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2009-02-18
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Aerospace has been a key focus segment for Sandvik Coromant for a number of years. With the establishment of its first aerospace application center in 2002, the company turned its attention toward finding ways to ensure that each customer had the tools to not only keep pace with the rapidly advancing industry but also to take advantage of the latest technology on the market.
2009-02-17
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The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded a Boeing team a four-year contract worth $49 million to continue developing technology that will enable a UAV to autonomously rendezvous with a tanker aircraft and refuel.
2009-02-17
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A five-axis horizontal machining center, the MAG3 is specifically designed for high productivity machining of complex aluminum monolithic parts for aerospace. Weaver Manufacturing employed it for making a large part that could not be handled as effectively any other way.
2009-02-17
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Electron Energy Corp., a leading U.S. producer of rare earth magnets, has been awarded a $750,000 Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) contract by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, Argonne, IL. The Phase II research contract, which runs from August 2008 through August 2009, is for the development of high-performance magnets and magnet technologies for advanced motors used in hybrid-electric vehicles.
2009-02-16
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Boeing and Bharat Electronics Ltd., one of India's leading defense companies, are jointly developing an analysis and experimentation center in India. The facility will be designed to enable government and industry to work together to explore the best alternatives and solutions to the challenges currently facing India's defense forces.
2009-02-16
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The continued evolution of rapid manufacturing is dependent on two basic elements: processes and materials. Academia and industry are busy exploring improvements in both.
2009-02-16
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AgustaWestland will build AW119 helicopters in India under a joint venture with Tata Sons. The two parties on Feb. 12 announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding to that effect. The JV will be responsible for AW119 final assembly, completion, and delivery to customers worldwide.
2009-02-16
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Electrohydraulics are particularly suited to platforms where there is a high degree of coordination required between the propulsion and work functions, as well as those where functional complexity or repetition of task is more suited to an automated approach.
2009-02-16
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Always on the lookout for the best equipment, tooling manufacturer and subcontractor Burcas Ltd. installed its first five-axis machining center last year to supplement three-axis prismatic metal cutting and extensive multiaxis mill turning at its Birmingham, U.K., factory.
2009-02-16
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Prima North America has announced the signing of a cooperative development and marketing agreement with Scientific Applications and Research Associates. Under the agreement, SARA will work with Prima's Laserdyne Systems engineers and use a Laserdyne 795 system in the development of its proprietary product concept called Dynamic Automated Visual Inspection System.
2009-02-13
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AEZ’s Lascar wheel features a sporty, bicolor design that suggests movement and forward thrust even when it’s standing still.
2009-02-13
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Delphi will be supplying telematics transceivers to Caterpillar starting in 2010. Sensors and software in the transceivers will enable equipment to send and retrieve data using global positioning systems and wireless telecommunications technology.
2009-02-13
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East Penn Manufacturing and Nuvera Fuel Cells have teamed to provide ReadyPower units to the Susquehanna Defense Distribution Supply Depot (DDSP) in New Cumberland, PA. The fuel-cell/battery hybrid units have been installed into 20 Yale forklifts as part of a two-year-demonstration project operated by the Defense Logistics Agency. 
2009-02-13
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Danaher Motion’s rugged fifth-generation LS5 Navigator laser sensor was designed for harsh outdoor environments such as harbors and loading platforms and for cold storage.
2009-02-13
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The Southco R4-EM electronic rotary latch integrates electronic access convenience with secure rotary latch performance.
2009-02-13
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Alcoa Fastening Systems introduces the MP-3V and MP-4V next-generation Marson air/hydraulic riveters.
2009-02-13
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Mack Trucks Inc. and Volvo Trucks North America have chosen HUSS for their new retrofit diesel particulate filter solution to allow operators of older-model Mack and Volvo trucks to meet stringent new emissions requirements approved by California environmental regulators in December 2008.
2009-02-13
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The No. 1002 is an electrically heated, 20 x 20 x 20 in (508 x 508 x 508 mm), 500ºF (260ºC) cabinet oven from Grieve used for various test procedures.
2009-02-13
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Toyota will roll out a new U.S. vehicle telematics program inspired by the G-Book program it has been developing for Japan. Called Toyota Safety Connect, the cellular-based system will be a factory-installed, dealer-activated option on select Toyota models. It will be standard equipment—along with a dealer-activated upgrade called Enform—on some Lexus models with navigation systems, starting with the HS-250 h luxury hybrid.
2009-02-13
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The TXDIN1600 series from Omega Engineering is a new-generation DIN rail-mounted temperature transmitter.
2009-02-13
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Government-led consumer incentives for the purchase of low-emission vehicles will be the most important long-term enabler for automakers in Europe to meet tough CO2 standards, according to Jato Consult in a new report. 
2009-02-13
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A new European Commission regulation on pedestrian protection, (EC) No. 78/2009, was published Feb. 4, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations. It repeals and replaces the current EC directives on pedestrian protection (2003/102/EEC) and on frontal protection systems (2005/66/EC).
2009-02-13
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A new EC regulation on hydrogen-fueled motor vehicles, (EC) No. 79/2009, was published Feb. 4. According to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations, the new rule applies to passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses that use hydrogen as a fuel, either in internal-combustion engines or fuel cells. 
2009-02-12
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Remanufactured brake shoes with PlatinumShield coating, just introduced by ArvinMeritor Inc. at the Technology & Maintenance Council event, provide enhanced corrosion protection and a three-year, 300,000-mi (483,000-km) warranty against rust-jacking.
2009-02-12
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Mitsubishi is entering the regional jet market, focusing on reduced fuel consumption and reduced noise. The company is finishing up its designs and preparing for first flight in 2011.
2009-02-12
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Aircraft manufacturers continue to devise new ways to reduce manual labor, turning to robots for repetitive jobs such as drilling holes. Research projects are helping improve precision so robots can be used for even the most demanding applications.
2009-02-12
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Interstate Specialty Products offers a lightweight, energy-absorbent Thermal Insulation Foam with a durable skin that can be die-cut to specification.
2009-02-12
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Otto’s HTWM Hall-effect miniature proportional thumbwheel offers the same performance as the standard HTW thumbwheel with a shorter behind-panel depth of 0.96 in (24 mm).
2009-02-12
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Bosch Rexroth offers a line of flow diverter valves with flows up to 60 gal/min (227 L/min) and pressures up to 5000 psi (344 bar).
2009-02-12
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SigmaNEST Companion CAD/CAM nesting software from Jet Edge for precision waterjet cutting systems uses a wizard-based approach to allow waterjet operators with limited CAD/CAM experience to design, edit, and nest parts.
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