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Content posted in February 2004
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Lifespan Key for Bearings
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It's the first thing to consider in any application
NMW Conferences Focus on Technology, Market Trends
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Motion control professionals can 'hone the edge' of their skills and knowledge
Engineers become explorers
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Loose plans often bring good finds
Support for the long haul
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For light manufacturing applications, W.L. Gore cable travels up to 60 inches without support
Good Vibrations
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Harley-Davidson engineer Brian Ruffert led a team that redesigned Harley-Davidson's legendary Sportster motorcycle, taming the vibration and boosting the quality without changing its signature look.
Say 'Color'
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Special-effect colors help Kodak tailor the looks of one-time use cameras to consumer tastes around the world
Plant Engineering Bestows Awards
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For the 16th year, the magazine honors best products for plant engineers
One hip doc
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Engineer and surgeon, Tony DiGioia revolutionized hip-implant surgery with his development of a computer-based surgical navigation tool that improves prosthetic selection and orientation
Hi-powered projection
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Beto Peliks and fellow students designed a low-cost microfilm projector to help educate people in third-world countries
Control Panels Double as Processors
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Software and deep memory drive features and fast development, while capping costs
Design News Fetes Engineering's Stars
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Special Event Tuesday Spotlights Award Winners
Ask the search engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Show Products
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Speak Your Mind, Qualify for a Prize
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Design News is looking for feedback on its redesigned web site.
Value at the Core of PLM
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Yes it's a risk, but PLM may save money and add functionality
Vendors Help Design News Honor Engineering's Best
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Winners to be announced at special luncheon February 24
igus To Name Plastic-Bearing Contest Winners Monday
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Manus competition attracted wide variety of entries
Digital technologies continue making inroads
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Component, system prices drop as features grow
Software technical conferences dominate NDES
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From behavioral modeling to manufacturing design, conferences cover the whole range of software uses
Electronic Technology Aims to Improve Airline Safety
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Bombs and collisions are the targets
Electrifying new plastics
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Five new products target electrical/electronic applications
Networks, sensors are hot electronic technologies
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Keeping U.S. factories open is underlying concern
Engineers, Vendors Set to Meet at National Manufacturing Week
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Four-show event kicks off February 23 in Chicago
In electronics assembly, new film star for LCD makers
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The coated diffuser films used to mange the light in liquid crystal displays can give manufacturers a real headache. Usually made from polyester film coated with micron-sized optical beads, these films can lose bits of coating and develop optical defects as they make their way through the LCD manufacturing process, driving down yields substantially. GE Advanced Materials has come up with a new line of polycarbonate diffuser films that can eliminate these coating-related failures.
Software companies migrate to Chicago
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NDES exhibitors prepare to show the latest in CAD/CAM/CAE software
21st Annual Design News Awards Honor Engineering's Best
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Winners to be announced and feted during the National Design Engineering Show
Collaboration Driven By Globalization
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Worldwide Markets Spur Changes in CAD
Trade Show Goal: Find Responsive Suppliers
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Industry veteran provides show tips and insights on technology trends
Siemens Technology Train Rolls into U.S.
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Hi-Tech Whistle Stop Tour Arrives in America Having Circled the Globe
Fast Car and Gadget Freaks Featured at Design News Booth
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Engineering Awards winners will also be there
Chipmakers vie for control
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Motor control is becoming a huge market, driven by energy saving demands in consumer products and the growing use of small motors in autos. Microchip Inc. is the latest company to jump on this bandwagon, unveiling a microcontroller with peripherals tailored to motor control.
CAD companies Seek Beta Testers
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Software companies are looking for alpha and beta testers to sacrifice their time, and sometimes money, to benefit the software they use and the company develops. Here's what to expect as a tester and how users can get involved.
Ask the Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Fluid Power
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Core Liberator
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A Leap Forward in Portable Data Entry
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FrogPad keyboard shrinks form to improve mobility
Automotive Technology Quality Act
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How advances in electronics, materials, sensors, and software are helping US automakers regain their position at the top
Testers, Try This Program
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Despite marketing misteps, the program works
The Misunderstood Material
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Just because a property is listed on a data sheet doesn't mean it's useful
Real-Time Analyzer Offers Continuous Capture, Frequency Triggering
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Deep memory and software key spectrum analysis options
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