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Motor drive enables single-motor centrifuge
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Drive permits both high-speed spin and low-speed torque
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A knee for the long haul
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Ceramic surfacing technology promises to make artificial knees last longer
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Link simplifies PC-based I/O wiring
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Fast serial network uses clustered I/O, RJ45 connectors, and standard CAT5 cable for real-time, high-I/O count applications
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Solid modeling helps engineers douse fires
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Firefighting tool maker cuts design cycle from 14 to 5 months
Energy-wise motor design
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Here is a look at where to find energy savings when applying motors in a design
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Heart imaging gets faster, clearer
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ASICs, algorithms, and ceramics power new generation of ultrasound and CT scanners
Electronics lend an ear
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Miniaturized components and sound-processing developments help hearing aid designers keep seniors conveniently
Rotary actuator delivers tilting motion directly
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Gearing key to quiet-running actuator in bed frame
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Sensors keep watch on Diabetes
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Clever sensor design turned a 100-year-old medical observation into a new kind of glucose monitor
PLANNING THE TRANSITION FROM 2D TO 3D
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A 6-step guide for design engineers
Understanding non-contact transmission of power and sensor signals
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Inductive technology can eliminate slip rings and plugs from the design and maintenance equation
CATIA: On the cutting edge of Internet CAD
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Java-based "pull" technology lets users access and manipulate any CATIA model using standard Internet browsers
Creative Techniques races against deadline to comply with QS 9000 and TE supplement
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Designer of Custom Plastic Material Handling Products Meets Ford's Q1 Supplier Requirements in Just Four and a Half Months
Matching glass and metal thermal expansion rates key to accuracy of world's largest telescope
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Unique design eliminates stresses, supports weight, permits fabrication of mammoth, fragile mirror
Thermoplastic Polyurethane Film, Sheet and Tubing Play Increasing Role In Automobile Design
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Safety, Comfort, and Durability Demand a Versatile, High Performance Material




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