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Content posted in December 2003
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Software Shenanigans Spur Industry Action
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Code copying, unauthorized use surface. Alibre is the latest victim.
Lots more Zytel
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Demand Growing for Motion Control Products
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Semiconductor, medical heating industries up
Metal Foil Gets It Together
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A bit of foil and a small jolt of energy strengthen soldered joints
Diodes lay low
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Take the test
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LEDs Brighten Auto Design
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But high price remains the key obstacle
NKK's Switch Sampling Program
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It is not a free-for-all
China Trade
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Carbon-Fiber Drives Shaft Systems
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Composite drive shaft handles crash energy as well as assembles without the need for adhesives
ARM Camp Broadens Performance Scope
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Both low-cost and high-end processors offer more functions
Lab-On-Valve
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Vision, Robot Ease Antenna Fabrication
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Vision processing system and robot arm boost quality, versatility
High Flow, with High Life
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Greater flow rate increases throughput, features
Goodbye to PLM
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Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Plastic Progress
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A recent design competition highlights the growing capabilities of automotive plastics




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