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  • 12 inch LL LCD
    Hess
    Nice play on words!! Being the world’s largest EDM manufacturer, Sodick just released new additions to their long line of EDMs this year- the AL40G/AL60G Series. These die-sinker EDMs boast of Sodick’s five core technologies with a matching ten-year positioning guarantee. Who’d say no to that?  Sodick’s stunning legacy dates as far back as 1976 to its inception in Yokohama City in
  • Low cost CRT replacement
    Hess
    Christmas came early for the valued Monitech and Take2 clientele because of this month’s absolutely magnificent deal: rock-bottom pricing on Mazak controller LCD upgrades!!!  We’re all massive fans of the top-of-the-line Japanese brand Mazak here- and for good reason. They’re famous for well-constructed and engineered CNC machining solutions. Rivaling the likes of CNC giants like Haas, Mazak has swept the international industrial market and continues to do so
  • Hess
    It was back in 1986 when PanelMate was first introduced. Since then, there have been six generations of PanelMate, with Eaton’s PanelMate ePro as the latest system available today. What probably best sets PanelMate apart from similar OI products would be the fact that it is the only one that allows the taking of applications from the very first generation and running them on the latest systems. This conversion procedure allows
  • planar EL-Front
    Hess
    Getting to Know the Bro   Brother, as a brand, is arguably most famous for its affordable yet reliable printers. Little did the general public know that this Japanese electronics and electrical equipment manufacturer has dabbled with a whole other array of products like desktop computers, sewing machines, and even industrial electronics like CNCs.  What’s interesting is, if you’re a football fan, Brother even had a long-standing
  • Hess
    It’s one of those rare instances when the opening line to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet rang true for the industrial world- “Two households both alike in dignity…” If you haven’t heard, the two industrial giants FANUC and GE once decided to hop on a partnership program to dominate the land of industrial automation.   It all began
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