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Content posted in April 2011
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Seagulls and Systems Design Innovation
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4/29/2011  Post a comment
Festo has developed what it calls the SmartBird - an extremely agile, robotic bird.
11 Tips for Electric Diaphragm Pump Selection
Blog 
4/29/2011  1 comment
Beyond the basics such as flow rate, temperature, voltage and media compatibility, there are a host of other critical issues necessary to determine the best pump for your system design.
So You Want to Build an H-Bot?
Mechatronics Zone 
4/29/2011  Post a comment
The H-Bot is conceptually simple; it's the design of the controls that make it amazing.
Another wooden bike
Gadget Freak 
4/29/2011  Post a comment
Premium Metal Supplies Are Tightening
Engineering Materials 
4/27/2011  Post a comment
Alexander's fish
Gadget Freak 
4/27/2011  Post a comment
POV ray
Gadget Freak 
4/25/2011  Post a comment
Monkeys Destroyed My Brakes
Made by Monkeys 
4/20/2011  Post a comment
POV projects
Gadget Freak 
4/20/2011  Post a comment
The Case of the Missing Signals
Sherlock Ohms 
4/19/2011  Post a comment
10 Tips for Specifying Electric Rod-Style Actuators
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4/13/2011  Post a comment
These electric actuator application analysis tips help deliver higher automation system reliability, better performance, lower energy expenditures and less maintenance.
Coding Tool Goes with the Flow
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4/12/2011  Post a comment
Anyone interested in programming microcontrollers without becoming a code expert needs this kit.
Designing Manufacturing's Next Step
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4/12/2011  Post a comment
There's been no shortage of discussion over the past year or so about how well Germany's industrial sector weathered and emerged so well-positioned from the most recent recession.
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