By Mike Botta March 12, 2012 – IEN’s new feature puts words into action, highlighting new products and services at work. This week’s highlights: --- A video trial program that avoids financial risk --- A powder bell sprayer that saves money --- Brand new industrial channel debuts on YouTube --- A direct-digital-manufacturing service “on demand” Glue Dots International (GDI) has introduced a free video trial program for its SD-900 adhesive applicator. The program allows customers to confirm the value of an automated application process without having to invest in the financial risk associated with implementing an automated system. Program details are available at 888-688-7131.Click here or on image for the video (2:00)… Click here for program information… SAMES has unveiled the Inobell high performance powder bell sprayer for companies looking to improve paint savings. The company says the unit allows the application of powder paint on all types of surfaces with particular effectiveness on flat surfaces.Click here or on image for the video (2:35)… Click here to download product information PDF… WAGO Corporation’s new YouTube channel features 30+ videos, providing additional training and product support. Produced by the company’s application engineers, product and training managers, the step-by-step videos cover a broad spectrum of content. Topics range from basic terminal block marking to advanced CoDeSys programming.Click here or on image for WAGO Channel (1:24 to 25:40)… Click here to download channel information… Stratasys Inc.’s RedEye On Demand direct-digital-manufacturing service features a global distributive manufacturing network of more than 125 additive manufacturing systems around the world that produce rapid prototypes and low-volume production parts from engineering-grade thermoplastics. Users can upload 3D CAD files, receive an instant quote and have their project delivered in days.Click here or on image for RedEye On Demand information (4:27)… Click here to RedEye On Demand information… If you know of or would like to see a particular product or service featured in an upcoming newsletter, please send an email and link to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be selecting a range of new and interesting videos for inclusion throughout the year.
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