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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
Hot products
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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.
Servo fluid injection streamlines cardiac catherterization
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Programmable motion control and physician-interactive fluid delivery standardize angiographic procedures
Rugged design takes test electronics anywhere
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Packaging skills, design software, and materials boost applications in harsh environments
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
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
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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Transducer
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Load cells
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Motion control system
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Fittings/screens
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Manifold block
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Resin
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Studs
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Cast nylon
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Transmitters
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Arm effector
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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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Power supplies
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Don't wait, check your data as you go
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Associate Editor Laurie Peach picks noteworthy CAE Software
Pipe/diameter caliper
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Level sensor
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Plastic welders
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