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Raymond Industrial Equipment
- Designed or suitable for use in industry
- of or relating to or resulting from industry; "industrial output"
- suitable to stand up to hard wear; "industrial carpeting"
- Of, relating to, or characterized by industry
- Having highly developed industries
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- Mental resources
- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
- The necessary items for a particular purpose
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
- Raymond is a name of Germanic origin, from the name Reginmund, composed of the elements ragin ("counsellor") and mund ("protector").
- This is a list of current and former Major League Baseball mascots, sorted alphabetically.
Raymond Products All Purpose Triangular Dolly
Raymond Products All Purpose Triangular Dolly Our All-Purpose Three Wheel Dolly can be used everywhere, from warehouses, offices and showrooms, to schools, hospitals, and even in the home. It's uniquely designed with a center cupped area to help secure furniture legs or casters in place while moving. Heavy gauge steel construction
coated with a tough non-mar, skid resistant vinyl finish will help protect and secure your load. Move almost anything, with or without legs, such as: Grand or spinet type pianos Pinball machines Credenzas and bookcases Gang seating Display cases Bulky crates Lab tables Load capacity: 400 lbs. each. Casters: Three non-mar hard rubber, 2-1/2'' x 1-1/8'' full swivel. Overall dimensions: 8'' x 19-3/4". Shipping weight: 10 lbs. each. UPS. 21.00 L. 10.00 W. 6.00 H.
Bluegrass Railroad Museum
Some of the rolling stock for the Bluegrass Railroad Museum - Versailles KY - July 2011. On the left is an Alco six-axle road switcher, then an ex-Southern RR caboose, then on the right a Fairbanks-Morse four-axle switcher. Both locomotives are ex-US military.
The Alco is interesting because it was designed to be changed for different track widths (field-adj
ustable by rearranging axle spacers) which was deemed important in the post-WWII cold war, as the equipment could be configured to operate on non-standard tracks in foreign countries..
The FM was styled by famous industrial designer Raymond Lowey, and featured a diesel engine design that, while very successful in navy applications, was ultimately its downfall in rail service. The engine features two crankshafts, one at the top of the block and one at the bottom, connected by gears. The pistons for each cylinder operate on common bores and travel toward/away from each other, compressing air against each other. Maybe a little hard to understand from my explanation, I suppose. Anyway, the need to practically disassemble the entire engine to replace a piston/ring/liner assembly drove rail maintenance costs prohibitively high, as compared to conventional designs marketed by Alco, Electro-Motive and others.
Blackmore School Rainbow Colony 1964
Perfect Autumn day with half of the schools roll out playing at noon.
The tractor, IH Farmall A, from the 1940s was identical to the one I used as a school boy on our farm.
The 1954 Pontiac had only 60,000 miles in ten years, a cream puff when I purchased it in September. Like new for $400
IH commissioned industrial designer Raymond Loewy to give the new Farmall general-purpose tractors a sleek new streamlined look. Designed for small-to-medium size American farms, IH's new machines offered a wider variety of capabilities, engines, and equipment options. The smallest of the line, the 'A', utilized the company's Culti-Vision offset engine/front end design, along with a wide front wheel track and dropped axle
Manufacturing and service related businesses are heavily dependent on office and administrative processes, which can add up to 60 percent to all the costs associated with meeting customer demand. Applying lean techniques to the office must begin with a new definition of waste, backed by a set of techniques designed to eliminate waste and streamline nonvalue-adding activities. In Creating the Ultimate Lean Office, the definition of waste in the office goes one step further than the lean manufacturing definition, because any office activity that adds value or is necessary to perpetuate the business is considered waste, if it is still manually performed when it can be cost-effectively automated. The technique employed to eliminate this waste of manually performing required activities is referred to as administration automation. It permits users to design processes to meet the needs of their environments, which are then automated without, in the majority of cases, changing source code. This book, in the hands of a business process improvement team applying due diligence, can create a lean office that can compete vigorously against the best organizations in the world.
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