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Content posted in February 1996
Sun rises to the challenge
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New 64-bit Ultra workstations have moved Sun back into the desktop-technology race. Along the way, engineers grappled with problems of high power and heat, fledgling technologies that needed to be ready for mass production, and intense time pressure.
Elastomers expand design options
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Tailoring fine tunes materials to fit most product specifications
In motion control, small is beautiful
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Take the right bus
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Hot Products
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SAE International Congress & Exposition
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February 26-29, Cobo Center, Detroit
Threaded fasteners to the rescue!
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Mechanical fasteners manage challenging materials, zero gravity, and severe vibration
PC LAN connection gamble pays off
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Striking out on their own, Xircom engineers make it big in networking portables




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