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Content posted in January 2002
Fastening
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Bendable backlight illuminates more
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Printing replaces sputtering for a highly flexible, electroluminescent element
Hot Products
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A smooth ride under virtually all conditions
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Magnetically responsive fluid is key to a simple, compact semi-active suspension
Product News
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Small parts, big potential
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MicroElectroMechanical Systems, better known as MEMS, expand design possibilities
Fluid Power
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Power Transmission
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An icon returns
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Allowing suppliers electronic access to its database, Ford brings back the Thunderbird-and points the way to a digital-design future
Soft magnetic, ferritic stainless steels for electromechanical devices
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Soft magnetic, ferritic stainless steels must function flawlessly in a wide variety of corrosive environments while retaining the right balance of essential properties such as saturation induction, permeability, coercive force and electrical resistivity
Part libraries on the Web
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Standard parts from 2D and 3D manufacturers can be downloaded in a variety of native or neutral formats from teh web or through complete libraries on CD
This won't hurt a bit
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A new electric drill may not make visits to the dentist completely painless, but the brushless dc motor inside will speed things up
Fluid Power
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Fuel cells set to debut
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Look for them in buses within two years
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Transceivers beef up motion feedback
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In closed-loop motion control, transceivers can be a lower-cost way to weaken EMI/RFI
More power, more mileage
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Higher voltage cars could improve fuel economy-if.
Electronic motor drives to take off
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Higher energy costs make them more attractive
Energy efficiency rules
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