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Content posted in February 2003
Shield Eases Installation, Boosts Protection
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Metallized plastic provides performance, manufacturing tolerance, and accessibility
Wired by Software
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Electronics improve cars, software improves electronics
Electronics
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Cool Tools for Hot Jobs
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Electronics are hot. And as their uses grow, software is helping engineers solve the problems electronics present
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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.
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New and Notable Product Design
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This collection of compact components can sweeten your miniature applicaitons.
Turning Point
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Hewlett Packards new tablet PC may be loaded with features, but it is the not-so-simple rotating hinge that will turn heads
Wireless Act
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Untethered sensors are enabling applications that previously were impossible, but the technology is still in a state of flux
Materials
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Fluid Power
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Steel Jacket Armors Plastic Fiber Optics
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Metal sheath and multifiber core make for toughness, tight turns
Linear Vs. Rotary
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John Heilig is betting his linear motor will convince you to give up your rotary one
Other People's Breakthroughs
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Licensing becomes one of the new paths to speedy product development
Fluid Power
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Inter-Connect Products
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Geared for rugged applications from industry to mining and the high seas, power and data connectivity takes many forms.
In the Air, Everywhere
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Wireless networks are putting information where people need it. In some environments, though, it faces some tough challenges.
Packing Heat
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A new class of multi-axis, servo-based packaging machines is emerging, though some engineers are balking at the idea
First, You Simulate
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Play "what-if" and optimize your design early in the process.
Company Man
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Insight from Insiders
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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.
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