Taha, a US-based company, has launched a hydraulic bearing pullers that are designed to help companies increase the rate at which they can produce high-strength parts.
The company, which has a manufacturing plant in China, says the pullers are designed for use in the aerospace industry.
The company says it has been developing its products for several years and is the first to offer them to the aerospace community.
“The manufacturing process is very labor intensive, and it can result in higher cost, which is a problem for most aerospace manufacturers,” the company said in a press release.
“The pullers will help us produce the parts faster and with less waste.
They will also reduce our production costs by approximately 50 percent.”
The company is also offering a new product for the aerospace market.
The Exporter Puller is a small hydraulic bearing that can be attached to the end of a hydraulic pump to increase the pull of the pump.
The Exporter puller, which sells for about $60, can be used to pull parts from the airlock of a spacecraft, a vehicle, or an unmanned drone.
It also can be fitted to hydraulic pumps for airliners and other transport vehicles.
The puller can be installed by welding together a rubber band, which allows it to be attached directly to the pump’s airframe.
The force of the puller’s pull will force the pump to stop, and the impeller will automatically release the hydraulic pump.
The puller is being developed to make parts for Boeing, NASA, and other companies.
Taha’s hydraulic bearing pulls have been in use for a few years in the automotive industry.
A new product, the Exporter Bearing Pullers, were first shown at CES 2015 and at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.