Hydraulic expansion toolholders can safely transfer torques of up to 520 Nm (384 ft-lbs) at a 20 mm clamping diameter and are perfectly suited for high volume cutting.
Deacom, Inc. recently announced that Pinnacle Oil Holdings, LLC, an independent lubricant manufacturer and packager based out of Indianapolis, IN, has licensed the DEACOM Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System to manage its business operations.
aPriori, a provider of product cost management software solutions, recently announced that ThyssenKrupp Elevator, one of the world’s leading elevator companies has deployed its software platform to effectively attack product costs earlier in the product lifecycle.
The deal will see Eaton and Cooper combine to form a new company, likely to be called Eaton Global Corp. PLC.
About 560 GM employees are full-time workers at a Michigan assembly plant and part-time family members at home in Tennessee.
The company has been cooperating with an investigation by its customers but declined to reveal details about its own probe.
But China insists Google's Android operating system for mobile devices remain available to all at no cost for the next five years.
After more than $400 million in outlays and months behind schedule, dozens of electric cars have hit the road in Israel.
The Detroit automaker said Friday that it won't be advertising on the Feb. 3 spectacle because of a steep price hike demanded by CBS, the network broadcasting the game.
Google's self-driving car responds reasonably well in real-life traffic situations around Washington, D.C.
Is anyone else concerned about the technologies that have metaphorically blinded us to the world? Google, always the innovator, has rendered the metaphor obsolete and plans to actually blind you to the world.
March U.S. manufacturing technology orders were up 11.3 percent from February but down 1.4 percent when compared with the total of $502.89 million reported for March 2011.
Those who do travel won't feel free to splurge. The bulk of road trippers, experts say, will take shorter trips . . .
Worries over Spain were reignited in the past two weeks by the prospect that Greece might leave the 17-country euro union . . .
Toyoda said that production, technological innovation and suppliers must be kept in Japan, to prevent a "hollowing out" of Japan Inc. . . .
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Single-family home construction is now 39 percent higher than its recession low, and developers are also anticipating more sales . . .
Boeing said about 17 percent of Boeing's defense revenue came from overseas in 2010. That grew to 24 percent last year, and could hit 30 percent . . .
Millen is a small community in rural Georgia, and it's a place that was hit quite hard by the Great Recession. Simply stated, it's the town that jobs forgot.
The Wave Glider ocean robot, made by California startup Liquid Robotics, can help monitor ocean temperatures, weather and even detect oil spills. They're not cheap autonomous sensors though, as they cost upwards of $200,000.