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Adj.1.prox - in or of the next month after the present; "scheduled for the 6th prox"
future - yet to be or coming; "some future historian will evaluate him"
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DuraForm ProX EX BLK is a very high-durability nylon 11-based plastic derived from renewable non-petrochemical based resources.
NASDAQ: FLIR) has acquired Norwegian nano helicopter technology specialist Prox Dynamics AS for approximately USD 134m in cash, the company said on Tuesday.
A breakthrough tool for a multitude of metals applications and project requirements, the ProX 400 is capable of printing in more than a dozen alloys, including stainless steel, aluminum, cobalt chrome, titanium and maraging steel.
The PROX DU distinguishes itself with a sleek design, light weight, ergonomics and remarkable ease of use.
Smart cards are more secure than prox cards because you can embed a digital certificate and/or biometric template on a smart card, its card serial number (CSN) can be encrypted, and mutual authentification between card and reader is possible.
Not necessarily, says Prox, who offers an all-too-common example: "You get your building rebuilt and your equipment replaced, but your operating expenses continued and as a result you're unable to return to business.
To meet a wide variety of customer applications the Goring Kerr PROx is available in three basic models--a conveyor system for packaged products; a bulk flow system with one/two/four-lane operation to minimise scrapped product; and a pipeline system for liquids and slurries.
The system saves money by requiring only a small, inexpensive prox that is isolated from damage that might occur by accidental target contact.
The system saves money by requiring only a small, inexpensive prox that is now isolated from damage through accidental target contact.
Ring sensors are a type of prox that will detect any metal object that passes through it.