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Content posted in November 2007
Alibre Upgrades Core CAD Features
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
Version 10.0 serves up a range of price/performance enhancements for mainstream customers
Fatigue Could Loom Large in Bridge Collapses
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
Fatigue could be a cause in structural failures like the one in Minnesota. The challenge lies in recognizing it
Configuring a Motion Control System
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
A variety of mechanical products complement the motor and drive
Taking Advantage of Fluid Power
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
Traditional and entirely new products make their mark
High Definition Video Chip Sells for under $10
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On-board peripherals, codecs and IP cut costs for developers
Siemens PLM Software Unifies PLM Suite with TeamCenter Upgrade
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
Teamcenter 2007 leverages SOA and a common code base and database structure to deliver a fully integrated system
Measurement Dynamics
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Changes in the measurement environment impact sensor design
Powerful, More Affordable Digital Drives
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
Digital drives offer distributed control at prices that expand application base
Motors Continue to Evolve
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
Improving the state-of-the-art is created by refinements in many areas
Powerful Control Options
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Potent platforms for distributed control and Ethernet networking lead the way to new integrated solutions




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