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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in September 2005
Real-time Open-Source OS
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Can Linux offer hard real-time performance? Three companies offer solutions.
Fluid Power
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In the Marketplace
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Pocket Pals
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Techs travel light
The Quest for Perpetual Flight
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The advantages of such aircraft are enormous, begging the question: Why aren't they already dotting the horizon?
Putting On The Brakes
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A few simple force and energy calculations deliver reliable, repeatable, long-lasting performance to dynamic spring-set brakes
Security Takes Center Stage
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Theft and safety concerns are driving new technology in the packaging industry
That's a Wrap
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Listening to the voice of the customer reduces shrink-wrap process downtime
Servos Invade Packaging Arena
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Lower cost, improved performance result in more design wins
Always on the Move
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Packaging machines produce 120 pouches/min by retooling for continuous motion operation
Motion Control
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Plastic Hubs Improve Coupling
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Maker says less weight, inertia leads to better servo system performance
Sheeter Maker Swaps PLC for PC
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Customer demand spurs change
Starter Kits
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Manufacturers ease the pain of learning
Molding Multiphysics
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A tighter coupling of mold-filling and structural analyses provides insight into part performance and molding economics
Driverless Vehicles Take on the Desert
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DARPA's $2 million, winner-take-all race across the desert has attracted some of the country's best engineering teams.
Software
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Best of the Engineering Marketplace
New and Notable Product Design
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Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are making their way out of the factory and into a variety of applications.
Safety Minus the Downtime
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A European cartoner makes safe, not waste
Motion Control
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Best of the Engineering Marketplace
Fluid Power
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Best of the Engineering Marketplace
Like a Hot Knife through Ice
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Freed from a glacial grip, a World War II planes flies again




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