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Keywords Using keywords combined with using check boxes further targets your search for electronics services. Cancel Know an industry term not on here? Please send your suggestions to this list to insight[at]ventureoutsource[dot]com OEMs are also encouraged to view OEM decision maker favorites for valuable site content in ease of access format. Approved vendor list (AVL): listing of all approved sources, in addition to product part descriptions and part numbers. Bill of materials (BOM): a comprehensive listing of all components and sub-assemblies that go into a specific product, showing the quantity of each required to assemble the item or finished product. Box-build: sometimes, also called systems integration, assembly work other than printed circuit board (PCB) production. The electromechanical assembly process involving enclosure fabrication, installation of sub-assemblies and components, and installation and routing of cabling or wire harnesses. Clean room: a facility in which environmental elements such as heat, humidity, microbial growth, and user cleanliness are controlled. Used for assembly/packaging of sensitive components or products. Contract manufacturer (CM): an or...

Saudi Arabia based Abdulla Abdeen Ready Mix Concrete Establishment invests in Putzmeister 51-5 truck-mounted concrete pump at bauma 2019 | United Arab Emirates | Construction

Saudi Arabia based Abdulla Abdeen Ready Mix Concrete Establishment placed an order for the new Putzmeister 51-5 truck-mounted concrete pump at the bauma 2019 expo. Established in 1981, Abdulla Abdeen Ready Mix Concrete Establishment has diversified its products in the field of building materials in accordance with the urban development in Tabuk city. The 51-5 has been designed for demanding applications such as concrete pumping for multi-storey buildings and large foundations, enabled by a flexible TRDI support and compact five-arm placing boom with RZ folding. The 51-5 replaces the well-established 49-5, providing increased horizontal reach and reduced oil consumption. The placing boom of the 51-5 is compact for a class 50-m machine. The 51-5 is suitable for bore pile fillings with an optional ‘tremie arm,’ which replaces the standard fifth arm. The boom tip can handle extension tip loads of up to 700 kg, for example in order to fasten hoses measuring up to 20 metres long, regardless of their diameter. 100 Psi Centrifugal Pump A new feature of the pump is the Ergonic 2.0 control system, which manages all functions of pumps, mixers, placing booms and support. The central contro...

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. Outside’s male staffers love the Retro Pile Pullover for its fuzzy, versatile warmth. Credit the double-sided shearling that’s soft on the skin. It works great as a midlayer fleece or over a shirt for spring hikes. The H2No fabric that Patagonia uses for the Rainshadow is fully waterproof and fairly breathable, but cheaper to produce than Gore-Tex, keeping the cost of the jacket low. A helmet-compatible hood with a visor, watertight zippers, and a draw-cord at the hem are just a few of the highlights of this fully featured rain shell. Gear editor Ben Fox praised Patagonia’s Nine Trails packs for their clean efficiency. “With a minimalist design and well-considered features, Patagonia has proven that when it comes to daypacks, simpler is better,” he writes. It’s available in both men’s and women’s sizes from 14 to 36 liters. Our tester praised this shirt in his test of the best performance flannels. “The Fjord deserves points for its 100 percent organic cotton, which ...

The fast-fashion brand known for its copycat style is under fire on Twitter thanks to a

The fast-fashion brand known for its copycat style is under fire on Twitter thanks to a tag that warns against cancer-causing carcinogens found in its clothing.  The tag is a protocol required by California Proposition 65, which requires that all products manufactured with exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive issues have a warning label. The warning is found in many of the brand’s products and on its Terms of Service page.  Made famous by endorsements from celebs such as the Kardashians and other popular social media influencers, Fashion Nova has a wide reach. The brand is incredibly popular with more than 15 million followers on Instagram, so the repercussions of cancer-causing ingredients would be on an extremely large scale. The lime-green suit included a tag that warned against phthalate, lead, and cadmium — all ingredients known to cause cancer. The customer took to Twitter to warn fellow shoppers about the harmful ingredients found on the nondescript tag.  After the news of these cancer-causing ingredients dropped, users questioned how clothing could cause cancer in the first place.  The risk associated with wearing cloth...

Better understanding of cannabis-related photobiology is helping LED grow light manufacturers produce lighting that increases crop

Better understanding of cannabis-related photobiology is helping LED grow light manufacturers produce lighting that increases crop yields and perhaps more importantly, cannabis quality. For the last 50+ years, indoor cannabis cultivators have used High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lights to illuminate their flowering crops. This technology was developed for, and is still used, as street lighting and there really hasn’t been a fundamental change to the output in the last half century.LED technology showed great promise to solve some of the primary drawbacks to the use of HPS technology for indoor cannabis cultivation.  We are often asked why this technology was used to grow cannabis, and the answers are simple: 1) due to strict legislation and even stricter penalties for growing cannabis, growers wished to move their crops indoors, and, 2) there really hasn’t been another technology that would allow us to cheaply place 400, 600, or even 1000W of light on a crop. In addition, HPS technology is rich in certain frequencies of red light, which is so important to flowering crops. Unfortunately, HPS lamps have their drawbacks, such as high heat output and lack of other “colors,” along the lig...