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Content posted in November 1995
Where engineering meets medicine
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At DePuy, enginers blend technology with the healing arts
It's SHOWTIME!
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Entertainment applicatins demonstrate the high-force, hgih speed skill of hydraulics, including a Broadway show, movie and zoo attraction
PC advances drive control technology
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Industry insider visualizes the controllers of tomorrow
trueSpace2
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Vendors build in ease of use
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To mulitply, simplify. That is the challenge for motion control companies as they prepare for a new century
SWITCHES AND RELAYS: Traditional products undergo innovative changes
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Thomas Edison, and inventors before him, relied on switches and relays to control their electrical designs. However, these devices have experienced many dramatic advancements since those early days
Prelude DESIGN v2.2
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Slim Gym
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In a special Design News demonstration project to show the benefits of CAE, Parametric Technology Corp. accepted the challenge to redesign an exercise machine
This drive's got ZIP
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In eleven months, Iomege engineers designed and delivered the industry
CADalysts for easy data transfer
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Vendor initiatives and emerging industry standards offer the promise that CAD dat will move quickly and seamlessly among different applications




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