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Content posted in February 2007
Panel Computers Get Powerful
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
Industrial laptops go dual core CPU
Enhancing Productivity at KONE with Autodesk Inventor
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2/26/2007  1 comment
KONE implements 3D CAD program , galvanizing production
FlexRay Silicon Rolls Out
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Controllers and transcievers unveiled that work with FlexRay protocol
New Plastics Feature Performance
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2/22/2007  Post a comment
Emphasis is on light-weighting, complex designs
Plastics' Assembly Advances
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Developments in materials and equipment allow improved designs
Exclusive West Show Coverage
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2/16/2007  Post a comment
New products from West industry trade shows in Anaheim include a new 6-mm dc motor and the world's fastest commercial robot
This Week's Mechatronics Vendor News
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2/12/2007  Post a comment
A list of the latest mechatronics technology releases to hit the industry
Lexus LS 460 Parking System Grabs the Wheel
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New sensor-based systems enable vehicles to steer themselves into parking spaces.
Integrated Servo Modules
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Controllers continue to invade new intelligent drive-motors
Design Software’s Search for Compatibility
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Toolmakers focus on improved interoperability
Motion Solutions for Packaging
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Suppliers focus on application-specific software and modular servo modules
Roll Handling: A Complex Art
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Tips for selecting a design partner that has the knowledge, expertise & experience
Control Innovations in Packaging
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Packaging machinery OEMs focus on performance, reducing system costs
Modular Conveyor Systems
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Manufacturers put the kibosh on talking about material conveying equipment
UWB, USB Team Up
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