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Content posted in November 2005
Exporting a COSMOS Graph to Excel
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Share nonlinear, transient thermal, and drop test response test data with non-FEA users
Design Decision: 60 Hz or 50 Hz?
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Global marketing demands challenge machine builders
Accelerate Innovation
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Combine key pieces of information that reach beyond traditional PLM to create a truly "open" environment
Cooking For Engineers
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If you can't stand the heat transfer calculations, get out of the kitchen
Choosing Between CCD and CMOS Image Sensors
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You need to ask the right questions
Tool Tips: Materials, Manifolds & More
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Make sure you get what you really want with a little care on the injection mold design.
The Grand Challenge
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If you missed the $2 million, winner-take-all robotic vehicle race on October 8th, there's still coverage on the web.
What Customers Want in Motion Control
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Design engineers now demand both high performance and greater flexibility
Pipe Connections Made Stronger
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Manufacturer forms a more-perfect union
Car Talk
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