The ISO 26623 spindle interface is an innovative tooling system with maximum precision and particularly widespread in multi-task machines (turn-mill centres). The torque transmission and centring takes place via the polygon-shaped taper with flange surface contact. As a result, a fixed axial positioning and a high degree of torsional rigidity is achieved.
Organize your housekeeping needs with our broom closet cabinets. Double doors permit full access to all shelves. The closet side stores long handled floor care items or tools. Use the shelf side to store paper products, cleaners, brushes, or machine tools and parts. Shelves can be adjusted or removed to accommodate large pails. The shelves are 14 gauge steel and are adjustable on 2 centers. The 6 tall 7 gauge legs are welded to provide mobility in lifting in order to move from one area to…
These cabinets can be found in many different environments throughout the industry. These cabinets are partitioned. One side has a 14 gauge adjustable hanger shelf for overalls and jackets, and an upper area for hat. The other side allows for storage of heavy material and tools. You can rely on the 3 point latching system provided for extra protection. More shelves can be added for versatility. 7 Gauge legs are welded to provide mobility in lifting in order to move from one area to another….
Quick and easy to install, tongue-and-groove slatwall-style panels transform blank garage walls into versatile storage space. Heavy-duty GearWall® is strong enough to hold bicycles and cabinets and can be customized with various accessories such as hooks and baskets. Photo courtesy of Gladiator®
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Very nice appearance: beveled doors, and the clean, semi-gloss white brightens up my kitchen. The cabinet is sturdy, and roomier than I thought it would be. Although I didn’t find it necessary, I liked that the materials are already included in case the purchaser wishes to anchor the cabinet to the wall against which it will stand.
A great addition to your garage or workshop, the 12 – Piece Pro Series Cabinet set is made from 18 gauge steel fully welded frames and 19 gauge double wall doors. The redesigned full length easy grab handles on the fully lockable doors offer a great modern look for any garage. The floor cabinets come with 2 adjustable legs to keep cabinets level, or you may choose to mount the cabinets on the wall.
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1. Side cabinet. This unobtrusive, shallow cabinet makes use of the paneled space at the end of the oven bay that is often purely decorative. No real estate is lost, and the kitchen broom gains a discreet hiding place.
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Get all those cables, decorations and gardening tools off your garage floor and into NewAge Products’ newly redesigned, Performance 2.0 Series modular garage cabinetry. These cabinets are built to last with their fully welded, 24-gauge steel frames and fully lockable, double walled doors. Their configured sets are shipped with adjustable steel shelving; easy-to-grab stainless steel handles and height adjustable leveling legs that accommodate uneven garage flooring. The manufacturer’s…
IBM thinks the future belongs to computers that mimic the human brain and use quantum physics…and they’re betting $3 billion on it.

IBM is unveil­ing a mas­sive $3 bil­lion research and devel­op­ment round on Wednes­day, invest­ing in weird, sci­ence fiction-like technologies–and, in the process, essen­tial­ly stak­ing Big Blue’s long-term sur­vival on big data and cog­ni­tive com­put­ing.

Over the next five years, IBM will invest a sig­nif­i­cant amount of their total rev­enue in tech­nolo­gies like non-silicon com­put­er chips, quan­tum com­put­ing research, and com­put­ers that mimic the human brain.

The $3 bil­lion fund­ing round will go towards a vari­ety of projects designed to cat­a­pult semi­con­duc­tor man­u­fac­tur­ing past what IBM phys­i­cal sci­ences direc­tor Supratik Guha calls the “end of sil­i­con scal­ing” in microchips. Essen­tial­ly, IBM believes there will be a point in the medium-term future where microchips will no longer be made out of sil­i­con because other mate­ri­als will allow for faster and more com­plex com­pu­ta­tion. In a tele­phone con­ver­sa­tion, Guha told Fast Com­pa­ny that his com­pa­ny sees an end to sil­i­con scal­ing with­in the next three to four tech gen­er­a­tions.

The new R&D ini­tia­tives fall into two cat­e­gories: Devel­op­ing nan­otech com­po­nents for sil­i­con chips for big data and cloud sys­tems, and exper­i­men­ta­tion with “post-silicon” microchips. This will include research into quan­tum com­put­ers which don’t know bina­ry code, neu­rosy­nap­tic com­put­ers which mimic the behav­ior of liv­ing brains, car­bon nan­otubes, graphene tools and a vari­ety of other tech­nolo­gies.

IBM’s invest­ment is one of the largest for quan­tum com­put­ing to date; the com­pa­ny is one of the biggest researchers in the field, along with a Cana­di­an com­pa­ny named D-Wave which is part­ner­ing with Google and NASA to devel­op quan­tum com­put­er sys­tems.

The news of the fund­ing round is sur­pris­ing to some IBM-watchers; for the past year or so, rumors flew that IBM was con­sid­er­ing an exit from the microchip busi­ness. Bar­ring an unlike­ly sharp turn by Big Blue in busi­ness strat­e­gy, the fund­ing round is essen­tial­ly a shift of strat­e­gy by IBM. While it looks like­ly that IBM will sell their chip unit–the New York Times cites Glob­al­Foundries as a like­ly buyer–the invest­ment means that IBM sees a new way to make money from chips: Long-term returns from hold­ing valu­able, poten­tial­ly lucra­tive pate …
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With fully-welded 18-gauge steel frames and double-walled door the Pro 3.0 Series 18-Gauge Welded 85.25 H x 156 W x 24 D 8 Piece Storage Cabinet Set is resilient to tough garage conditions. Packed with features, the set makes it easy to organize all of your gear.
Apple’s mobile operating system is once again dominating Google’s operating system when it comes to online shopping.

Adobe, which is tracking online shopping, reports the following: iOS users drove four times as much mobile sales revenue as Android users, 79 and 21 percent respectively.

IBM’s data produced similar findings:

iOS vs. Android: iOS once again led the way in mobile shopping this holiday season, outpacing Android across three key metrics on Black Friday:

Average Order Value: iOS users averaged $121.86 per order compared to $98.07 for Android users, a difference 24.3 percent.•
Online Traffic:
iOS traffic accounted for 34.2 percent of total online traffic, more than double that of Android, which drove 15 percent of all online traffic.•
Online Sales:
iOS sales accounted for 21.9 percent of total online sales, nearly quadruple that of Android, which drove 5.8 percent of all online sales.

This is important for a few reasons.

For years, people have talked about Apple’s tiny market share when it comes to the phone market. Globally, Apple has 12% of the smartphone market, according to Gartner. Android has 82%. In the US, Apple has 42% of the market, and Android has 52%, according to comScore.

Market share is important because typically in tech, it’s winner-take-all. The more people you have using your platform, the better you will do.

In theory, the more people use Android, the more developers and publishers will tailor their websites and their apps to Android. In theory, Apple’s iPhone will be a second class citizen with second class apps. Eventually people will bail on the iPhone if it’s offering a second class experience.

But, in practice, Android’s market share advantage means nothing because iOS is more popular when it comes to usage, as demonstrated by these shopping data points. If you’re making an app or a website, you want it to work best on iOS because that is where the most lucrative customers are. So, in practice, Apple gets the best apps and the best web experience because that’s what makes sense for companies and developers.

You could argue that this isn’t indicative of usage, but merely demonstrates that iOS users have more money to burn. If that’s the case, it’s good for iOS, too. People with money to burn are an attractive cohort of users for developers and companies.
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Organize cleaning supplies with an innovative wall-mounted storage unit. OXO’s expandable wall-mounted organizer holds up to 12 long-handled items, including brooms, mops, duster, and umbrellas. The holders automatically adjust to grip specific poles, and you can remove them or customize spacing. Eight additional hooks add even more storage. Photo courtesy of OXO
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Our household mop is lightweight, easy to use, and compact to store away for future use. It features special rubber grommets which allow the attachment of standard 16”x16” microfiber towels, if you are in a jam.
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Received condition: Overall, all the pieces were in very good condition. Packaging was solid and the cardboard strength was good enough to keep most external protrusions to a minimum. The only damage was a slight dent into the beveled edge of one of the front doors. But it didn’t mar the paint so no touch-up was necessary. Assembly proceeded.
Bring your garage into the 21st century with their newly redesigned, Performance Plus 2.0 Series; they’re first fully mobile, modular garage cabinet series yet! Each cabinet features fully welded, 18 gauge steel frames with fully lockable double-walled doors; that’s 100% stronger than their Performance Series! They’ve included soft-close door hinges, adjustable steel shelving, full extension drawers, integrated top tool trays on your base and tool cabinets and many more premium features….
We have high grade industrial and commercial aluminum mop hardware and kits in four different sizes. 18”, 26”, 36” and 48”. We have two pole options; the lightweight aluminum handle, and the sturdy stainless steel.
We provide fixing, repair and maintenance services to our hundreds of customers in Red Hook area, in any garage door problem or emergency, including trouble in the following: Extension springs , torsion springs, door Angles, cable drums, spring fittings, lift handles, cables, rollers, top bottom and jamb brackets, locks, hinges, bottom seals, cables & rollers, track, garage remote Control Shutters.
There are several mechanisms by which indexable carbide inserts can be mounted to a lathe tool holder. The screwdown locking style tool holder secures the insert with a countersunk screw through the hole of the insert and threaded into the tool holder pocket. Screwdown locking tool holders are primarily for positive style inserts. The clamp locking style tool holder secures an insert using a clamp that squeezes the insert in the pocket. The clamp is fastened to the tool holder with a machine screw. Clamp locking tool holders are primarily for TPG inserts. The multilock style tool holder is a combination of the screwdown style and clamp locking style. The insert is held in the pocket with both a lock pin screw through its cylindrical hole and a clamp squeezing its face. Multilock tool holders are primarily for negative style inserts. The wedge lock clamping style tool holder secures the insert with a specialized clamp that goes through the hole of the insert. The clamp is fastened to the tool holder with a machine screw. The advantage of the wedge lock clamping style is that it only takes a single action to index the insert, whereas the multilock style requires the loosening of both the lock pin and the clamp. This minimizes downtime. Wedge lock clamping tool holders are primarily for negative style inserts.
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this closet came with 3 shelves that fit snugly into the storage cabinet. the cabinet is sturdy but shelves keep it from being a cabinet to store brooms. If it came withOUT shelves, it would have completely met my expectations. I will purchase another cabinet and use it without the shelves.