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Step motors
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Flowmeter
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Adhesives
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Rod and sheet
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Bearings
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Servomotor
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Socket
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Software
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Thermometers
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Brushless servomotorturns electric spindle
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Flux reduction via microprocessor control permits economic operation
Scanner
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Adhesive
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Probe
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Elastomers
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Laser scanner
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Air filters
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Metal parts
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Microcontroller
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RTD
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Speed drives
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Bus board
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Latch
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Inlet filter
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