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Brushless servomotors
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Blown film
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Interlocking system
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Linear module
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Chains
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Stepper motor
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Knife assemblies
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Lens
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Encapsulant
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Bearing
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Relay
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Cutting systems
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PLL
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Miniature fittings
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Thermometers
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Sensor
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Bearings
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Breaktime 7-20-98
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Powerline filters
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The Ultimate Razor
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Software Lab 7-20-98
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Design in the Land of the Rising Sun
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In the U.S., engineers emphasize systems and use sophisticated software. In Japan, engineers concentrate on process and emphasize manufacturability. The two can learn a lot from each other
Processor
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Encoder
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Module
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Hot Products 7-20-98
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Pumps
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Bearing components
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Air filters
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Coupling lines
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Composites
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Editorial 7-20-98
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IGBTs
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Drives
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Product News 7-20-98
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Welding equipment
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Synthetic lubricants
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Injection molding
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Shock absorbers
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Fuses
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Resins
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Valves
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Block connectors
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Bus cables
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