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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in November 2000
ELVIS: The inside story
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Pneumatics and hydraulics help bring the King back for an encore performance
Nut-driven ball screw conquers critical speed
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Angular contact bearings extend rotating nut ball-screw life in long traverse, high-speed applications
Rapid prototyping for flat cables
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Fluid Power
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Product News
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Hot products
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Innovative PLC products that shape engineering
Linear Motors 101
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Here is a quick look at the basic operating principles of linear motors, the different types of motor designs, and some important application considerations
Computer Productivity Tools
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Linear motion technology is moving along
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Exclusive interviews with technology leaders
Fluid power valves
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