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Content posted in December 2002
Injection molded gloves keep shocks at bay
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Linemens gloves may represent one of the most difficult elastomer molding jobs ever
Power Transmission
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Fluid Power
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Getting the signal
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Hint: Do not leave antenna selection until the last step of a wireless design
Electrical/Electronics
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Solenoid valve rated for ten million cycles
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Diaphragm combines chemical inertness, high-cycle life, enabling its use in human genome research
Computers
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Defeat delays
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A simple analysis tool helps handle time delays in motion control systems
Fluid Power
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Metals take a turn in new drills
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There's no shortage of new products that scrap metals in favor of plastics. DeWalt's latest line of cordless drills went the other way.
Hurdles prompt design innovations
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Small footprint, lengthy specs, and short design time mark development of XYZ? Positioner
Medical Breakthroughs
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Engineers are developing new technology to restore sight, dexterity, and mobility.




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