MITER


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MITERMinnesota Interdisciplinary Training in Education Research (University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
MITERManchester Institute of Telematics and Employment Research (UK)
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Speed excursions were also causing the tool to leave a bend location at a high speed and enter into another miter bend, a short distance away, at a high rate of speed.
So we pulled out all the stops, loading it with tons of features like the dust collection system, the extra-large crosscut capacity and customizable miter detent.
Beshimov, along with MBAs Rob Lemos and Eduard Viladesau, founded MITER under the guidance of faculty advisors Bill Aulet, managing director of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center; Fiona Murray, associate professor of technological innovation, entrepreneurship, and strategic management at MIT Sloan; and Scott Stern, visiting professor of technological innovation, entrepreneurship, and strategic management at MIT Sloan.
From Rock Creek Lake (10,400 feet), which is fed by its headwaters high in the Miter Basin, the fishing is phenomenal along a two-mile stretch of its outlet to the west.
RJA faced one particular challenge as the company prepared to upgrade its MITeR System.
Hitachi Power Tools (NYSE: HIT) today announced its new 12" compound miter saw, the C12LCH featuring an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) digital miter and bevel scale that guarantees precision and accuracy.