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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in June 1996
Designer's Corner
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6/24/1996  Post a comment
Useful technology for your idea file
Compact platform rides on dual-role isolators
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Diaphragm functions as a vertical platform isolator and spring in series with the pendulum that isolates horizontal oscillation
Elastomer tube extends valve life
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Folds flex rather than stretch to withstand abrasion, corrosion, and scaling
Improved swivel connector handles liquefied gases
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LP-GAS hose-end swivel cuts weight and size by half and increases manufacturability and maintainability
Washington Beat
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Technical news from the capital
Anti-clog water valve prevents flooding
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Plastic insert reduces dirt particles to critical parts of the valve
Maglev positioning system improves stepper's performance
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Magnetic system supplants piezoelectric drives and slashes parts count in fine stage of stepper
Ceramic bearings extend life of dental handpiece
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6/10/1996  Post a comment
Tool lubrication-free turbine stands up to repeated sterilization
Washington Beat
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Technical news from the capital
Technology Bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Exercise machine prevents injuries caused by inertia
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Gas spring delivers constant resistance, while exercise bar mimics behavior of free weight bar




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