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Content posted in February 1999
The hole story about 3D
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Engineers designing armored personnel vehicles are using 3D solid modeling to help avoid gaps, holes, and other tolerance problems
In Brief- Fluid Power
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Linear motor shootout
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Technology is beginning to hit its stride in the linear motor/drive field
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Software beefs up tractor radiator guard mount
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3D CAD, rapid prototyping, and investment casting cut development time
Olympic Training
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Engineers are racing to design and build all-electric trains for the next Olympics. With only 19 months to go, they
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Very-high-speed machining gets a boost
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Shorter transmission times and higher accuracy make NURBS a choice architecture for machining applications.
Man moves 30,000 packages in 4 hours
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Fully automated parcel distribution depends on the proper selection of sensors, drives, and system control
PDM: Out-of-the-Box or Enterprise-Wide
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Here, two companies who chose PDM software packages positioned at opposite ends of the spectrum describe why the software choice they made works best for their application.
The rubber band of materials
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Check out these threee problem/solution testimonials
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Security server
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Invisible computers, visibile profits
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Listening to its customers got RadiSys started-- and now keeps it going-- in the embedded PC business
Strikes to spare
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Using a combination of hydraulics, pneumatics, and sensors, the Throbot automated bowling ball tester helps determine which balls will strike gold--and which are headed for the gutter
Vertical stand
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Ultrasonic modules
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