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Content posted in September 2007
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Shock Absorber is Small and Sturdy
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9/24/2007  Post a comment
Miniature model targets today's compact, yet powerful, motion systems
Integrated Power Analyzer Cuts Setup Times
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No programming of test modules required
High-Frequency Packaging
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HSMP lends itself to high-volume hermetically sealed devices
Cost Effective Color From Z Corp.
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New 3D Printer offers low price and money-saving powder management features
World's Smallest Linear Motor
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Though tiny, the newest SQUIGGLE motor ups the ante on force and positioning
Human Hearing Photo 3
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Human Hearing Photo 2
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Human Hearing Photo 1
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Schneiderís Coffee Machine: Packaging with a Punch
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Mechatronics design gives Schneiderís coffee-packaging machine more kick than a triple espresso
Automotive Design Competition Challenge X Kicks off Fourth, Final Year
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9/20/2007  Post a comment
Challenge X, a design competition sponsored by the Department of Energy and General Motors, challenges college teams to design and build fuel-efficient vehicles
Integrated Sensor System Improves Tire Pressure Monitoring
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MEMS-based product could make TPMS smaller, less costly
Teknor Apex Showcases Its Thermoplastic Elastomers for Medical Applications
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Teknor Apex recently compiled a datasheet for the medical applications of its thermoplastic elastomers
Trio Teams Up to Push 3D Rendering Software
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Products from NVIDIA, Dassault advance shader and rendering tools on both ends of the spectrum
Lumex Releases KoolBrite Surface-Mount LEDs
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9/17/2007  Post a comment
Appropriate for wave soldering, KoolBrite LEDs can withstand 280C-320C from a 20W soldering iron for 5 sec and 240C-260C from a solder dip for 10 sec
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