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Content posted in October 1998
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PDM gets PDQ
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Software sales should top $500M this year, thanks to quicker implementations and the growing number of success stories
Rugged design takes test electronics anywhere
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Packaging skills, design software, and materials boost applications in harsh environments
Servo fluid injection streamlines cardiac catherterization
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Programmable motion control and physician-interactive fluid delivery standardize angiographic procedures
Product news
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Rubber know-how nutures plastic peer
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Custom injection molder builds sales around years of rubber expertise
Hot products
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Three ways to break data gridlock
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Technologies such as cable modems, dense wave-division multiplexing, and splitterless ADSL are working to unclog the information superhighway
How to chose between hydraulics and electromechanics
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When selecting power mediums, engineers face a multitude of choices. Often, however, the first step is to choose between two broad categories of technology--hydraulics and electomechanics. Here, engineers from the same parent company describe the application niches for each technology, and offer rules of thumb for the gray areas in between.
Valves
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Product News 10-5-98
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Adhesive
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Chemicals
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Rubber
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Diaphragm pump
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Here come the '99s
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Just ahead of the new millenium, car makers are gearing up with new styling, engines, transmission technologies, body designs, safety features, and electronic goodies that will make next year a pleasure in the vehicle of your choice
Photoelectric sensors
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Coaxial connectors
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Fabrics
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Bearings
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Microscopes
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Adhesives
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Standards
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Editorial 10-5-98
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Valves
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Valve
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Sheet wax
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Solders
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Valves
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Coatings
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SDRC meshes VGX with analysis
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Associate Editor Laurie Peach picks noteworthy CAE Software
Modular enclosures
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Adhesive films
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Crash recorder
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Software
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Flame detectors
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Air conditioners
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Foam tape
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Sensor
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Fastener
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Vacuum pumps
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Software
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Microcontrollers
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