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Former Bayer MaterialScience now legally and economically independent

Bayer MaterialScience is operating under the Covestro name. The company is now legally and economically independent, but will remain a 100 percent subsidiary of Bayer AG. Bayer wants to float Covestro on the stock market by mid-2016 at the latest in order to concentrate exclusively on the life sciences businesses. “Independence will enable us to

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Rogers Corporation to have significant presence at European Microwave Week 2015

Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG) will be a major participant in the conference and product exhibition segments of Europe’s largest trade show devoted to RF/microwave technology and applications– European Microwave Week 2015 (EuMW 2015) ( Scheduled for September 6-11, 2015 at the Palais des Congres, Paris, France, EuMW 2015 includes the 45th European Microwave Conference, the 10th

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QA1 Dampers for Commercial & Industrial OE Markets

QA1 manufactures a wide variety of dampers and struts for the commercial and industrial OE markets. Applications include exercise equipment, commercial lawn and garden, neighborhood electric vehicles, commercial utility vehicles, and a wide variety of industrial applications. QA1 manufactures numerous styles of shock absorbers, including both twin-tube and monotube, in a variety of sizes, mounting

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Custom Products to Meet Your Industrial Needs

QA1 has the industry experience and engineering expertise that allows us to design and manufacture composite material products and custom sub-assemblies for suspension applications, including: shock absorbers/dampers, tubular suspension components, carbon fiber driveshafts, rod ends, ball joints, knuckle castings, wheel bearings and seals, wheel hubs, stainless brake disks, forged aluminum brake calipers, CV driveshafts and

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Test & Measurement August 2015 Handbook

No nostalgia for old test instruments The media constantly reminds us that the capabilities we can get in our laptop computers and PCs have grown exponentially over the past few decades. Though it has gotten much less press, the same phenomenon applies to electronic test instruments. For evidence, consider the Heathkit Model 10-4205 oscilloscope I

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Diagnostic Tool Set 8: Complete solution for vehicle diagnostics with lots of new functions & extensions

In the new Release 10 of Softing’s Diagnostic Tool Set, alongside an increase in performance and the extended simulation engine, among other things, the focus is very much on heavy-duty diesel vehicles, the coding of ECU variants as well as Diagnostics over IP. Evaluation packages are available for DoIP and J1939. In the new release,

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“GE Rugged” proves itself in space

GE Energy Management’s Intelligent Platforms business (NYSE: GE) announced that its CR11 single board computer (SBC) has been successfully deployed and is fully operational onboard the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the continuing experiments by the European Space Agency (ESA) taking place way above the earth. The CR11 is at the heart of

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