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AcronymDefinition
PROXProximity
PROXPreferential Oxidation
PROXProximo (Mense) next (Month)
PROXPreferential Oxidizer
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Caption: Exhaust collector 3D printed in titanium on 3D Systems' ProX DMP 320 then PVD coated in titanium nitride.
"By increasing production throughput with the addition of the 3D Systems' ProX 800 SLA systems, Sauber can test more design revisions and push the limits of race car innovation.
Based in Oslo, Norway and founded in 2007 by pioneers in nano helicopter technologies, Prox Dynamics develops, manufactures, and distributes aerial sensors that are small, light, and covert surveillance systems.
Table 1: Types of diseases of long bones managed by K Nail GCT proximal end of Tibia 3 GCT distal end of Femur 1 Fibrous Dysplasia prox. Femur (without fracture) 2 Fibrous Dysplasia, prox.
A breakthrough tool for a multitude of metals applications and project requirements, the ProX 400 is capable of printing in more than a dozen alloys, including stainless steel, aluminum, cobalt chrome, titanium and maraging steel.
Prox, which is integrated into Hard-Line's Muckmaster Radio Remote Control System, detects when a remote operator enters a zone around the piece of machinery being operated.
Actatek time clocks support a variety of proximity and smart card standards including Philips Mifare, HID Prox, HID Prox II, HID iCLASS, Legic and EM.
Anthony Rumlin removes a prox switch from the landing gear assembly of an FA-18 in the hangar bay aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).
Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, today announced the launch of the innovative PROX DUTM smart card reader for physical and logical access control.
* User access with either a prox card or keypad code.