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Content posted in August 2005
Less Clicking for Plastics
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8/24/2005  Post a comment
A new web site makes it easier to find data sheets and other valuable technical information
Renowned School Revamps Lab
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8/23/2005  Post a comment
Students set to embrace latest motor technologies
Silicone Enhancements
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8/15/2005  Post a comment
Technology advances improve these versatile plastics
Application-Specific Embedded Operating Systems
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Makers of embedded operating systems are adding features specific to aerospace, automotive, telecommunications, and others.
In the Marketplace
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Electronics
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Stronger Steels Create Joining Challenges
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Reaping the design benefits of advanced high-strength steels requires changes to welding systems
Rivetless Fastening Takes Off
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Nut plate assembly eliminates rivets to simplify Pratt & Whitney's jet engine assembly
Performance and Efficiency
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New IC products boast motor control features
Tuning the Motion Control Loop -- How-To for Techies
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Minding your P's, I's, and D's
Software/Hardware
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White Goods
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Washdown design protects devices from astringent cleanings
Ask the Search Engineer
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8/15/2005  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Motion Accuracy Problem
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8/15/2005  Post a comment
Key: Sort out the contributions of the step motor and driver
New and Notable Product Design
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Whether you need to protect mobile electronics, provide supportive seating, help keep cars on the road, or add a splash of color, making smart decisions about plastics can help.
Readers Sound Off
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8/15/2005  Post a comment
If Universities make it easier on students, it will only hurt engineers.
For Automakers, It's Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Bandwidth
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To reduce complexity and prepare for the onslaught of more electronic features, automotive engineers are looking at faster, more efficient electrical architectures.
Adhesives Flow Into New Markets
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Metal bonds replace welds, speed construction
Titanium Joining Advances
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Welding Code Creeps Ahead at AWS
Fluid Power
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Embedded-System Programmers Draw the Lines
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LabVIEW Yields 32-Bit C Code
Medical Miracles
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Nano-engineering of new drug-releasing polymer structures is changing medical design. Bioabsorbable devices will be the next big thing.
Building Online Relationships and Evaluating Marketing Initiatives via Website Traffic
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8/11/2005  1 comment
Until marketing crystal balls hit the shelves, identifying website traffic is a multi-stage process that involves close coordination between your marketing team and IT department.
IC Makers’ Reference Designs Accelerate Design-in Process
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Here are three reference designs to get hot consumer products into customers’ hands quicker
Fiber Line Up
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New software joins mold-filling simulations and structural analysis
Valve Delivers a Turbine's Perfect Pitch
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Servo valve with built in control eliminates a PLC
More than Sticky
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8/3/2005  Post a comment
The latest crop of adhesives do more than improve bond strengths--though they do that too




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