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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in May 2000
Online engineering collaboration
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Collaboration between engineers from different ends of the continent or world is one of the most exciting developments coming through the Internet
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Robot controller maximizes 5-axis maneuverability
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Its program transforms conventional machine commands into commands acceptable to parallel kinematic machines
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Linear motion: Individual components vs integrated system?
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When it comes to linear motion, design engineers have a choice: buy separate components and assemble them together or purchase an integrated system. Each approach has its pros and cons: Buying the components and doing the work yourself costs less, but typically takes more development time. Opting for a fully integrated system cuts development time and headaches, but can cost up to twice as much. Here, two companies who took different paths describe why their choices made sense for their applicat
Power Transmission & Motion Control
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Fluid Power
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Power Transmission & Motion Control
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High tech on the high seas
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It takes more than sailing acumen to compete for the America Cup. You need strong engineering support too.
Computer Productivity Tools
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