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EXAIR Soft Grip Super Air Scraper

17 September, 2018

EXAIR's Soft Grip Super Air Scraper is a safety air gun designed to help remove the most stubborn debris found within industrial facilities. The design uses a scraping blade to aid the powerful compressed air flow for removal of debris.

EXAIR 303SS stainless steel air jets

16 August, 2018

EXAIR's 303SS air jets provide efficient blowoff and cleaning within corrosive, high-temperature or washdown environments.

EXAIR 1/8 NPT Small External Mix Spray Nozzles

15 August, 2018

EXAIR's 1/8 NPT Small External Mix Spray Nozzles atomise fluids at up to 94.6 L/h. The nozzles are suitable where a high volume of liquid is needed and can be used on liquids with a viscosity up to 800 cP.

On closer inspection: PCBA inspection aided by stereo inspection microscope

04 May, 2016

Laritech specialises in engineering design services and quick-turn printed circuit board assemblies. Laritech founder Bill Larrick explains how the Lynx EVO has aided the inspection process for rigid/flex PCBAs used in medical devices as well as meeting exacting IPC standards.

RS Components tool modules for industrial engineering professionals

23 June, 2015

RS Components has announced an extensive portfolio of tool modules offering a professional solution for electrical engineers, mechanics and maintenance engineers working in environments such as garages, workshops and factories.

Electrolube EADH400 air duster

29 August, 2013

Electrolube has developed the ‘green’ air duster EADH, which uses Solstice Propellant - an ultralow global warming potential (GWP) blowing agent and aerosol propellant.

Low-heat solution for printed electronics

18 December, 2012

Available from Warsash Scientific, the Sinteron 5000 commercial system for sintering printed electronics products at manufacturing speeds is capable of meeting the high-speed demands of roll-to-roll and conveyer feed production.

Weidmuller PrintJet Pro metal marking system

11 October, 2012

Weidmuller’s PrintJet Pro printer and M-Print software create aluminium and stainless steel MetalliCards.

M2M is coming of age

31 August, 2012 by Mike Smyth

M2M technology has reached into many aspects of our lives and is continuing to expand into areas that a few years ago would have been thought regions of science fiction.

Turck rotary single-axis CANopen inclinometer

27 July, 2012

Turck’s rotary single-axis inclinometer has expanded on the dual-axis CANopen inclinometer to offer angular tilt detection.

Rittal LCP cooling system

20 April, 2012

The liquid cooling packages (LCP) platform of the ‘Blue E’ generation is made up of four different climate control systems: the LCP, the LCP Inline, the LCP T3+ and the LCP LWWT.

Robot speeds up glass development

14 February, 2012

Model by model, the electronics in a motor vehicle are being moved closer to the engine block, where the materials used for the electronics must resist increasing heat - so the glass solder being used as glue must be continually optimised.

LPKF ProtoMat range

10 February, 2011 by

The ProtoMat range from LPKF has been extended. The latest range has three models each with different performance and features.

Modules accelerate use of radio systems software

14 October, 2010 by Jim Henderson, president of Innovative Integrations

The wireless marketplace is like our nascent universe. A veritable ‘big bang’ of new radio frequency technologies has emerged creating opportunities for solving old problems in innovative, new ways.

Satcam QC-key USB keypad

07 October, 2010

QC-key is a USB keypad designed specifically for use with Quick Circuit circuit board prototyping systems. These use computer-controlled milling to remove copper from normal circuit board substrates and rely on the use of a mouse or keyboard shortcuts involving multiple keystrokes to control the operation of the milling table.

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