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Content posted in August 2001
Three ways to get Thin
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IBM comes up with a new mobile computer with novel hinges
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Put on your human-machine interface
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Wearable, voice-activated PC and wireless communications migrate HMI from machine to operator
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Low backlash for the long haul
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Flexing gear continuously compensates for tooth wear, stabilizing gearhead backlash for life
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7 reasons for using self-clinching fasteners
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In the right application, they can improve assemblies
Innovative Fluid Power Products
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Innovative fluid power products
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Guitar assembly with no strings attached
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Garrison Guitars has applied modern design principles to the luthier
In brief
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Hot products
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Displacement sensor lifts tractor performance
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Non-contact potentiometric sensor takes on rugged farm chores
Underwater robot hits the mainstream
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Integrated thrusters and system electronics power an unmanned, underwater vehicle for the masses
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