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Content posted in May 2010
Deep-Draw Metal Forming Press Uses Hydraulic Motion Controller
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Delta RMC75 motion controller delivers closed-loop controls for press position and pressure applications.
Fertile Area for Low-Power Devices
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Temperature sensors help couples conceive
Low Power Piezo Motion
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Reduced-voltage piezo motor breakthrough creates options for medical devices
Battery Chargers and Monitors Conserve Power
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Evaluating battery selection options, including space and power requirements, during product design for optimal device performance
Hydro-Mechanical Torque Control
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Pump uses torque to limit power, optimize diesel engine performance
Motor and Control Advancements Save Energy
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From knowledge of rare-earth magnet specifications and MCUs to software and power electronics, engineers must consider an array of options to ensure optimum efficiency of their product and process designs
Adams Golf Hits the Aerodynamic Sweet Spot
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Adams Golf tees up with integrated CAD and CFD to design aerodynamic drivers that go the distance
Honda Demonstrates Personal Transportation Device
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Using tilt sensors and omni-directional traction system, U3-X device can move in any direction




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