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Content posted in May 2005
About E2E
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High-Torque AC-Induction Motor Makes Electric Racer Possible
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The engineless Raser Edge Formula racer runs on a 420 ft-lb, 500-hp, and 6,250-rpm drive system made possible by the ac-induction Symetron P-2 pancake motor
A Molding Alternative
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Low-pressure structural foam shines
New and Notable Product Design
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The newest rotary encoder and proximity sensors are aimed at improved motion and process control. Here are five examples.
Software/Hardware
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Locomotives pull into the digital age
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Century-old diesel-electric technology endures
In the Marketplace
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The Food Giant Wish List
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Experts from Kraft Foods describe what they need in machinery capabilities
Electronics
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Ask the Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Simulation Gets Real
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And it is getting easier too
Demo Kit Simplifies ZigBee Applications
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Users can get up to speed quickly on microcontroller and RF aspects
Proving Ground for Innovation
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A full-service lab helps companies develop concepts that stretch the limits of packaging technology
It is All About µ
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Engineers have found a way to keep vehicles stable while driving on slippery surfaces. Now they need to cut the technology's cost, so they convince the public to buy it.
Is Turnkey HMI Right for You?
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Visualization operations seldom stand alone today. Integration with other plant information systems and increasingly complex tasks are making a total solution approach a more common choice.
Single Robot Packs and Palletizes
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One-stop operation saves floor space and cost
Breaking Through
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A crop of new products to help you achieve precise positioning
Three-Axis Accelerometers
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Z-axis sensing ability is forging a new feature niche in consumer products.
RF Kits Make Waves
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We tested five wireless development kits from simple to complicated. Here is what we liked and what we did not like.
Fluid Power
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Lords of the Rings
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BulletProof Analysis
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To study bulletproof material, DuPont first looked to shelters storm.
How Custom Molders Fit In
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Interview with Bob Cervenka, Founder and Chairman of Phillips Plastics
Using Technology to Save Energy in Motion Control Systems
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Power electronics cost must be offset by other system level savings
Signal-Chain-on-Chip Could Cut Cost and Power Draw of Handheld Instruments
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TI's integration of analog components onto chip could simplify design of handheld industrial and medical devices
Robots Expand Reach
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Adding axes helps address new markets
Automotive Structures Gain Strength
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Stronger steels grow more popular as manufacturing techniques advance
Paint and Plating Stick to Performance Plastics
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DuPont aims to boost the functionality of decorated plastics
Simulation Gets Real
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And it is getting easier too




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