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Tool-holding systems
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Load relays handle the heat
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Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy developments in switches and relays
Rubber materials
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Step motors
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Stages
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Cable wrap
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Valves
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Motor controller
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Hot Products 6-22-98
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Design for the Global Marketplace
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With companies in all industries scrambling to sell their products internationally, the engineers who do the designing are facing the challenge of satisfying foreign standards and tastes. Engineers from ten leading companies share their insights on what it takes to compete internationally in a special roundtable discussion sponsored by Design News and the Square D Company.
Alloys
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Regulator
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Ergonomics
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Breaktime 6-22-98
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Electronic components
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Controller
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Float gauges light liquids
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Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy developments in switches and relays
Linear motion system
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Digital drives
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Endocouplers
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Pneumatic brakes
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Embedded systems
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VALVE
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Switch chipsets offer modularity
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Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy developments in switches and relays
Pressure transmitters
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Drive
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Nylon stock shapes
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Blow molding
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Locking mechanism
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Connectors
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Conveyor
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Polymer
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Controller board
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Aluminum extrusions
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Software
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Sensors
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Blowers
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Ductile iron castings
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