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Content posted in June 2005
Common Requirement, Extraordinary Environment
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Exploring deep space requires special capability in dc-dc converters
Unique Ring Motor for DARPA Unmanned Vehicles
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Motor shape suits special needs of ducted-fan and screw propulsions
Automakers' Woes Have Little Impact On Engineers—At Least for Now
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Foreign investment in the U.S., tiering shake-up may offset losses at GM, Ford
Motion Magic for Motion Pictures
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Hydraulics power a multiaxis platform to simulate the high seas
Lead-Free Acronym Listing
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6/21/2005  Post a comment
Here is a list of frequently used terms and acronyms
Hold the Rivets
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6/16/2005  Post a comment
Nut plate assembly eliminates rivets for simplified jet engine assembly
Robot Will Work for Food
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Robots extend reach beyond automotive industry applications
Emphasis On Managing Cost Soars
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Engineers hit the supply chain trenches to identify savings
Hydraulic Pumps Keep Mower Cooler, Quieter
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Operating temperatures drop by as much as 20 degrees
Trash Will NotFly Out
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Bomb-proof trash receptacles contain blast, capture fragments, extinguish fire, and prevent fatality
Blobs of Creativity
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Design software gives young users an early taste of 3D modeling
Pretty Plastics Perform
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DuPont aims to boost the functionality of decorated plastics
2D Drafting Gets Faster
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New AutoCAD release promises 10 hr/week time savings
Robot Serves Drinks During Happy Hour
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Dual robotic arms and controller combination provides bartending functions




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