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Solenoid Valves (1635)

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Comments

Parker Fluid Control Division, New Britain, CT, is offering its new 24/7 Catalog, which features information on Skinner and Gold Ring solenoid valves. The valves, which are suitable for medical instrumentation, are available for shipping within 24 to 48 hours. Information: 440-205-7869.

Weld Nuts

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | PennEngineering | Comments

This four-page product bulletin profiles PEM self-locating projection weld nuts. These fasteners provide load-bearing threads in metal sheets too thin to tap and incorporate unique engineering to help promote cost-effective and efficient component assembly.

Electronic Components

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Allied Electronics, Inc. | Comments

The Allied Electronics Product Catalog contains reference data and purchasing information for

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Gas Plasma

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Comments

Literature from 4th State Inc., Belmont, CA, offers a look at gas plasma processing and systems. Plasma surface engineering can improve product quality and consistency, reduce friction, and establish or improve biocompatibility.

Outsourcing

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Ibs-Integrated Biosciences Inc. | Comments

A new guide from Integrated Biosciences Inc., Lewisberry, PA, presents a series of questions and answers to help readers determine if outsourcing is right for them. It also examines how to gain the greatest return on investment through outsourcing. Information: 610-866-8654.

EVP Proportional Control Valves

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc. | Comments

Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Cincinnati, has a new CD that gives detailed information about its line of EVP proportional control valves, which can control flow ranging from 0 to greater than 20 liters per minute.

Polymer and Rubber Compounds

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Rubber Industries | Comments

Many experts say engineers misunderstand rubber because, unlike metals or plastics, it does not have “cut and dried” design criteria. To help with the selection process, Rubber Industries, Shakopee, MN, is offering readers a free CD containing a selection guide for polymer and rubber compounds.

Laser Technology and Liver Chips

December 8, 2004 10:45 am | Comments

The “liver chip” is an MIT project designed to culture liver tissue. It’s seen as a tool for drug discovery and development including drug metabolism and toxicology. The chip’s cell-holding scaffolds are made of laser-machined polymers.

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CNC Controllers

December 7, 2004 5:21 am | Ge Fanuc Automation | Comments

The Series 31 i and 32 i CNC controllers feature FANUC reliability and quality as well as greatly enhanced specifications such as an increased number of simultaneously executed CNC programs, exceptional surface finishing capabilities, increased speed, and improved ease of use.

Looking at Intellectual Property From an Engineer’s Perspective

December 7, 2004 5:17 am | Foley & Lardner | Comments

Medical device engineers work in a world characterized by innovation and invention, but it is also a land run by legal truths and consequences. This article provides an overview of patent and trademark law to help engineers traverse the legal terrain.

Bringing Sterilization Inside

December 7, 2004 4:46 am | Steris Corporation | Comments

Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics, a global provider of trauma and joint replacement systems for knees, hips, and shoulders, has begun to sterilize devices in-house.

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Micro Tools

December 6, 2004 7:30 am | Kyocera Micro Tools | Comments

Both the composites/fiberglass router and engraving tool lines are designed to increase production efficiency in manufacturing environments. The routers include a 0.25-inch carbide straight-flute router bit, operated by a hand-held air tool and is ideal for cutting fiberglass.

Flowmeter

December 6, 2004 7:30 am | Krohne, Inc. | Comments

The OPTIMASS Series 7000 is a single straight-tube Coriolis mass flowmeter. This uniquely constructed flow meter offers no-hassle installation and excellent performance in density and mass flow.

SCARA Robots

December 6, 2004 7:30 am | I & J Fisnar, Inc. | Comments

The TMB200R and TMB300R series of industrial SCARA robots are ideal applications that require high speed and large working area, offering greater flexibility for automated manufacturing environments, including conveyors and work cells.

Spring Contacts

December 6, 2004 7:30 am | Comments

Four contacts (#24, #26, #27, and #38), made from Beryllium Nickel Alloy 360, is recommended for "down-hole" and "burn-in" applications. BeNi is suitable for continuous use up to 250&#176C, and periodic use up to 370&#176C, without significant loss of its spring properties.

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