Computer Age Engineering

Computer Age Engineering Develops Machining Automation Center

Marion, IN, - Computer Age Engineering, Inc. recently developed an advanced machining automation center. This automation center provides totally automated turning, milling, drilling, and inspection operations for more than a dozen sand cast parts and can run unattended for over 48 hours. This automation center incorporates various subsystems to process parts including part feeding, machining,...

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ASTM International

ASTM Committee Name Change reflects focus on antimicrobials.

With its new title, E35 Committee on Pesticides, Antimicrobials, and Alternative Control Methods aims to provide industry with better understanding of committee's scope and focus. This includes promoting visibility pertaining to its work on antimicrobial agents as well as potentially reducing duplication in standards development when other groups within and outside ASTM search for antimicrobial...

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ASTM International

CPSC recognizes ASTM for protecting consumer safety.

Successful promulgation of ASTM standards F1169, Consumer Safety Specification for Full-Size Baby Cribs, and F406, Consumer Safety Specification for Non-Full-Size Baby Cribs/Play Yards, as mandatory rules was among key initiatives pursued by U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission last year. In addition to crib standards, it was noted that 2 other ASTM standards called for in Section 104 of the...

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Executive Energy Leadership Program calls for applications.

Applications are being accepted for NREL's Executive Energy Leadership Program, which educates public- and private-sector decision-makers about clean energy options for their organization through non-technical approach. Participants are offered in-depth look at renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and applications. Briefings by NREL technology experts, research laboratory tours,...

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EPA issues update to national air toxics data.

EPA has released 4th update of National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) computer tool, which helps federal, state, and local governments better understand potential health risks from exposure to air toxics. Based on assessment, air toxic emissions fell by 42%, between 1990 and 2005, from industrial and mobile sources. NATA is used to identify geographic areas, pollutants, and types of emission...

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Restoration Industry Association

Phoenix Awards Recognize 2 Firms for reconstruction efforts.

RIA presented its Phoenix Awards, highest honors for innovation in restoration and reconstruction, to member firms. Mellon Certified Restoration of Yeadon, PA won for its work on 234,000 ftÂ-² school that suffered a fire from 30 ft artificial Christmas tree located in the building's rotunda. Alliance Disaster Kleenup of Northbrook, IL won for its work at The Off the Streets Club in Chicago....

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BIO hails Senate passage of America Invents Act.

BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood, released statement commending the Senate for its overwhelming passage of the America Invents Act by vote of 95-5. Once enacted into law, it will strengthen and improve nation's patent system, spurring innovation and job creation. The improvements made by America Invents Act would benefit all sectors of the U.S. economy by enhancing patent quality and the...

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Manufacturing Expo/Conference explores digital thread concept.

AeroDef Manufacturing Exposition and Conference, held in Anaheim, CA from April 5-7, will focus on digital thread concept, where supply chain partners with different skill sets, systems, and processes work together with OEMs to optimize aerospace/defense manufacturing integration. Sessions and panels will cover digital data capture/transfer, digital systems for advanced manufacturing, advanced...

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Construction FutureTech 2011 to offer discounted NIBS rate.

Hosted by McGraw-Hill Corporation's Engineering News-Record, Construction FutureTech 2011 will bring together business IT leaders in architecture, engineering, and construction to examine business and design issues driving advanced systems. Event's FutureTech for Analysis and Simulation" panel will address how emerging technologies are enabling users to comparatively analyze alternative design...

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FAA Celebrates Airport Improvements made with Recovery Act funds.

FAA celebrated completion of NC Asheville Regional Airport's terminal improvements, which were paid for with $7.8 million from American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Specifically, grant paid for Terminal A improvements concerning departure gates, security checkpoint, and replacement of 2 passenger boarding bridges. US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said that these improvements will result...

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