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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in September 2000
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How 300,000 parts make a perfect fit
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The complex assembly of an aircraft requires not only the management of parts and subsystems, but also the calculation of all interrelated part tolerances
PDM's powerful move to the web
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Spurred by the growth of the Internet for both design and collaboration, more companies are turning to Internet-oriented PDM tools
CFD guides fish through perilous waters
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Software lets engineers try different turbine designs for dams
Software helps handle mounds of data
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Post-processing program facilitates multidisciplinary simulation for gas turbine engine designers
Product News
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Metrics mapping cuts estimating time
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The goal is to save up to 400 hours per month on change orders
PC-nonlinear FEA makes the connection
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Engineers use PC-based nonlinear analysis to help design land grid array connectors
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Desktop FEA grows mores sophisticated
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Programs are using CAD-like interfaces and kernals, and taking advantage of the Web
Hot Products
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Innovative products that shape engineering
Fluid Power
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Power Transmission/ Motion Control
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Computer Productivity Tools
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace




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