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Content posted in February 2002
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Planetary gear reducer corrects small misalignments
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Mated splines float sun gear, protect against internal slippage
How PLM helps
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It gives engineers access to more information
Systems integrators deliver design help
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For help with controls upgrades to turnkey designs, busy engineers outsource design tasks
Meet your newest design aid: PLM
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Product life-cycle management promises to speed up design through better collaboration and access to data
K to college: playing to learn
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LEGO ROBOLAB developers add camera support, USB connectivity
Product News
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Fluid Power
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Processors pack in performance
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Higher processing density brings intelligence to wide-ranging applications
Clocks deliver Olympic gold
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Medals are won by milliseconds-but few times are that accurate
How to analyze positioning systems
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Integrated motion analysis tool uses simple spreadsheet software to link discrete component parameters with overall system performance
Power Transmission
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