The focused beam of this high-power Infrared LED (IRED) achieves a range of more than 100 meters (109.36 yards).
M2 Series tools are engineered with a durable 1-hp speed-governed motor to help operators complete surface material removal projects faster and easier.
The environmentally bulletproof IR-700 infrared combustible hydocarbon gas detector is now certified SIL 2 capable.
The innovative AMD-035 Membrane Dryer lowers the dew point by continuously removing water vapor and venting into the surrounding atmosphere.
A new feature from Power Pick Global software allows users to “purge” materials from inventory that are no longer needed.
The PT-150M is a professional-grade license-free portable 2-way radio that operates in the VHF MURS frequency band.
The HEMCO LE fume hood incorporates a Unitized Superstructure, with non-metallic dual wall construction for total chemical resistance, strength, and durability.
Providing upgrades to its software, so it keeps pace with the additional features built into its imagers, provides the best thermal imaging experience for customers, says the company.
The SpectraLight QC is a visual color assessment lightbooth that can meet practically any specification, says the company.
These round wire springs are ideal for applications beyond those of traditional die springs and are well suited for any high stress, heavy load applications such as aircraft mechanisms, industrial equipment, brakes, and clutches.
The mixed-load palletizing and variety pack solutions utilize advanced robotics and software technology to automate the creation of mixed-SKU pallet loads, retail-ready displays, and variety pack cases.
The new Steel-Tech High Performance Spray Paint contains real 316L stainless steel for ultimate metal protection.
NAMII, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, driven by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM), proudly announces that to commemorate national Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) observed on October 4th, it is holding a Public Open House on the evening of Thursday, October 3rd. The public is welcome to this free special event and encouraged to attend, but registration is required.
Toyota is recalling 615,000 Sienna minivans in the U.S. because they can inadvertently shift out of park and roll away. The recall involves Siennas from the 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009 models years. Toyota said Thursday that the shift locking device can potentially be damaged.
The boom in sales of new cars in the U.S. has been fueled by consumers replacing vehicles they kept through the recession. But a top auto industry executive says that the pent-up demand likely will be satisfied by late next year. Jim Lentz, Toyota's North American CEO, said demand for new cars from owners of older models could dry up sometime late in 2014.
The FBI has been using drones to support its law enforcement operations since 2006 and has spent more than $3M on the unmanned aircraft, the Justice Department's internal watchdog said. The disclosure came in a new report by the Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, who revealed that the department also has awarded $1.26M to at least seven local police departments and nonprofit organization for drones.
A former car plant that's a symbol of Detroit's industrial decline could be sold for as little as $21,000 after failing to get bids in an initial public auction. The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press report the property is to be listed as a package of 42 parcels during the second round of the Wayne County treasurer's tax foreclosure auction, which starts Oct. 8.
BlackBerry said Friday that it is committed to completing a series of major changes quickly after posting a nearly billion-dollar loss and a 45 percent drop in revenue for the second quarter. The troubled smartphone company reported a loss of $965 million and revenue of $1.6 billion, in line with what it warned when it surprised the market by releasing dismal earnings projections last week and announcing 4,500 layoffs.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems has announced its biggest order in three years. The company has a contract for a Texas wind energy project that will mean more work for Vestas' Colorado plants, including its wind tower plant south of Pueblo. Vestas said Duke Energy Renewables has placed an order for two projects in southern Texas.
A 49-year-old potato chip plant built by Humpty Dumpty and now owned by Old Dutch was set to close Friday — affecting 216 workers in the Montreal area. Its U.S.-based company announced in May the plant had "reached the end of its economic life" and would close after Old Dutch failed to get a $20-million to $25-million subsidy from the Quebec government to renovate the plant.