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Equipamento de manufatura eletrônico

Wi-Fi battery differential scopes for automotove

These “WiFiScopes mark a new development of TiePie engineering, the first and industry’s only Wi-Fi-connected automotive test scopes with differential inputs”, according to the company, which last week introduced four general-purpose differential input Wi-Fi scopes. “The differential automotive scopes are every day oscilloscopes for automotive engineers and can be used via a LAN, Wi-Fi or…

Equipamento de manufatura eletrônico

Control combines display, touch buttons and swipes in 64mm cylinder

The 64mm diameter font panel has a central circular OLED display, described at 128 x 128 by the company, then tough buttons around the edge (at north, south east and west) plus a central touch area. Long and short touches are differentiated by the internal hardware. Touch is capacitive. The south touch button, nominally the ‘home’ key,…

Metalurgia e fabricação CNC

Medical equipment parts manufacturing firms take advantage of Ceratizit UK & Ireland tooling/support offer

Customers ranging from leading Formula One teams right through the supply chain have approached Ceratizit UK & Ireland to request support for their production, with over 20 customers so far benefitting from the cutting tool discount of 70% and, whatever technical support they need to maximise the potential of those tools. Says Tony Pennington, managing…

Metalurgia e fabricação CNC

Axium Process increases supply chain resilience, installs Doosan machinery supported by Autodesk software

The two new additions to the factory floor include a Doosan 220 Lynx twin-spindle CNC lathe and a Doosan DNM5700S CNC vertical machining centre, supported by Autodesk Fusion 360 cloud-based software. The machines will be used to produce an array of components, including parts for Axium Process’s filtration systems. This investment comes at a particularly…

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BOEM issues new timeline for offshore wind review

The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has pushed back to December 2020 a final environmental impact statement on the Vineyard Wind offshore wind energy project, meaning backers of the 800-megawatt development off southern New England will miss their 2022 target to start making electricity. Preliminary findings from that study – examining the potential cumulative…

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