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Content posted in July 1999
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Control systems open up
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Constant demand for more power, higher axis counts, and smaller footprints has challenged PB-Bus Motion-Card suppliers to improve performance, reduce cost, and simplify integration. Here
Lincoln/Jaguar marriage bears first fruit
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International design teams give birth to high-spirited offspring, each with distinctive traits
A big bang in enclosure design
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Move toward global standardization gives engineers more options in designing enclosures for use in hazardous areas
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Showtime for simulation software
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Cirque du Soleil engineers supplment physical models with computerized ones to solve mechanical problems
Gel chills out heat problem
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Alone atop a pole, seated telecom base station electronics must function under blazing sun and high humidity
Fast track to management
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Design engineers at manufacturing companies that outsource shift focus form components to systems
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Another day, another job -- website exclusive
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Working as an engineering consultant means having discipline and confidence. Consultants from big companies gather to discuss what it
Product News
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Engineering salaries escalate
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If you are a design engineer not making more money than last year, then you are in the minority
Pathway to technical information
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The role of design engineers at supplier companies expands as manufacturers ask for help in speeding products to market
Tools of the trade
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Design engineers need to keep pace with the future. Here




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