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Content posted in May 2002
Motion control goes modular
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Integration brings motion control into the mainstream
Transparent touch panel is non-breakable
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Film-on-plastic replaces film-on-glass
Single unit combines all cylinder, valve functions
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Intelligent subsystem presents an integrated pneumatic solution for distributed applications
Calculate, integrate, evaluate
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Standardized calculation methods complement finite element analysis to hasten gear design
Beware of design pitfalls
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Engineers share their tips on how to design products successfully fo ra market that spans the globe.
A case for depth perception
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Using polycarbonate, two-shot molding, a suite of software, and extensive collaboration, Kodak engineers and designers develop a single-use camera that breaks records for underwater performance
Ships Cruise on Electricity
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Electric propulsion provides a cleaner and smoother way than ever to cruise the oceans
Street Legal
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Modern design tools and technologies bring racing excitement to the street in record time
Fluidic muscles flex in three diverse applications
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The brains behind this muscle actuator are woven fibers that expand
Wrap-around sleever goes lugless
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Self-indexing sleever uses photoelectric-sensor input to servo-powered feeder and transfer sections




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