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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in December 1997
Connectors tread new ground
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Smaller, mobile, and more capable devices are forcing engineers to downsize connectors while having to accommodate signal-conditioning concerns
The ultimate housekeeper
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Dottie the dust-busting droid does drudge work for low pay
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
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Instrument for success
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Merging laboratory machines with computers proves a winning combination for NI
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Coating help for highly-loaded parts
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Applied to sliding steel surfaces, tungsten carbide/carbon reduces adhesive wear and surface fatigue, resists seizure
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The 'Growler' is alive and well
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With V-8 power and neat handling, Jaguar offers a new sedan that is fun to drive
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