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Content posted in December 2004
Temperature Sensors Shrink While Accuracy Rises
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SMSC, AVX help keep systems running cool
Simple Molded Circuits
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12/15/2004  Post a comment
New materials and processing technology make it easier to produce molded interconnect devices
Fluid Power
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Offshore Sourcing to Grow
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Cutting waste, pursuing growth are the reasons
Winning Composites
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SPE competition brings out the best in automotive composites, and other engineering thermoplastics, too
Ask The Search Engineer
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12/13/2004  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Revenge of the Mummy
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An exclusive look at the engineering behind the Universal Studios thrilling new ride
DSPs Expand High-Performance Audio
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Audio-specific 400-MHz DSPs target both professional and home applications
Electronics
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New and Notable Product Design
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The newest dual-axis microelectromechanical system (MEMS) accelerometers are enabling new features in consumer products.
It Is Time to Get Fired Up
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All the pieces are in place for FireWire motion control, but the jury is still out on its potential
New and Notable Product Design
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Flash memory is making its way into a host of end products. Here are some current offerings.
Software/Hardware
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Device Promises Simpler Fastening
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12/9/2004  Post a comment
New technology promises to attach hinges and swing handles to sheet metal surfaces without screws or tools
Reviewer Rates A Software Package
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12/7/2004  Post a comment
Latest version of Tecplot passes his test




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