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  • Low Cost Automation Tutorial: Differences Between Hand Operations and Mechanisms
    sense the "Mechanism". << PREV NEXT >>. Automation elements technology. Clean room technology. Design hints. Design tips. Designing and Machining. Drive mechanism design. Hints on designing. Linear Motion Components. Locating Technology. Manufacturing technology. Motion mechanism design. Pneumatic
  • No Room for Error
    cutter with bevel head from AKS, Kerstetter says beveling was done manually with a hand grinder—a time consuming process. “Our original table didn’t have a bevel head on it so we couldn’t bevel cut parts unless we set the torch at an angle and set it at a straight line,” Kerstetter explains. “We do
  • Gage your way to simple QA
    when there are unique or high-volume measurement requirements. For a majority of job shop and tool room applications, however, you still can't beat the speed and flexibility of precision hand tools that generally cost less than a few hundred dollars rather than tens or hundreds of thousands
  • Take the Wheel: Exploring the possibilities of Guide Wheels Systems (.pdf)
    After more than 40 years of use in thousands of applications ranging from the saw mill to the clean room, and from light to heavy loads, guide wheels have proven features that meet performance, durability, and cost requirements in a variety of demanding conditions. bwc.motion.control.reprint:Layout
  • Making Connections - Terminating the Wiring
    and dissolve the oxides. Some conductors are chemically more active than others, that is, they. on tin, silver, and clean copper reasonably well. They are nonconductive. will form poorly-conducting surface oxides which act as a barrier, not. at room temperature, but it is important to clean residual flux
  • Whole lot of shakin' goin' on
    ), which can provide image resolution of 1 nm in theory. In practice, external noise often makes this resolution impractical. Shrinking design rules and nanometer-size defects force equipment designers to focus on the impact that clean-room noise has on the tool. Common clean-room noise sources include
  • Reducing Linear Bearing Wear
    . other types of covers. Though these can substantially add. cost to a machine and add to the maintenance burden,. they do have their place. Some clean-room environments,. for example, may require some physical barrier between. the product and the machine elements. And inside. machining centers
  • REDUCING LINEAR BEARING WEAR
    . other types of covers. Though these can substantially add. cost to a machine and add to the maintenance burden,. they do have their place. Some clean-room environments,. for example, may require some physical barrier between. the product and the machine elements. And inside. machining centers
  • MICRO:Product Technology News (Oct. '98, p.110)
    The sealed-chamber design of the Portable Clean Room maintains a positive-pressure nitrogen environment for more than three days to protect wafers in transit from molecular contaminants, oxygen, and particulates. Suitable for use with 200-mm wafers, the hand-carried microenvironment normally
  • Medical Device Link .
    injection head is simple to use and clean. The machine can handle the extreme precision required for silicone intraocular lenses implanted permanently inside human eyes. A tubing system consists of thin-walled tubing used for medical catheter systems, which have varying flexibility and performance

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  • Persistent Pollution – Past, Present and Future
    For shallow snow, it is possible to obtain clean samples from the walls of pits or trenches which are hand dug by operators wearing full clean room clothing, using acid-cleaned digging and sampling tools .
  • CONCEPTUAL DESIGN REPORT
    Experimental operations Electrical equipment Transportation of hazardous materials Biological materials Chemicals (corrosive, reactive, toxic, flammable) Nanomaterials (particulates) Elevations Dark- room hazards Clean -room hazards Ionizing radiation Ozone production Slips, trips, falls Machine tools / hand tools Stray static magnetic fields Research gasses...
  • Contrarian approach to and ultimate solution for 193-nm reticle haze
    On the other hand , reticles arriving at the fab see very different environments – reticle stage, scanner library, inspection tool , clean room ambient, reticle stocker, reticle pod – in which the levels of AMC may be in the range from 0.1...
  • Product news
    A new line of high-performance, stainless steel hand tools from SteriTool offers a combination of attributes useful for clean room sterility and/or ex- posure to corrosive environments.
  • ZJFAP104P022
    Stainless Hand Tools Are Designed for Corrosive and Sterile Environments A new line of high-performance, stainless steel hand tools from SteriTool offers a combination of attributes useful for clean room sterility and/or exposure to corrosive environments.
  • FINAL REPORT OF SL-1 RECOVERY OPERATION, MAY 1961 THRU JULY 1962
    With the photographic information in hand , the cleaning of the operating room was started. major steps. items such as step ladders, bell housings, lifting fixtures, etc. loose items such as tools w e r e also picked up.