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Content posted in September 2013
Mechatronics Improves Design & Operation of Medical Devices
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9/12/2013  2 comments
Steady advancements in mechatronics have expanded its use, and a major focus is in medical devices.
Design Breakthroughs Bring Next-Gen Robots Into Lab Automation
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9/11/2013  10 comments
New robotic options reduce size, weight, and cost through parallel kinematics.
Digitization’s Role in the Transformation of Manufacturing
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9/10/2013  5 comments
The global manufacturing industry is being driven by seven external forces: digitization, globalization, regulation, personalization, smart products, connectivity, and servitization.
Low-Power Numbers Can Be Deceiving
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9/9/2013  6 comments
Don’t believe everything an MCU vendor tells you about power consumption. A little knowledge can go a long way.
Boosting Engineering Productivity with the Multiphysics Approach to Simulation
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9/6/2013  2 comments
The ability of multiphysics simulation software to provide accurate and reliable information about a product is positively influencing the product development process.
Materials Move Aerospace Additive Manufacturing From Prototypes to Finished Products
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9/5/2013  1 comment
High-performance engineering thermoplastics are giving engineers more options in using additive manufacturing for creating finished, end-use production parts. Aerospace is one of the industries where this move is happening first.
Cooling Strategies for Real-Time Embedded Systems
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9/4/2013  1 comment
Hotter components require more innovative cooling.




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