Factory supplied silver anodized precision CNC machined parts to South Africa Factory
Factory making Staineless Shafts and Gears for Auto Parts for Rotterdam Manufacturers Detail: Product Description Item Name milling Quality Assurance ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification. Machining Equipment Machining Center / CNC Lathes / Grinding Machines / Milling Machines / Lathes /Wire-cuts / Laser Cuts / CNC Shearing Machines / CNC Bending Machines / etc. Materials Aluminum Alloy: 5052 /6061/ 6063 / 2017 /...
Factory supplied silver anodized precision CNC machined parts to South Africa Factory Detail:
Factory making Staineless Shafts and Gears for Auto Parts for Rotterdam Manufacturers Detail:
|Quality Assurance||ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification.|
|Machining Equipment||Machining Center / CNC Lathes / Grinding Machines / Milling Machines / Lathes /Wire-cuts / Laser Cuts / CNC Shearing Machines / CNC Bending Machines / etc.|
5052 /6061/ 6063 / 2017 / 7075 / etc.
3602 / 2604 / H59 / H62 / etc.
Stainless Steel Alloy:
303 / 304 / 316 / 412 / etc.
Carbon Steel / Die Steel / etc.
Other Special Materials:
Lucite / Nylon / Bakelite / etc.
We handle many other type of materials. Please contact us if your required material is not listed above.
|Surface Treatment||Blacking,polishing,anodize,chrome plating,zinc plating,nickel plating,tinting|
|Inspection||Hardness tester,Image measuring instrument,Three-dimensional measuring instrument etc.|
|File Formats||Solid Works,Pro/Engineer, AutoCAD(DXF,DWG), PDF,TIF etc.|
1. Our advantages
(1) We are professional precision metal parts manufacturer for over 12 years in shenzhen of China.
(2) Our factory have got through the ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification.
(3) We have more than 60 sets all kinds of machines like CNC lathe, CNC milling, stamping machine, drilling machine and grinding machines. But in CNC industry, most manufacture factories only have more than a dozen machines.
(4)higher quality and reasonable price because we have rich-experiece production workers and engineers and strong raw material purchasing team.
(5)professional sale service in time for both before-sale and after-sale by Email, Telephone and face to face.
(6)We always take part in some exhibitions about metal parts industry in the US and Europe (usually in Germany) every year.
2. Our shipments
(1)We can accept a variety of shipment ways like: By express, by air, by sea or other ways.
(2)We can directly send goods to the address which is required by customers. We also can accept to send goods to the freighter company which is appointed by customer.
3. Our sales service
(1)Our professional salesmen will patiently answer all inquiries and questions from customer within 12 hours by email, telephone, face to face and chat tool like trademanager or skype or QQ.
(2)if our salesmen can’t answer or solve customer’s some very professional or important questions right now, they will note well what customer mentioned and tell it to our engineers and manager in time and then reply customers ASAP.
(3)We will advise all feasibility of processing scheme to customers considering to save customers purchasing cost.
4. Our products display ( all of our products are customized as customers’ design drawning and other requirements)
(1)classification as machining process. (CNC milling, CNC turning, Grinding, stamping, die casting, forging, drilling, extrusion profiles and surface treatment. )
(2) classification as product raw material (Aluminum Alloy, Stainless Steel, brass, Steel, etc. )
(3) classification as application of product
(4) classification as surface treatment ( Chrom plated, zincplated, nickleplated, anodizing, polishing, hot-DIP galvanized, electrophoresis, oxidation, coating, etc )
Whatever questions you have, pls feel free to contact us by email or telephone (you can get it in our website). Of course, very welcome to visit us if you interest.
Product detail pictures:
We are convinced that with joint initiatives, the business enterprise between us will bring us mutual benefits. We can easily guarantee you merchandise good quality and aggressive price tag for Factory supplied silver anodized precision CNC machined parts to South Africa Factory, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Saudi Arabia , Swaziland , Pakistan , Our next goal is to exceed the expectations of every client by offering outstanding customer service, increased flexibility and greater value. All in all, without our customers we do not exist; without happy and fully satisfied customers, we fail. We have been looking for the wholesale, Drop ship. Please contact us if you are interesting our items. Hope to do business with you all. High quality and fast shipment!
International Journal of Microwave Engineering (JMICRO)
Call for papers
International Journal of Microwave Engineering is a peer-reviewed, open access journal which invites high quality manuscripts that focuses on Engineering and theory associated with microwave / millimeter-wave technology, guided wave structures, electromagnetic theory and implementation. Authors are invited to submit original research works that stimulate the development of latest technology in industry and academia. Good quality review papers and short communications are also acceptable.
Research areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields:
• Passive components (filters, couplers, transitions, etc)
• Microwave and millimetre wave systems
• THz components and technologies
• Microwave device modelling
• RF MEMs and micro-systems
• Radar, SAR and microwave engineering
• Hybrid and monolithic active components (amplifiers, mixers, oscillators, etc)
• Wideband and multiband antennas
• Smart antennas
• Digital beam forming
• Antenna modelling and measurements
• Phased array
• Channel modelling and propagation
• Cognitive and adaptive radio
• Transmitter components
• Receiver components
• MIMO components
• Optical/Fiber techniques
• Wireless and cellular architectures, circuits and components
• Novel waveguides and new phenomenon in waveguides
• Signal generation and modulation circuits
• Methods of maintaining signal integrity
• Optical/Fiber techniques
• 2D/3D printed RF and microwave components
• RF Nantechnology: Carbon, semiconductors and other novel material based nanotechnology, nanodevices, metamaterials and nanoscale RF components
• Ferroelectric, ferrite and acoustic wave components
• Micro-machined transmission lines and waveguides
• Microwave photonics
• RFID technologies: HF/UHF/RF passive and active RFID tags and readers, printed RFID’s
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.
For other details please visit http://airccse.com/jmicro/index.html
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US Army training film TF9-3663
NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qrt3xu8KHsw
part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKKQcJnMEOo
1984 US Army Training Manual M16, M16A1 TM-9-1005-249-10
1991 version TM9-1005-249-23P
In 1954, Eugene Stoner of the newly formed ArmaLite helped develop the 7.62 mm AR-10… The AR-10′s receiver was made of forged and milled aluminium alloy instead of steel. The barrel was mated to the receiver by a separate hardened steel extension to which the bolt locked. This allowed a lightweight aluminum receiver to be used while still maintaining a steel-on-steel lockup. The bolt was operated by high-pressure combustion gases taken from a hole in the middle of the barrel directly through a tube above the barrel to a cylinder created in the bolt carrier with the bolt carrier itself acting as a piston. Traditional rifles located this cylinder and piston close to the gas vent. The stock and grips were made of a glass-reinforced plastic shell over a rigid foam plastic core. The muzzle brake was fabricated from titanium…
In 1957.. General Willard G. Wyman, commander of the U.S. Continental Army Command. He immediately put together a team to develop a .223 caliber (5.56 mm) weapon for testing. Their finalized request called for a select-fire weapon of 6 pounds (2.7 kg) when loaded with 20 rounds of ammunition. The bullet had to penetrate a standard U.S. steel helmet, body armor, or a steel plate of 0.135 inches (3.4 mm) and retain a velocity in excess of the speed of sound at 500 yards (460 m), while equaling or exceeding the “wounding” ability of the .30 Carbine.
Wyman had seen the AR-10 in an earlier demonstration, and impressed by its performance he personally suggested that ArmaLite enter a weapon for testing using a 5.56 mm cartridge designed by Winchester. Their first design, using conventional layout and wooden furniture, proved to be too light. When combined with a conventional stock, recoil was excessive in fully automatic fire. Their second design was simply a scaled-down AR-10, and immediately proved much more controllable. Winchester entered the LMR, a design based loosely on their M1 carbine, and Earle Harvey of Springfield attempted to enter a design, but was overruled by his superiors at Springfield, who refused to divert resources from the T44. In the end, ArmaLite’s AR-15 had no competition. The lighter round allowed the rifle to be scaled down, and was smaller and lighter than the previous AR-10. The AR-15 weighed only around 5.5 pounds (2.5 kg) empty, and 6 pounds (2.7 kg) loaded (with a 20 round magazine)…
Fairchild had spent $1.45 million in development expenses, and wished to divest itself of its small-arms business. Fairchild sold production rights for the AR-15 to Colt Firearms in December 1959, for only $75,000 cash and a 4.5% royalty on subsequent sales. In 1960, ArmaLite was reorganized, and Stoner left the company…
Secretary Robert McNamara… had long been a proponent of weapons program consolidation among the armed services. At the time, the AR-15 was the only rifle that could fulfill a requirement of a “universal” infantry weapon for issue to all services. McNamara ordered the weapon be adopted unmodified, in its current configuration, for immediate issue to all services…
On February 28, 1967, the XM16E1 was standardized as the M16A1. Major revisions to the design followed. The rifle was given a chrome-lined chamber (and later, the entire bore) to eliminate corrosion and stuck cartridges, and the rifle’s recoil mechanism was re-designed to accommodate Army-issued 5.56 mm ammunition. Rifle cleaning tools and powder solvents/lubricants were issued. Intensive training programs in weapons cleaning were instituted, and a comic book style manual was circulated among the troops to demonstrate proper maintenance. The reliability problems of the M16 diminished quickly..
M-16, AR-15, ArmaLite, Colt, US Army, rifle, M-16 rifle, .22, .22 caliber, 5.56mm, weapon, military, automatic,
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