Industrial technology – Maximum Douglas http://maximumdouglas.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 02:09:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://maximumdouglas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.jpg Industrial technology – Maximum Douglas http://maximumdouglas.com/ 32 32 Driving global industries towards digitalization and sustainability https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-4/ Tue, 31 May 2022 07:53:00 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-4/ “We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.” Servotronix introduces four […]]]>

“We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.”

Servotronix introduces four product types, providing industries with new custom motion control options:

  • Motion controller: High-performance multi-axis motion controllers, programming software and related I/O, best represented by the softMC703, have rich programming functions and have been successfully applied in many fields of automation and control. robotics. The upgraded softMC can be seamlessly integrated with Servotronix servo motors and motor systems, providing a complete motion solution across all nine major industry sectors.
  • High performance servo driver: Taking CDHDCDHD2 to represent, advantages such as its excellent servo performance, ultra-high power density, simple commissioning and abundant functions are combined into one, providing high performance servo motors which are also extremely profitable.
  • Rotary servo system: The superior performance servo system is composed of Servotronix’s BDHDE servo motor and PRHD2 series rotary servo motor. Its cost-effective servo system includes Dorna’s DS2P servo motor and DM1 series rotary servo motor, providing high and reliable performance and stability.
  • CDLB single-axis robot: Compared with screw guide rail, single axis robot based on CDLB linear drive servo solution has superior direct drive performance and better parameters including higher precision, higher speed, longer stroke and lower noise level.

Hiconics helps the steel, petrochemical, chemical, mining, building materials, textile and paper industries towards sustainable development:

  • Hivert Series Water Cooled VFD: The modular hardware design and advanced software features of the HIVERT series make the water-cooled VFD suitable for a variety of applications, including harsh environments.
  • HV4 Medium Voltage VFD: An energy saving and efficiency improvement solution achieved through motor frequency and voltage control.
  • HIC530 Low Voltage General VFD: Integrated sensorless vector control and V/F control can be widely used in applications that have high requirements for items such as speed control, torque response speed, and low frequency outputs.

To date, Midea Industrial Technology has established 27 R&D centers around the world and accumulated more than 5,500 authorized patents.

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Driving global industries towards digitalization and sustainability https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-2/ Tue, 31 May 2022 06:09:08 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-2/ HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11. “We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of […]]]>

HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11.

“We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.”

Servotronix introduces four product types, providing industries with new custom motion control options:

  • Motion controller: High-performance multi-axis motion controllers and associated programming software and I/O, best represented by the softMC703, have rich programming functions and have been successfully applied in many fields of automation and of robotics. The upgraded softMC can be seamlessly integrated with Servotronix servo motors and motor systems, providing a complete motion solution across all nine major industry sectors.

  • High performance servo driver: Taking CDHDCDHD2 to represent, advantages such as its excellent servo performance, ultra-high power density, simple commissioning and abundant functions are combined into one, providing high performance servo motors which are also extremely profitable.

  • Rotary servo system: The superior performance servo system is composed of Servotronix’s BDHDE servo motor and PRHD2 series rotary servo motor. Its cost-effective servo system includes Dorna’s DS2P servo motor and DM1 series rotary servo motor, providing high and reliable performance and stability.

  • CDLB single-axis robot: Compared with screw guide rail, single axis robot based on CDLB linear drive servo solution has superior direct drive performance and better parameters including higher precision, higher speed, longer stroke and lower noise level.

Hiconics helps the steel, petrochemical, chemical, mining, building materials, textile and paper industries towards sustainable development:

  • Hivert Series Water Cooled VFD: The modular hardware design and advanced software features of the HIVERT series make the water-cooled VFD suitable for a variety of applications, including harsh environments.

  • HV4 Medium Voltage VFD: An energy saving and efficiency improvement solution achieved through motor frequency and voltage control.

  • HIC530 General Low Voltage VFD: Integrated sensorless vector control and V/F control can be widely used in applications that have high requirements for items such as speed control, torque response speed, and low frequency outputs.

To date, Midea Industrial Technology has established 27 R&D centers around the world and accumulated more than 5,500 authorized patents.

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Driving global industries towards digitalization and sustainability https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-3/ Tue, 31 May 2022 06:06:11 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-3/ HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /CNW/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11. “We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of […]]]>

HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /CNW/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11.

“We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.”

Servotronix introduces four product types, providing industries with new custom motion control options:

  • Motion controller: High-performance multi-axis motion controllers, programming software and related I/O, best represented by the softMC703, have rich programming functions and have been successfully applied in many fields of automation and control. robotics. The upgraded softMC can be seamlessly integrated with Servotronix servo motors and motor systems, providing a complete motion solution across all nine major industry sectors.

  • High performance servo driver: Taking CDHDCDHD2 to represent, advantages such as its excellent servo performance, ultra-high power density, simple commissioning and abundant functions are combined into one, providing high performance servo motors which are also extremely profitable.

  • Rotary servo system: The superior performance servo system is composed of Servotronix’s BDHDE servo motor and PRHD2 series rotary servo motor. Its cost-effective servo system includes Dorna’s DS2P servo motor and DM1 series rotary servo motor, providing high and reliable performance and stability.

  • CDLB single-axis robot: Compared with screw guide rail, single axis robot based on CDLB linear drive servo solution has superior direct drive performance and better parameters including higher precision, higher speed, longer stroke and lower noise level.

Hiconics helps the steel, petrochemical, chemical, mining, building materials, textile and paper industries towards sustainable development:

  • Hivert Series Water Cooled VFD: The modular hardware design and advanced software features of the HIVERT series make the water-cooled VFD suitable for a variety of applications, including harsh environments.

  • HV4 Medium Voltage VFD: An energy saving and efficiency improvement solution achieved through motor frequency and voltage control.

  • HIC530 Low Voltage General VFD: Integrated sensorless vector control and V/F control can be widely used in applications that have high requirements for items such as speed control, torque response speed, and low frequency outputs.

To date, Midea Industrial Technology has established 27 R&D centers around the world and accumulated more than 5,500 authorized patents.

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Driving global industries towards digitalization and sustainability https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability/ Tue, 31 May 2022 04:14:20 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability/ HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /CNW/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11. “We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of […]]]>

HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /CNW/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11.

“We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.”

Servotronix introduces four product types, providing industries with new custom motion control options:

  • Motion controller: High-performance multi-axis motion controllers, programming software and related I/O, best represented by the softMC703, have rich programming functions and have been successfully applied in many fields of automation and control. robotics. The upgraded softMC can be seamlessly integrated with Servotronix servo motors and motor systems, providing a complete motion solution across all nine major industry sectors.

  • High performance servo driver: Taking CDHDCDHD2 to represent, advantages such as its excellent servo performance, ultra-high power density, simple commissioning and abundant functions are combined into one, providing high performance servo motors which are also extremely profitable.

  • Rotary servo system: The superior performance servo system is composed of Servotronix’s BDHDE servo motor and PRHD2 series rotary servo motor. Its cost-effective servo system includes Dorna’s DS2P servo motor and DM1 series rotary servo motor, providing high and reliable performance and stability.

  • CDLB single-axis robot: Compared with screw guide rail, single axis robot based on CDLB linear drive servo solution has superior direct drive performance and better parameters including higher precision, higher speed, longer stroke and lower noise level.

Hiconics helps the steel, petrochemical, chemical, mining, building materials, textile and paper industries towards sustainable development:

  • Hivert Series Water Cooled VFD: The modular hardware design and advanced software features of the HIVERT series make the water-cooled VFD suitable for a variety of applications, including harsh environments.

  • HV4 Medium Voltage VFD: An energy saving and efficiency improvement solution achieved through motor frequency and voltage control.

  • HIC530 Low Voltage General VFD: Integrated sensorless vector control and V/F control can be widely used in applications that have high requirements for items such as speed control, torque response speed, and low frequency outputs.

To date, Midea Industrial Technology has established 27 R&D centers around the world and accumulated more than 5,500 authorized patents.

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Driving global industries towards digitalization and sustainability https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-5/ Mon, 30 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/driving-global-industries-towards-digitalization-and-sustainability-5/ HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11. “We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of […]]]>

HANNOVER, Germany, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Midea Industrial Technology showcased innovative automation and green energy products from its two industrial automation brands Servotronix and Hiconics at Booth B38/3, Hall 11.

“We hope to leverage Hannover Messe for deeper exchanges with partners and customers from the global industrial community,” said Diego Fu, Vice Chairman of Midea Group and Chairman of Midea Industrial Technology. “I am fully committed to helping vertical industries transform and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with our cutting-edge technologies and solutions.”

Servotronix introduces four product types, providing industries with new custom motion control options:

  • Motion controller: High-performance multi-axis motion controllers, programming software and related I/O, best represented by the softMC703, have rich programming functions and have been successfully applied in many fields of automation and control. robotics. The upgraded softMC can be seamlessly integrated with Servotronix servo motors and motor systems, providing a complete motion solution across all nine major industry sectors.

  • High performance servo driver: Taking CDHDCDHD2 to represent, advantages such as its excellent servo performance, ultra-high power density, simple commissioning and abundant functions are combined into one, providing high performance servo motors which are also extremely profitable.

  • Rotary servo system: The superior performance servo system is composed of Servotronix’s BDHDE servo motor and PRHD2 series rotary servo motor. Its cost-effective servo system includes Dorna’s DS2P servo motor and DM1 series rotary servo motor, providing high and reliable performance and stability.

  • CDLB single-axis robot: Compared with screw guide rail, single axis robot based on CDLB linear drive servo solution has superior direct drive performance and better parameters including higher precision, higher speed, longer stroke and lower noise level.

Hiconics helps the steel, petrochemical, chemical, mining, building materials, textile and paper industries towards sustainable development:

  • Hivert Series Water Cooled VFD: The modular hardware design and advanced software features of the HIVERT series make the water-cooled VFD suitable for a variety of applications, including harsh environments.

  • HV4 Medium Voltage VFD: An energy saving and efficiency improvement solution achieved through motor frequency and voltage control.

  • HIC530 General Low Voltage VFD: Integrated sensorless vector control and V/F control can be widely used in applications that have high requirements for items such as speed control, torque response speed, and low frequency outputs.

To date, Midea Industrial Technology has established 27 R&D centers around the world and accumulated more than 5,500 authorized patents.

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Short-term stake in Mason Industrial Technology, Inc. (NYSE: MIT) increases 57.1% https://maximumdouglas.com/short-term-stake-in-mason-industrial-technology-inc-nyse-mit-increases-57-1/ Sun, 29 May 2022 15:23:27 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/short-term-stake-in-mason-industrial-technology-inc-nyse-mit-increases-57-1/ Mason Industrial Technology, Inc. (NYSE: MIT – Get Rating) saw significant growth in short-term interest during the month of May. As of May 15, there were short interests totaling 16,500 shares, a growth of 57.1% from the total of 10,500 shares as of April 30. Based on an average daily volume of 200,800 shares, the […]]]>

Mason Industrial Technology, Inc. (NYSE: MIT – Get Rating) saw significant growth in short-term interest during the month of May. As of May 15, there were short interests totaling 16,500 shares, a growth of 57.1% from the total of 10,500 shares as of April 30. Based on an average daily volume of 200,800 shares, the day-to-cover ratio is currently 0.1 day. Approximately 0.0% of the company’s shares are sold short.

Shares of Mason Industrial Technology rose $0.01 on Friday, hitting $9.78. The stock had trading volume of 578,852 shares, compared to an average trading volume of 251,708. Mason Industrial Technology has a 12-month low of $9.41 and a 12-month high of $9.85. The company’s 50-day moving average is $9.77 and its two-hundred-day moving average is $9.75.

A number of large investors have recently changed their stock holdings. Hsbc Holdings PLC increased its position in Mason Industrial Technology by 1.9% in the first quarter. Hsbc Holdings PLC now owns 1,736,681 shares of the company worth $16,967,000 after buying 32,835 additional shares last quarter. Berkley WR Corp increased its stake in Mason Industrial Technology by 60.0% during the third quarter. Berkley WR Corp now owns 550,205 shares of the company worth $5,359,000 after purchasing an additional 206,330 shares in the last quarter. Oribel Capital Management LP increased its stake in Mason Industrial Technology by 22.1% during the fourth quarter. Oribel Capital Management LP now owns 508,002 shares of the company worth $4,958,000 after purchasing an additional 91,832 shares in the last quarter. Spartan Fund Management Inc. acquired a new stake in Mason Industrial Technology during the first quarter valued at $2,442,000. Finally, Kawa Capital Management Inc acquired a new stake in Mason Industrial Technology during the fourth quarter at a value of $1,801,000. 61.42% of the shares are currently held by institutional investors and hedge funds.

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Mason Industrial Technology, Inc. has no significant operations. It focuses on completing a merger, stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or several companies. The company intends to identify business opportunities in the field of industrial technology, advanced materials or specialty chemicals.

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OEDIT to Promote Colorado Companies at Hannover Messe Industrial Technology Show https://maximumdouglas.com/oedit-to-promote-colorado-companies-at-hannover-messe-industrial-technology-show/ Fri, 27 May 2022 15:48:13 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/oedit-to-promote-colorado-companies-at-hannover-messe-industrial-technology-show/ Eight Colorado Companies to Have International Exposition in Hannover, Germany as Part of State Trade Expansion Program May 27, 2022 — The Global Business Development division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and eight Colorado-based companies, from Salida to Boulder, will attend Hannover Messe in Hannover, Germany, May 30-June 2, […]]]>

Eight Colorado Companies to Have International Exposition in Hannover, Germany as Part of State Trade Expansion Program

May 27, 2022 — The Global Business Development division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and eight Colorado-based companies, from Salida to Boulder, will attend Hannover Messe in Hannover, Germany, May 30-June 2, 2022. Hannover Messe brings together the main industry sectors in one place to learn, network and exchange, and offers exhibitors the opportunity to present innovative products and solutions to potential buyers around the world.

Participation helps Colorado businesses reach new audiences and expand internationally. Hannover Messe is known as the most important international platform and hot spot for industrial processing. More than 5,500 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors are expected at the show which showcases industrial innovation with new technologies in a variety of sectors.

The eight companies present at OEDIT received support to participate in Hannover Messe through the State Trade Expansion Program, which helps offset the cost of international business development activities:

Artimus Robotics (Boulder, CO) provides flexible, electric and intelligent actuators for automation and human-machine interfaces. Exclusive HASEL technology is used in medical devices, industrial automation, automotive, aerospace, consumer products and robotics for quiet, lightweight and highly controllable realistic movements. These actuators frequently replace pneumatics and servos and are designed and manufactured in Boulder, Colorado.

B1: Sustainable, Renewable and Regenerative Energy (Salida, CO) creates a scalable and scaleable recycling, waste and energy solution for rural and urban communities. Through innovation, proven technology and systematic planning, B1 develops a pilot facility that mimics nature where each process, by-product and co-product fuels and perpetuates another. This creates a complete closed-loop microsystem to reduce waste and greenhouse gases while producing energy and products that benefit the community it serves.

Barber-Nichols (Arvada, CO) accelerates the delivery of innovative turbomachinery systems through collaborative customer relationships fused with integrated engineering and manufacturing to explore the universe, enable sustainable energy and protect freedom. Critical applications include rocket engine turbopumps, satellite coolant pumps, laser coolant pumps, torpedo propulsion systems and advanced energy products, all designed, manufactured, assembled and tested in a co-located facility.

Okaya (Boulder, CO) helps you improve your operations by performing accurate, secure, and anonymous mental health assessments in 20 seconds using voice and video feed. The API can easily integrate into your existing systems so you can help your team right away. Companies can save $10,000 per employee, per year, simply by understanding the mental health and fatigue levels of their teams.

Optio (Boulder, CO) is the scanning solution that puts you in control. Optio connects workers, machines and customers and provides the foundation for Lean improvements. Step by step.

Pigler Automation (Longmont, CO) is an engineering company offering turnkey automation solutions as well as project management, custom training and software development, system design assistance, migrations and DCS upgrades, and support during plant breakdowns and upgrades. Pigler’s project experience spans a wide variety of industries, including oil and gas, chemical, mining, power generation, food and beverage, and renewable energy.

Snaptron (Windsor, CO) is the world’s leading manufacturer of touch dome switches, dome arrays and complementary equipment for a wide variety of electronic devices. Snaptron offers the widest selection of standard dome switches on the market, with 15 different styles of standard metal domes, in sizes ranging from 4mm to 37mm and forces ranging from 40g to 6800g.

Toxnot PBC (Fort Collins, CO) is a cloud-based software platform that lets you connect with your suppliers, collect meaningful product data, and create valuable reports. The software enables you to achieve goals of cross-functional compliance, full hardware disclosure, sustainability, and circularity. It gives you the tools to create healthier products and eliminate chemical hazards from your supply chain.


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Group of Cal Poly Industrial Technology Students Handcraft High-End Lights for Stylish Outdoor Enjoyment | Races and stoppers | San Luis Obispo https://maximumdouglas.com/group-of-cal-poly-industrial-technology-students-handcraft-high-end-lights-for-stylish-outdoor-enjoyment-races-and-stoppers-san-luis-obispo/ Thu, 26 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/group-of-cal-poly-industrial-technology-students-handcraft-high-end-lights-for-stylish-outdoor-enjoyment-races-and-stoppers-san-luis-obispo/ The hum of a drill and the roar of a gigantic jet of water punctuated the restless silence of Cal Polyof industrial technology workshop. Nearly a dozen students were pacing back and forth toward a large wooden workbench. Some wore neon orange utility suits and all wore safety glasses. Tools and several half-constructed lamps of […]]]>

The hum of a drill and the roar of a gigantic jet of water punctuated the restless silence of Cal Polyof industrial technology workshop.

Nearly a dozen students were pacing back and forth toward a large wooden workbench. Some wore neon orange utility suits and all wore safety glasses. Tools and several half-constructed lamps of oak and galvanized steel dotted the bench. They had to finish 50 Nova Light units by May 22.

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  • LIGHT RACE The Nova team is rushing to manufacture 100 units of the Nova lamp by June 3 in order for their main project to succeed.

“As a team, everyone here averages about 30 hours a week or more on this project,” said Holden Kooiker, a fourth-year industrial technology student. “We’re not as concerned about the rating in this class as we are about making a great product and getting it out to people.”

Nova Light project manager Kooiker and his undergraduate team had 12 lamps almost ready to go by May 19. The Nova is a portable, rechargeable, app-controlled light intended to provide outdoor activities with more aesthetically pleasing lighting. Its vertical bulb is encased in a galvanized steel propeller-shaped cage, and it rests on a red oak load base.

“It’s handcrafted. There aren’t many outdoor portable lights. The closest competitors you might see are small, tiny portable lanterns. But those aren’t necessarily for aesthetic purposes, just more utilitarian. We’re trying to get something that’s specifically exterior and aesthetically pleasing and can be moved around easily,” Kooiker said.

The Nova Light is the senior eight-week project for industrial technology students in their business and production management class. Success means selling 100 units by June 3. With pre-orders pouring in, the group of 11 needs 28 more to reach the goal.

“We’ve shopped at wineries before. Just seeing what their outdoor spaces look like and contacting them via email, some of them have been very supportive. They’ve just been in buy a bunch right away,” said Reece Brown, sales manager.

Brown said J. Lohr Winery and Brecon Estates of Paso Robles have expressed interest, with the latter purchasing three lamps. At nearly $260 for a galvanized steel lamp and $280 for the black version (plus $30 for a customizable nameplate), the Nova is marketed as a premium product due to the hands-on manufacturing process. Kooiker said that if they only made one lamp, it would take nine hours, provided each step was added sequentially.

“We had to fund ourselves. The hardware cost for each of these is $120. We had to invest our own money to get started. As the pre-order sales started coming in, we were using that money to fund the rest of the hardware,” he said. “We would make an 80% profit margin on every unit sold, and that would go right back into our pockets.”

The Nova team tries to spark public interest by parading the lamp around local events like the SLO Downtown Farmer’s Market and engaging vigorously on social media platforms. Students say they are tired, with busy schedules that keep them on campus until 9 p.m. some days. But there is light at the end of the tunnel: graduation in early June.

“I’m taking a big trip to Europe right after graduation. I’m going backpacking for a whole month, so that’s probably where my profits go,” laughed Kooiker.

• The Cayucos Chamber of CommerceThe May Madness fundraiser returns after a two-year hiatus on May 28 at Cayucos Elementary School Auditorium. Tickets are $200 and admit two guests each. All proceeds from the event will go to the local 4th of July Fireworks Fund and other chamber programs. Purchase tickets at the Sea Shanty, Shoreline Inn, Beach Bums, Schooners, and Cayucos Chamber Office, or by calling (805) 995-1200. Δ

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Clarinda Board of Directors Discusses Industrial Technology Vacancies | New https://maximumdouglas.com/clarinda-board-of-directors-discusses-industrial-technology-vacancies-new/ Fri, 13 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/clarinda-board-of-directors-discusses-industrial-technology-vacancies-new/ (Clarinda) – As the school year draws to a close, a vacancy in industrial technology for the next school year has Clarinda school officials worried. At its regular meeting on Wednesday, the Clarinda School Board, along with staff and administrators, discussed the shortage of industrial technology instructors for the 2022-23 school year. 7-12 director Luke […]]]>

(Clarinda) – As the school year draws to a close, a vacancy in industrial technology for the next school year has Clarinda school officials worried.

At its regular meeting on Wednesday, the Clarinda School Board, along with staff and administrators, discussed the shortage of industrial technology instructors for the 2022-23 school year. 7-12 director Luke Cox says that although some people have expressed interest, no candidate has taken the job. However, he says the district is working hard to notify individuals of a vocational and technical education license through the Iowa Department of Education that helps workers in an industry receive their certification from education.

“Basically, they could have a possibility of 6,000 hours of relevant experience and a GED or a high school diploma, if they can prove it, and the (Board of Education) lists some qualifications,” Cox said. . “Maybe they have an AA degree and relevant experience, so those hours needed would decrease as a result of that extra training.”

According to the Board of Education Examiners website, the program includes courses in vocational and technical teaching methods, curriculum development, curriculum and student measurement and evaluation, human relations for teachers, exceptional learners and ethics training.

Board member Paul Boysen says the district is limited in its options. One option would be to poach a teacher from another district, which would be difficult and require the district to implement additional incentives.

“And you also have to get that person to come here, which means you have to pay them off-hours, which you can do with changes to the collective agreement,” Boysen said. “The problem it creates with your staff is that he or she sits there and gets paid ‘x’ more dollars than everyone else and does similar work. It creates staffing issues.”

Boysen says another option might be to find someone in an industry in the area who is interested in pursuing an education and working with them to get certified.

Acting Director of Special Education Lance Ridgely said his previous experience with this storyline involved a sign-in bonus.

“You got part of it after your first (year), and part of it after your second (year), and so on, and it was $10,000 that we were offering for that,” Ridgely said. “We can certainly publicize it, but it takes a level of comfort on the part of the board to understand that this is one of the steps we are taking to actively and aggressively pursue.”

Justin Ridnour is the current Industrial Technology Instructor, and he says that through the networking he has done, there seems to be one main factor why individuals might be hesitant.

“It seems like most guys I know who work in this type of industry, the salary is the big deal,” Ridnour said. “Because if you have someone who is knowledgeable and has that kind of necessary experience as Paul (Boysen) said, they make enough money there. So that’s also a barrier hard.”

Ridnour says that if the vacancy is not filled, between 60 and 80 students will lose the courses they are interested in. Ridgely says the district will also need to get more creative about where the job posting should be.

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Precisional Completes Acquisition of Four Industrial Technology Businesses from Trimble https://maximumdouglas.com/precisional-completes-acquisition-of-four-industrial-technology-businesses-from-trimble/ Mon, 09 May 2022 13:03:00 +0000 https://maximumdouglas.com/precisional-completes-acquisition-of-four-industrial-technology-businesses-from-trimble/ NEW YORK, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Accuracy, a subsidiary of The Jordan Company (“TJC”), today announced that it has completed the previously announced transaction to acquire four industrial technology businesses from Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB). Acquired businesses include Protempis (formerly Trimble Time and Frequency), LOADRITE, Spectra Precision Tools and SECO. Financial terms were not disclosed. […]]]>

NEW YORK, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Accuracy, a subsidiary of The Jordan Company (“TJC”), today announced that it has completed the previously announced transaction to acquire four industrial technology businesses from Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB). Acquired businesses include Protempis (formerly Trimble Time and Frequency), LOADRITE, Spectra Precision Tools and SECO. Financial terms were not disclosed.

TJC, a private equity firm, established Precisional LLC, (“Precisional”), as a global platform focused on precision data and measurement solutions driving efficiency in the most demanding infrastructure end markets. more demanding. “The Trimble companies that have joined Precisional have a long history of innovation, and each is a leader in the markets they serve. “I am excited to build on this strong foundation alongside the dedicated employees who have served their customers. over the years. Additionally, we plan to accelerate the pace of innovation and growth by focusing resources and investments on these core businesses supported by TJC,” said Drew LadauCEO of Precisional.

“Precisional’s acquisition of four industrial technology businesses from Trimble provides the foundation for a new platform focused on precise measurement and analytical information to improve productivity in a wide range of applications that rely on precision and reliability,” said Erik Fagan, partner at TJC. “By helping existing management invest in Precisional’s operations and product development to integrate precision measurement with data solutions and enhanced connectivity, we intend to accelerate growth opportunities while pursuing synergistic acquisitions.”

the Protempos Commercial products use the precision of GNSS clocks to provide accurate time, timing, and frequency reference signals for many industries and applications. Communications systems, data centers, financial networks, utilities, factory automation, security, and other infrastructure rely on precise timing for synchronization and operational efficiency.

the Spectra Accuracy Tools designs and manufactures high quality leveling, positioning and alignment instruments used for general, exterior and underground construction. The instruments integrate laser and optical technology for general and specialty contractors serving large and small commercial job sites as well as residential builders and remodelers.

the LOADRITE offers accurate scales for loaders, excavators, conveyor belts, tractors, dumpsters and forklifts that connect to payload reporting and monitoring systems for the waste, quarry and aggregate industry. The products improve user efficiency by weighing products while they are on a vehicle or conveyor belt, eliminating the need for a separate trip to a fixed scale location.

the SECO designs and manufactures a wide variety of accessory products used in conjunction with surveying and construction instruments. The accessory product portfolio includes tripods, telescopic poles, prisms, carrying cases, GPS antenna poles, safety vests and leveling staffs.

About Jordan Company

The Jordan Company, founded in 1982, is a middle-market private equity firm that manages funds with initial capital commitments exceeding $19 billion with a 40-year track record of investing and helping to grow many businesses across a wide range of industries, including diversified industries; Technology, Telecom & Utility; Logistics and Supply Chain and Consumer Goods and Healthcare. The senior investment team has been investing together for over 20 years and is supported by the operations management group, which was established in 1988 to initiate and support operational improvements in portfolio companies. TJC has offices in New York, Chicago and Stamford. For more information visit: www.thejordancompany.com.

About Precisional LLC

Precisional LLC is a global platform focused on precision measurement and software/data solutions to improve efficiency in the most demanding infrastructure end markets. The Precisional family of companies is comprised of industrial hardware, instrumentation and differentiated software/services companies used to improve productivity in applications that rely on precision and reliability in the measurement of time, weight, distance or other critical parameters. For more information visit: www.precisional.com.

Media Contact:
Kristin A. Custar
TJC
+1 212-572-0829

SOURCE The Jordan Company, LP


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