Archive for November 1, 2017

Does Your Manufacturing Plant Rely on Circuit Boards for the Products That They Sell?

Written by Wall Street News on November 1st, 2017. Posted in Pcb manufacturing, Prototype pcb manufacturer

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As students across the country work on their college applications, they will be thinking back through all of the ways the projects that they have completed. From using printed circuit board prototypes to other science fair projects, finding the perfect topic for that college admissions scholarship can be a challenge. For students who are looking for that perfect example of how they fell in love with engineering, a specific story about the printed circuit board prototype project that you completed in high school science class may be able to help you stand out from the other applications.
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Uses for Tumbling Drums with a Vibratory Conveyor

Written by Wall Street News on November 1st, 2017. Posted in Machines, Screening conveyor, Tumbler


Serious factory level food production requires the use of tumbling drums for size reduction, crumbling, crushing and mixing. Machine manufacturers can make tumbling drums that have multiple speeds and voltages. The most popular barrel dimensions of the tumbling drums vary in diameter (18″ to 36″) and in length (18″ to 42″). Usually, the diameter is smaller than the length. Horizontal barrel speeds vary from 20 to 38 RPM, depending on the barrel size and the items to be tumbled.

Screening falls under two general categories: dry screening and wet screening. From these categories, screening separates a flow of material