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Content posted in April 1995
Washington Beat
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4/24/1995  Post a comment
Powered Grab Bar Offers Alternative to Chairlifts
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4/24/1995  1 comment
Bar travels along stairway-mounted guide rail to assist people with limited mobility
Smart Photoelectric Control Senses Lighting Problems
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4/24/1995  Post a comment
Energy-saving device stops street lamp cycling
Air Bearings Enable Micro-inch-Accuracy Stage
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4/24/1995  Post a comment
By husbanding the error budget, this innovative stage allows ultra-high-precision X-ray aperture measurement
Laser Optics Align Turbine Housing
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4/10/1995  Post a comment
New system adapts shaft alignment principles to centerline measurement
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AGV Navigates By Laser
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Inductive guidance gives way to IR scanning
Window Film Stops More Than Radiation
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4/10/1995  1 comment
Security film keeps windows intact in the face of hurricanes, quakes, and vandals
Molded Valves Pressurize Pulsating Mattress
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4/10/1995  Post a comment
Design handles high-flow, low-pressure air in a system that prevents and treats bed sores




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