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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in October 2007
Second Life: A Virtual Universe for Real Engineering
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By applying SL building tools, engineers are facilitating a paradigm shift in computer-aided design
PAC Improvements
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Programmable automation controllers are getting speed, communications overhauls
Engineering Green Packaging
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10/8/2007  Post a comment
The move toward sustainable packaging will usher in material, design and machinery changes
Powering Up Green Design
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Companies are hot on cooling their product’s reliance on energy consumption and hazardous materials. PLM and CAD software can help companies achieve their sustainable design goals
Cimmetry Releases AutoVue 19.2
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10/5/2007  Post a comment
Software can view and overlay more than 450 file types without disturbing native file




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