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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in October 1996
NASA picks an engine type
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10/21/1996  Post a comment
Selection of a mixed flow turbofan brings the High Speed Civil Transport program one step closer to reality
Redesigned for manufacturing
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By making key design changes and adopting automated assembly, Cherry Electrical Products was able to return its keyboard manufacturing to the U.S.
How PDM opens windows on design improvements
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Product data management systems enable engineers to put unemployed designs back to work
Wired for a new telecommunications age
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The coming infrastructure will rely on ICs, software, modems, and more
PE/Solid Designer 4.0
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An inside look at the new vette engine
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10/7/1996  Post a comment
The Chevy redesign of its famous small-block V8 holds many packaging surprises. Here is a sample.
Balancing noise, vibration and harshness
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Chrysler fine-tunes its fleet in a complicated game of compromise




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