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Jame and Adam test if an airplane can take off on a conveyor belt Part 1 of 2 Part two here
24 Feb 2008
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I saw this at Maker Faire 2008. John Park created a neat conveyor belt with an RFID reader under it. When you place one of the wooden tiles (with an RFID chip) stamped with the icon of a website or application on the moving belt, the reader sends the ID to a computer, which loads the corresponding website or application. John's how-to project will be in a future issue of MAKE magazine.
9 May 2008
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Knex Conveyor Belt
6 Oct 2008
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KALE CONVEYOR LTD.CO., established in 1975, by passing the years transmission belt, tresher pulley belt, tire sheets with rubber based productions stages one by one, has been serving to you, our esteemed customers with nylon and polyester woven conveyor belt productions for 15 years.
29 Mar 2009
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Automated Conveyor Belt/Bin Return: TSA Checkpoint Evolution
18 May 2009
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Check out this Fanuc M-20ia R30iA on a custom built conveyor belt system made by RobotWorx! Find out more by check out http://www.robots.com/specials.php?tag=102 or calling us at 740-383-8383.
16 Apr 2011
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Printech Middle East is a complete solutions provider for the Printing and Packaging Industry in the MENA (Middle East North Africa) region & India. Mosca strapping, Mosca strapping machines,Plate Mounting Machines, automatic stretch wrap machine, laser marking systems,conveyor belts,manufacturers,power transmission belts, shrink wrap film,automatic shrink wrap machine,Cryovac Shrink Films, VISION PACK shrink wrapping machines
18 Jun 2012
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Http://Www.Ssi-Schaefer.Com The new FT conveyor system by SSI Schaefer more than meets the requirements of the customer. Ergonomic lateral frames make working on the conveyor system easy on the operator. Inside there is enough space to accommodate several data lines, power cables and air supply. The rollers can be simply clipped on. This makes it easy to replace the rollers. The system is driven by belts that have proven there robustness in day to day operation in numerous industries and branches. New light sensors control the conveyor system. As they can be freely configured they can be used in a wide range of conveyor applications. Stopper elements are designed to stop immediate the conveyed item at any place along the line. Belt diverters move the conveyed items sideways. The modular design allows the individual support unit to be removed and reinstalled for maintenance and replaced it in a matter of minutes. The roller swift acts as a converter or distribution and merging unit within the conveyor. With a speed of up to 6000 totes per hour the system provides a maximum of efficiency.
6 May 2010
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the manufacturer of printing machine Luen Cheong Printing Equipment Group Limited Jin Xia Industrial District Chan an Town Dongguan City GuangDong Province China www.cn-print.com salescn-print.com infocn-print.com directorcn-print.com Function 1.Controlled by microprocessor,easy operation,running stably and accurately. 2.4-digit auto counter built-in. 3.Cast aluminum machine frame,low weight and high intensity,turnable machine head. 4.Separate adjustment of the pad up/down stroke speed. 5.Ink scraper is auto balance keeping in printing. 6.With the function of ink scraping nonstop without printing in order to prevent ink from drying. 7.Ink cup is turnable and adjustable in vertical and horizontal direction. 8.Super long slide stroke to print large size workpiece. 9.Speed of every single pneumatic organ is adjustable 1. Model NO:LC-SPM6-150/18T 2. printing Colors:6 3. Plate area:100*250mm 4. Sealed ink cup:¢90 mm 5. printing area:80*135 6. Conveying Stations jigs:18 7. Max printing speed:1500PCS/H 8. Power Supply:220V/ 50HZ 110V/60HZ 9. Air pressure:4-6pa 10. dimension:1300×1210×1420mm3 free fiting 1.6 pcs rubber pad 2.6 pcs assembly jigs 3.6 pcs steel pad plate
11 Aug 2010
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Pick your own sushi on a conveyor belt.
12 Nov 2006
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Scorbot Robot with 5 degrees of freedom sorting blocks picked up from a conveyor belt. The block sensors are infrared leds/phototransistors. Robotics lab at Lakehead University.
3 Apr 2007
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This is the Rudnik in Southeastern Bulgaria "oblast" or county Radnevo. The town of Radnevo is my hometown. This is located about 7.5km away from the town and is an open mine. Where big ( i am not sure what they are called) excavating machines about 50 meters wide and maybe 150-200 meters tall. They extract coal where it is transported by long tapes of plastic conveyor belts ( check the conveyor belts in my second video) to three different thermal power plants. The power plants supply energy to most of Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia, and Greece. If you would like to find out here is the website: http://tpp2.com
23 Oct 2009
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http://www.globalchange.com Virtual companies, just in time, virtual conveyor belts, integration. Global express delivery systems hard to compete with. Global courier services require huge capital and infrastructure. Competition in delivery services. Gaps in service. Faster delivery times. Logistical challenges and why online purchases are often too slow. Changing customer expectations for even faster response. Growth of same day delivery and overnight delivery. Business management video by keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends including Futurewise and Building a Better Business. Speed of change, pressure to act fast. People react emotionally under pressure. Market research, customer opinion and trend analysis. Future vision. Future of logistics and supply chain management. Future of national post offices and postal service monopolies. DHL, Fedex and UPS global competition for just-in-time courier services. Growth of air freight, alternative delivery services. Deregulation of delivery services. Distribution and supplies of components, raw materials and finished products. Package and parcel RFID tracking technologies and RFID controversy. Road, rail, air and shipping comparative costs. Inflation and outsourcing. Overnight delivery and same day delivery services -- growing demand. Pharmacies and garages lead way. Integration of EPOS data. Planning security of supplies and risk management. Online tracking and tracing of products. Integration into global supply chain, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, warehouses, retail. How technology reduce costs in distribution. Last mile. Home delivery, office and factory delivery. Logistics, supply chain, management, wholesale, retail, transportation, distribution, supplies, freight, courier, tracking, dhl, deutsche post, fedex, ups, manufacturing, post offices, monopoly, integration, software, data. logistics supply chain management wholesale retail transportation distribution supplies freight courier tracking dhl. Future of logistics and supply chain management. Future of national post offices and postal service monopolies. DHL, Fedex and UPS global competition for just-in-time courier services. Growth of air freight, alternative delivery services. Deregulation of delivery services. Distribution and supplies of components, raw materials and finished products. Package and parcel RFID tracking technologies and RFID controversy. Road, rail, air and shipping comparative costs. Inflation and outsourcing. Overnight delivery and same day delivery services -- growing demand. Pharmacies and garages lead way. Integration of EPOS data. Planning security of supplies and risk management. Online tracking and tracing of products. Integration into global supply chain, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, warehouses, retail. How technology reduce costs in distribution. Last mile. Home delivery, office and factory delivery. Video by keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends including Futurewise and Building a Better Business. Logistics, supply chain, management, wholesale, retail, transportation, distribution, supplies, freight, courier, tracking, dhl, deutsche post, fedex, ups, manufacturing, post offices, monopoly, integration, software, data
12 Feb 2012
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http://www.globalchange.com Part Two of Virtual companies, just in time, virtual conveyor belts, integration. Global express delivery systems hard to compete with. Global courier services require huge capital and infrastructure. Competition in delivery services. Gaps in service. Faster delivery times. Logistical challenges and why online purchases are often too slow. Changing customer expectations for even faster response. Growth of same day delivery and overnight delivery. Business management video by keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends including Futurewise and Building a Better Business. Speed of change, pressure to act fast. People react emotionally under pressure. Market research, customer opinion and trend analysis. Future vision. Future of logistics and supply chain management. Future of national post offices and postal service monopolies. DHL, Fedex and UPS global competition for just-in-time courier services. Growth of air freight, alternative delivery services. Deregulation of delivery services. Distribution and supplies of components, raw materials and finished products. Package and parcel RFID tracking technologies and RFID controversy. Road, rail, air and shipping comparative costs. Inflation and outsourcing. Overnight delivery and same day delivery services -- growing demand. Pharmacies and garages lead way. Integration of EPOS data. Planning security of supplies and risk management. Online tracking and tracing of products. Integration into global supply chain, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, warehouses, retail. How technology reduce costs in distribution. Last mile. Home delivery, office and factory delivery. Logistics, supply chain, management, wholesale, retail, transportation, distribution, supplies, freight, courier, tracking, dhl, deutsche post, fedex, ups, manufacturing, post offices, monopoly, integration, software, data. logistics supply chain management wholesale retail transportation distribution supplies freight courier tracking dhl. Future of logistics and supply chain management. Future of national post offices and postal service monopolies. DHL, Fedex and UPS global competition for just-in-time courier services. Growth of air freight, alternative delivery services. Deregulation of delivery services. Distribution and supplies of components, raw materials and finished products. Package and parcel RFID tracking technologies and RFID controversy. Road, rail, air and shipping comparative costs. Inflation and outsourcing. Overnight delivery and same day delivery services -- growing demand. Pharmacies and garages lead way. Integration of EPOS data. Planning security of supplies and risk management. Online tracking and tracing of products. Integration into global supply chain, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, warehouses, retail. How technology reduce costs in distribution. Last mile. Home delivery, office and factory delivery. Video by keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends including Futurewise and Building a Better Business. Logistics, supply chain, management, wholesale, retail, transportation, distribution, supplies, freight, courier, tracking, dhl, deutsche post, fedex, ups, manufacturing, post offices, monopoly, integration, software, data
9 Nov 2009
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Organized stalkers are cultists that collectively ablutes with the blood of their target. They desire to eviscerate the target's body, mind and soul. With mocking gangstalking, strangers and unknown persons are brought to bear up on the target in public places and if possible in places of employment and even in their homes and go through rituals to offend and confuse. The is done intensely and repeatedly for months and years to alienate the target from their community. From the perspective of the target, he or she can not trust any stranger again. The further the targets gets away from their residence, the more aggressive harassment. If the target travels great distances for work, modes of transport will be tampered with or sabotaged. If the target travels to meet family and friends the harassments and stalking will be tough and proactive. The objective it to demobilize and isolate the target to concentrate the abuse of the target in their homes. This is economical and facilitates 24/7/365 torture. Once the target is reduced into a paranoid reclusion the more psychotic of the gangstalkers are brought in to initiate electronic harassment. Radar guns, speakers with amplified ultrasound transducers, EMF generators and microwave guns are deployed in an adjacent property to fry and rupture the target. These tools are used to degrade the mind and body of the target. The intensity and discomfort to the target is used to regulate the targets behaviour. If the target goes to another part of their house unexpectantly, pain levels are ratcheted up, if the target exercises, pain levels are increased and if the target has a wash punitive measures are taken. In the minds of the gangstalkers, the target has no right to behave as if they are human. The target is not permitted to take a self beneficial action. As far as the gangstalkers are concerned the target must accept their predicament and go through a steady demise. Within the target's home, there are certain no go areas defined by the gangstalkers. With this there is an ever decreasing circle the target is permitted to occupy. Any outraged reaction from the target imposes penalties. If a target attacks a street stalker, other stalkers within the vicinity will play act at being witness . Collusive and corrupt police officers will be summoned and the conveyor belt of a corrupt legal system will brought into effect. Once in prison, the target will receive his or her penalties. Usually gangstalkers research their victims for their durability and law abiding nature to sustain the process. Picking an unstable or criminal target may backfire and results in situations like shopping mall mass killings or postal worker rampages. In North London two years ago, a young refugee went berserk with a samurai sword and walked down the street chopping strangers heads and limbs off. This chap escaped from his war torn country, was working since the age of sixteen to support his family back home, had no previous history of mental illness yet lost it and selectively targeted people in his locality. Last I heard, he is regularly drugged and beaten where he is securely held.
22 Mar 2011
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Factory girl stands lonely at the conveyor belt, staring at the cakes and fancies as they fly past. Should she apply a cherry to this one A piece of candied orange peel to that one Why bother, she thinks, whats the point Is she right to be so negative. A jobs a job after all, but this one so boring, so ill-paid, is it worth it Why bother
15 Aug 2008
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