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Content posted in November 2007
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Disaster Relief Gallery
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What Goes Round
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Connectivity provides a critical link in motion control
Motion Networks Move Ahead
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Controller options continue to proliferate for motion control networking
Variable Frequency Drives
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New ac drives implement advanced control features and modular designs
Innovative I/O Solutions
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Controls, software and I/O combine to lower application costs
Pneumatic Valves and More
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Completing the system
Liquid Power
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Hydraulics deliver motion with high pressures
Options for Straight Line Motion
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Have the actuation your way
Miniature Motors
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Micro motors bring new capabilities to miniature product designs
Motion Building Blocks
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Board-level solutions, tools provide powerful control algorithms
System Level Solutions
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The role of drives is expanding into integrated control packages
Application Solutions for Specialized Motors
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Motors bring specialized niche capabilities to specific applications
All-in-One Machine Control
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Machine controllers provide integrated platforms for motion, logic and HMIs
Increasing Sophistication with Automation Software
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Automation software offers powerful, integrated solutions
Advances in Servo Motors
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Ongoing development produces continual improvements in servo motors
Sensors Go the Small and Rugged Route
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But these are just two key features for photoelectric sensors
Motor-Actuator Combos
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New products integrate motors with precision mechanical devices
Integrated Motor Solutions
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Motor integration adds value and helps reduce total system costs
Unique Application Requirements for Mechanical Components
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Survival means 'beyond business as usual'
Motion Takes on Airs for Linear Actuators
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Air-powered systems provide user flexibility
The Soft Side of Motion Control
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Software increases in importance in motion control design
Geared Transition
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Getting the right speed/torque operating points and more
Packing the Power
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Compact drives combine features and torque-density in small packages
Instant Wireless Speeds Katrina Recovery
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Hurricane Katrina showed the real speed and mobility of wireless in an emergency. Two years later, communications companies are still learning from the experience
Shrinking Vision Sensors
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Small form factors open new applications
Simulation Software Plays a Role in Katrina Rebuild Effort
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FEA and computer modeling software are helping engineers analyze the effects of Katrina and are lending assistance in the rebuild effort
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