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Content posted in May 1996
Standards Update
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Technical news from around the world
Self-aligning magetic bearing saves satellites
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Digital motion-control raises momentum wheel life expectancy
Technology Bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Electropneumatics unites crimping tool family
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Circuit board replaces air logic for a modular, more ergonomic design
Organizational vision forges the missing link
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Tips on guiding product development
How to avoid punitive damage awards
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Latest advice on engineering and the law
Rotary vane compressor improves AC efficiency
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Compact profile of cam-driven compressor requires less under-hood real estate
Piezo-based system controls spring diameters
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Precisely coils springs to accuracies of +/- 0.0005 inch
Integrated controller speeds robot design
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One platform eliminates the need for multiple controllers or board-level integration
Washington Beat
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Technical news from the capital
Technology Bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Sutureless corneal implants alleviate astigmatism
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Punch and die ensure accurate transplants
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Five-part carriage cuts guideway size
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Compact design provides twice the load-carrying capacity of same-size ball units




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