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Content posted in January 2001
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Sensor combinations measure film thickness
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Sensor types depend on application
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Innovative motion control products
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Test, Measurement, and Control
Power supplies: lower volts, more intelligence
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Lower voltage devices allow shrinking packages
Press-coil production yields new antenna
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Compact design achieves high sensitivity, high efficiency
Computer Productivity Tools
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Computer Productivity Tools
New Literature
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Power Transmission & Motion Control
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Power transmission products pick of the issue
Fastening, Joining, & Assembly
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Fastening
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Fluid Power
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Bonding Plastics 101
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Whether you are new to glue or an old hand, a few simple design guidelines can help
Full shopping cart
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Semiconductor switches, single-chip graphics controllers, and a wide assortment of other new components create the avalanche of consumer electronics products available today
New literature
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Fastening, Joining and Assembly Products
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Taming software complexity is critical
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Where our aerospace efforts are heading.
E-servo cuts wiring and programming time
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Master/slave-capable controller reduces host programming complexity and minimizes communication time
CAD migrates to the web
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Online materials purchases could drive engineers toward true design collaboration
Artificial hips & knees go the distance
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A wear-fighting polyethylene helps orthopedic implants last longer.
Tips to simplify manufacturing
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Engineers can save time and money on purchased parts
Power Transmission & Motion Control
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Hot Products
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Innovative sensor products
Fluid Power
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Voice-command CAD lets you speak in 3D
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think3 latest release
Engineers bring dinosaurs back from extinction
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Giant, prehistoric creatures wreak havoc at Universal Studios
3 hot technologies you should watch in 2001
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New developments in web-based design, thermal management, and magnetics are aimed at helping engineers create better designs
Medical Design & Mfg. West 2001
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Products introduced at the show
Test, Measurement, and Control
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Eights aren't so crazy after all
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A rail profile for a modular enclosure results in greater stiffness and stability
Product News
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The latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Magnetics exert a growing power
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Magnetic materials stand to transform the design possiblities for electric motors.
The heat is always on
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Keep things cool with solutions from handy heat sinks to liquid cooling
Electrical/Electronics
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Pumps and valves
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