Famic Technologies Releases Its Latest Hydraulic Catalogue V4.0 for Automation Studio™

The latest hydraulic catalogue complements a robust portfolio of manufacturers’ specific catalogues available for current subscribers from Fluid Power manufacturers such as: Comatrol, Danfoss, Delta Power, Eaton, Hydraforce, Linde, Sun Hydraulics and offers a broad collection of frequently used functions, components and accessories from a range of other leading brands such as: Bosch Rexroth, Bucher, Hawe, Husco, Hydac, Kawasaki, Mico, Moog, Parker Hannifin, Wabco, Walvoil and many others, that are delivered with complete documentation including simulation parameters, data sheets and test benches for easy access in Automation Studio™ P6. All the functions available in the catalogue are preconfigured and “ready to simulate” for both mobile and industrial hydraulic applications. These functions include: Thus making the Automation Studio™ Hydraulic catalogue V4.0 ideal for OEMs, machine designers and systems integrators in a wide range of industries from Agriculture, Construction, Energy Manufacturing, Metallurgy, Mining, Oil and Gas, to name a few. Mr. Charbel Nasr, President of Famic Technologies states, “After working closely with our Automation Studio™ users’ com...

The Ingress Protection or IP rating is an important consideration during the selection of LED lighting

The Ingress Protection or IP rating is an important consideration during the selection of LED lighting products for any project. The IP rating reflects the suitability of the light fitting to specific environmental conditions in indoor and outdoor installations. The first digit of an IP rating refers to the level of protection against solids, including dust particles, mosquitoes, moths, or flies. The second digit indicates the protection level against liquid with the number also providing guidance when it comes to on-site cleaning routines using sprays or water jets. While dust resistance levels progress from 0 to 6, the water resistance rating is provided in a 0 to 9 range. In some cases, an X may be interchanged with one of the digits if it is not relevant to the requirements, for instance, IP4X. An IP rating does not correlate to vandalism or other physical protection from impact; a separate classification called IK rating is used for this purpose. Most indoor lighting products are not designed for water exposure as risk from water damage is low compared to outdoor lighting. While dust or insects are not likely to damage the lights, a dust cover will impact the quality of lig...

Police say on Monday around 1:00 A.M., LeahMae Dawn Morsette was seen on the 300 block

Police say on Monday around 1:00 A.M., LeahMae Dawn Morsette was seen on the 300 block of West Arbor Avenue in Bismarck. LeahMae is described as a 7 month old Native American female. She has black hair and brown eyes. LeahMae was wearing a tan onesie with shorts over the top or a magenta top with pink shorts. She may also be in a stroller with a blue and white unicorn diaper bag. Police say LeahMae may be with Cole Lee Pfaff. Pfaff is described as a 31 year old white man, six feet one inch tall, weighing 240 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. If you have any information regarding this incident, you are urged to contact Bismarck Police Department at 701-223-1212. Bismarck Police say they are now searching for a person of interest who may have the missing 7-month-old girl, LeahMae Dawn Morsette. Police say at this time, they have reason to believe the mother, Dawn Morsette, left the child in the care of 31-year-old Cole Lee Pfaff (pictured above). The baby’s mother has since been arrested for child neglect and preventing arrest on a felony charge. Authorities are saying LeahMae could possibly be in a stroller with an infant car seat and have a blue and white unicorn ...

Publix deals 6/12: Corn, Kraft Mac & Cheese, Juicy Juice, Hellmann’s Ketchup, Sticky Fingers BBQ sauce :: WRAL.com

If you previously used a social network to login to WRAL.com, click the “Forgot your password” link to reset your password. Publix has some sweet deals this week including corn, Oscar Mayer hot dogs, Kraft Mac & Cheese, Hellmann’s Real Ketchup, Sticky Fingers BBQ sauce, Juicy Juice 100% juice, Lysol toilet bowl cleaner, Blink Revitalens solution and more! Sabra Hummus, 10 oz, BOGO for $2.15 each – $1 coupon from Publix Be the Best You flyer found in stores recently Popsicle ice pops or fudgsicle pops, 9 – 34.65 oz, BOGO for $1.79 each – $1 ibotta cash back offer for various flavors Earth’s Best baby food pouches or jars, select, $1 – $1/3 coupons when you sign up on their website Ken’s Steak House dressing, 16 oz, BOGO for $1.74 each – $1/2 or $2/2 coupon from some 5/12 SS inserts (exp 6/15) Coupons: $1/2 coupon from 6/2 SS, $1/2 Savingstar cash back offer, $1/3 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons Juicy Juice 100% juice or blend, 64 oz or 8 pack, BOGO for $1.99 each – .35/1 or .55/1 coupon from 6/9 SS Lysol toilet bowl cleaner, 24 oz, BOGO for $1.49 each – .75/1 coupon from 4/28 SS or lysol.com/coupons/ * Publix accepts competitor’s c...

Best slim belt to buy in 2019 – slim belt Reviews

If you are looking to pick a decent slim belt then there are three things that you need to look out for. We will cover them in this post and also give you an overview on where to find the best deals. That being said, if you choose any random slim belt, there are possibilities of facing some of the serious issues which can come from choosing the wrong product. amzn_assoc_placement = “adunit0″; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = “newsnefty-20″; amzn_assoc_ad_mode = “search”; amzn_assoc_ad_type = “smart”; amzn_assoc_marketplace = “amazon”; amzn_assoc_region = “US”; amzn_assoc_title = “Shop Best slim belt on Amazon”; amzn_assoc_default_search_phrase = “slim belt”; amzn_assoc_default_category = “All”; amzn_assoc_linkid = “168205fb3b70ed46f5a7766565bd367a”; amzn_assoc_search_bar = “true”; amzn_assoc_search_bar_position = “top”; You don’t always have to spend a lot of money to find the best slim belt for your purposes. There is a whole range of slim belt and prices that can deliver the features you need. If you are looking for the top slim belt, a lot of...

Farm Workers Caught on Camera Pulling Chickens’ Heads Off: ‘Yeah It Feels Good, Look’

An animal rights group has released shocking video showing scenes of cruelty and torture carried out by workers at one of the largest egg production facilities in Australia. Animal Liberation released undercover footage showing workers at the Bridgewater Poultry farm in Victoria abusing laying hens deemed no longer valuable. During the footage, workers can be seen slamming chickens to the floor, attempting to dropkick them and breaking their necks for their own amusement. “I hate it when their heads come off,” one female worker says in the clip. “Yeah it feels good, look,” a second worker replies. One worker can also be seen violently handling chickens while removing them from the tiny cages in which they are being held. “This video follows the largely unseen story of the egg industry’s standard practice of culling ‘spent’ layer hens (a.k.a ‘depopulation’),” the group said in a statement. “Depopulation is conducted once hens reach approximately 18 months of age (12 months of laying) as their egg production slows and are therefore deemed no longer economically viable. “This reality is the same for cage...

Introducing all 190+ Sustainability Awards 2019 submissions

Entries to the most important international sustainable packaging competition have smashed last year’s record by 60%. Now we have removed the duplicates and entries that don’t meet the criteria and our expert judging panel has started its deliberations, we are sharing below the complete list of approved submissions to the 2019 edition of the annual, global snapshot of sustainable packaging innovation.  As well as seeing by far more engagement than ever before, this year’s edition of the competition was the most internationally diverse, attracting submissions from five continents, featuring entries from countries as distant as Brazil and Taiwan, Israel and Canada, Nigeria and Finland. Reflecting the world’s present preoccupation with packaging waste, the categories with the most submissions were ‘Recyclable Packaging’ and ‘Driving the Circular Economy’ with 59 and 48 entries respectively. In selecting the best of the best the independent judging panel will look for the most significant innovations with the biggest holistic impacts. Reusable and Reduced Size Giftset with Paper Foam Inlay (Rituals Cosmetics Enterprise BV, Netherlands)...

Edison Nation Launches New Socially Responsible and ‘Made in America’ Product Lines

PHILLIPSBURG, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / May 21, 2019 / Edison Nation, Inc., a full-service product development company, today announced plans to expand its ‘Made in America’ and socially responsible product offering across several new product lines. Pirasta, Edison Nation’s ‘Made in America’ brand best known for its oversized coloring posters for both adults and children alike, will launch a new product line ahead of the 2019 holiday season called ‘Color It. Build It.’. This new product line, which will be offered through various retail outlets including www.pirastanyc.com and Amazon, features six decal sheets, three 3-D cubed characters and stand-up theater backdrops. Edison Nation’s socially responsible paper and corrugated products brand, Trillion Tree Creations, is made exclusively from recycled and reclaimed materials in the US. The first set of products from this brand, set to launch in Fall 2019, will include various sets of moving boxes using reclaimed box overruns from large integrated paper suppliers. Edison Nation will donate 10% of the profits generated from Trillion Tree Creations to charities with the goal of planting a trill...

FDA warns about teething jewelry after 18-month-old dies

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting parents to the risks of jewelry used to relieve teething pain after a toddler died. The FDA said the incident involved an 18-month old child who was strangled by his amber teething necklace during a nap. The agency said it had also received a report of a 7-month-old baby who choked on the beads of a wooden teething bracelet and was taken to the hospital. “We know that teething necklaces and jewelry products have become increasingly popular among parents and caregivers who want to provide relief for children’s teething pain and sensory stimulation for children with special needs. We’re concerned about the risks we’ve observed with these products and want parents to be aware that teething jewelry puts children, including those with special needs, at risk of serious injury and death,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. said in a statement. These types of teething products are sold by a large number of manufacturers in the U.S. and can come in various forms, including necklaces, bracelets or anklets. While they are most commonly used to relieve infants’ teething pain, the jewelry may also be use...

At a little past 7:30 on a sunny late-May morning in downtown Denver, a group of

At a little past 7:30 on a sunny late-May morning in downtown Denver, a group of people are milling about near the side entrance to the lobby of the Kimpton Hotel Born. Several are in tech tees bearing the logo of the social-fitness app Strava, which betrays that this isn’t just an informal meetup but a team exercise. Everyone’s watching a tall man with a lanky runner’s build and a close-cropped beard, waiting for him to give the signal to get going. “Ready?” asks James Quarles, Strava’s CEO since May 2017. Nods all around. And with the casual expertise born of a thousand repetitions, everyone hits start on an app or GPS watch, and we head off at a slow jog toward the Millennium Bridge, over the light-rail tracks at the city’s bustling Union Station transit hub. There are roughly ten Stravans in our group (plus an alert Australian shepherd); that’s about a third of the employees at Strava’s Denver satellite office, which opened in January 2018. Each of us is the archetypal Strava user: an endurance enthusiast who wants a way to track our runs, rides, and other outdoor adventures. We want to explore new places, learn how we stack up against our peers, and see where and how hard o...

Each week, the site’s editors select a new group of restaurants worth visiting throughout the weekend.

Each week, the site’s editors select a new group of restaurants worth visiting throughout the weekend. These picks range from brand new restaurants to old, reliable favorites. Some pair well with fun weekend activities; others reflect recent happenings. Diners probably won’t get to every place in one weekend, but that’s what next weekend is for, right? For a surprise ramen destination: Sushi-Keiko, Glover Park’s tried-and-true place for raw fish, still serves stellar sushi like the popular Butterfly Roll, a generous lineup of shrimp tempura, crab meat, and eel. Joe Biden was known to frequent the spot during his time as Vice President. But what really blew me away on a recent visit was its delicious ramen, a new-ish offering based in tonkotsu-style pork broth. The sleeper hit arrived on the menu in January but has only recently started to catch on (go ahead and add pork belly or fried soft shell crab while you can). For beer, skip the everyday Sapporo and go with a hard-to-find Orion bottle imported from Japan. The flounder carpaccio with truffle vinaigrette sauce is another unique find. Take a minute to take in the space’s cool features, which include a geisha mural splashed on...

Laser cutting technology in the leather industry progresses

Along with the progress of society and the development of science and technology, leather products are being more widely used in various applications. Leather products not only create infinite value, but also play an indispensable role in daily life, such as for clothing, shoes, gloves, sandals, fur hats, belts, watch straps, leather cushions, car seats, and steering wheel covers. Traditional technology for leather processing mostly adopts cutting, embossing, and embroidery machines, which operate at slow speeds and have a high manpower cost with sometimes less than high-quality results. As a consequence, this fundamentally restricts the development of the leather industry. In recent years, because of the wide application and popularization of lasers, leather laser cutting machine use also rose at this time. High-energy, high-power-density carbon-dioxide (CO2) laser beams can process leather rapidly, efficiently, and continuously. Laser cutting machines employ digital and automatic technology, which provides the capability to hollow out, engrave, and cut in the leather industry. An example is the leather laser cutting/engraving machine by Hunst Laser Technology (Dongguan, Guang...

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