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  • New Mercedes C-Class showcases safety
    Mercedes' integrated safety concept spans from accident prevention to occupant protection in severe collisions. Safer and sleeker. The newly redesigned Mercedes C-Class arrives on U.S. shores this fall. Head restraints with an angle adjustment give better support which reduces the risk of neck
  • 2001 Mercedes C-Class coupe and wagon: All in the family
    Mercedes' C-Class family is growing. Together with the sedan, the new sport coupe and wagon complete the C-Class family. The sport coupe and wagon have all the technical innovations contained in the redesigned C-Class, including the same safety and reliability features, with a fresh exterior
  • Getting started with Galil and C++ Programming
    and then goes on to more advanced topics of how to create a new C++ Class specific to your motion control application1.
  • Changing Class "C" Components Suppliers Shouldn't be a Hassle
    Managing your class "c" components can be a royal pain. You have thousands, maybe tens of thousands of screws and nuts and bolts that cost maybe a penny or two apiece. It's a headache to manage all that yourself. It's an even a bigger headache if you have a vendor managed inventory operation
  • Application Note #4433: Getting Started with Galil and C++ Programming
    and then goes on to more advanced topics of how to create a new C++ Class specific to your motion control application1.
  • Seven Questions to Ask Your Class C Components Supplier
    Considering a new vendor for your class "c" components? Frustrated at the resources you consume just to manage nickel and dime parts? If you are digging a little deeper to improve your vendor-managed, class "c" components, start by downloading our complimentary e-book, 7 Tips on Choosing a Class "C
  • Is Your Class "C" Components Supplier Willing to Break the Rules?
    One of the drawbacks of big, corporate class "c" components suppliers is that they are, well, big, corporate class "c" components suppliers. Because these behemoths are often public companies, they tend to have lots and lots of levels. And with lots of levels comes lots of rules.
  • Cut the Fat From Your Class "C" Components Supply Chain
    If you're involved in the purchasing, engineering or materials management of class "c" components, you've probably had it up to "here" dealing with dozens upon dozens of suppliers providing you with thousands upon thousands of nickel and dime parts
  • How to Set Up Vendor Managed Inventory for Class "C" Components
    Setting up a Vendor Managed Inventory, or VMI, program for class "c" components can seem to be a daunting task. However, once it is broken down into individual steps, it becomes much more manageable. And it is certainly worthwhile from both efficiency and budgetary points of view.
  • Why a Systematic Approach to Class C Components Works Best
    When it comes to selecting a class "c" components supplier, it is well worth remembering that poor logistics or quality control can mean much more than losing money. It can mean losing a customer. That's why it's so important that you work with a vendor-managed inventory (VMI) specialist

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