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Radial Measuring Machine (RMM)

The Radial Measuring Machine (RMM) is a numerically controlled (NC) machine for designing and machining rigid and flexible parts using conventional technologies and Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines. The RMM provides several advantages over traditional CNC machines.

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Keymacro is a simple, interactive, dynamic macro recorder for the Visual Basic application.

Autonome Machining Center, a proprietary technology that allows users to produce a tool by machining a blank to shape and dimensions by using their own machine.

Apprenticeship program
Owens Mfg. RMA graduates can participate in the Automotive Technician Apprenticeship program, which provides an industry leading 4-year program. Students graduate from the program with a CNC knowledge and skillsets, an Associate of Applied Science Degree, and entry-level skillsets as qualified to work in most entry-level automotive and light-duty truck service, repair, and installation jobs.


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With an extensive range of residential bridge designs, solution-specific equipment, and impeccable services, TRC provides the full array of services and materials necessary to produce a quality product with lasting value.

Bridges and handrails serve as an important component to the architectural design of any home. Our handrails and bridge designs are available to the homeowner for both structural and aesthetic applications.

Bridge designs with aesthetics in mind – from beautiful outdoor wood or wrought iron bridges, to durable, solid concrete bridge designs that are meant to last – all are available at TRC.Q:

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KEYMACRO is a simple and efficient keystroke recorder and macro creator. You can easily create a “Record Keystrokes” macros for all kinds of activities. For example, you can use it to record all the keystrokes you type in Gmail, or copy all the text from a Web page and paste it into an email, or record all the text of your webpage so that you can easily retrieve it again, or you can use it to record the keystrokes you type in Google search, and store them in a file to open again later.
– It can record a few macros, up to 5 macros at once.
– You can record keystrokes of any type (text, numbers, alphanumeric, etc.), press any keyboard button, press any mouse button, or press any application on your system, or even recording your own custom macros!
– You can choose to let keyboard “ghost” appear or not appear, you can choose to record when your mouse is hovering over the keystrokes or not.
– You can use macros to do almost anything in any program on your system. For example, you can use it to make your Gmail inbox look exactly the same as it looks in GMail for Windows Phone.
– You can record keystrokes using any keyboard you have on your system, and choose which keyboard you want to use.
– You can easily view your recorded macros, edit them, or delete them. You can also create “loop” macros to make it automatically play back.
– You can easily edit the recorded macros by simply viewing them.
– You can easily save a recorded macro to a file, which can be played back later when you want to use it again.
– You can record and edit macros even if you have other applications (e.g. a third-party program) running.
– You can delete all the macros you have recorded (just like deleting the macros on Windows).
– You can save recorded macros to a file and then later import them into other programs.
– You can easily share your recorded macros by email.
– You can easily browse the recorded macros on your system and edit or delete the macros on any program.
– You can create a new macro from scratch.
– You can easily record the keystrokes you type in any program.
– You can play back the recorded macros you have in any program, and even be able to see the keystrokes in a