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  • Supplier Profile
    Triplematic Dispensers, Inc. offers a complete line of affordable meter-mix dispensers from hand crank and semi-automatic to fully automatic. We are able to meet the production demands in a wide...
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    Tinius Olsen is the leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of static tension and/or compression materials testing machines. Tinius Olsen machines are designed for use in Research and Quality...
  • Article - 8 Jun 2001
    Metal injection moulding is capable of producing large numbers of complex parts economically. Some of the types of parts this process is suited to are illustrated. The process is best described as a...
  • Article - 2 Jul 2012
    AISI 1045 steel is a medium tensile steel supplied in the black hot rolled or normalized condition. It has a tensile strength of 570 - 700 MPa and Brinell hardness ranging between 170 and 210.
  • Article - 28 Jun 2012
    AISI 4140 is a chromium-molybdenum alloy steel, the chromium content provides good hardness penetration, and the molybdenum content ensures uniform hardness and high strength.
  • News - 6 Jan 2014
    Etón Corporation, a leading creator of high-performance, eco-minded consumer products, announces two new additions to the company’s successful preparedness line. Referred to as the...
  • News - 17 May 2013
    K-TOR, LLC, designer and manufacturer of portable power generators, announced today the release of their second-generation Pocket Socket hand crank generator, the Pocket Socket 2. This affordable...
  • Article - 27 Jul 2016
    This article presents a case study where automation saved a significant amount of operators’ time when making and measuring indents in three specified locations of automotive crank pins and journals,...
  • News - 19 Aug 2013
    Kobe Steel, Ltd. has developed a new die-forging method to manufacture built-up type crankshafts for diesel engines in ships. The new die forging method offers considerable improvements in design...
  • News - 5 Feb 2008
    The fewer bumps, the better: This also holds true for slide bearings in engines, if the crank and cam shafts inside them are to rotate smoothly and thus save fuel. A new production technique...