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Content posted in June 1995
Magnetic-angle adjustment doubles printer-cartridge output
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6/26/1995  Post a comment
Optimized magnetic-pole orientation improves toner distribution, reduces waste
Bearing rolls three designs into one
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Compact unit accommodates misalignment and axial displacement
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Consistent parts protect large disk drives
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Closely controlling temperatures in a multi-cavity mold results in uniform shock-absorbing characteristics
Side-firing tip focuses medical laser
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6/12/1995  Post a comment
Variable-focus endoscopic device threads onto optical fiber
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Buckling structure gives prosthetic foot natural feel
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Injection-molded keel buckles as foot rolls forware, and provides smooth performance inexpensively
Implantable radial pump assists damaged hearts
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Inverted-motor, blood-lubricated, dual-impeller design prevents clotting and cell destruction




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