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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Here's the thing: Transfer lines became the post-World War II solution for high-volume machining operations.
That's why it's important to take a good look at the fuel transfer lines on your Stryker, especially before a long training mission or operation.
Iran mainly exports natural gas to Armenia and imports power supplies from the Central Asian state through two transfer lines with a total power transfer capacity of 220kw/ph at present.
Transfer lines are still favored by automotive when the part is less susceptable to near-term design changes, and when heavy-duty metal removal or high-precision machining must be performed.
In his new position, Pelachyk will be responsible for day-to-day operations at Heller's North American assembly and service headquarters for its range of horizontal machining centers, transfer lines, and special machines.
Top-mounted on GCs to save bench space, the system is designed with a syringe-only concept for transparent sample operation with no sample loops, transfer lines or switching valves.
Reduce head pressure to make screw more efficient by cleaning screens, using a coarser mesh, opening the die lip, and/or shortening the transfer lines.
has received an order from Chrysler Corporation (NYSE: C) for two transfer lines to machine two new trailing axles.