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Weld scan probes use eddy current to detect cracks

May 4, 2004

Zetec Inc. has introduced +Point® weld scan probes for weld crack detection. The probes use eddy current testing (ECT) to detect both transverse and longitudinal cracks within a weld or structural...

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All-metal floating panel nuts position, spin freely

May 4, 2004

PennEngineering® Fastening Technologies offers PEM® floating panel nuts designed to position and spin freely upon installation into any type of rigid material. The all-metal threaded nuts are...

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Arc welding reel handles single conductor electrode cable, grounding lead

May 4, 2004

The Hannay SWCR arc welding reel is designed to handle single conductor electrode cable and grounding lead. Current passes through a 400-amp rated rotary electrical device for use with any cable...

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Book offers suggestion for controlling workers' comp costs

May 4, 2004

The Fabricators & Manufacturers Association (FMA) Store offers CompControl – The Secrets of Reducing Workers' Compensation Costsby Edward J. Priz, an insurance expert. Billed as an action guide,...

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Parts handling system designed for worker safety

May 4, 2004

The FM-250 gravity-feed container system by Powell Systems Inc. is designed for handling in- and out-of-process parts in manufacturing. The system is free of protruding corners, channels, or lugs that...

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Device provides consistent proximity sensing in automated resistance welding operations

May 4, 2004

Canfield Connector's EOS differential pressure switch provides consistent, repeatable proximity sensing in automated resistance welding operations. The EOS works in the pressure line between the...

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Software restricts material access, tracks usage, reorders

May 4, 2004

Applied CIM Technologies Inc. has introduced CRIBWARE® Sentinel, a system designed to provide secure and easy access to material stored in Lista storage cabinets. Using the Lista e-Lock mechanism,...

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EWI hires new personnel

May 4, 2004

EWI has hired five new employees: Dr. Evgueni Todorov as a senior NDE engineer; Dr. Brian Lu as a senior microjoining engineer; Vikram Thyagarajan as an applications engineer in engineering and...

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UniWest hires business development, projects coordinator

May 4, 2004

UniWest Inc., a Pasco, Wash.-based manufacturer of eddy current instruments, probes, and inspection systems, has hired Flynn Spears as business development and projects coordinator.Formerly with Zetec...

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Spectrum Lasers relocates

May 4, 2004

Spectrum Lasers, a multiaxis industrial laser job shop, has relocated. The company's new address is 233 Matteson St., Dyer, IN 46311.The ISO 9001:2000- and WBE-certified company has acquired a...

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OSHA targets 4,000 high-hazard work sites for unannounced inspections in 2004

May 4, 2004

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced that its site-specific targeting (SST) plan for 2004 will focus on approximately 4,000 high-hazard work sites for unannounced...

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Orbitform appoints engineering manager, senior proposal engineer

May 4, 2004

Orbitform Group has appointed John W. Cook as engineering manager and John Guerrera as senior proposal engineer.With more than 37 years' experience in custom-designed automation machinery, Cook is a...

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Trinational occupational safety, health group launches Web site

May 4, 2004

The Trinational Occupational Safety and Health Working Group, comprising of technical experts from the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, has launched a Web site, www.naalcosh.org.The group, formed under the...

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MSCI names vice president, education

May 4, 2004

The Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) has named Ann K. Zastrow as vice president, education. She succeeds Rose Manfredini, who now is the organization's vice president, member services and...

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LIA to hold laser safety officer training in Chicago

May 4, 2004

The Laser Institute of America (LIA) is holding laser safety officer (LSO) training in Chicago June 14-18.All details, including a course agenda, location, and registration information, can be found...

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