The material gripper, the first of its kind to be designed and implemented at the company, grabs the material edge by inflating an air bladder
and, working jointly with the pinch feed roller, pulls it evenly across the length of the cutting table.
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com)-- An innovative and useful new product designed to serve as a highly valuable automotive repair accessory, the Air Bladder
Transmission Jack, has been developed by inventor Robert Johnson of Lakewood, Washington.
Rather than adding underfoot cushioning, the Pump had an air bladder
in the tongue that wearers could inflate to provide an optimal fit around the forefoot and ankle.
An air bladder
is a sealed pocket or chamber which is inflated with a gas," explains Southern Miss associate professor of polymer science Jeffrey Wiggins, who helped develop the helmet.
I had an idea to incorporate an air bladder
, just like the airplane one where you go 'poof' and it inflates immediately," Discovery News quoted Dorian as saying in an interview for a Billabong video.
Giving us company were various parts of various sea creatures, from fish maw ( the air bladder
that helps fish to maintain their balance in the sea) to duck gizzard.
Our buses ride on an air bladder
of sorts," says spokesman Andy Vobora.
Tip: leaving the air bladder
intact extends the duration of convulsive twitches.
MAN O' WAR is so named for its air bladder
, which looks similar to the triangular sails of the Portuguese ship Caravela latina (man-of-war) of the 15th and 16th centuries.
By using this unique air bladder
to adjust their buoyancy, or ability to float, rattails can root around the seafloor in search of food.
The 165-ton clamp is precisely controlled with four hydraulic pistons instead of the typical air bladder