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Low Profile Pushbutton Switches
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For applications requiring protection from dust, sand, water
New Enclosure System
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For many different electronic applications
LED Indicators
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Offered in a vibrant selection of colors
Actuator Type GL-N
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Offers dramatic improvements
FLUENT for CATIA V5
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Provides rapid flow modeling for V5 PLM users
High Speed Toolpaths
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Seven new toolpaths tailored to high speed machining and hardmilling
New Options to Right-Angle Gearmotor
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Offers many mounting and shaft options
Luring Attendees in to Booths isa Challenge At a Large Show Like National Manufacturing Week.
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Fast vehicles are always a draw, so Sprint and the Lawson family of businesses rolled in a NASCAR racer and the giant Bigfoot 4X4 truck, giving visitors a chance to meet the drivers.
New Mastercam X Wire
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Brings efficiency and speed to wire EDM programming
Materials Solution
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For FDA compliant bearing
Be a Bingo winner
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NMW's Upbeat opening
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Easy to use sensors
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LabView Embedded Development Module
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National Instruments
Materials/Fastening, Joining, and Assembly
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Readers' Choice Awards
Inventor 10
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Autodesk Inc.
Spectrum Z 510
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Z Corp.
Prism visualization system
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Silicon Graphics Inc.
X20 System
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B&R Industrial Automation
Electronic Stethoscope Reference Design
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AMI Semiconductor
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA
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Ann Arbor Sensor Systems AXT100 Camera
iSensor Intelligent Sensor/ADIS16201
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Analog Devices Inc
Plugging joint
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OneSpace 2006
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COCreate Software Inc.
SignalExpress 1.1
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National Instruments
Motorized pulleys
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Going Rodless
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Rodless cylinders have always specialized in shrinking designs, and they still do
Stainless Steel Servo Motor
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Baldor Electric
HANDHELD X-RAY MACHINE
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Innov-X Systems Portable XRF
Pocket DriveExplorer Software
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Rockwell Automation
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