New Zurich ZR-PRO Professional OBD-II Scan Tool Available at Harbor Freight Tools

In 1976, Chrysler ushered in the computer engine management system era with their Electronic Lean Burn 400 4-bbl. This early computerized spark-advance control system was developed to make the engine more efficient and provide cleaner exhaust emissions. The system consisted of the carburetor, the spark-control computer, eight external sensors, and a gaggle of vacuum hoses. This system was able to meet hydrocarbon, carbon-monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen levels without the use of a catalytic converter for the 1976 model year (MY). However, with each passing year, increasingly tighter emissions laws were passed, and as a result, each manufacturer developed their own onboard diagnostic systems to control and monitor its engines to meet the standards. For the 1996 MY, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) established a standardized control system for all manufacturers called Onboard Diagnostics II (OBD-II). OBD-II required a standard diagnostic link connector (DLC), located under the driver side of dash, with a specific pin out; one pin in the DLC provided power to the scan tool. Additional requirements were standardized diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and a detailed list of ava...

An Engineer’s Guide to Laser Cutting > ENGINEERING.com

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> 1967 had the Summer of Love, Thurgood Marshall’s confirmation to the Supreme Court and—if you’re a hockey fan—it was the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup. There was also no shortage of engineering news in 1967, including the Apollo 1 disaster, the Saturn V rocket’s first launch and the Concorde’s debut. Here’s another event from 1967 that was arguably just as important but didn’t get nearly as much press: Peter Houldcroft, then Deputy Scientific Director at The Welding Institute in Cambridge, UK began his experiments using an oxygen assist gas to cut a 1mm-thick steel sheet with a 300W CO2 laser. This marked the beginning of using lasers for industrial material processing. Now, 50 years later, laser cutting machines account for the largest segment of the metal cutting machine market, which also includes plasma, waterjet and mechanical cutting. In the simplest terms, a CNC laser cutter uses a coherent beam of light to cut material, most often sheet metal, but also wood, diamond, glass, plastics and silicon. Broadly spe...

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Evaluation of Cxbladder and Adjudication of Atypical Cytology and Equivocal Cystoscopy

Sia Daneshmand: Hi everyone. My name is Sia Daneshmand. I’m the Director of Urologic Oncology at USC, University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and from the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. And today we’re going to talk about this article on “Evaluation of Cxbladder, and Adjudication of Atypical Cytology and Equivocal Cystoscopy”. You see there are multiple authors here, all of whom are bladder cancer experts. Dr. Konety from Minnesota, Neal Shore from the Carolina Urologic Research Institute, Karim Kader from UC San Diego, Sima Porten from UCSF, myself, Tony Lough, who’s part of the Cxbladder or Pacific Edge team. And of course Yair Lotan, who’s at the University of Texas and Southwestern Medical Center. I’m used to saying UT Southwestern. So in any case, these are bladder cancer experts. We have experience using the test Cxbladder. And a lot of us struggle with this atypical cytology. And so we had assembled a team together to, along with Pacific Edge, to look at all the atypical cytologies to evaluate the performance of this test in this setting. So let’s just get started. Cytology interpretation. Again, we all strugg...

Sleep-wake cycles drive daily dynamics of synaptic phosphorylation

Analysis of the transcriptome, proteome, and phosphoproteome at synapses in the mouse brain during daily sleep-wake cycles reveals large dynamic changes (see the Perspective by Cirelli and Tononi). Noya et al. found that almost 70% of transcripts showed changes in abundance during daily circadian cycles. Transcripts and proteins associated with synaptic signaling accumulated before the active phase (dusk for these nocturnal animals), whereas messenger RNAs and protein associated with metabolism and translation accumulated before the resting phase. Brüning et al. found that half of the 2000 synaptic phosphoproteins quantified showed changes with daily activity-rest cycles. Sleep deprivation abolished nearly all (98%) of these phosphorylation cycles at synapses. Globally, circadian clock–driven protein phosphorylation is a key mechanism to temporally compartmentalize biological processes across the day in peripheral tissues. In the brain, phosphorylation of several proteins has been reported to correlate with sleep pressure, itself regulated in a circadian fashion. Locally in neurons, phosphorylation plays a critical role in the regulation of synaptic function by allowing rapid mo...

See the Latest Fastening Tools at The ASSEMBLY Show! | 2019-10-16

According to ASSEMBLY magazine’s annual Capital Equipment Spending Survey, half of all U.S. assembly plants will purchase electric or pneumatic fastening tools in 2020. If fastening tools are on your shopping list, then The ASSEMBLY Show is the place to be! Here, you’ll find dozens of suppliers offering cordless nutrunners, pneumatic screwdrivers, screwfeeders, digital torque wrenches and other fastening tools. Here’s just a taste of what’s on the floor. The DTI 5000 automatic inline screwdriver system is available in several different configurations, including standard, rigid, retracting barrel and counterbore tip designs. These machines are custom-designed for vertical applications with the nosepiece jaws fitting the customer’s part. Inline screwdriver assemblies can be designed for a wide range of applications and fastener types, including screws, bolts, nuts, pins or nails. The standard screw feeder system cycles quickly, delivering screws in less than one second in many applications. The rigid units maintain contact between the bit and the fastener to locate the screw in predrilled or misaligned holes. The retracting barrel feature is offered in both rigid and non-rigid des...

VIDEO: Chilliwack musician is embracing the revival of the accordion

Accordion player and teacher Debra Kartz says the squeezebox is a “soothing, peaceful, healing happy instrument.” Go to theprogress.com/entertainment to see a video of Kartz playing her accordion. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress) Accordionist Debra Kartz has seen the instrument become popular again and wants to inspire the next generation “There’s an accordion revolution going on,” says the Chilliwack musician and teacher. “There’s a big buzz amongst us accordionists, we’re all trying to work together and try and get the accordion to be repopularized.” Over the past seven years Kartz has devoted much of her life to playing the accordion. But her love for the nearly 200-year-old instrument didn’t start seven years ago, it began around 1970 back when the squeezebox was much more common. “There was Lawrence Welk… and I remember as a kid watching Myron Floren play the accordion,” she recalls. Kartz began when she was just 10, and she loved it from day one. No one would ever have to tell her to practise the accordion. She just wanted to play. Within the first two years, she placed first in three separate competitions — two in B.C. and one in L.A. It continued for several years, but then ...

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