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Content posted in January 2000
Diet by design
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Cutting weight from a featherlight mountain bike could have been a rough ride. But the engineers at Cannondale rolled right over this engineering challenge by rethinking the basics of bicycle construction.
Embedded systems making products smarter
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Microcontrollers can cut costs, boost reliability, and save space in consumer products
Safe touch button design
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Product News
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Voice recognition comes to the instrument world
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Engineers can now have that extra pair of hands and eyes
What's on the horizon for engineering software?
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The future of engineering software as seen by the eyes of Unigraphics Solutions Inc and MSC.Software Corp.
e-business directory
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Whatever your application, electronic help is close at hand
Hot products
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Servo trade-offs
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Plastic EMI shields
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Expanding plastics give orthopedic fasteners a better grip
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Two new medical devices, one for the shoulder adn one for the knee, highlight one company
Air cylinder
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Ac motors
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Product News
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Motion control kit
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Six technologies that will banish your bugaboos
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Check out the technologies scheduled to hit the street in 2000




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