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Indy to Host October Robotic-Safety Conference

Wednesday, September 17, 2008
 
From October 6-9, in Indianapolis, IN, a group of safety experts and robotic-manufacturing specialists will provide presentations and workshops addressing the latest updates on robot- and machine-safety techniques and technology. Centered around the theme, “What’s Next in Robot Safety,” the conference’s session titles include Updating Safety Standards, Selecting Safeguards, Introduction to Safety Controls, and Next Generation Robots. Accompanying the conference are a tabletop trade fair of exhibits and pre- and post-conference workshops. Learn more, and register to attend, at www.robotics.org.
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Grainger Expands Scholarship Program

Tuesday, September 16, 2008
 
Now in its third year, the Grainger Tools for Tomorrow technical-education scholarship program offered by W.W. Grainger, Inc., Chicago, IL, developed in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges, has been expanded from its original list of nine community colleges to include 35 colleges across the United States. The program provides funding for students at select community colleges to help them complete their second year of a technical-career program. “The economic health of America depends on the availability of qualified, skilled workers,” says Grainger president and CEO James T. Ryan. Upon completion of their program of study, each scholarship winner receives a tool kit to help them begin their professional career.
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Precision Leveler Providing
Shape Correction for Boron-Clad Material

Tuesday, September 16, 2008
 
Ceradyne Canada, Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada, a manufacturing division of Ceradyne Inc., Costa Mesa, CA, has installed a precision leveler to accompany a new rolling mill used to process boron-clad material. The leveler, a 3.5 Series machine from B&K, of Formtek-Maine, Clinton, ME, features 17 work rolls--3.5-in. dia.--and a 100-hp drive to provide shape correction to material in thicknesses to 0.330 in. and lengths to 192 in. It also has a special, low passline height of 32 in. to allow the material to move directly from the rolling mill through the leveler and onto conveyors. Other leveler features: manually adjustable upper backups, a power tilt head and power-adjustable backup roll to allow for the correction of edge wave, center buckle, cross bow and coil set. Learn more at www.bklevelers.com.
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