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has cams attached to it

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[2.] de Abreu Duque, P., de Souza, M., Savoy, J., and Valentina, G., "Analysis of the Contact Pressure between Cams and Roller Followers in Assembled Camshafts," SAE BRASIL International Congress and Exhibition, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2011.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, has awarded a global contract to Precision Camshafts, an auto parts and equipment manufacturer.
* GHS steady rests exhibit high accuracy clamping and are ideal for standard grinding applications such as cylinder, camshaft and camlobe.
ELAINE Campbell faced a pounds 500 repair bill when the camshaft failed on her low-mileage car.
The 171kg ultra-light 3.0-litre V6 engine has an alloy block, twin chambers and camshafts and supercharger, and claims to push out a massive 300bhp.
The new facility will start producing crankshafts, camshafts, and other engine parts in mid-2006.
The machine's 800 mm x 500 mm x 200 mm measuring envelope and longstroke probe arm accommodate sizable, heavy workpieces such as crankshafts and camshafts. The long reach of the probe arm also enables the SV800 to measure multiple cross sections and waviness over a wide range.
The machine's large measuring envelope (800 mm x 500 mm x 200 mm) and long-stroke probe arm are designed to accommodate sizeable, heavy workpieces such as crankshafts and camshafts, as well as other powertrain, engine and similar components.
Creative Techniques Inc, an Auburn Hills, MI-based producer of custom returnable packaging and material-handling products, has designed and produced custom shipping/assembly trays for camshafts used by International Truck and Engine Corporation at its Indianapolis engine plant.
They object to the smell from the factory, which makes, among other things, camshafts for the automotive industry.
Because of its flexibility and form-holding capability, the resin impregnated vitrified bond suits the Muscle Wheel for applications such as grinding crankshafts, camshafts, fuel-injector components and needle bearings.
("Induction Hardened Ductile Iron Camshafts," "Evaluation of Structural and High-Temperature Magnesium Alloys," and "Component Testing and Material Properties of Ductile Iron Brake Rotors"); and Alfred Spada, MODERAT CASTING/Engineered Casting Solutoins ("Best-in-Class Casting Components").
Built to perform a wide range of activities--from playing a trumpet to simulating the digestive system of a duck--these automata, powered by intricate systems of gears and camshafts, were miracles of craftsmanship and mechanical skill.
The New Saab 9-5 2.2 TiD is powered by a refined 120 bhp engine with double overhead camshafts, 4 valves per cylinder, direct injection and pilot injection, plus a variable nozzle turbine turbo and intercooler system.
Dana's camshaft plant at Russellville makes steel camshafts for diesel engines ranging in size from 200 to 10,000 horsepower that are used in large trucks, earth-moving equipment, locomotives, marine and power generation stations.