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Spinal Disc Testing System

June 30, 2005 7:23 am | Comments

The BioPuls multi-station spinal disc wear debris testing system provides both power and flexibility for accurate, concurrent testing of up to six intervertebral disc devices.

Multi-Axis Robots

June 30, 2005 7:23 am | Comments

The compact and powerful RV-3S (6-axis) and RV-3SJ (5-axis) Series robots offer speeds of up to 5,500 mm/sec, repeatability of &#1770.02 mm, a reach of 641 mm, and an improved range of motion over previous models. Cleanroom versions are available.

Threaded Connectors

June 30, 2005 7:23 am | Qosina | Comments

Extra large bore high flow threaded connectors allow for faster delivery of viscous fluids and avoid the risk of connection errors between incompatible fluid systems.


Inductive Proximity Sensor

June 30, 2005 7:23 am | Comments

The IWRM 12Z8704/S14C analog inductive proximity sensor is provided with independently programmable digital and analog outputs.

Linear Guide System (2093)

June 30, 2005 7:10 am | Comments

The compact Redi-Rail Linear Guide System is now offered with an anti-bacterial coating to address the needs of the medical industry. The baked-on, durable finish contains a unique additive that ensures years of built-in protection against bacterial growth, even with repeated wash-downs.

384-Hole Heater

June 30, 2005 7:10 am | Comments

The 384-hole heater provides critical temperature uniformity across a 384 well Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) sample block. This proprietary technology enables extremely tight hole-to-hole tolerance allowing for near perfect registration of the 384-hole heater to a PCR sample block.

Connector (2089)

June 30, 2005 7:10 am | Comments

The PL-1200 Series connector features Pulse-Lok coupling, a unique push and click auto-latching mechanism that greatly simplifies mating, providing tactile and visual confirmation that the connector pair is securely engaged.

Electrostatic Dissipation

June 30, 2005 7:00 am | Evonik Cyro, LLC | Comments

Static charges can make inhalation therapy treatment less effective. Researchers have employed an alloy process to create materials with inherent electrostatic dissipative properties that dispel static charges.


Plastic Material Innovations Help Shape Healthcare Industry

June 30, 2005 6:40 am | Comments

An example of the successful application of wear-resistant compounds is this glucose meter. It contains internally lubricated, color-matched polycarbonate to reduce wear and motion-induced noise.


New Catheter Tipping Process Aids Tubing’s Accuracy and Throughput

June 30, 2005 6:40 am | Beahm Designs, Inc. | Comments

Tube tipping is accomplished by heat-treating the tube end to the point that it softens. This softened plastic is conformed into detailed dimensions. The Project: To resolve inconsistency and waste issues associated with manual tipping method.


Online Fastener Tool

June 6, 2005 6:58 am | Comments

A newly available online tool from PennEngineering Fastening Technologies offers the capability to ascertain whether a selected fastener type and plating complies with the European Union’s RoHS restrictions on lead and other hazardous materials.

Motor Catalog

June 6, 2005 6:58 am | Comments

The Maxon 2005/2006 catalog is now available. In addition to complete product specifications and drawings, there is a wealth of information explaining the company’s technology, a selection guide, and useful motor equations.

Automation Components/Systems

June 6, 2005 6:58 am | Comments

An 8-page color brochure from Bosch Rexroth gives an overview of the company’s automation components and systems based on a flexible and modular layered architecture. Included are motors, drives, controls, HMIs, I/O, and software that provide drive-, PLC-, PC-, or CNC-based automation solutions.

Switch Guide

June 6, 2005 6:58 am | Comments

NKK Switches offers its latest Switch Guide complete with new RoHS compliant switches from through-hole to surface mount.

RFID Industry Handbook

June 6, 2005 6:58 am | Comments

A new industry study, called RFID & Emerging Technologies Guide to Healthcare, predicts that RFID and its related technologies in the hospital marketplace will skyrocket to $8.


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