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Content posted in April 2013
Combating Shock & Vibration Is About More Than Cost
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4/25/2013  9 comments
People don't always consider the benefits of wire rope isolators.
Win a Wireless Mesh Networked Propeller Beanie
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4/10/2013  16 comments
Synapse Wireless is giving away a CapNet propeller beanie. You can't win if you don't enter.
Design Decisions: A Comparison of 3 Different Ball-Bearing Materials
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4/8/2013  3 comments
Every manufacturer offers its own versions of ball bearings with varying features. Which one is right for you?
Design Decisions: Understanding the Value of Integrated System Design
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4/1/2013  2 comments
Learn the benefits of an integrated system design and when it serves as the most cost-effective and time-efficient approach.
Excelling in Shades-of-Grey Real World
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4/1/2013  5 comments
Grey-box modeling combines the physical and empirical to solve problems.




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