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Content posted in December 1996
The DN 100
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Top 100 OEMs prosper, engineers reap the rewards
How to manage power on the go
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Systems help monitor and control portable-device batteries
Connectors get smarter
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Industry insider visualizes connectors of tomorrow
How to engineer success
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Minnesota company emphasizes teamwork, in a small-town atmosphere
Back to the basics
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Tough problems? Tougher ceramics!
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12/2/1996  Post a comment
Advanced technical ceramics withstand heat, wear, and corrosive environments like few materials. But, surprising to many, they can also be light, tough, highly polishable, and very thermally conductive. Here is a look at four ways engineers have put these oft-misunderstood materials to good use
Encoders conquer new worlds
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Instead of concentrating on traditional markets, this company looks anywhere engineers must control motion




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