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Content posted in February 2008
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TI Targets Handhelds with New Processor
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2/29/2008  Post a comment
OMAP35x offers a 4-X increase in processing speed
ANSYS Expands HPC Benchmark Suite
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2/27/2008  Post a comment
Enhanced benchmarks help customers gauge the performance of ANSYS simulation software on the latest HPC platforms
Rado, Vertu Focus on Ceramic Molding
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2/27/2008  Post a comment
From electronics to watches, design engineers are developing complex molded parts for functional and cosmetic reasons
Get in Sync with Mechatronics
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Q&A with Chad Hawkinson, PTC Software
Proud Bird of the Deep
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No Limits to Mechatronics
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Many believe that the term "Mechatronics" is only a fancy way of saying "Electromechanical", according to Kevin Craig, professor of mechanical engineering at Marquette University, they are very wrong.
Sauer-Danfoss’ H1 45/53cc and 78cc Single Pumps
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Pump family expands
Kurt Hydraulics’ Kurt Tuff hose
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For high-pressure applications to 6,500 psi
Sauer-Danfoss’ Proportional Flow Control Cartridge Valves
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Precise control, smooth manipulation
HPC Powering Widespread Simulation Studies
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Mid-sized companies are tapping high-powered HPC platforms to do more sophisticated simulation studies
Simple, Accurate Motor Testing
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High-speed rotary motor testing achieved using hysteresis brake
3D Coupling Downloads
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Website tools and 3D CAD downloads simplify specification process
Micro Motion Systems on the Rise
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Designers in search of tiny motion control systems have more choices than ever
High Performance Transformer Oil Pumps: Worth the Investment
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Cardinal rugged pumps perform in extreme temperatures
Beswick’s Miniature Ball Valves
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Compact, lightweight, non-restricted flow
Materials Systems Proliferate for Orthopedic Implants
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Booming demand for better-performing implantable devices is triggering a rush of new materials and process technology
A Renaissance in Fluid Power
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Research initiatives explore ideas for revitalizing fluid power technology
Early Honing Experience Pays Big Dividend for Hydraulic Valve Leader
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Precision and geometry fine-tune valve performance
Knee Brace Generates Electricity
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2/15/2008  Post a comment
New device based on regenerative braking could be used in medical devices
WRC Glider Uses Thermal Engine to Travel through Water
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2/14/2008  Post a comment
Glider uses difference in depth temperatures to propel
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