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    New Tech Machinery has been producing the world’s finest portable gutter machines and portable panel machines since 1991, and our innovations have been copied by most of the industry. NTM offers a...
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    Goodspeed Machine Co. is the manufacturer and distributor of new and used wood turning machinery. Our products include backknife, copy, and variety lathes, dowel manufacturing machinery, sanders and...
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    Since 1983, CDS Manufacturing has been providing containment, quality control, assembly, and packaging services, as well as vibratory bowl feeders, linear vibratory parts feeders, automatic machinery...
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    Founded in 1973 and introduced to the U.S. market in 2005, Ferracci Machines manufactures Italian-made aluminum and PVC profile machining equipment, glass-processing machinery, and metal-bending...
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    Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) is a technological leader, particularly in the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) industry. We provide world-class software solutions,...
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    For the last 60 years, TRB has lead the way in the design and manufacture of lightweight panels and structures. TRB’s goal is to enable vehicles and structures to be more efficient by reducing...
  • Article - 4 May 2001
    Implementing foamed ABS gives increased rigidity compared to a part made from the same weight of solid material. Relative avantages, disadvantages and applications are listed together with a table of...
  • Article - 28 Aug 2001
    Recycled PET is used in many applications from automotive to office equipment. It is also alloyed with other polymers or combined with fillers.
  • News - 19 May 2005
    One of the dreams of both science fiction writers and practical robot builders has been realized, at least on a simple level: Cornell University researchers have created a machine that can build...
  • News - 9 Jun 2004
    Eric Drexler, known as the father of nanotechnology, today (Wednesday, 9th June 2004) publishes a paper that admits that self-replicating machines are not vital for large-scale molecular manufacture,...