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Content posted in May 1995
Thermal imaging goes digital
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Infrared camera delivers 78,080 simultaneous temperature measurements with 2% accuracy
Honda tries an Indy comeback
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Breathing refinements bring its V-8 into the big leagues
Break out of the box
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CAD, CAM, and CAE: Formula One's favored team
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No less critical is the turn-around time for engineering design, modification, and parts fabrication
From Pilgrims' progress to plastics advancements
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New England hosts a plethora of innovative plastics companies
Spyglass Toolkit
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HOT SHOTS!
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Engineers use CAE to improve a rifle
Data acquisition in a snap
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By harnessing the power of a PC, IO Tech strikes gold
Braking breakthroughs
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Clutches and brakes resolve motion-control headaches




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