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Content posted in August 2000
SERCOS picks up the pace
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Faster chips, new products, and some powerful new members shake up the motion-control world
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Noteworthy hydraulics
IMTS 2000
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Noteworthy technology on display
3D printing speeds design cycle
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The basics of adopting it for your products
Crash Project
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Via Systems had just 10 weeks to design a new crash-test system. The slide was critical. Here is how they designed it.
Brainy motors get real
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Time was, only one supplier built intelligent motors, but engineers today have plenty of options to choose from
Solid Edge v. 8.0
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Show Preview
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August 21-24; New Orleans, Louisiana
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Trailer sheds weight and cost—not style
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A revamped Airstream improves on tradition with new construction methods and materials
Coupling knocks out transmission error
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Slotted radial coupling eliminates color registration defects on flatbed scanner
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Fluid-power seals
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Pill-pushing cart ensures patient safety
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Pick-and-place technology lightens up for portable pill dispensing, saving lives and medical expense
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