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2013-08-08
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ZF’s Schweinfurt location inaugurated a 400-m2 (4300-ft2) Composites Tech Center on July 29. The facility comprises a press with a high-pressure injection unit for various resin hardener systems, and systems for processing including a robot, as well as an infrared and tempering furnace.
2013-08-07
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Recently at the BYD Shaoguan Industrial Park, a grand opening event was held for a new assembly line where the iron battery-powered BYD energy 3.5T electric forklift is being manufactured. First launched in 2012, the 3.5T produces no emissions and has a high change/discharge rate.
2013-08-07
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GKN will beef up its engineering staff over the next three years as it expands operations in the Detroit suburb of Auburn Hills. About 40 engineers will be hired, bringing to about 165 the number of staff with engineering responsibilities.
2013-08-06
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DOE-funded research effort aims to develop more affordable, high-strength lightweight steels. The Colorado School of Mines and the Los Alamos National Laboratory research team will pursue the quenching and partitioning (Q&P) processing method to achieve the desired material capabilities.
2013-08-05
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Donaldson Company, Inc., a worldwide manufacturer of air and liquid filtration systems and replacement parts for engines, is expanding test laboratories at its Bloomington, MN, corporate headquarters. 
2013-08-05
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Arnite A-X07455 from Royal DSM is the first high-performance polyethylene terephthalate (PET) engineering plastic that is highly resistant to hydrolysis, the company claims.
2013-08-05
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Case CE’s new minimum-swing radius excavators combine maneuverability and power to boost performance and operator comfort.
2013-08-05
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SEAT Design Director Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos knows exactly what he wants when he embarks on the creation of a new car: 'Proportions: they are 70% of the success of any new model.'
2013-08-05
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Komatsu America's CTO Mitsuru Ueno (shown) and VP of Mining Erik Wilde, who are serving as co-chairs for the SAE 2013 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress, discuss this year's event and some important cross-industry technology trends.
2013-08-05
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Kubota engineers developed new small displacement engines that adopt a common rail system while optimizing the combustion system and injection characteristics.
2013-08-05
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ZF workers in South Carolina are assembling the world's first passenger vehicle nine-speed automatic transmission, a milestone that underscores the industry's march to improve vehicle fuel efficiency.
2013-08-05
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Engineers have demonstrated motorized vehicles that run on natural gas, pure hydrogen, biofuels, and electrons. By 2035, if present trends hold, vehicles using these alternative fuels will remain a tiny fraction of vehicles on the road. What could change in the next few years to drive adoption of one or more alternative fuels?
2013-08-05
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PI (Physik Instrumente)’s new hexapod micro-positioning system is a parallel kinematic platform that provides motion with six degrees of freedom.
2013-08-05
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The Connected Farm mobile fleet app from Trimble was designed to give managers and technicians access to fleet information from any location.
2013-08-05
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MEN Micro releases the PX1 PCI express mini card that uses a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver to handle data transmissions from both GPS and GLONASS systems.
2013-08-02
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The decreasing relative cost of electronics and the pace of electronics development have significantly increased the need to adopt modern commercial off-the­-shelf computing architectures in avionics.
2013-08-01
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The key to sustainable space transportation is reliable, safe, and affordable vehicles that can be used over and over again in much the same way that global air transport is accepted today.
2013-08-01
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Constellium provides a close focus on how waste material is recovered and reused through the supply-chain manufacturing process up to the time when the airframe is eventually dismantled after a lifetime of service use.
2013-07-31
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PowerGenix announced on July 31 that it has entered into an innovation contract with PSA Peugeot Citroën Automobiles of France for evaluation of the supplier's nickel-zinc batteries as a replacement for lead-acid types in stop-start vehicles.
2013-07-31
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Verisurf’s seventh generation of its Verisurf X computer-aided inspection, reverse engineering, and assembly guidance software has model-based GD&T inspection technology at its core, and it supports more options for reporting and presenting data, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Adobe 3-D PDF Viewer.
2013-07-31
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The digital linear-ball-bearing gauging probe system from Measurement Specialties accurately measures manufactured parts during production for automated inspection screening and statistical process control data collection.
2013-07-31
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Collier Research Corp.’s Version 6.4.5 of HyperSizer composite structural analysis and optimization software not only runs faster than previous versions, but it also is based on a reconfigured core technology with built-in intelligence that produces more accurate answers with less user input.
2013-07-31
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Complementing the 6.7-L Cummins, 2014 Ram HD models receive Chrysler's "big" Hemi V8, and the 2500 series adds a more compliant five-link rear suspension.
2013-07-31
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Michigan is aiming for its first victory in next month’s 2013 World Solar Challenge with a new asymmetrical racecar that is ready for 1860 mi (2990 km) in the Australian sun.
2013-07-31
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Toray, an organic synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry, and biotechnology company has acquired a 20% interest in Plasan Carbon Composites (PCC). Established in 2006, PCC recently announced that it will be supplying the 2014 Corvette Stingray hoods and two versions of removable roofs.
2013-07-31
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The next world-girdling version of the fuel-less flier will rely on featherweight polymers and composites.
2013-07-30
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The durable CAP-300 Series coolant level sensor from Gems Sensors & Controls was designed to perform over long periods of time in challenging environments and under rugged coolant applications.
2013-07-30
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TE Connectivity offers flexible, diesel-resistant FDR25S power cable wire designed for commercial and military aerospace, ground, and marine industries.
2013-07-30
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Crane Aerospace & Electronics’ down-leaded version of its Interpoint MFP Series point-of-load converters, available in both flanged and nonflanged packages, is a single-output, 16-W dc-dc converter that provides output voltages from 0.64 to 3.5 V from a source voltage of 3 to 6 V with up to 90% efficiency.
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