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Content posted in February 2008
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Yacht Makers Cruise With 3D CAD
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3D technology enables high-end boat builders to retain their craftsmanship while moving to production-style environments
Deere Takes Next Step Toward Driverless Tractor
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Operatorless tractors aren’t here yet, but a new breed of automated steering systems is bringing ag manufacturers closer to the driverless dream
Variable Frequency Drives Combat Shrink-Wrapping Delays
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Product spacing concerns solved by a variable frequency drive
The Science of Motion
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Fusing art and technology at the Ontario Science Centre
Robotics in Packaging
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Flexibility and change over time are key goals of new robotic systems
Designing for Robotics
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Engineers need to interface with the right sensors, actuators
Color-Converting Plastic Cuts LED Costs
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Delphi engineers are using fluorescent dyes and light-scattering additives to create unique color effects for auto interiors while also dramatically reducing LED costs
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