Content posted in March 2014
Force-Controlled Finishing Adds Human Touch
3/31/2014  1 comment
Optimized, power-dense servomotor technology improves the automation of precise finishing and blending operations.
Hybrid Hexapods Resolve Inherent Weaknesses of Conventional Hexapods
3/12/2014  5 comments
The hybrid hexapod enables applications that can benefit from six-degrees-of-freedom motion.
How to End Wiring Disarray & Inconsistency in Electrical Enclosures
3/11/2014  4 comments
Achieving uniform placement and organization of wiring cables can be difficult in network cabinets serviced by different installers and maintenance staff. Consistent, organized wiring systems can be maintained with a set of cable management devices.
The Growing Importance of Wireless Standards for the Smart Home
3/10/2014  9 comments
ZigBee, a global standard, is a low-power compliment to WiFi.
The Heat Is On: Wireless Automation Technology Application for Smart Homes & Buildings
3/7/2014  4 comments
Advancements in embedded MCU and wireless design provide power efficiency and secure connectivity for smart homes.
Alternative Energy Fires Up Plants
3/6/2014  16 comments
Technology has made renewable energy a contender to power factories.
Military Mechatronics Stores a Lethal Punch
3/5/2014  4 comments
A new weapon storage management system converts helicopters and single-engine aircraft for surveillance and precision strike missions.
Coatings Stand Up to Harsh Environments
3/4/2014  8 comments
Engineers are using additive manufacturing with powder metals to cut costs and cycle times in materials R&D, new product development, low-volume manufacturing, and in-service product repair.
Multi-Disciplinary Design Exploration: Unleashing Simulation Led Design
3/4/2014  Post a comment
In today's fast-paced and competitive climate, improved product performance and shortening of lead times are critical for business success across all industries.
The Best Apps Under One Roof
3/3/2014  1 comment
Dassault Systemes and others put their best foot forward at SolidWorks World 2014.

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