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Content posted in February 1995
Insert tooling speeds semi-custom enclosure design
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Tool construction enables in-mold modification, and accelerates the product-development cycle
Heat exchanger improves air conditioning efficiency
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New tube-and-fin design makes evaporators and condensers more efficient without increasing their size
Programmable pins support PCBs during screen printing
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System automatically scans board and adjusts the pin pattern to resist deflection
Thermopolymer-driven actuators challenge hydraulics
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Phase changes power small-displacement, high-force hydrostatic actuators
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UPS powers everything during outage
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Motor-generator-engine combination supplies worry-free power
Radio modem facilitates fueling
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Delivery system gives fleet operators security and accountability
Electronic gage measures cryogenic liquids
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Unit offers accuracy, easy unit conversion, and remote operating capability
Rollers enhance linear rail system
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Roller rail has double the stiffness and load capacity of the same size ball rail
Permanent magnet limits rotary motion
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High-speed, limited-stroke actuator offers an inexpensive alternative to fully motored solutions




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