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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in March 2005
Robots Enable Non-Invasive Surgery
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3/31/2005  Post a comment
Precision X-ray beams and robotics may destroy tumors without incision and in an outpatient setting
Designing for Moldability
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3/30/2005  Post a comment
Five week turnaround from 3D models to precision molded parts
Robot-Assisted Surgery
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3/29/2005  Post a comment
Motion control technologies and precision X-ray beams help destroy tumors without incisions or loss of blood
Know Your Standards—One Way to Cut Hidden Costs in CAD
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3/10/2005  Post a comment
Integration expert and Design News give you some tips to save money
Easy Access
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3/10/2005  Post a comment
New extension allows CAD drawings retrieval—and printing—from Office programs
Award-Winning Cables Now Available at Your Fingertips
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3/9/2005  Post a comment
Online order makes five-day lead time possible
Large In-Line Filters
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3/8/2005  Post a comment
Come with pressure rating of 100 psi
Best of 2004
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
Innovation, coolness, and breakthroughs are well exemplified in the finalists of the 2005 Design News Best Products of the Year Contest
Nothing Sits Idle
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
Schulers hard-working transfer press is boosting productivity for automakers on both sides of the Atlantic
Space Cadet
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Jim Tighe was the driving force behind the aerodynamics of SpaceshipOne, the airplane that won the coveted Ansari X Prize. For his achievements, Design News readers have voted him Engineer of the Year.
Lower Costs, Smaller Sizes
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
The goal in precision motion: supply more than components
Barnstormers for a New Age
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For the engineers behind the revolutionary SpaceShipOne, the project was as much about fun as victory. And no one had more fun than aerodynamicist Jim Tighe.
Ask the Search Engineer
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
The Best Products of 2004
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
Design News readers cast their ballots for the best products of the year.
Micro Pumps Take the Heat
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3/7/2005  Post a comment
At the University of Washington, students refined a Tesla invention and produced a tiny pump with no moving parts
Hybrid valve design offers lower cost, longer life
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3/4/2005  Post a comment
Combines hydraulic power with electric actuation
Zirconia Pump Liners Last Longer, Lower Total Costs
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3/2/2005  Post a comment
A seemingly expensive ceramic actually cuts the cost of running drilling rig mud pumps—and may do the same for other kinds of industrial pumps, too
Reader Rates New FEA Package
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3/1/2005  Post a comment
Automotive Engineer takes COSMOSWorks 2005 for a ride
Finer Touch in Rapid Prototyping
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3/1/2005  Post a comment
Z Corp. 3D printer features resolution of 600 x 540 dpi




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