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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in November 2005
Fluid Power
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New and Notable Product Design
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You can never have enough memory or have it in enough places. Here are five ways to store more stuff.
Design tools fly high
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Software, fast PCs model planes, large equipment
What Customers Want in Motion Control
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Design engineers now demand both high performance and greater flexibility
Miniaturized Motion Design
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High precision rolled lead screws meet demands for compact and efficient optical inspection device
3D Ultrasound Exam
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Precise, non-invasive, diagnostic breast exams using motion and imaging may reduce need for biopsies
Advertisers Index
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Fluid Power
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Micro PLCs
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Small, rugged programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are among the fastest-growing areas of control logic. Programmable automation controllers (PACs) serve similar functions with different options.
Motors Get It In Gear
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Motor-controlled continuously variable transmission targets increased fuel economy
Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Fast, Faster, Fastest
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In just four insanely short weeks, Trek's Advanced Concept Group completely redesigned the time trial bike that Armstrong rode to victory in his 7th Tour de France. Here's how they did it.
Motion Control/Power Transmission
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Best of the Engineering Marketplace
Consider the "No Touch" Solution
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Air bearings may be the right answer in automation settings that demand high precision and low upkeep
Air Bearing Advantage
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Air bearing technology delivers non-contact solutions for growing number of motion control applications
In the Marketplace
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Remote Control Explorations
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Remotely operated vehicle uses revamped I/O system to efficiently aid ocean floor exploration and study




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