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Content posted in August 2009
DSPs for Data, Voice Networks
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New products from TI, Freescale, ADI push performance limits
Optimizing Solar Panel Production
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Siliken Renewable Energy standardizes on NI hardware and software
New Stepper Motors Mimic Servos
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New stepper motors focus on lower costs, improved motion performance
Nucor Refines Steel Recycling Using NI Technologies
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Developing automation systems to reduce electricity use
Rapid Casting Process 'Picture Perfect' for Camera Housing
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Zinc-aluminum casting with graphite molds offers economical alternative to die casting, machining
Multi-Jackbolt Tensioners Solve Bolting Issues on CERN Collider
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Limited space and high clamping force requirements called for a unique bolting solution
Design Engineers Plan Push toward Injection Molding
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Design News' study also shows growing interest in rapid prototyping systems
Polyphenylsulfone Resin Replaces Aluminum in Recyclable Airline Catering Trolley
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AeroCat's virtually all-thermoplastic design is the world's lightest
Outsourcing vs. In-House Engineered Solutions
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Metal coating technologies provide critical edge for dry bulk solids handling leader
An Edge on the Future of Driving
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Beveled retaining ring makes electronic steering more efficient
SCC Allows Recycling of Tungsten Heavy Alloys
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One of the densest metals is downsized into controlled particle sizes
Unique Urethane Dampens Shocks and Noise
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Specialized polymer acts like a solid and liquid, competing against metal springs, rubber, foams and vinyls
Penn State Program Brings Low-Cost Medical Care to Africa
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Simple devices consists of sensor, minimal hardware
Rapid Prototyping Using FARO's Laser ScanArm V3
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Synergeering Group added the Quantum Laser ScanArm to expand and better its services
Stryker Will Build a Metal Molding Plant
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New captive capacity signals trend to MIM for precise medical parts
MoonBots Robotics Competition Announced
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Kids invited to design robots to perform simulated lunar missions
Graphical Software Streamlines Algorithm Design
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New software can aid medical device developers, machine builders and automotive systems designers




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If you see a hitchhiker along the road in Canada this summer, it may not be human. That’s because a robot is thumbing its way across our neighbor to the north as part of a collaborative research project by several Canadian universities.
SpaceX has 3D printed and successfully hot-fired a SuperDraco engine chamber made of Inconel, a high-performance superalloy, using direct metal laser sintering (DMLS). The company's first 3D-printed rocket engine part, a main oxidizer valve body for the Falcon 9 rocket, launched in January and is now qualified on all Falcon 9 flights.
Stanford University researchers have found a way to realize what’s been called the “Holy Grail” of battery-design research -- designing a pure lithium anode for lithium-based batteries. The design has great potential to provide unprecedented efficiency and performance in lithium-based batteries that could substantially drive down the cost of electric vehicles and solve the charging problems associated with smartphones.
UK researchers have come up with a method for machining aerospace-grade, carbon fiber-reinforced composites, along with high-strength aerospace alloys, using an ultrasonically assisted machining device. It also works on high-strength aerospace alloys.
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