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Content posted in November 1995
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
Where engineering meets medicine
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At DePuy, enginers blend technology with the healing arts
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
trueSpace2
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PC advances drive control technology
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Industry insider visualizes the controllers of tomorrow
Prelude DESIGN v2.2
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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
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
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




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