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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in April 1998
New analysis capabilities
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Gauges
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Drop it 'on' the computer
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
A better I-DEAS
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Analysis software
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Heat exchangers
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Update to a classic
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
A CAD library goes on line
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Help for large-scale digital mock-up
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Air conditioners
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Position system gets encoder-based motors
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products
Linear actuator is light, quiet
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Harley designs its own box
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To account for future expansion, engineers used standard parts to design their own modular enclosures for the plant's intelligent network hubs
Linear bearing goes for the gold
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products
Motion controller receives upgrade
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products
Moving-coil motor maximizes torque
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products
Show Stoppers
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Vintage idea modernizes emerging processes
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Intelligent air-bearing design delivers repeatable precision
Stage positions 24 axes
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products
Designer's corner
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Shocker of an idea
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Retrofit rear-suspension system puts damper on mountain-bike costs
Rotary stage handles 300-mm wafers
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Western Technical Editor Mark Gottschalk cites noteworthy power transmission products




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