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Content posted in October 1999
Standards Update
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Hall sensor completes micro drive
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Closed-loop control permits 3-, 5-, or 8-mm positioning systems, maximum torque output
Homegrown CAD software fuels Russian cars
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Russian engineers design their machine tools with T-Flex, new to the U.S. but a tried and true parametric modeler native of Russia
Quiet is key for air filtration
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Brushless dc motor makes possilbe ultra-low-noise design for bedroom use
Air cushion ensures sensor accuracy...
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Air cushion chute assembly is tailored to suit the bearing shell design
Shared intelligence guides control system
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An open automation infrastructure uses Ethernet to transmit information
Rugged touch screen pinpoints finger contact
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Data acquisition and image processing generate a precise touch profile
Hot products
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Washington beat
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