Tuf-Trac(TM) low-profile, permanent magnetic chip-and-parts conveyor has a 3-inch depth that allows it to fit under dies and at the discharge of many machine tools, where it moves small ferrous parts, stampings, punchings, slugs, and scrap to another location. The conveyor features the Tuf-Trac drive system which eliminates the need for oil in the housing, reducing maintenance requirements. Other features include a rugged steel frame, sealed bearings, stainless-steel slider plate, and high-strength Erium(reg) 25 magnetic material.
What if algae borne of fertilizer runoff that pollutes rivers and lakes could be harvested and used as biofuel feedstock? What if the leftovers could be recycled into farm soil nutrients, eliminating at least some of the need for artificial fertilizers in the first place? Western Michigan University researchers have a plan.
Manufacturers of plastic parts recognize the potential of conformal cooling to reduce molding cycle times. Problem is, conformal molds require additive manufacturing (AM), and technologies in that space are still evolving. Costs also can be high, and beyond that, many manufacturing organizations lack the knowledge and expertise needed to apply and incorporate additive technologies into their operations.
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