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Content tagged with Electronics & Test 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
Festo's Robotic Penguins Fly and Swim
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Watch the video: Penguins' flexible moves inspire new pick-and-place technology
Sensors Detect Damage to Military Vehicles
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Technology saves time and money by eliminating scheduled maintenance
Lin Engineering's 4518 NEMA 17 Stepper Motors
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4/15/2009  Post a comment
Delivers super torque, smooth motion
Freescale, Microchip, TI Roll out Microcontrollers
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Faster hardware, more memory leads list of MCU improvements
Beckhoff New Automation Technlogy
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Beckhoff's EK1132 EtherCAT Now receive power over standard Cat 5 cables
IMS's MDrive Linear Actuators
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Combine motor, electronics and mechanics
LCR Electronics' EC101 Series
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Offers variable speed motor control
Techno's New Linear Motion Products Catalog
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Features more than 1,100 components
Haydon's G4 Canstack Linear Actuator
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Reliable, high performance, durability
R+W's Servo Torque Limiter
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Highly accurate, compact simple design
Precision Stonecutting
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Integrated controls, CNC boost productivity in cutting saw/waterjet system
A Boost for Medical Device Developers
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4/6/2009  Post a comment
Program provides $25,000 in software and services for medical innovation
Maximizing Power
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New designs optimize thermal properties, input voltage, output current, size and cost
Analog Devices' New Converter Boosts Slice Count in CT Scanners
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Enable machines to image the heart in a single shot
Space-Saving Diverter
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Rodless cylinder provides compact, integrated solution for conveyor systems
Harnessing Wind Power
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Power transmission plays critical role in the efficiency and reliability of wind turbines
Stabilizing Controls
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System uses combination of servo and hydraulic motors to position camera mast




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