An Interactive Overview of Our Aerospace and Defense Solutions

February 5th, 2016   admin  

As part of recent update to our website we have incorporate a way to quickly illustrate the multitude of the services we provide to the aerospace and defense industry. Our goal was to provide a user-focused, interactive experience. With this mindset, we recently launched our new interactive aerospace and defense graphic. With it, you can […]

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Does Your Pressure Impulse System Measure Up?

January 18th, 2016   admin  

One of the greatest growth areas for Wineman Technology are our lines of pressure impulse and pressure pulsation test systems. During the quoting process, our customers usually ask several questions to see how our engineered system’s capacities compare with several of our competitors “off the shelf” product lines. The main and perhaps the most important […]

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Impulse Testing Vs. Pressure Pulsation Testing

December 7th, 2015   admin  

Each month we receive multiple requests for “pressure cycling test stands”. The first question we ask of our customers is: “Are you looking for an impulse test stand or a pressure pulsation test stand”? This question is generally followed by a long pause and their response: “What’s the difference”? This then leads us to the […]

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The UI Thread, Root Loop, and LabVIEW: What You Need to Know

November 9th, 2015   admin  

You may have never heard of the UI thread or the root loop, but as a revision to the old adage goes, what you don’t know can hurt you. LabVIEW is a naturally multithreaded application and it dynamically allocates these threads. There are five execution systems in LabVIEW, and each execution system allocates four threads […]

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Wineman Technology will be attending MSU’s College of Engineering Pre-Gallery Co-op/Intern Day

September 28th, 2015   admin  

On Tuesday September 29th, Wineman Technology (WTI) will be participating in the College of Engineering Pre-Gallery Co-op/Intern Day at Michigan State University (MSU).   The purpose of this event is to offer students the chance to explore companies offering internships and co-op opportunities as well as provide employers with an opportunity to review talent and arrange interviews. […]

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Wineman Technology Expands Saginaw Location

September 23rd, 2015   admin  

Wineman Technology Inc. (WTI) has experienced significant growth in the past couple of years and our Saginaw office location has been stretched to capacity, especially during peak production times.  To address this issue and to provide room for future expansion, we are pleased to announce that we have purchased the building adjacent to our Saginaw […]

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WTI & the Wineman Family Award Scholarships to Students at MSU & SVSU

September 3rd, 2015   admin  

Wineman Technology and the Wineman family would like to extend their congratulations to the recipients of this year’s college scholarships. The Wineman scholarships are awarded to students who exemplify outstanding scholastic achievement and hard work while earning a degree in engineering.   Shane Oberloier was the 2015 recipient of the Wineman Technology, Inc. Endowed Scholarship at Saginaw […]

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Visit Wineman Technology at NIWeek 2015

August 3rd, 2015   admin  

        Visit Wineman Technology at NIWeek 2015 in Austin, TX August 3-6, 2015 In booth #226, Wineman Technology, a National Instruments (NI) Alliance Partner, will be displaying its latest products and expertise in test cell applications and test systems. Technology on display includes INERTIA Enterprise Edition and a helicopter blade test system […]

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Validating Aircraft Hydraulics with a Full-Scale Test Cell

July 14th, 2015   admin  

If you’re designing hydraulic systems, especially in the commercial and military aircraft industries, you’re under a lot of pressure to keep pace with innovation and new technology, get to market faster, and optimize both cost and man-hour resources. There’s little room for error, and components need to work both individually as well as seamlessly with […]

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Ensuring System Success: Tips for Writing Your Best Mechanical Requirements Specifications

June 8th, 2015   admin  

If your product is often used as a component in a larger custom mechanical system, you may or may not have spent much time considering how your solution fits within the larger picture. In order to increase the likelihood of system success for your end user – and a greater perceived ease-of-use and satisfaction with […]

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