SmartFeed is a portable, self-contained system designed to measure total daily feed intake from individual large animals. The SmartFeed system includes an RFID reader, weigh scales, and feed bin which continuously logs data to determine the feed intake per visit per animal. The system calculates the feed intake in real-time within each SmartFeed system. They are truly modular. The feed bin is also 100% stainless steel for easy cleaning.
The Bobcat® S770 skid-steer loader is for tough digging, loading, pushing, grading and other assignments. The S770’s vertical lift path gives more reach at full lift height without any decrease in performance.
3D sonic anemometer is ideally suited to the measurement of air turbulence around bridges, buildings, wind turbine sites, building ventilation control systems, meteorological and flux measurement sites.
Tabletop 312R Series electromechanical universal test machines are popular test machines and are configured by an applications engineer. Several different controllers and test software options make it possible to perform a wide range of tensile, compression, shear, flexure, peel, adhesion, friction, tear, cyclic, and flexural bend tests. The 312R Series machine features dual column frames with load ratings up to 25 kn (5500 lbs) and speeds up to 20 ipm (500mm/m).
Stereolithography technology - - liquid resins polymerized by a precision laser - - creates exceptionally detailed models, an efficient way to produce prototypes or limited-run parts up to 145 x 145 x 175mm (5.8 x 5.8 x 7 inches) with layer resolution of 25-100µm. Accepts .STL and .OBJ file formats.
One of two in cluster. The LulzBot TAZ 6 is a reliable, easy-to-use desktop 3D printer, featuring innovative self-leveling and self-cleaning, and a modular tool head design for flexible and multi-material upgrades. With proven 3D printing technology and one of the largest print volumes in its class, the LulzBot TAZ 6 is ready to work.
Cluster of 4 units. 100-micron layer resolution – If you know 3D machines or 3D printing in general, you understand this advancement. The original Replicator was tuned for a 270-micron layer height. 100 microns is nearly three times finer than before, which means the layers are even harder to see and feel. For those keeping score, 100 microns is also a good bit finer than the output on some much more expensive machines.
One of two in cluster. Prusa i3 (i3 stands for third iteration of the design) is the latest design. There are countless variations of the design and it became a staple of 3D printing with tens, if not hundreds, of thousands units world wide. You can build simple one for couple hundred dollars or you can chip in more and get the state of the art 3D printer, it’s all up to you.
It’s open functional design allows for quick maintenance. For example if the DumbExtruder™ (LOL) breaks you can clean it in couple seconds! This makes i3 great workhorse 3D printer for your business.