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Content posted in October 2003
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Weblogs Grow in Popularity
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Although the benefits are there, engineering blogs are still relatively rare
Free training
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Enlightenment
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Love those cubicles
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That is where we all work best
Urethanes soften
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Nothing flat
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Flat screen sales soar
Simulate this
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FEA outpaces CAD
Servopneumatics Offer Twist on Back Injuries
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Engineers use them in studies of spinal-cord trauma
Cabling Matters
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A custom hybrid cable helps keep Ingersoll-Rands new nut runner up and running
Non-Automotive CAN Ramps Up
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Standardization targets interfaces and applications
Want my data?
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Most firms do not encrypt info
Howdy partner
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The Write Stuff
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'Horizontal' Modeling Promises Easier 3D Use
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Delphi Technologies develops new way to use CAD that simplifies design changes and model creations and cuts cost, too
Software Sparks Cool Ideas In Appliances
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CAD and FEA yield ideas, fewer prototypes
Engineers Grapple with Power Demands
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Fuel-on-demand is one target technology to save power
See the results
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Study Cites Growth in Servo Drive Networking
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Even low-end users see cost benefits
Part Needs Shrink Along With Workforce
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TI offers logic devices in smaller reel sizes
Let's talk
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Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Leaks detection
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Chips Help Trim Portable Power
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Battery monitor chip keeps tabs on voltage, current, and temperature; affordable precision for first time in handheld devices
A Beneficial Bulge
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This hydroforming variant gets going when sheet metal shapes get tough to make
USB On the Go Gains Momentum
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Popular PC interface offers more options
A Shocking Metal
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Beryllium copper was the material of choice for a new alternative to slip rings
Packing Features In
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ARM Core offers more for less
Free trial
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Airing Out
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Pencil Plus CAD Equals Better Design
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Traditional design helps a small team develop child car seats
Cooling Off Hot Spots
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A new solid state pump speeds heat transfer
Telematics Starts Rolling
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Carmakers, others bring infotainment to the road
Servo Drives Bottle Labeler
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Ultimate result is higher processing speeds
High-Torque Stepper Motor Fits in Tight Spots
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Higher torque density allows overall product packages to shrink
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