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Sensors
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Smaller valve simplifies machine design
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Senior Editor Chuck Murray picks noteworthy pneumatics products
Motors
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Wiring system
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Fibers
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Membrane switches
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Bellows
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New piezo pressure regulator limits airflow
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Cylinder lenses
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Vacuum pumps
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Exhaust valves speed return strokes
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Retaining device
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Headsets
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Gearing
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Pumps
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Valve
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Web-enabler software
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Microstepping drive
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Vacuum positioning components
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Servomotor chipset
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Seal material
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Hinges/gas springs
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Power supplies
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Connectors
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Enclosures
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Foam tape
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Inductive components
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Lighting products
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Servo amplifier
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Glass coating
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Milling systems
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Diodes
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Adapter
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Coating process
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Heaters
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Pressure regulators
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Drivers
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Clutches
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Coating
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Terminals
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Welding system
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Epoxies
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Manifolds
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LCD module
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