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Content posted in July 2004
Prothesis Grows With Young Bone-Cancer Patients
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7/29/2004  Post a comment
Planetary gearbox, driven by a small magnet rotor, extends the prosthesis
Controller Automates Toll Booth
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7/27/2004  Post a comment
I/O communicates with lane controllers
Fluid Power
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Video Streaming Boosts Data Acquisition Boards
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Flexibility, low cost, and free software make DAQ boards more accessible
Materials
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Ask the Search Engineer
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7/19/2004  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Cool Screws
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7/19/2004  Post a comment
High-speed applications can dictate actively cooled ball screws
Tiny Transmitter
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On-chip antennas are less than one-tenth of an inch on a computer chip
Software/Hardware
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Steelcase Builds Momentum Through Software Training
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Engineers at this office-furniture manufacturer were concerned about the possible drop in productivity from upgrading to new software
Electronics
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First, Be A Problem Solver
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7/19/2004  Post a comment
Engineers are the best problem solvers, and that skill is more important than shher math aptitude
Vision Cost Goes Beyond Price
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7/19/2004  Post a comment
Vision systems continually offer more bang for the buck, but engineers must take care to control factors that drive up total cost of ownership
Rolling along —at least for most
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7/19/2004  Post a comment
How are you faring compared to other engineers? Where are the openings and big bucks? What is your job outlook? Our exclusive annual salary survey tells all.
Software Aids Injection Molding
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7/15/2004  Post a comment
Users cite benefits and lessons
Product development MEs, EEs bask in sunshine
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7/14/2004  Post a comment
The job outlook for mechanical and electrical engineers with at least 10 years of experience "may actually be improving significantly," according to Ben Liebstein, managing director of the recruiting firm Bennett Allen & Associates.
Connector pushes speed, density levels
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Speeds rise to 10 Gbits per second
Fasteners To See Growth in Demand
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Aerospace will be among fastest-growing sectors
PLCs Are Growing-In Use And In Features
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xpanding applications make for growing market
CAD, PLM helps small companies communicate big dreams
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7/6/2004  Post a comment
Smooth sailing boosted by design and support
By Design News Staff
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7/1/2004  Post a comment




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