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Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries May Pull Out of Shipbuilding

Kawasaki Heavy Industries shipyard in Kobe, Japan. Photo: Kawasaki Heavy Industries

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Main Connecting Rods


The world’s first LNG-fueled pure car and truck carrier has been delivered in China. The vessel, to be named Auto Eco, is owned by United European Car Carriers, which is equally owned by Janan’s NYK Line and the Swedish shipping company Wallenius Lines. It was built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries at the NACKS shipyard in Nantong, …

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A Tribute To The Majestic Beauty Of Engines

This is a 12-cylinder two-stroke diesel ship engine rated at 100,000 horsepower manufactured at Kawasaki's Kobe Works. Note the two workers on the top portion of the engine to get an idea of how huge the engine is... BIG!!!??? #Engine #TwoStroke #Diesel #Ship #Kawasaki #Mainpac #engineering


Kawasaki Heavy Industries Piston


World's first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom: Kawasaki Heavy Industries has developed the world's first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom. It will be used in the drug discovery and pharmaceutical fields to automate experiments which use dangerous chemicals. (2013)

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ki-61 Hien (Flying Swallow). The Ki-61 was a light fighter built around a Kawasaki Ha-40 V12 engine, which was actually a license-built version of a German Daimler-Benz DB 601A engine. Codenamed "Tony" by the Allies, the Ki-61s were used extensively by Japan from the spring of 1943 until the last days of the war, when many were used as Kamikaze planes.


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