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  • Cable Carriers Smooth Machine Motion
    lines in proper position on moving machinery. This protects them from premature wear and fatigue due to flexing and abrasion. Instead of allowing cables and hoses to twist and kink, they maintain the proper bend radius and impart a more gentle rolling action that feeds lines in and out as a machine
  • Bad Cable or Bad Test Fixture?
    A common testing problem is determining whether a reported failure is truly a problem with the Device-Under-Test or a problem with the test interface. Test connectors wear out with repeated usage, pins break, plating is worn off and intermittent readings can occur. Any defects in the test interface
  • Caring for Cables
    Unprotected cables can twist, bind, and wear out fast. Machine tools, coordinate-measuring machines, palletizers, robots, ship-to-shore cranes, and laboratory medical equipment are just some of the applications for cable carriers. Cable carriers keep cables and hoses on translating and rotating
  • Squeaks happen: A little grease might do the trick
    Automotive lubricants can often quiet noisy components easily and economically. DaimlerChrysler uses extremely viscous damping grease to quiet leaf-spring squeaks. Silicone greases are often used to eliminate noise in push-pull cable applications. Ford, GM, and DaimlerChrysler, for example, all use
  • No more "girlie man " gears
    in the washingmachine transmission has cored teeth. Coring was used to make wall thickness more uniform and to gain accuracy and better control of tooth dimensions. The P-Gear test unit evaluates potential gear resins for wear, fatigue, noise, and other properties in simulated working environments
  • Medical Device Link .
    laptop computer illustrates the 3-D measurement on-screen, records all of the data, and then creates a 3-D blueprint. Features include Bluetooth cable-free operation; the company 's i-Probe, equipped with size recognition and built-in probe-temperature sensor; autosleep mode; universal quick mount

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