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Choosing Fastener Finishes

Many engineers will put great thought into selecting the proper type of fastener for their design, but overlook the importance of finish. When selecting the best finish for fasteners, it is wise to consider the following factors...


GE Appliances to Invest Millions in Kentucky HQ and Assembly Plant

LOUISVILLE, KY—GE Appliances announced Monday investments totaling more than $200 million to expand its dishwasher and laundry manufacturing facilities and add 400 new jobs here. ...


GE's Connected Appliances Work Directly With Google Assistant

LOUISVILLE, KY—GE Appliances recently announced that it is the first manufacturer to offer full suites of connected appliances that work directly with the virtual Google Assistant, which is powered by artificial intelligence. This capability helps consumers more easily build and operate a Smart home. ...


Staking for Plastic Parts Assembly

How well an assembled plastic part performs depends a great deal upon how its component pieces are joined. Those made of strong, hard plastic may be fastened together or bonded. Thermoplastic pieces allow for even more options, including screws and rivets, various types of adhesives or welding, staking and being snap-fit....


Collaborative Robot Do’s and Don’ts

Collaborative robots are an important element of Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing initiatives. Many engineers are intrigued by these next-generation machines that can control force and work safely next to people on assembly lines without traditional safety guarding....


Union on Strike at Appliance Assembly Plant

LA CROSSE, WI—Almost 500 production workers at the Trane assembly plant here are on strike, citing pay and forced overtime as top issues in contract negotiations....


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PXPC23015 LCDI 230 Volt 15 Amp 2.0 kW Power Cord (To Activate Non-Standard Electric Heat - 254829 by Friedrich

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