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MACHINE. A contrivance which serves to apply or regulate moving power; or it is a tool more or less complicated, which is used to render useful natural instruments, Clef. des Lois Rom. h.t.
     2. The act of congress gives to inventors the right to obtain a patent right for any new and useful improvement on any art, machine, manufacture, &c. Act of congress, July 4, 1836, s. 6. See Pet. C. C. 394; 3 Wash. C. C. 443; 1 Wash. C. C. 108; 1 Wash. C. C. 168; 1 Mason, 447; Paine, 300; 4 Wash. C. C. 538; 1 How. U. S., 202; S. C. 17 Pet. 228; 2 McLean, 176.

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with an anniversary party at its industrial hydraulics facility in Bethlehem, PA.
industrial hydraulics operation, has taken over as president and chief executive officer.
Hydraulics have been losing out to electrical systems in recent years, notes Klingberg, and increasing use of servo pneumatics threatens to further erode industrial hydraulics.
The new facilities at the NFPC--representing a spend of over 300K [pounds sterling] in 2005--has been to further develop the practical work area to assure the effectiveness of the training programmes offered to industry covering mobile and industrial hydraulics.
The recent acquisition of EMB, an industrial hydraulics fitting business, continued to provide a platform for the further development of business outside the North American automotive equipment market
Bosch Rexroth Corporation names Kenneth Traub national accounts manager of the Electric Drives and Controls, Industrial Hydraulics, Linear Motion and Assembly Technologies, and Pneumatic divisions.
Business units include Industrial Hydraulics, Electric Drives and Controls, Linear Motion and Assembly Technologies, Pneumatics, Service Automation and Mobile Hydraulics.
Hexagon, publicly traded on the Stockholm exchange, operates a group of engineering companies with products ranging from metals, automotive-transmission components, mobile-phone antennas, and industrial hydraulics.
What has been missing, according to Gunther Nunweiler, manager of Rexroth Corp's industrial Hydraulics Machine Tool Group, is shop-hardened, accurate, NC-readable position feedback.

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