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Content posted in March 1999
Vacuum lockdown stabilizes spin-stand platform
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3/22/1999  Post a comment
Pneumatic technique increases postion stability for disk-drive testing
Wearable computer enables 'hands-off' operation
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Flexible circuits enable users to wear it like a belt
One machine replaces starter and alternator
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Design features direct crankshaft starting, no flywheel
Cylindrical pump powers novel fire fighting system
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3/1/1999  Post a comment
Compressed air-foam fire fighting machines are half the weight, triple the efficiency of the best competing designs
Co-axial screw rail
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In a vertical orientation, engineers can design a system that drives the rail and screw independently to achieve a Z-theta drive system.




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