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Content posted in December 2007
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Getting Started in Medical Design
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Veteran medical designer Ted Kucklick of Cannuflow gives his views on the essential steps in developing products for one of the OEM's fastest-growing - and toughest - markets
3M Shelves Six Sigma in R&D
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3M is largely abandoning Six Sigma in research and development
Moving Compliance Upstream
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Rather than dealing with compliance directives after the fact, smart companies are retooling to make compliance a consideration at the onset of design
Engineers Pitch Medical Marvels with Motion Systems
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From the world's most sophisticated prosthetic to a robotic 'inch worm' for heart surgery, engineers are harnessing motion systems for medical innovation
Distributed Intelligence is Key
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Industrial Ethernet is becoming more prevalent in business
Meet Your Robot 'Pharmassistant'
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Innovation Assoc. has designed a highly synchronized motion system that can fill up to 5,000 prescriptions per day
Motion Is Moving to Ethernet
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Thanks to expanding real-time capabilities, industrial Ethernet technologies can increasingly take on motion control applications
i-SOBOTMoves Using Servo Motors, Gyro Sensor, Voice Activation
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Consumer bipedal robot is the smallest android currently in production
ArchiCAD Used to Design Steel, Glass University Structure
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ArchiCAD design software and photogrammetry were used to design a mediating steel and glass structure between two historic buildings
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