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Content posted in April 2004
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More Metals Keep Quiet
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New materials are poised to deliver improved damping
Motion Criteria Move Ahead
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OMAC Packaging Workgroup and PLCopen push improved standards for motion control
New Drives Rev Up
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Disk drives start popping up in cars
Hydraulic Motor Adds Speed Equipment
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Selectively powered pistons and cam lobes boost efficiency
Keep it rollin'
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Too Fat To Fly?
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The F-35 needs to shed some pounds, and lots of 'em
Package Design Heats Up
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Hot chips force changes in chassis cooling techniques
Sticky silicones
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Shift from heat-cured to liquid
Robots 2004
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Servo Labeler Advances Packaging Flexibility
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Up to 52 servos automatically adjust to bottle size and label shape requirements
Wild Over WiFi
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Design engineers clamor for development kit
Under the Hood at the SAE Show
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Fuel economy, emissions, and safety are big topics for automotive engineers
Lightning-Fast Fixtures
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Laser-cut fixtures help manufacturer weld metal enclosures for less
Learn to Fly
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Lock 'Em Up
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Models for the Masses
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Dimension reports that its new lower-cost rapid prototyping machine has been monstrously successful in the market
Get Your Motor Running
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Ferrari and SKF show leading-edge vehicle design
Strong Bodies
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Advanced high-strength steel promises weight loss, safety gains
I/O Connectivity Expands
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New solutions emerge for integrating I/O with motion control networks and host controllers
Gadget Freak Workshop Storms DN Booth
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Bobble heads lure attendees
EMC Comes to the Fore
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High-speed industrial systems push enclosure shielding needs
Lots of Cool Ideas at NDES. Here's One
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Big 'fridge' and flying 'ass' attract attention to booths at National Manufacturing Week
Products, Job Outlook, and Buzz
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See what you've missed besides conferences, exhibits, and a Scottish bagpipe troupe
Plastic Bearing Design Winners Show Ruggedness, Precision
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Bearings handle tough environments and provide lower costs and parts counts




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