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Monthly Archives: April 2015

  1. A Long Length Challenge in the Industrial Fabric Industry—Solved!

    A Long Length Challenge in the Industrial Fabric Industry—Solved!
    As manufacturers come up with new industrial applications, they increasingly rely on linear motion systems because of their reliability, high speed, accurate positioning, long life and low maintenance.
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  2. Rewarding the Ethic and Ingenuity of Local Eagle Scouts

    Rewarding the Ethic and Ingenuity of Local Eagle Scouts
    In 1912, a 17-year-old Long Island native became the Boy Scout of America's first Eagle Scout. Arthur Rose Eldred went on to study agriculture at Cornell University, enlist in the U.S. Navy during WWI and lead a distinguished career as an executive in the railroad industry.
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