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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in August 2004
Engineers Adjust Molecular Weight Of Polymer For Heart-Repair Device
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The small adjustment resulted in a big design breakthrough
Controller Improves Router Design
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Remote diagnostics among added features
The Claw Picks Winner
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High-tech solutions to low-tech problems
File Under Really Impractical Inventions
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Rocker engineer creates a $4K guitar tuner
Offbeat demos open NI Week
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$4,000 guitar tuner, dropping equipment from 8 stories up
From Plant Floor to Pool Side
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Using an open, ethernet-based scalable architecture and standard hardware, an engineer turns a pool into a full-blown smart home
Fluid Power
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Software/Hardware
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PLM Is Good, Not Yet Great
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Use of the Internet is critical for future success
Innovative Packaging
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8/12/2004  Post a comment
Machine designers think out of the box




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