thank You“.
Our capitalist society votes with words and dollars for things we want. If you’re interested in these topics, please take our vote in words, then use the links to check them out. You may enjoy them too.
I've never been promised something that wasn't delivered, and I've never felt like an imposition when asking for small quantity or something weird. An excellent example of a service oriented company.
Fortunately, even with the transitions, they're able to operate in the same great ways. These guys are our first choice for rapid prototypes, urethane molding and other such products.
As a side note, we know these products well, because all the WickWerks products were designed and developed right here at Synthesis.
It's an alternate Office Suite (better in many ways than MickySoft) that does all the above (and more) including read & write Microsoft files. Best of all, It doesn't rape your pocketbook (it's Free), and it doesn't have a bunch of crazy licenses and threats.
Google has done good things in stimulating products and apps through the OS in a way that's generally accessible to the masses. Addiction?
It has a few hundred calculators with equations and formulas for Engineering in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Metallurgy, Oil & Gas, Plastics, Optical . . . and the list goes on. Pretty cool.
The above links are given as our way of saying “Thank You” for products and services we like. These are not paid advertisements. We believe sharing good sources is the best way to promote greatness, and what better way to do it than on the web. We encourage you to visit these places and try their products or services. We think you will have an equally positive experience.
Likewise, if you enjoy our website, we would appreciate a shout out from you. Passing the good vibe around is an excellent way to grow positives. Oh, and if you have a poor experience in something with us, we definitely want to know how we can improve.
Have a wonderful day. — The Synthesis Team.