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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Editorial 4-20-98
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Resistors
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In Brief 4-20-98
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Silicone products
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Software
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Analysis software
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Conductive gels
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Workstations
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Pressure transducers
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Ball screws
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Calibrator/thermometer
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Expansion card
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Linear actuator
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Bearing support blocks
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Operator interface terminal
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Bus controller
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Switches
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Test time for the Hummer
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Portable PC-based data acquisition systems helped Hummer engineers make the military vehicle civilian-proof.
Machine controllers
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Alloy
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Diaphragm
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Oscilloscope
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Solenoid
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Electrical products
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Ball-screw systems
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Coating system drives engine-block design
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New materials can greatly improve a design, but sometimes the answer lies in process
Motion controllers
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Caps
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Ac/dc converters
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Plane bearings
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Power supplies
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Coating process
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Metal substrate
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Steel cooler
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Drop it 'on' the computer
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
A better I-DEAS
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Relay
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Laser
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