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Safety clothing addresses standards to protect workers
Magid introduces three new products that provide Arc-Rated (AR) and Flame-Resistant (FR) protection.
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Hand knobs are available in inch and metric sizes
J.W. Winco Inc. announced it offers DIN 6336-NI stainless steel hand knobs in inch and metric sizes.
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Vigilant LED 60K High Bay is now CE compliant
Dialight announced the launch of its high-output LED Vigilant High Bay 240V with CE Compliance.
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Portable marking gun has built-in marking head
Well-balanced, weighing in at less than 3 kg and featuring an ergonomic grip, e-mark from SIC Marking is comfortable to hold and operate.
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Roller rail system dramatically reduces pulsation
Precise machining with high-quality surface finishing: Rexroth helps machine tool operators meet today’s exacting requirements with its new generation of RSHP Roller Rail Systems.
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Rapid Shift
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: September 2014

3D printing poised to turn prototyping on its head.
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Layered Approach
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: September 2013

Producing prototype automotive parts via 3-D printing helps reduce time to market while boosting vehicle quality and fuel efficiency.
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Sound Advice: How To Implement Precision Ultrasonic Cleaning For Medical Parts And Implants
Author: Cheryl Larkin, Miraclean
Published: September 2013

When cleaning parts, there is general cleaning and then there is precision cleaning. Both types are important in medical device manufacturing, but precision cleaningórepeatable removal of contaminants to a specified, usually validated standardóhas become more prevalent in part because of increasingly stringent Food and Drug Administration oversight of the manufacturing process, resulting in stricter process QC.
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Clean Sounds
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: May 2013

For manufacturers looking to effectively clean their parts, industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems are a sound option.
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Auto Clean
Author: Doris Schulz
Published: June 2011

Equipment and media options for cleaning automotive parts.
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Iscar Offers IQcloud Overview
Iscar Metals Inc. has introduced IQcloud, new software designed to streamline the front-end of cutting tool purchases by helping programmers condense the time it takes to get the cutting tool assembly into manufacturing technologies that they are using, whether that's CAD/CAM verification or tool management.
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Lower-power Light Enhances Tool Marking
Beamer Laser Marking Systems demonstrates a 24" indexable turntable system during IMTS 2014.
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When More Is Better
Simultaneous machining on two to four spindles enhances efficiency and lowers the cost per part for high-volume production.
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Robotics And The Ethernet
A Rockwell Automation representative talks about the Ethernet trend based on open standards and how its potential application for many industries. The video captures a robot arm sorting and aligning pucks. Driving the automation are Stratix switches, which were jointly developed by Cisco and Rockwell Automation.
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Smart Microscope
Scientists at the Australian National University have invented a method to make a high-powered lens that can transform a smartphone into a high-resolution microscope, according to the university. The lenses are made by using the natural shape of liquid droplets, and can cost less than a penny to produce.
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