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2010-03-11
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The mid-frequency dc (MFDC) butt-welding system and process controller from Hess Industries is designed for passenger-car and heavy-duty-truck rim manufacturing.
2010-03-11
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Compact Power Inc. says lithium-ion batteries offer several key advantages over nickel metal-hydride types.
2010-03-11
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Prinoth Ltd.'s GO-TRACT 4500 fully tracked equipment carrier offers what it says is a line-leading 46,000-lb (20,900-kg) payload with maximum mobility and minimum impact.
2010-03-11
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Three models are said to offer ease of use to entry-level professional landscape contractors.
2010-03-11
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Vögele's Deutz-powered mini paver, the tracked Super 700, was launched late last year and takes the place of four-year-old SUPER 600.
2010-03-11
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Caterpillar says that it has engineered a number of improvements into its 973D track loader, making it more powerful and productive than its predecessor.
2010-03-11
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Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received a three-year, $9.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s Airbase Technologies Division to perform research and development of technologies for deployed airbase infrastructure, force protection, and homeland defense operations.
2010-03-11
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The Leaf all-electric 4/5-passenger sedan will have "over 100 miles" (160 km) range on EPA LA-4 cycle and a 90 mph (150 kph) top speed.
2010-03-10
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Having launched its first production hybrid vehicle, the Cayenne S petrol-electric offering, Porsche seems intent on pushing for alternative powered automobiles throughout its range. Sharing Porsche’s 2010 Geneva Motor Show stage alongside the aforementioned Cayenne, as well as the 911 GT3 R hybrid, was the 918 Spyder concept.
2010-03-10
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Take the Opel/Vauxhall Ampera extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) drivetrain, revealed by General Motors at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, and scale the vehicle up to provide the style, performance, and the accommodation of a grand tourer, and the Flextreme GT/E concept, shown at the 2010 Geneva show, could be the result.
2010-03-10
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Electric-vehicle advocacy group pushes an accelerated plan to free America from oil imports.
2010-03-10
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Bobcat says its three new excavators in the 4- to 5-ton (3.6- to 4.5-t) weight class offer improved performance and operator comfort.
2010-03-10
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Orbital Sciences Corp. reached an agreement to acquire the spacecraft development and manufacturing business of General Dynamics Corp.’s subsidiary, GD Advanced Information Systems. The acquisition enhances Orbital’s position in the growing market for national-security space systems, including spacecraft used in intelligence and surveillance, missile tracking, space situational awareness, and other operational defense missions.
2010-03-10
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The U.S. Navy and GE Aviation are collaborating on an environmentally beneficial program to recover rhenium-bearing aircraft engine components from out-of-service F404 and F414 engines and then incorporate this precious metal back into the manufacture of new engine parts.
2010-03-10
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Rolls-Royce has exercised its option to add Parker Aerospace's heat-management valves to the pneumatics package it already supplies on the Trent XWB engine program. Product design, manufacture, and support will be completed by the Parker Aerospace Fluid Systems Division in Irvine, CA.
2010-03-10
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Harris Corp. and Jotron AS have teamed up to pursue an anticipated five-year, $200 million U.S. FAA contract for next-generation radios that will support the agency's future air/ground communications needs.
2010-03-10
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Premium Aerotec GmbH recently began construction of a new plant in Ghimbav/Brasov County, Romania, for processing aircraft components. Operations are expected to begin this year and be completed by the end of 2011.
2010-03-10
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Northrop Grumman Information Systems awarded Sypris Electronics LLC follow-on orders to provide electronic assemblies for the communications, navigation, and identification (CNI) avionics system on Lockheed Martin's F-35 Lightning II program.
2010-03-10
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Early in Honda’s life as a car maker, the company produced city cars powered by small, efficient motorcycle-derived drivetrains. At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show in March, Honda recalled the 1967 N360 city car in one of its two battery electric concepts; city commuters are the target customer for the Honda 3R-C three-wheeled electric vehicle concept.
2010-03-10
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Quebec-based TM4 to focus on production runs of up to 10,000 units for its new permanent-magnet machines.
2010-03-10
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The new Twin-Air engine features Fiat's electro-hydraulic Multiair valve gear. It is expected to deliver super-low CO2 emissions in a variety of A- and B-segment vehicles beginning MY2011.
2010-03-09
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Kubota says its M Series tractor models feature more power, less noise, and reduced emissions.
2010-03-09
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The company's new SCR system adjusts the reductant-droplet size according to exhaust conditions, providing the finest possible spray.
2010-03-09
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DSM Composite Resins offers Palapreg ECO P55-01, a bio-renewable resin for sheet and bulk molding compound applications in the automotive and other industries.
2010-03-09
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DSM Engineering Plastics supplies thermoplastics offering sustainable solutions for the automotive and electrical/electronic industries.
2010-03-09
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Pyongsan's coaxial tube bending and assembly uses a double-layered tube to carry both suction and liquid lines within the internal heat exchange system.
2010-03-09
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REM Surface Engineering’s Rapid ISF (Isotropic Superfinish) process for rear-axle hypoid gear sets provides the benefits of greater efficiency, as well as reduced friction, wear, and operating temperatures, via a high-speed drag-finishing production process.
2010-03-09
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Cardone provides remanufactured automotive parts, from vintage to current-model applications, for 49 different product lines, using its expertise in mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic technology.
2010-03-09
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FCC's Advanced Segment (FAS) technology is suitable for automatic transmissions, CVTs, and wet-clutch DCTs.
2010-03-08
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Comfort Motion Technologies offers the CMT software system, installed in the memory module of power-seat applications to improve occupant seating comfort and alertness by automatically making subtle changes in the seat position.
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