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2008-12-02
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The compact UCL-510 Ultrasonic Level Sensor from Gems Sensors & Controls is suitable for non-contact applications such as industrial water treatment, chemical storage, and various other fluid applications.
2008-12-02
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Automatically activated upon vehicle start-up, in.pro.’s fLED-line daytime running lights feature LED technology.
2008-12-02
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CSR’s BlueCore TouchLITE allows manufacturers to include a Bluetooth remote control for navigation systems, in-car multimedia devices, and MP3 players with little additional cost or development time.
2008-12-02
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The SV-10 cylinder honing machine from Sunnen combines power, precision, and technology to deliver automatic cylinder sizing.
2008-12-02
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OmniVision Technologies offers a one-megapixel complementary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor designed specifically for advanced automotive vision and sensing systems.
2008-12-02
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FANUC Robotics offers the Paint Mate 200iA intelligent mini paint robot.
2008-12-02
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Parker Hannifin’s portable nitrogen tire inflation system offers easy transport.
2008-12-02
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Kadant AES offers UNiGY pump-control technology used in plastic injection-molding applications.
2008-12-02
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The Yokogawa DLM2000 series is a family of mixed-signal oscilloscopes that combines long memory, fast waveform acquisition, flexible configuration, and compact form factor.
2008-12-02
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The no. 989 from Grieve is an electrically heated, 2000ºF (1093ºC) inert atmosphere furnace used to process fabricated parts such as auto body frames.
2008-12-02
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Serving an intricately connected set of professionals along the product life cycle such as designers, engineers, and material experts, RTT USA’s RTT DeltaGen 8.0 is the latest version of its 3-D design and visualization software package.
2008-12-02
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TandN Products features the NASCAR-approved Saf to GO lug nut that indicates when it is safely snug to the wheel.
2008-11-26
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Reducing noise and saving weight are often conflicting elements when engineering a new car, but JSP has developed a new form of its ARPRO sound-absorption material claimed to enable noise-reduction levels up to 10 times that of regular ARPRO.
2008-11-26
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Elaborate rollout ceremonies are expected for new airplanes, but in the world of engineering and manufacturing, a stylish event built up around an engineering support structure is a rarity. This pattern was broken when engineering firm Semmco staged a ceremony to introduce its tail docking system at London’s Heathrow Airport in the maintenance hangar of U.K. operator bmi.
2008-11-26
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The idea of parachutes as a last resort for light-aircraft safety had been around for quite a while; however, it never reached the stage where it could be truly commercialized. Larry Williams, CEO and President of Ballistic Recovery Systems (BRS), said the initial concept for the BRS parachute system came about when company founder Boris Popov had a near-death experience when his wing glider collapsed.
2008-11-24
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Multitasking is often considered a good business practice, but some Air Force repair depots in France and the U.S. found that focusing on tasks in what's called a critical chain shortened their turnaround times. Changing business processes brought big benefits, including 30-40% reductions in repair times.
2008-11-24
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Electronic controls are attractive to designers and equipment operators, but they also appeal to those who have to repair equipment. Eliminating hydraulic hoses opens up a lot of space, while adding digital controls makes it easier to troubleshoot many problems.
2008-11-24
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Dreams and imaginations are what propel us as a society into the future. Also, they help transcend and overcome challenging times like we face today. While such times can strike paralyzing fear into many, an unbridled imagination can lift us out of such doldrums and help to create a new economy.
2008-11-24
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For the fourth year in a row, a different Chinese automaker will make its debut at the North American International Auto Show. The new-to-NAIAS Chinese OEM at the Jan. 11-25 event in Detroit will be Brilliance Auto, which produces its own models under the Zhonghua (sedans) and Jinbei (minibuses) brands, as well as 3 Series and 5 Series sedan models for BMW.
2008-11-24
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Gulfstream Aerospace, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, recently broke ground for the second phase of its Savannah Service Center in Savannah, GA. When completed by the third quarter of 2009, the overall service center will be the largest maintenance facility in the world built specifically for business jets.
2008-11-24
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Many labs are already heavily engaged with testing to meet the Tier 4 Interim phase targets of 2011 and will only increase the proportion of work for Tier 4 as the final phase approaches in 2014.
2008-11-24
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Clean diesel engine technology powered 23 Audi vehicles from New York to California as journalists participated in a performance and fuel economy-focused marathon covering more than 4,800 miles.
2008-11-21
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As fuel-cell technology makes progress in research labs, forklifts are serving as a proving grounds. Crown Equipment Corp. has developed a range of fuel-cell vehicles, striving to take the technology beyond research into production.
2008-11-21
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GE Aviation recently opened its new jet engine component factory near Batesville in northwest Mississippi. Formally called GE Batesville Composites Operation, the 300,000-ft² facility will produce advanced composite engine components.
2008-11-21
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Airbus has selected B/E Aerospace as the supplier of galley systems for the A350 XWB. B/E Aerospace’s new galley system is designed to accommodate the aircraft's "flex zones," which allows the airlines to select from a catalog of pre-engineered galley configurations.
2008-11-21
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AgustaWestland and Oboronprom Corp. signed an agreement for the establishment of a 50:50 joint venture (JV) company in Russia to set up and run a civil AW139 helicopter final assembly line. The registered office of the JV company and the final assembly line will be located in Moscow, and the AW139s assembled there will be used to satisfy the requirements of the civil markets in Russia and CIS countries primarily.
2008-11-21
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Volvo Construction Equipment will move the majority of its motor grader activities currently located in Goderich, Ontario, Canada, to the company’s facility in Shippensburg, PA. The decision to consolidate the industrial operations for road machinery in North America to Shippensburg was taken to improve the competitiveness and profitability of the total road machinery business and to reduce exposure to exchange rate fluctuations within North America.
2008-11-21
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Deere & Co. said it has acquired full ownership of ReGen Technologies Inc., a remanufacturing company located in Springfield, MO. Deere had already owned 50% of the business. The operations will be more fully integrated with remanufacturing operations in Edmonton, Canada, and the overall name of the business will be John Deere Reman.
2008-11-21
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Genie Industries, a manufacturer of aerial work platforms, broke ground at its new manufacturing facility in Changzhou, China. Production is planned to begin in mid-2009. Workers at the facility will manufacture Genie equipment for the first time in the local Asian market.
2008-11-19
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Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) announced plans to establish an aerospace center at Montreal-Mirabel International Airport for the final assembly and test of the new generation PW800 family of engines. A total of $575.3 million will be invested in the Mirabel Aerospace Centre and P&WC's other Quebec facilities over the next five years.
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