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Oil-filled nylon
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Transformers
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Conveyor components
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Servo controller
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Drives
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Lead angle mills
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Processor targets handheld PCs
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Senior Editor Julie Anne Schofield picks noteworthy microprocessors
Bolts/bearings
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Valves
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Assemblies
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Surface profiler
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Multichannel buffer
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Hose clamp
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Framework
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Workstation
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Sensor
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Plastic components
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Flow switch
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Resins
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Resin
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Logic controller
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Fieldbus
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Controller costs less than four bits
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Software
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Process controller
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Insulation systems
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Controller packs128-kbyte flash
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Preload nut
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Valves
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Pad printer
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Lamp monitor
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Supplement 5-18-98
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Grade
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Transducer
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Brake
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