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AX

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Aland Islands. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Alandic bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Aland Islands. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Aland Islands. Because the Aland Islands are part of Finland, they have their own ISO 3166-2 code under the FI entry.
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Integralpicker H series for parts removal/ separation is integrated into machine guarding and comes in three versions with one to three axes.
In an attempt to discover how the polishing was done, Lu obtained four ceremonial burial axes from the tombs of two Neolithic Chinese societies--the Liangzhu culture and the Sanxingcun culture--that once inhabited parts of southern China near what is now Shanghai.
Now, the discovery of ancient hand axes in southern China's Bose basin supports the growing suspicion that hand ax production sometimes crossed what archaeologists call the Movius line.
Standard product lines feature a fully programmable, compact, high-torque three-axis a-c serve-driven design along with pneumatic or serve-driven rotary auxiliary axes depending on the complexity of handling needs.
Akasofu notes, however, that since a planet's rotation is such an important source of energy for its dynamo, the observed large tilts of planetary magnetic fields with respect to their rotation axes pose "a great puzzle.
Several of the New Guinea axes are especially noteworthy, report the scientists in the Dec.
Capabilities available on the Axess include simultaneous motion on all axes, multiple vacuum and pressure circuits to allow degating, selective part placement and other functions.
Models R15 modular cartesian (rectilinear) robot system with 3 to 5 axes and strokes from 4 in.
YN models feature a-c frequency drives in the strip and horizontal axes and pneumatic drive in the vertical stroke.