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2012-06-29
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The COOL-CC6 conduction-cooled portable tower enclosure from Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions is a six-slot, high-power chassis designed to ease the design of 6U OpenVPX systems.
2014-10-17
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Advanced Thermal Solutions’ portable chiller systems and liquid-to-air heat exchangers aid in controlling fluid temperatures in looped liquid cooling systems.
2014-03-29
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Honeywell’s HP Series, HE Series, and LE Series of pressure switches provide high burst pressure ranges, a long life cycle rating, and IP67 sealing, enhancing durability and reliability.
2008-06-30
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Sandvik Coromant’s cooling system for high-pressure coolant applications solves chip removal and swarf control problems, supports higher speed cutting data, and increases productivity.
2008-06-30
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Bosch Rexroth is supplying the hydraulic systems to operate the 16 platforms required for two wing jigs for the Airbus A400M multi-role military transport. The aircraft’s wing boxes are 23 m long and 4 m wide, and each has a mass of 3 t. They are believed to be the largest carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic composite wings ever made.
2008-06-30
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After three years of collaborative development with aerospace engine components suppliers seeking a drilling machine with higher speeds and more accuracy, Mitsui Seiki has launched the VLD-300 five-axis vertical CNC laser driller.
2008-06-30
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The new EC-630PP (PP for pallet pool) horizontal machining center from Haas Automation Inc. was one of the company’s highlighted products at the recent Westec show, where the company’s sprawling display was front and center. The company says the machine tool dramatically expands the production capability of its EC series of horizontal machining centers (HMCs).
2008-08-15
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Boeing has cited a worldwide shortage of aerospace fasteners as one reason it has delayed the flight-test program of its 787, which is now in development. One of the main reasons there are shortages today is fastener manufacturers were forced to consolidate their operations earlier in the decade when orders dried up during the last downturn.
2008-10-20
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In an illustration of the increasing impact China is exerting in today’s global economy, Airbus officially opened its first final assembly line outside of Europe there on Sept. 28. The final assembly line in Tianjin is a joint venture between Airbus and a Chinese consortium comprising the Tianjin Free Trade Zone and China Aviation Industry Corp.
2008-12-09
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The era of robotics has already transformed the automobile manufacturing sector, and now it is becoming a key factor in aerospace, which is facing severe skills shortages in some manufacturing areas. It is also a segment in which new materials and innovative designs are proving to be ideal for robotic manufacturing.
2009-02-19
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Although possessing a very high strength-to-weight ratio, carbon-fiber-reinforced polymers have unique structures that make them difficult to machine cleanly and precisely. Kennametal explains how it meets the challenges.
2008-06-30
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Renishaw says early adopters of its ultra-high-speed scanning system for coordinate measuring machines are achieving good productivity gains. At the heart of the Renscan5 system is the infinite-positioning REVO head. The system is being applied to complex parts that take long to manufacture.
2008-06-30
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Friction stir welding (FSW) allows the welding of all-aluminum alloys of interest with good seam properties and with thicknesses from 0.3 to 50 mm or even more, according to a recent research project. The use of FSW instead of automated riveting can lead to a 20% reduction in process time and costs, researchers involved in the project say.
2008-06-30
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Boeing announced another three-month delay—from the end of the first quarter in 2008 to the end of second quarter—for the first 787 flight. Boeing is pushing back first delivery from late 2008 to early 2009.
2010-09-16
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The company's C 42 U machining center allows for five-axis/five-sided machining within an 800 x 800 x 550 mm working envelope.
2012-05-31
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Researchers from Brötje-Automation and Airbus come up with a “versatile” solution.
2012-05-17
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Today, mechanics refer to drawings prepared by manufacturing engineers, using mark-ups on the part to provide reference features and measurements, but there are problems with this approach.
2014-03-10
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The continued use of composite materials in aerospace has revealed other challenges that need to be addressed while the solutions to material and manufacturing cost are reduced. Before the widespread use of the material in transportation vehicles can be realized, safety challenges surrounding the material must be addressed.
2011-04-27
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EADS researchers are using lasers and electron beams to build working, "geometrically optimized" aerospace parts layer by layer from CAD files.
2013-12-04
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Boeing sought a solution that would reduce the amount of manual drilling, improve hole quality, and increase overall productivity. Not for the first time, Electroimpact was key in developing an automated solution.
2015-05-28
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Additive manufacturing is making significant headway in aerospace production programs, as evidenced by recent announcements that Airbus and rocket manufacturer United Launch Alliance both are—or soon will be—flying aircraft that incorporate 3D-printed parts enabled by Stratasys.
2015-02-10
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EOS and MTU Aero Engines are cooperating to apply new quality-assurance technology to direct metal laser sintering. The strategic partnership is expected to help advance EOS’ existing control and monitoring processes and further promote product quality in AM series production.
2009-09-15
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Cell-ready H-Series goes to 6-, 8-, and 12-m lengths for efficient processing of long parts or nested parts—aluminum or titanium—with new 30,000 rpm/100-kW or 4800 rpm/1050 N•m spindles.
2009-09-15
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New OMV Pro 2.02 features enhance the software’s geometric measurement capabilities, which already include a "constructed features" function that allows users to construct entities from other previously measured features, making it faster to measure components with a large number of prismatic features.
2009-10-14
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Lockheed Martin has implemented what it calls a unique robotic aircraft finishing system for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s stealth coating. A paper describing the hardware and software work that went into the system will be presented at the SAE 2009 AeroTech Congress & Exhibition Nov. 10-12 in Seattle.
2009-10-14
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Tri-Tech Precision Products has improved the performance of its five-axis spindle attachment for greater productivity. The attachment converts any three-axis CNC mill to a fully programmable five-axis machining center in 30 min for large parts and multiple part runs.
2010-05-11
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Maine supplier also standardizes on OpenDMIS software from Wenzel subsidiary Xspect Solutions.
2010-09-16
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Patent-pending through-tool design cools cutting edge more efficiently than ever before possible, company says.
2009-12-09
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Though corporate executives have talked about eliminating the “throw it over the wall” mentality for decades, it’s still common in many companies.
2010-07-12
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After initiating a companywide mandate to look at overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) to improve productivity, Héroux-Devtek decided on a Memex solution.
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