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Content posted in July 2002
CAT integrates the Humvee
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The worlds largest construction equipment company is breaking new ground by transferring electronics technology to the U.S. Armys vehicles
Linear motors propel geonomic "printer"
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Combining linear motors and DSP-based servo control, engineers have created an "automated eye dropper" that
Sensor checks IC pins
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Laser triangulation and software ensure healthy pins populate integrated circuits
Out of a jam
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Overload clutches and sensors reduce downtime, protect operator when machines jam
Powder metal opens electric door
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Cost savings permit a more complex solution
Real-world Bluetooth
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Bluetooth technology has attracted attention worldwide, promising wireless connectivity between a wide range of disparate electronic devices
Fluid Power
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Reconfigurable robot segments shape things to come
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Clever engineering and powerful microcontrollers enable robot to physically transform itself
Tragedy or comedy?
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The results of the latest Design News salary survey are decidely mixed
Materials
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Lab-on-chip inches toward economy
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Advanced stereolithography reproduces its most miniscule features for a new MEMS device




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