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Content posted in September 2007
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Microsoft Makes Manufacturing Push
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9/27/2007  Post a comment
Manufacturing software provides shop floor insight
Need Foreseen in Embedded for Model-Based Design
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9/26/2007  Post a comment
More processors and greater complexity drive need
Baldor Rolls Multi-Axis Ethernet Drive
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New drive offers deterministic real-time signals
Digital Prototyping Boosts Productivity on Canal Project
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Returns are substantial, but not immediate, engineer says
Experts Say Manufacturing Outsourcing Is Still Strong
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9/25/2007  Post a comment
Labor savings enable manufacturers to save from 15-45 percent
Mega-Event Shifts Focus to Show Floor
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Keynote speeches are gone
CAD/PLM: PTC
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Wago Releases Two-Conductor Wire Splicer Lever-Nuts 222-412
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Wago’s new 222-412 Lever Nuts provide two contacts for compact installation
Analog Front End Speeds Copiers, Printers
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9/24/2007  Post a comment
Enables desktop color copy speeds of 40 pages per minute
Absolute Encoder Costs Less, Saves Space
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Encoder offers absolute positioning with a cost and package size that compete with incremental models
Metalink Delivers on Wireless HDTV Vision
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Use of new IEEE 802.11n standard makes it possible
The Every Man's FEA
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NEiFusion targets design engineers, not simulation specialists
2007 Engineer of the Year: Boeing 787 Chief Project Engineer Tom Cogan
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The chief project engineer of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner doesn’t crack under pressure, despite a job that keeps him on his toes 24/7
Drive Offers Flexibility and Functionality
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Siemens' latest high-performance drives have a modular design and plenty of smarts
MRAM Shows Potential to Move Beyond Flash, SRAM
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After nearly a decade of technology development, Freescale rolls out a commercial 4-Mbit version of MRAM
TI's Controller Manages 16 Power Supply Channels
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Controller is targeted at high-energy efficiency systems
Push and Twist For Fast Fluid Connections
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Hydraulic quick connect system now works with standard threaded ports
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