This advanced bearing technology provides up to six times the load capacity or 216 times the travel life of conventional linear bearings, according to the company.
The EHV/EHS features a new synthesized function producing a louder sound typically needed for in-factory assembly line environments.
The new Bar Feeder Alignment System features an instantaneous set-up using a self-centering laser tool, accommodates bores as small as ¾” diameter, and is AAA battery operated, says the company.
Ultra EL is a high-performance lubricant blend that provides advanced cooling technologies that allow air compressors to run cooler and more efficiently, even in high ambient temperature environments, says the company.
The new Grease Gun delivers up to 10,000 PSI operating pressure and features a new pre-set grease counter to dispense exact amounts of grease.
The C316 & C370 Series cold saws are heavy-duty mitering machines with a vertical column design that provides extremely stable saw frame guidance, stability, and vibration-free sawing, says the company.
TAZ offers the largest print volume in its class along with exceptional print resolution, quality, and accuracy, according to the company.
The three-session, online training package will feature Energy Charting and Metrics software, a free Microsoft Excel®-based tool that streamlines the analysis of energy use information from buildings.
This is the first time that a machine can be controlled with smart-phone convenience, according to the company.
The main feature of the new MultiLED is a very broad blue color range with a wavelength of 447 to 476 nanometers and high brightness.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has announced that it has consolidated the Smith Equipment oxy-fuel cutting equipment product line under the Miller brand.
Using dividers, plastic bins, and foam can help users quickly and easily identify items. Add some shelving and mini-racking to store medium and large parts
It seemed like a win for everyone when a startup car company, backed by political heavyweights, wooed investors with plans to build a massive auto plant in Mississippi. GreenTech Automotive announced in 2009 production would start in three years and foreign investors who plunked down at least $500,000 for the venture would get the opportunity to live in the U.S. while an impoverished area of Mississippi would get jobs and tax revenues.
Struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry will consider selling itself. The company said Monday that its board has formed a special committee to explore "strategic alternatives" in hopes of boosting the adoption of its BlackBerry 10 smartphone. The company said its options could also include joint ventures, partnerships, or other moves.
Wheeling planners are considering a company's proposal to open a plant that would recycle wastewater from natural gas drilling. The Wheeling Planning Commission is expected to make a decision on GreenHunter Water's application at a meeting on Monday. Commissioners had declined to consider the project at their June and July meetings, saying they needed additional information about the project.
Apple won a partial victory in its long-running patent dispute with Samsung on Friday when a U.S. administrative panel found Samsung in violation of two Apple patents and blocked imports of some Samsung devices. But the U.S. International Trade Commission cleared Samsung on four other patents in dispute.
About 100 employees at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant have been sent layoff notices as the facility moves toward a shutdown. The United States Enrichment Corp., issued the notices Friday. The latest round of notices are separate from the roughly 160 employees whose jobs will be cut Aug. 16. Workers notified on Friday were told their jobs would end between Oct. 14 and Oct. 25.
A legislative committee delayed approval of an incentive agreement for a huge fuel plant planned for southwestern Louisiana, with some members complaining they don't have enough information about the cost of tax incentives used to attract the facility. The Joint Committee on the Budget's decision to delay approval until its next meeting was a setback for Stephen Moret, economic development chief for Gov. Bobby Jindal.
While the survey showed that customers cared about some aspects of a manufacturer’s capabilities more than other, there wasn’t a wide disparity between their highest and lowest ranked attributes. For example, survey takers gave the top-ranked attribute, “Quality,” a 4.73 out of a possible 5 rating. The lowest ranked attribute, “Sales Process,” still received a rating of 3.08 out of a possible 5.
The Game, a Phenix City, Ala.-based manufacturer of sporting apparel for nearly a thousand collegiate baseball teams, recently announced a new line of American-made products — American Threads — to be manufactured in North Carolina. Amid a noticeable demand for a home-grown product, they decided to reconsider the cost picture of producing goods locally.