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2013-10-05 23:01:53

The report “Insulated Wire & Cable to 2017” says Demand for insulated wire and cable is projected to increase 5.8 percent per year through 2017 & Building wire and cable accounted

2013-09-25 23:03:54

In an effort to help customers save more money, SF Cable has announced a new no-cost shipping option for any orders that are over $45. Hayward, CA (PRWEB) September

2013-09-17 23:20:13

As harsher weather approaches, Primus Cable announces coaxial cables that withstand less than desirable conditions. Wildomar, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

2013-09-03 23:03:32

igus® introduces the all new E4-1 Energy Chain; for long service life, high stability, ease of installation and modularity. East providence, Rhode Island

2013-08-31 23:20:46

SF Cable, the frontrunner in premium computer cables and accessories at wholesale prices retail, has introduced an improved line of Power Bank Mobile chargers to their product lineup.

2013-08-07 23:03:44

igus® Inc., a worldwide leader in cable carriers, continuous-flex cables, plastic bushings, self-aligning bearings and linear guides, will be exhibiting at the 23rd World Mining Congress,

2013-07-24 23:20:42

In addition to their production services, Electri-Cord now offers proto-type servicing which ensures quality components, short lead times and that it will be easier to manufacture the cords and

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2010-11-15 16:08:22

A bathysphere, designed John H. J. Butler in 1928, is an un-powered deep-sea submersible that is lowered into the ocean on a cable. Watson Stillman Hydraulic Machinery Company handled the casting of the steel sphere. The first version was too heavy but they created a lighter design consisting of a hollow sphere of 1-inch-thick cast steel. The vessel had quartz windows, the strongest transparent material of the time, and a 400-pound hatch that was bolted down before descent. Oxygen came from...

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