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2009-07-17
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Snecma and Volvo Aero agreed to a five-year partnership involving the series production of 37 nozzles and the same number of turbines, which will be manufactured by Volvo Aero in Trollhättan from the end of 2009 until mid-2014.
2009-07-16
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Bringing down a helicopter safely with little or no ground sight is a challenging scenario. ESG has developed the SeLa landing aid based on advanced radar sensors and low-light-level cameras. This system has a reach of up to 60 m and measures the altitude with a precision of 30 to 40 mm.
2009-07-16
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T435 dc-operated high-precision servo inclinometers from Sherborne Sensors are designed for down-hole logging applications or for use in areas where space is at a premium.
2009-07-16
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Cicoil’s Cat 5e cable features a flexible flat profile and an extruded silicone encapsulation, meeting or exceeding all electrical and signal requirements for the Cat 5e standard.
2009-07-16
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RT/duroid 5880LZ laminate materials from Rogers tout the lowest Dk for a copper-clad laminate available in the market, providing improved antenna efficiency.
2009-07-16
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On July 7, the Antares DLR-H2 motor glider took off for the first time from Hamburg Airport in Germany. The piloted aircraft is powered by a fuel cell that produces up to 25-kW electric power at a tank-to-propeller efficiency that can reach 44%.
2009-07-15
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Proposed new auto A/C refrigerant passes flammability risk assessment by Honeywell. Phase-in R-1234yf systems could be installed on same assembly line as continuing production R-134a systems, according to Visteon analysis.
2009-07-14
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Valenite's VP9605 turning grade with MicroForm technology improves production cost savings on average by 35% with no loss of tool life and works well in demanding environments.
2009-07-14
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The climate change bill that the U.S. House of Representatives passed narrowly in June—and that the Senate will start considering in September—has a number of provisions that will make eye-popping auto manufacturer holiday gifts, if the legislation ends up on President Barack Obama’s desk later this year.
2009-07-14
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Toyota may employ solar power to charge the Prius's high-voltage batteries eventually, but for now it is using the alternative energy source to run fans.
2009-07-14
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It is 50 years since Porsche first seriously considered the possibility of a full four-seat sports sedan or coupe and more­ than 20 years since it built the one-off, four-door 928 H50. But now at last, with the Panamera, it has one in production.
2009-07-14
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Seven single-occupant vehicles logged four-digit mpg numbers at the 30th running of the SAE Supermileage competition for college teams.
2009-07-14
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The Axis series from Dispense Works is an automated filling system designed to fill greases and pastes into cavities and onto components to very accurate and repeatable volumes.
2009-07-14
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Sloan Transportation’s Gladhands quick-release coupling devices are used to connect the service and emergency air lines from a truck or tractor to the trailer.
2009-07-14
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The TR160Y dual-axis trunnion rotary table from Haas Automation is designed to mount in the Y direction of a midsize VMC.
2009-07-14
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Primarily used for mid- to large-sized objects such as molds, stampings, and sheet metal, the SLP-500 is part of Laser Design’s next-generation line of 3-D laser-scanning probes.
2009-07-14
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Huco Dynatork features a range of small precision couplings.
2009-07-14
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Cognex’s Cost Savings Advisor was designed to help customers evaluate a cost-savings plan for vision inspection, automation, or identification applications.
2009-07-14
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A new seating system debuting in the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid sedan is eco-complimentary, lightweight, and helps to cool the vehicle's hybrid battery.
2009-07-14
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The 2010 Forte sedan serves up a number of technologies that differ from the four-door Spectra it replaces.
2009-07-13
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Revised versions of Australian Design Rules on braking were published on June 28, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations. The revised versions mandate the fitment of electronic stability control (ESC) systems to all passenger cars and multipurpose passenger vehicles.
2009-07-13
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Though consumers often comment on the silence of hybrid vehicles, noise and vibration specialists hear a whole new set of sounds. The whine of electric motors and the whir of fans are heard loudly when they are not masked by the purr of a gasoline engine.
2009-07-13
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The auto industry’s efforts to increase connectivity by providing USB ports are attracting more suppliers from the consumer industry. Jungo Ltd., which provides middleware used in a number of consumer products, has rolled out a protocol stack that will help ensure compatibility with any USB device.
2009-07-13
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Toyota recently deployed the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) network as the infotainment network in its Lexus RX and Prius lines, highlighting a new battle in network design. ETHERNET, 1394, and MOST are vying for a slice of the rapidly expanding infotainment market.
2009-07-09
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Shanghai Auto 2009 showed evidence of an approaching maturity and new business-driven thinking among the Chinese OEMs. With new brands, and increasingly modern safety content, China is gearing up for the next decade not only to dominate the domestic market but also to spearhead its entry into volume exports to developed markets.
2009-07-09
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Making a weight saving of 100 kg for a high-performance car is a significant achievement, and that is what Lamborghini has managed for its new Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce (SV).
2009-07-08
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Norwood Marking Systems / Kingsley Machine’s programmable thermal printing, measuring, and cutting system prints on both sides of heat-shrink sleeving or flexible tubing simultaneously.
2009-07-08
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Fanuc Robotics America’s M-1iA intelligent assembly robot is a six-axis, parallel-link unit.
2009-07-08
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The S100 from Grote Industries is a 12-V LED white-light surface-mount dome lamp.
2009-07-08
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EPCOS' rugged SMT power inductors feature a base plate with injection-molded termination clips.