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Content posted in March 1997
Linear guide borrows ball bearing technology
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Plastic retainer separates guide
Solid rotor triples resolver speed
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Design incorporates primary and secondary windings into the stator
Conductive film lets light shine through
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When an electric field is applied, light passes through; in an unpowered state, light is scattered
Variable wall thickness boostsscroll compressor's performance
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Designed by Shimao Ni, this innovative configuration builds up less heat and is simpler to manufacture than others
'Biased blade' simplifies nuclear reactor repair
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Douglas Attixs detent assembly allows repositioning or removal of individual control rods
Piston-mounted generator enhances engine tests
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Designed by Richard Varo and Steven Archuleta, this generator harnesses the piston
One shock absorber plays two roles
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Four-hole design enables shock absorber to offer self compensation and soft contact simultaneously
Optical data link delivers more for less
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Gigabit Link Module is five times less expensive and ten times more reliable than competitors, thanks to David Sears
Membrane adds heat to angioplasty
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Benefits of Michael Fine and Jeff Wilkinson
Precision motion expands image recorder's capabilities
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Continuous film transport system designed by Michael Ostrelich facilitates fast, large-format, digital-image recording
Hybrid pump design reduces noise and vibration
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Combining swashplate, wobble-plate and wobble-piston technology produces a simpler, more easily balanced pump/compressor
Rugged hydraulic motor clears oil-well tubing
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Rolling-vane, serial-flow design by Gary Harris delivers high power at high efficiency
Portable trauma unit may save more soldiers
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Compact intensive-care transport system, designed by Todd Kneale
Novel materials and purge keep gripper running
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Consideration of the customers real needs allows Ted Zajac to extend this gripper
Sprag design adds new dimension
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Torque and load capability of roller locking devices are dramatically increased by John Vranish
Two wires control brushless servo motor
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Circuitry combines brush motor cable advantages with high speed/torque-to-weight and low temperature/EMI of brushless motors




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