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Content posted in June 2000
Standards continue to be important in engineering design
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Computer Productivity Tools
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Test, Measurement & Control
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Fluid Power
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Investment casting yields juicy gains
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Switching from sheet metal fabrications squeezed out 60% savings in component production cost for this juice packaging system
Electrical/Electronics
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Power Transmission & Motion Control
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Hot products
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Noteworthy switch and relay products
And now—an injection-molded heat exchanger
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Sure, plastics are thermal insulators, but additive packages allow them to conduct heat instead. For proof, check out this all-plastic heat exchanger.
How CAD keeps it simple
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The top priority for many CAD users is simplicity. Here is how CAD vendors say they respond.
Motion control without breaking the bank
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It is true -- more and more engineers are achieving servo and servo-like performance today at a lower cost and with greater benefits
Want to maximize productivity? Try integrated product design
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One project, one person...add specialists as needed
Fastening, Joining & Assembly
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Internet reshapes product data management
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Three vendors explain some of the ways the Web changes engineering
Product News
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In brief
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Offset balloons unclog arteries-and more
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Eccentric angioplasty balloons bring control of shaft position to secondary angioplasty procedures
Liquid core laser zaps brain clots
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Without stiff fiber optics, it can squeeze through twisted arteries
Ultrasound catheter looks inside heart
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Transducer improvements, signal processing, and materials sharpen surgeons
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Hot Products
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Maglev pumps sustain the wounded heart
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Engineers aim to reduce strokes among artificial-heart users with magnetic bearings and computer optimization
Module puts new spin on motor control
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Adapter marries brush amplifier to a brushless motor, eliminating machine and control redesign




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