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PTI Launches Brand New Website

PTI Launches Brand New Website

PTI Launches Brand New Website We invite you to take a look around and see what’s new. Check out the advanced product search, create an account to access our extended drawing portal, and read up on our company news. We have invested in a new website for YOU – our valued distributors and end-users. Have a suggestion, want to leave […]

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HANNOVER MESSE USA To Premier In Chicago September 2018

HANNOVER MESSE USA To Premier In Chicago September 2018

HANNOVER MESSE USA To Premier In Chicago September 2018 The world’s leading trade show for industrial technology is spreading its wings. In September of 2018, Deutsche Messe is staging its first-ever HANNOVER MESSE in the USA. Chicago. HANNOVER MESSE is the world-renowned trade show brand synonymous with industrial innovation, key trends and business leads. The event has long made a name […]

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Bowman Launches PEEK Wrapped Bearings Range

Bowman Launches PEEK Wrapped Bearings Range

Bowman Launches PEEK Wrapped Bearings Range   We are delighted to announce the introduction of a range of high temperature, self-lubricated PEEK lined steel or bronze backed wrapped bearings. Our new W/MP® range is designed to combine the durability and anti-corrosive properties of Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK), with the production and cost reduction benefits of conventional wrapped steel bearings. It […]

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Composite Thinking: breaking out of the limits of 3D printing

Composite Thinking: breaking out of the limits of 3D printing

Composite Thinking: breaking out of the limits of 3D printing Composite 3D Printing (3DP) is most often used to describe either multi-material 3D printers from the likes of Stratasys, or materials with secondary material infill such as Markforged offer. There is however, a much simpler and more obvious route to a “composite” part: Adding inserts or components of other materials […]

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Chinese man jailed for VPN

Chinese man jailed for VPN

Chinese man jailed for helping net users evade state blocks A Chinese man has been given a nine-month jail sentence for helping people evade government controls on where they can go online. Deng Jiewei, from Guangdong, was charged with illegally selling programs known as virtual private networks (VPNs), according to court papers. VPNs are illegal in China because they let […]

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Raising the bar for dredging

Raising the bar for dredging

Raising the bar for dredging   Like massive steel dinosaurs plunging their necks into the water, dredgers gather sediment from the sea- or riverbed, clearing the way for other vessels. Despite their impressive size, these machines have a weak point: their seals. A dredger’s job is to displace sediment that would otherwise block a shipping lane or entrance to a […]

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