DaimlerChrysler is selling 80.1% of its stake in its Chrysler arm to Cerberus
Capital Management LP, a New York private equity firm, for $7.4 billion.
Cerberus also is taking on Chrysler’s $18 billion obligation for health care
and pensions for employees and retirees. Daimler-Benz paid $36 billion for
Chrysler in 1998.
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Dirt is the enemy. Still, no matter how dirty the manufacturing environment, measurements need to be taken and have to be accurate. To address these concerns, calipers have evolved over the years.
Conventional calipers offer only limited protection against the liquids and dirt in a shop environment. “When liquids and dirt penetrate the inner workings of the caliper they cause problems with the gears and rack that control the caliper’s movement,” says Lee Kirtlink, marketing manager at Brown & Sharpe Tesa, A Division of Hexagon Metrology (North Kingston, RI). “Machinists have traditionally taken great care to protect their calipers from this environment by taking their parts away from the process to collect their measurements and carefully cleaning and returning their caliper to their toolbox after each use.”
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