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Content posted in June 1999
Monitor could prevent hydraulic failures
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Resides permanently on the hydraulic system and enables continuous 24-hour monitoring
Vertical technology drives quality
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Making its products components allows NMB Technologies to be a computer industry force
Choose a precision measuring
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Here, representatives of companies supplying laser-interferometer and linear-encoder-based systems debate the merits of their technologies
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Beyond 'bang-bang'
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More air cylinder manufacturers are incorporating position feedback and closed-loop capabilities into their actuators
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Robots will enter the OR
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Remote surgical techniques promote minimally invasive surgery
Surgical gloves will stop needle sticks
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Innovative design stops two pounds force from a hypdermic needle or scapel
Servo amplifier
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Bioceramic breakthroughs
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Durable, stable, and able to withstand corrosive bodily fluids, ceramics outperform other materials in the body
Bandages will clot blood instantly
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Incorporating blood-plasma proteins and a self-expanding sealant foam
Surgery will come to the soldier
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Put the hospital in a box, put the box into a plane, and fly the plane around the world to swiftly save wounded warriors or civilans in remote areas




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