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Content posted in September 1995
Internal reflector improves solar cells
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9/25/1995  Post a comment
Layer behind silicon decreases light and electron loss, and increases conversion efficiency
Screw pump regulates pressure precisely
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Hydraulic actuator combines stepping motor, closed loop control
Ball bearings enhance rodless cylinder's performance
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9/25/1995  1 comment
Bending moment capacity tripled by adding recirculating bearing
Step-motor drive reduces resonance problems
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Electronic viscosity and active damping cut response time, and increase throughput, usuable torque
Blind bolt achieves non-blind strength
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9/25/1995  1 comment
Design is the first blind bolt to meet ASTM A-325 spec., and eliminates nut plates and welds in steel structures
Washington Beat
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