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Content posted in November 1999
All-in-one hydraulics
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By incorporating the pump, valves and reservoir, a new hydraulic cylinder serves as its own self-contained hydraulic system
Enclosure design goes online
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Engineers are using the web to select products, download CAD drawings, configure their designs and more
Penny wise, pound foolish
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Using poor quality parts and components may be the most expensive mistake a design engineer can make.
Trends affecting your next choice of fasteners
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Consider fasteners early when considering global environmental regs, assembly productivity and use of lighter materials
Hot products
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Options in design with metals
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Design-for-manufacturing analyses can point the way to design efficiencies
Product News
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Hot Products
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Product News
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Robots get a grip
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Closed-loop control of common motors and drives delivers throughput and accuracy increases
Hungry for robots
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The automotive industry is the sector where robots have experienced their greatest application and success
Near-zero-friction pump aids breathing
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Seal-less piston shaft slides on segmented bearings
Beyond animation
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Computerized human models are marching directly into CAD drawings to shorten the design cycle and lower development costs of next year
Telecom devices get smarter
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Systems on a chip help engineers boost productivity and shorten time to market
Solid state relays make inroads
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They are becoming alternatives to EMRS where size, reliability and fail-safe operation are key




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