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Content posted in June 1998
TC-clamp
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Sensor ensures proper clamp operation
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Attaching the sensor to the clamping arm shaft, instead of the cylinder, improves performance
Mid-range CAD plays to packed houses
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Users now have a wide choice of mid-range CAD programs with higher functionality and lower prices
Steerable forceps makesinus surgery easier
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CAD and SLA help engineers simplify design and cut costs
Filmless x-ray systemmeasures bone density
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High-resolution direct digital x-ray capture and advanced image-processing software combine to detect osteoporosis
Flexing fiber
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Finger clamp
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