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The Rainbow consists of functional modules for higher machine flexibility and the integrative design leads to a favorable price/performance ratio.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Servo technology is used to operate the functional modules of the machine, including the auger filler.
The planning of the process part of the company's co-rotating twin screw extruders concerns a group of functional modules composed of barrels and, on the inside, of transport and kneading elements of variable geometry which are mounted on shafts for the motion/shear transmission.
Whether shopping for a single functional module or an end-to-end suite, we want members to be assured that the SSPA is a trusted resource for advice on the specific technology solutions that can make a positive impact on their bottom line," said Ragsdale.
These include TCSI's NM Functional Modules and TCSI's BaseWorX(TM) Object Service Package (OSP), including LAN/Core.
Key objectives include standardization of basic system functions as an industry wide "standard core" solution, scalability to different vehicle and platform variants, integration of functional modules from multiple suppliers and maintainability throughout the whole "Product Life Cycle".
Titan will demonstrate a functional module at the Satellite Broadcasting and Communication Association Show on Aug.
By moving IMS from theoretical functional modules to physical realization, the GMI 2006 provided a realistic view of what it will take to transition to the next generation all IP network.