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Content posted in November 1998
Hot company in the cooling business
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As semiconductors speed up and products scale down, generating higher temperatures, Aavid
Field of Dreams
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Forgings support retractable roof-moving system for Seattle Mariners new ballpark
EMI gaskets catch the wave
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Once considered an inelegant solution, this technology helps engineers keep EMI out of mischief
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Ten fluid power lessons you don't learn in school
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Completing engineering school doesn
Machines surf the world wide web
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Web-enabled controllers let machines reside as nodes
Telecom pushes relay design
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Both handheld and central-office applications are taxing electromechanical and solid-state relay packaging and performance
Microdrive technology hits the sweet spot
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New ac drive technology anticipates customer needs for performance and value
They make seals big deals
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Attention to detail and innovative technology propels growth of seal manufacturer
Solid Edge 5.0
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To optimize, analyze
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Finite element analysis in its many forms is a critical design tool. Here are three major projects where it enabled engineers to optimize their designs in several ways while saving money.
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