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Content posted in February 1998
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Direct-drive motor simplifies servo applications
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Eliminates gearboxes, pulleys, belts, and other power transmission components
Fuel-pump seal
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Simulation-based design puts the virtual world to work
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A new generation of realistic simulation tools enables engineers to come to grips with design problems prior to physical prototyping.
Rodless cylinder smooths sensor tracking
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Continuous measurements and advanced controls improve corrugated cardboard consistency and enhance convertibility
Rapid Prototyping Roundup
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Competitive pressures are forcing industry to reduce product development cycles and bring out new products more and more frequently. During the last ten years, rapid prototyping has become one of the key technologies to help revolutionize the design process.
Solutions in education-the key to engineering success
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MacNeal-Schwendler contributes $15,000 to the Design News Engineering Awards Program.
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