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Ball-screw systems
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Resistors
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In Brief 4-20-98
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Silicone products
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Software
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Analysis software
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Ball screws
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Calibrator/thermometer
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Gauges
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Springs
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Workstations
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Pressure transducers
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Conductive gels
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Adhesive
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Expansion card
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Linear actuator
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Bearing support blocks
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Operator interface terminal
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Cylinders
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Keyboards
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Suction cups
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Heaters
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Drive
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Fastener
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Sensors
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Plastic-part design
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Servoamplifiers
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Microcontroller
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Furniture glides
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Air cylinders
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Analysis software
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Pump
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Analysis software
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Switches
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Test time for the Hummer
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Portable PC-based data acquisition systems helped Hummer engineers make the military vehicle civilian-proof.
Machine controllers
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A CAD library goes on line
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Valves
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Gearheads
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Termination kits
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