The company DEWALT has a range of anchors that will be launching in the second half of 2016, the existing, as well as the existing powers range of anchors and fasteners parts will transition to the brand over a period of time.DEWALT acts as pioneers in their fields, as they have been developing innovative installation tools. Powers Fasteners has been developing anchor solutions for various construction projects throughout the world. The leader in the concrete and masonry fastening industry is Powers. They specialize in providing specific phases of construction. Once the project begins, DEWALT is the most trusted professional brand for using power tools. Many of the world’s most memorable structures have been used with DEWALT and Powers products.


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The Trucker staff wrote an article for Bearing.com discussing about how Meritor launched a new type of bearing. This type of bearing is considered an AllFit premium tapered roller bearings. These bearings are for differentials wheel ends, and transmissions for many different types of applications such as trailer axles, steering, and driving.Here is what Sam Marco, the product specialist for Meritor Aftermarket said about the launch of the new AllFit premium trapper roller bearings.


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Lancaster Fastener Co Ltd has announced that they are now equipped to offer any of their zinc plated stainless steel fasteners with a black finish within a very short time frame. This move is widely speculated to be in response to the growing demand for fasteners with a black finish. By building upon its extensive existed stock range of fasteners by offer it with a black finish, Lancaster Fastener Co Ltd, the UK company have answered the deafening call by its customers.


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HIOS In., a Japanese company that focuses on the manufacturing of electric power tools, torque meters, and screws has just announced the development of two new screws. One is a cap screw while the other is a hollow set screw. Both the termed InterCap and InterGrip screws come with an InterTorque hexalobular recess head.


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A gyrocompass is a useful marine tool that is able to detect true north better than the conventional compass. The direction it points to is not affected by the Earth’s magnetic field or by the steel some ships are made of. In other words, the things that typically create inaccuracies in a compass, do not deflect a gyrocompass.


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Embraer Is one of the leading airplane makers in the industry- competing at number three behind Airbus and Boeing company. Alcoa is another leader in lightweight metal and advanced manufacturing methods.  The two companies have recently finalized a deal that not only strengthens their relationship but also secures their positions as leaders in the market. The multiyear contract is valued at $470 million. The agreement will ensure Alcoa supplies alloys sheet for Embraer’s new E-Jet E2 family, which is scheduled to fly by 2018. This will make Alcoa the sole contractor for exclusive wing skins and fuselage sheet intended for the E-Jet E2 jet airliners.


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There was an article on Thomas Net that talks about how the local manufacturing of Thomson FSI style metric precision balls lead to faster delivery times.Thomas Industries is considered a manufacturer of motion controlled solutions specifically in the mechanical realm. There has been more customer offerings in North America. In doing this, the manufacturing company is able to deliver high quality metric ball screws in much shorter lead times. These metric ball screws are considered to be German engineered.


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Fasteners are made from a broad range of materials, ranging from common steel to plastic, titanium, or other exotic materials. Several materials are further subcategorized in order to differentiate between different grades which can help to describe specific hardening processes, alloy mixtures, etc. In addition to this, some materials are offered in a wide selection of platings or coatings which are used to improve its corrosion resistance or used to change the appearance of the fastener itself. Fastener material, grade, and coating may be critical when selecting a aircraft fastener due to variations between materials in strength, corrosion resistance, brittleness, galvanic corrosion properties, and cost.


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New studies forecast the Asian industrial aircraft fastener industry to be worth over 44.12 Billion dollars as of the year 2020. Predictions based on a trend started in 2013, the Grand View Research Inc company have researched and expect the demand to increase over the next five years increasing total revenue. Offered in different sizes and dimensions these hexagon fasteners have endless amount of uses to connect and hold. As production of automotive, infrastructure, and the aerospace production increase the fastener industry does alongside with it.


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Fasteners are commonly defined as devices that are used to mechanically join two or more components, devices or surfaces together. Objects that fall under the fastener umbrella are nut fastener, pins, rivets, clips, washers, nails, screws and bolts with the basic requirement for fasteners being that they must be sturdy/strong enough to handle the required loads and pressure. They must also be cost effective, resistive to corrosion, aesthetically presentable and easy to use.


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Triangle Fastener Corporation- one of the top fastener manufacturers, has recently released a new line of anti-rust Zinc head screws. Their zinc composition delay corrosion that would otherwise generate faster from screw fastener made out of steel. Triangle Fastener has engineered all their products to outperform competitors in the industry.


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Bearing.com has released an article on June 6th 2016 talks about how ZWZ is working on creating six different bearings from their crystalline silicon slicing machine. These bearings will be used as import substitutes for one of their domestic customer. This has been delivered and put into good use.There has been more news stating that this specific customer has also placed another order with ZWZ for more multi standard bearings. With this being said, ZWZ is in production for these parts now.


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Bombardier is introducing a new pocket door to its Learjet 75 light jet for a more comfortable and enjoyable flight. With the addition of the new door bulk head it will separate the cockpit from the gallery, decreasing the noise in the cabin by approximately 6-8 decibels ; which are used to measure intensity of sound. The first plane to Exhibit the new Cabin door was on display at the EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition) show; held in Geneva, Switzerland.


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American Airlines, the major American airline headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, has recently announced that the airlines will be utilizing a new design on its long haul business class cabin. The seats in the newly designed cabins will be built by B/E Aerospace, the Wellington, Florida-based company. These new seats will be equipped in the Airbus A350 as well as the Boeing 787 Dreamliners which American Airlines has on order. B/E Aerospace’s new seats will also be installed on a handful of retrofitted Boeing 777-200s.


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A new wedge lock nut has been announced as part of TR Fastening LTD’s expanding line of bolt fasteners parts. The single piece delivers technology usually provided by two components – a washer for locking and flanged nut that is easy to use.


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RS Components design a new series of power connectors to be facilitate connectivity. These models are known as the TE Connectivity Nector M series connectors and are designed to be more flexible allowing them to fit into already existing models to be more agile. Its flexibility allows to the connectors to distribute the power and data to various devices more efficiently. The Nector Ms are designed to sustain harsh conditions such as bad environments and the outdoors.


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On June 2nd 2016, Marissa Martin wrote an article for Connector Tips talking about how TE Connectivity Ltd. and how they are increasing the range of accessibility for D sub connectors. In the article, Martin talks about how TE Connectivity as release more than 100 part numbers that will be available for purchase in the next six weeks or so. All of these 100 plus part numbers are under the AMPLIMITE D sub connector category. With this announcement, this is considered a huge benchmark for the company as TE Connectivity is planning to use this to significantly decrease the amount of lead time for standard AMPLIMITE connector parts. This decrease in time should be in effect by August 2016.


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Although it is a small one, Air Austral has officially joined the ranks of many other industry giants amongst the airline carrier world by taking in its first 787 Dreamliner. The delivery marked the first of two Dreamliners schedule to be delivered to Air Autral as part of a 2015 order which coincidentally marked the first time it is done so for a French operator remarked Boeing VP for commercial sales in Latin America, Carribbean and Africa, Van Rex Gallard.


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On May 9th, 2016 Jordan Mulcare released an article on Electronics Specific talking about how Mill-Max is planning to expand its line for the spring loaded pins.This recent addition of the spring loaded pin will come in the series: 0973-0-15-20-77-14-11-0. This type of spring loaded pin can accept up to 20AWG wire. Not only can it accept the wire but the spring loaded pin also has a maximum stroke of 0.080” which can also be used at the minimum spacing of 0.100”.


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On May 2nd 2016, Neil Hodgson wrote an article for Liverpool Echo UK talking about how Airbus is celebrating on their recent success of securing orders from four different airlines. It seems as if the US based airlines, Delta Airlines placed an order with Airbus for 37 units of their A321ceo aircraft.Here is what Ed Bastian, Delta’s upcoming chief executive has to say about this.


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