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2011-09-11
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Specialist companies Exmac Automation and Expert Tooling provide turnkey sunroof installation system for the Land Rover Evoque.
2011-09-10
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Company engineers have packed more new hardware under the skin while designers have produced an opulent new cockpit meant to coddle occupants as never before.
2011-09-10
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The 2012 Civic lineup adds a high fuel-economy variant to go with the re-engineered sedan, coupe, Si, hybrid, and natural gas models, each of which boasts better fuel efficiency thanks in large part to aero enhancements and lightweight designs. And, a first for Honda, the Civic Hybrid now incorporates a Li-ion battery vs. the previous NiMH type.
2011-09-10
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The NuVinci CVP transmission allows components such as the A/C compressor, alternator, and supercharger to run at their optimum speed relative to driver demand—regardless of what the engine is doing.
2011-09-10
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The car is larger than its German-built predecessor but priced thousands of dollars less to match the C/D-class competition. The plant assembly line has 150,000 capacity, over 10 times the 2010 Passat sales volume.
2011-09-10
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The new Porsche may look at first glance very similar to its predecessor, but it is lower, has a longer wheelbase, and has “an intelligent aluminum-steel construction” to create “a completely redesigned generation” of the car.
2011-09-10
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The four-door convertible has unobtrusive B-pillar stubs built into “suicide” doors, a structural windshield frame for body rigidity, eye-catching full-LED front lighting, hidden HVAC outlets, solid wood trim, a twin-turbo 3.6-L V6, and a next-generation hybrid system.
2011-09-10
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The Agilent Technologies U8903A audio analyzer offers new digital audio interface options that expand the U8903A’s capabilities with AES3, SPDIF, and DSI (digital serial interface) formats for versatile, high-performance analog and digital audio testing.
2011-09-10
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TI Automotive provides a high-performance aftermarket version of its dual-channel, single-stage (DCSS) 39/50 fuel pump for engines with more than 500 hp (373 kW).
2011-09-10
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Cyclo Cool 900 and 500 series synthetic coolants from MAG are additive-free, low-foaming, and formulated for machining titanium, Inconel, beryllium copper, hardened steels, stainless steels, and other superalloys.
2011-09-10
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The Alpha series of Curtiss-Wright Controls’ Skyquest displays is suited for air and ground surveillance.
2011-09-10
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Composite Disc shaft couplings from Zero-Max combine high-performance materials with the design and precision to withstand tough servomotor environments.
2011-09-10
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Positronic Industries’ A-series backshell for D-subminiature connectors meets electromagnetic interference/RF interference protection requirements for cable connectors.
2011-09-09
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Methods Machine Tools’ Matsuura MAM72-100H five-axis horizontal machining center features a large work envelope and the ability to cut challenging materials, which are advantages when machining large-sized, complex parts.
2011-09-09
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The new Range Rover Evoque uses compact, stylish design, focus on dynamics, and alternative materials to take Land Rover into a fresh market sector.
2011-09-09
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With major engineering support from Magna, Ford’s first battery-electric passenger car promises Leaf-blowing features including half the charge time as that claimed by Nissan using a 240-V SAE J1772 Class 2 charge source.
2011-09-08
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Audi, Bentley, and Volkswagen vehicles will use the COD technology to reduce fuel consumption and emissions, without detracting from performance, throttle response, and driveability.
2011-09-07
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Tennessee-based Diesel Engine Parts Corp. (or DHPS, for company’s founding name Diesel Head and Parts Service) has expanded its diesel-engine cylinder head remanufacturing capacity using its refined fusion-welding process, which helps commercial, military, and governmental organizations meet “reuse and recycle” goals.
2011-09-07
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Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems awarded a contract to Saft to supply lithium-ion (Li-ion) satellite batteries for MEXSAT-1 and MEXSAT-2. The satellites are part of the new MEXSAT communications system, which will provide government and civilian broadband communications to Mexico—supporting humanitarian needs and enhanced coverage for domestic communications.
2011-09-05
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The new 349E, powered by a 396 net hp (291 kW) C13 ACERT diesel, delivers more engine and hydraulic power than its 345D predecessor, while consistently averaging 5% improved fuel efficiency in typical applications.
2011-09-05
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Waytek offers custom high-current power distribution single and dual vehicle electrical centers to distribute main and auxiliary add-on power applications for construction, agricultural, and other off-highway equipment.
2011-09-02
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Omega Engineering’s DPG409 series high-accuracy digital pressure gages feature a large backlit display that makes it possible for users to read digits from over 10.7 m (35 ft).
2011-09-02
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Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. Engine and Power Products Division plans to begin rating its engines in accordance with SAE J2723 starting in September. Kawasaki believes this “critical power” rating will alleviate end-user confusion over horsepower labeling and “usable” power.
2011-09-02
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UQM Technologies Inc. has expanded into the marine hybrid-electric market through collaboration with ReGen Nautic USA Inc. to develop multiple UQM PowerPhase-based propulsion systems. ReGen Nautic is working with several marine OEMs to provide these systems as options for powering yachts, trawlers, and larger sailing boats.
2011-09-02
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Sensata Technologies Holding N.V. has completed the previously announced acquisition of the shares of Sensor-NITE Group Companies from Elex Group. Sensor-NITE is a manufacturer of high-temperature sensors used in the exhaust aftertreatment systems of diesel and advanced gasoline engines.
2011-08-31
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Nitriding piston rings is an established technology to improve efficiency, but Federal-Mogul has developed a new coating for gasoline engine applications claimed to reduce friction by up to 20%.
2011-08-31
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A recently completed design project demonstrated a 27% reduction in conrod mass—up to 2 kg total in a six-cylinder engine, with no degradation in durability.
2011-08-30
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The Laird Technologies Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding Effectiveness Calculator provides instantaneous shielding effectiveness computation of shielding materials for free on the company's website.
2011-08-30
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HED releases a 3-in (76-mm) CL-706 monochrome LCD display with 128 x 64 resolution.
2011-08-30
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Aviall Inc., a Boeing company, entered into an agreement with Moscow-based Aviation Service Company Aviation Equipment (ASC Aviation Equipment) to supply forecasting services, technology, training, and aviation material for distribution in the Russian aviation market.
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