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Composite Bonding Takes to the Streets
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Well-designed composite components can shave weight from cars without giving up an ounce of structural performance. And they can cost less too. But there are some downsides you need to consider.
Linear-Motor Makers Await Semiconductor Upturn
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Analysts who track the market for direct drive linear motors say the economic doldrums of the past two years have pushed back the timetable for implementation of the new technology. But they expect the picture to change-as soon as the semiconductor industry bounces back and looks to upgrade fabs.
A Top 10 list for powder injection molding
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Joseph Ogando
Composite Bonding Takes to the Streets
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Well-designed composite components can shave weight from cars without giving up an ounce of structural performance. And they can cost less too. But there are some downsides you need to consider.
Eye in the Sky
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Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Sensor Offers Easy Integration, Long-Range Detection
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Electrostatic transducer keys ultrasonic device performance
Pay Now, or Pay Big Later
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Manage your software use or face big fines
Products
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Finalists in the annual part-design competition held by the Society of Plastics Engineers
Design for Test
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Common hardware simplifies test systems.
The Right Stuff, Simulator Style
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By combining conventional flight simulation with a high g-force centrifuge, Environmental Tectonics corp. could change the future of tactical flight training
Cast Your Ballot for the Best Product of the Year
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Vote today for the best product of the year
Fluid Power
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Keep the Metal Rolling
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Punch them and shear them - software-based controls deliver flexibility to flying shear application.




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