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Content posted in July 2009
Gadget Freak Case 145: A Barometer That Measures Your Height
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7/31/2009  2 comments
Mark likes to know how much pressure he is under
In-Die De-gating for Cast Magnesium is a First
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7/30/2009  Post a comment
Supplier wanted the light weight of magnesium and the tooling efficiency of plastic or zinc
Tiny LED Package Will See Use in Hybrid Vehicles
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7/28/2009  Post a comment
Optek technology's new LED power source is half the size of other half-Watt packages and needs no heat sinking
Applimotion Extends its Line of Slotless, Frameless Motors
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7/22/2009  Post a comment
They're targeted at applications that require smooth scanning at low speeds
ChevronPhillips doubles PPS capacity in Texas
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New capacity in engineering compounds is good news for design engineers
Inductive Micro Encoders
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7/15/2009  Post a comment
Miniaturized inductive encoder technology offers a diameter of only six millimeters
Gadget Freak Case 144: Robotic Hand Teaches Sign Language and 'Rocks on'
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7/13/2009  Post a comment
The Sign Language Emulating Robotic Assistant teaches the deaf to speak and rock
Oracle Builds up Analytics in Agile 9.3
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PLM upgrade adds out-of-the-box dashboards for monitoring product, supplier risks
IBM Bans Wafer-Etching Acids
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New corporate responsibility report adds to list of materials that are voluntarily prohibited




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