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Internet Update

October 18, 2001

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Internet Update

Originally Published MPMN October 2001

Internet Update

Site Upgrade Enables On-line Polymer and Chemical Purchasing



Bayer Corp.'s Web site has been expanded to allow extensible mark-up language (XML) transmission for receiving and processing polymer and chemical purchase orders. BayerOne is an on-line, private exchange that users access at www.bayerone.com to manage their accounts with Bayer's polymers and chemicals businesses. The addition of XML capabilities allows the company to integrate its supply-chain systems with customers' order data. It also allows users to access customizable tools on BayerOne such as order history, shipment track and trace, and product safety data.

Educational Welding Web Site Updated



Dedicated to welding processes and techniques, a Web site offers information on optimizing welding in specific applications. Found at www.pro-fusiononline.com, the site has been recently renovated to include streaming videos of parts being welded, on-line software to compute welding parameters, and tips on topics that range from tungsten preparation to gas purity. Users can register at the site to receive welding technology updates.

Servo Product Site Integrates Selection Tool



A new Web application allows users to conduct a preliminary search of servo products to determine the viability of a product solution. The product selector, located at www.kollmorgen.com, simplifies and quickens the initial qualification of servo products to reduce time spent in determining product applicability. The tool also provides immediate access to the most up-to-date database of current products. Used in conjunction with Motioneering, the company's dynamic-analysis sizing software, the product selector enables the user to search a large database of motor and drive products by one or more performance and feature parameters. Motioneering can be used after the product selector search has been concluded to perform a more detailed analysis based on machinery and motion requirements.

Katherine Sweeny

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