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Content posted in December 1995
DN 100
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Connections to the world
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Tucked into the hills of central Pennsylvania are standard-setting connector companies that paln an increasing role in design
Motion control with character
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nuLogics bus based controllers feature speed, power, and the software that makes using them easy
An ARMY Of Energy Misers
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Any product that uses less energy has the potential to become a big winner in the marketplace
Pro/JR. 1.1
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A niche product no more
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Because cycloidal speed reducers operatin in compression, they can offer 500% momentary shock load capacity
Electrical/Electronic
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Animator Studio
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Fluid Power
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Super Bearings
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Hybrid ceramic ball bearings take on engineering




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