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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in April 2009
3Dconnexion Powers up SpacePilot PRO
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High-end 3-D mouse minimizes interruptions in the design workflow and improves comfort
Students Apply Math-Based Tools in EcoCAR
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University teams try out "virtual vehicles" before building alternate-fuel SUVs
Festo's Robotic Penguins Fly and Swim
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Watch the video: Penguins' flexible moves inspire new pick-and-place technology
Techno's New Linear Motion Products Catalog
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Features more than 1,100 components
R+W's Servo Torque Limiter
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Highly accurate, compact simple design
Animatics Corp.'s new Integrated Servos
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SM2316D-PLS2 and SM2316DT-PLS2 have added power, functionality
Animatics Corp.'s OEM Series of SmartMotors
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Newest addition features maximum speed of 5,000 rpm
Recycled PlayStations Have Front-Row Seat in Reee Chair Design
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SolidWorks 3-D CAD and a single-source plastics supplier helped Pli Design produce chair on a mass production basis
R+W's New Handbook
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Includes information for all levels of design engineers
Bosch Rexroth's IndraDrive Cs Compact Servo Drive
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Supports SERCOS III, ProfiNet, EtherNet/IP, EtherCat communications
Precision Stonecutting
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Integrated controls, CNC boost productivity in cutting saw/waterjet system
The Epicenter of Automation Control
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The evolution of multidisciplinary controls puts focus on single hardware/software solutions
Flexibility in Focus
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Integrated control, networking, scalability needs shape controller solutions
Programmable Logic Controllers, Automation Controllers
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Even in a tight economy, PLCs and PACs are hot commodities, a true testament to their control adaptability, flexibility and multi-feature capabilities, as this product research shows
Digital Imaging Leads to Happier Feet
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Arizona-based company makes buying custom-fit insoles easier
A Boost for Medical Device Developers
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Program provides $25,000 in software and services for medical innovation
ASUS Turns to FEA to Accelerate the Innovation Curve
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Using Abaqus, the hardware maker can perform virtual simulations, reducing reliance on costly and time-consuming physical testing
High-Speed Glass Stacking
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Integrated controls and automation enables reliable, high-speed float glass stacking
The Mechatronics Challenge of Big Things That Move
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Dynamic Structures of Canada has a vast list of projects from large-scale telescopes to amusement park rides.




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