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This worldwide provider of networking/communications equipment achieved a 90%+ success rate for validating compliance with European environmental regulations while remaining on schedule for all deliveries and establishing infrastructure to ensure compliance in the other international markets it serves.Learn more about our client’s successes
Many premier electronics brands rely on this global manufacturer -- with its 37,000 employees and 60+ plants across 4 continents -- to ensure that their products meet applicable quality standards and customer expectations. Its employees access standards data from their desktops 6,600 times per year, saving time and boosting efficiency.Learn more about our client’s successes
As a leader in electronic manufacturing services, this U.S.-based company achieved strong ROI by enabling one staffer to do the work of five employees, streamlined work processes across six departments, reduced turnaround on RFP deliverables from as much as two weeks to 72 hours and enabled customers to plan for product end-of-life issues.Learn More About Our Customers Success
This global technology provider helped a customer comply with conflict-mineral regulations related to 548 electronic components from 60 companies in the supply chain -- securing a £1 million contract renewal, avoiding a roadblock to future orders and preventing the loss of 2 months’ work by a key employee.Learn more about our client’s successes
Objective: Record audio (possibly with video, I don't know yet), in an enclosure where there is a vessel operating at up to 100 °C, but the average temperature of air around this vessel might be 35-40 °C maximum. Record only the time shortly before the "event", (popping sound, thud, damped
By 1938, Packard had been out of the truck manufacturing business for 15 years, but a brief collaboration with the General Fire Truck Corporation of Detroit, Michigan, saw Packard supply four 1937-’38 chassis for conversion into fire trucks. Reportedly, just one was built on the Super Eight pl
Hello everybody . I am trying to find a method , best method to contain the heat losses from a solenoid . I am using the solenoid as a electromagnet so as I can create north and south pole . I need to create a magnetic field of 750 T. Number of turns 100. Current is 3 A. Length is 10 cm. Now the coi