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Content posted in November 2006
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Maximizing Flexibility
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New encoders offer application flexibility and high-resolution solutions
Vehicle USB Connection
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Floating-Point DSP Prices Drop
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Speedy new floating-point Digital Signal Processors starting below $6
Automotive Goes Plug-and-Play
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As the focus of vehicle design changes from mechanical to electronic, automakers are learning to let drivers dock mobile consumer products in the vehicle
New Breed of Chips Broaden Market
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For applications from cameras to MP3 players
Versatility In Assembly for Workstations and More
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Structural aluminum framing is getting even easier to use
Sensor Connection
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Putting Plastic Bearings to the Test
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Tests that mimic real-world conditions are an important key to understanding how polymer bearings will hold up in the field
Servo Motor Connector
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Valve Connector
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Smaller and Simpler
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Fluid power products emphasize miniaturization and simplified operation
The Ups and Downs of Steel
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Volatile materials costs and supply shortages instigate new design strategies
A Sense of Urgency
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Reusable CAD Models Help SunCorp Cut Design Time
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Here's how Alloy Ltd., a product design firm, helped SunCorp bridge a single data set across a multitude of products
Drives Are in Control
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Variable frequency drives advanced control features and standard platforms
Application-Specific Solutions
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Targeted hardware/software offerings provide specific application solutions
Machine Networking Solutions
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New controllers advance networking capabilities for improved machine control
Pneumatic Subsystems
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These more complex products solve unique problems
Geared for Action
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It's all about performance
Motor Size Matters
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The priority is on packing extraperformance into smaller packages
Everything Under Control
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Solutions emphasize complete automation of machines with motion control
Robotic Lifesaver
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Vecna’s humanoid robot can walk, run, lift heavy objects, and climb stairs on its track-powered, jointed legs.
Triple Threat
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Integrated motor-drive-controller solutions combine brains with brawn
Integrated Software Tools
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New automation software provides powerful motion development tools
Moving Forward
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Anti-backlash nuts provide a key ingredient
Valves Shrink
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Applications benefit from newest designs
Air-Powered and Rodless Cylinder Motion
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These cylinders address application-specific motion requirements
The Smaller the Better
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Controllers look to pack new features and capabilities into smaller footprints
Closing the Loop
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Motion control systems require improved feedback sensors
Motors Plus Actuators
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Motors with integral actuators meet a wide range of application needs
Controller/Drives Unite
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Controller and drives in one box saves space and simplifies wiring
PORTABLE VIDEO PLAYER
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Mechanical Glue
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Components that complete the system
Unreinforced Plastics Get Stiffer
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Self-reinforcing polymers from Solvay Advanced Polymers will help unfilled plas-tics replace metals and composites in military, medical, and industrial applica-tions
Take it Easy
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Valves simplify configuring a variety of fluid power systems
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