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Factory Automation's FORCEFUL Performer
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Multiple body panels? Expensive jigs and fixtures? Computer-controlled weld stations? Not necessary. The Jumbo transfer press stamps a car's entire side from one punched blank.
Hydraulic pumps
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Solenoid valve
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Driven linear system
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Sensor
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PCI development system
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Linear motion system
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Printer makes color affordable
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Senior Editor Julie Anne Schofield picks noteworthy computer peripherals
Bearings
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Analyzer
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Brakes
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Motor
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Fiber-optic products
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Microcontrollers
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Simulation software
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Indicators
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Grippers
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Pumps
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LED indicators
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Lift systems
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Encoders/potentiometers
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Clamps
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Actuator
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Valves
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Semiconductors
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Single-board computer
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Thermoplastic
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Controllers
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