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Content posted in March 1995
Mastering Motors
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Computerized controls simplify modern motor-driver operation
Embedded PC's Reduce Design Risks
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Low-cost hardware, easy-to-use development tools, fast time-to-market, and the warm familiarity of the IBM PC make embedded PCs a designer
Silicon Valley, meet 'Silicon Glen'
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Technology and geography combine to make Scotland Europe
Role Model For Tech Transplants
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Engineers at Turck Inc. collaborate with customers to anticipate industry needs
A 6th sense for the factory floor
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Sensor technology from around the globe gives design engineers new ways to make machine control faster, more accurate, and smarter. Here are several examples.
Special Screen Preview: SIMULATED MACHINE TOOLS
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New program executes G and M codes on simulated NC machines, tools, parts, and fixtures
Engineering's 'Mr. Speaker'
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Amar Bose revolutionized Audio technology. His world-class efforts earned him the Design News Engineering Quality Award
Motion analysis becomes user-friendly
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Product-of-the-year contest winner makes motion analysis simple, affordable
Visual CADD 1.1
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Lone Wolf of the Sierras
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One of the most prolific inventors in U.S. history--Jerome H. Lemelson--captured the most reader votes in the Eighth annual Design News Engineer of the Year competition
The ultimate team player
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Lester T. Davis, winner of the Design News Special Achiever Award, supplied the technical vision that helped Cray Research dominate the supercomputer industry




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