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Content posted in December 2001
How to predict fatigue life
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Three methods of calculating total life, crack initiation, and crack growth
Engineers making a difference
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Five engineers find the time to teach kids that engineering is cool
Hot Products
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Seals upgrade connectors
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Re-engineered with seals, connectors can perform under harsh conditions
Product News
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Elastomer gets sticky
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New Santoprene grades adhere to a wide variety of substrates-without an adhesive
The display is the 'face' of your design
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Knowing flat-panel display features can give designers more functionality in their products
Focus on flexibility
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Panavision engineers use CAD to design an award-winning movie camera that
Duckbill redesign enhances cap stability
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A shape change and mass reduction eliminate jar-closure component bounce as line-speed increases
Less friction, more speed
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A new coating helps professional racers get the most out of their cars
Fluid Power
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Multi-axis robot hastens genetic research
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Linear motors and controllers enable fast, precise handling of DNA compounds
Contacts ensure precision, reliability
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Uniform contacts provide consistent operation and long life




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