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Bearing
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Servoamplifiers
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Motion control cards
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Stepper motors
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Power meter/analyzer
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Field recorder
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Barriers
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Valves
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Bearings
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Software
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Analyzer
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Brakes
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Actuators
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Legal forum 3-23-98
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Toolholders
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Heat-transfer fluid
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Inserts
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Spring technology
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Encoders/potentiometers
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Clamps
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Actuator
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Valves
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Nylon parts
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Sensors
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Frame grabber
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Semiconductors
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Single-board computer
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Air control nozzles
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Module
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Product news 3-23-98
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Flexible tubing
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Pumps
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Accelerometers
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Software promises 'virtual engineering'
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Package lets engineers overstress parts to see if and how they will fail
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