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Also in the LT-FREE lineup are the HIGH FLEX, a universal machine that cuts bent and hydroformed tubes, flat and deep-drawn sheets, and welded assemblies; the PIECE VALUE, which has a rotary turntable and automatic load/unload; and the ENTRY LEVEL, with dual fixed tables.
As a 'universal machine', it can perform a range of grinding processes including splines, gear teeth, surface, outside diameter and edge grinding--in a single set-up.
Meanwhile, Army troops on Friday busted a militant hideout and recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition including a sniper rifle, one universal machine gun and 13- kg explosive in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The NLX2000Y/500 is a universal machine successfully catering to various industries.
As a universal machine, the VM-203 has a broad range of attachments for different tasks: curb-laying clamps; sweeping and sand watering systems; and, vacuum laying systems for different concrete and natural stone slabs.
Rowley goes on to say that the hype and marketing stuff is leading people astray when it comes to understanding exactly how 3D printers work: "In terms of materials, most machines are material specific - there's no universal machine which produces a multitude of different materials.
Last year saw the installation of the company's largest machine to date, a 1000t servo hydraulic Haitian Mars MA10000.8400 universal machine into a tier one automotive customer, along with a number of other machines into similar automotive customers.
Stephan Machinery exhibited some models of the Universal Machine range (UMC 5, UMSK 24, UM 70 and UM 74), which handle almost all the tasks involved in the production of processed cheese, convenience products and confectionary: from mixing and chopping, emulsifying and vacuum deaeration to heating and cooling.
TURING'S CATHEDRAL: THE ORIGINS OF THE DIGITAL UNIVERSE is narrated by Arthur Morey, who has acted in a number of off-Broadway productions, and provides a lively history of a group of women and women who built one of the first computers to realize Alan Turing's vision of a Universal Machine. This traces the process whereby theory becomes reality, providing a history of the digital universe in a fine survey of the evolution of digital computing, and is a fine pick for any nonfiction, science or computer-oriented audio library.
1975--PUMA (Programmable Universal Machine for Assembly) is developed for General Motors.
The arms laid down by the militants included a universal machine gun, an AK-47 rifle, a grenade launcher, 550 rounds of AK rifle, six AK magazines, seven RPG rounds, 50 detonators and one M-16 grenade.

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