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Content posted in April 2005
Yes to Plastics
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Student program provides young engineers the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with plastic bearings
Analysis Meets Real World
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CAE vendors aim for true simulation
E2E Materials Webcast: Showcase for Innovation
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Experts share design, manufacturing, and cost-saving secrets
Developers Easing Move to 3D Design
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They are making 3D more intuitive than ever
LED Outlook Brightens
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More applications are switching to solid-state lighting
Scurry How-To
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Artificial antenna helps robots navigate like roaches
Sealed and Fit for the Navy
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New panel top version of optic mouse for extreme environments makes retrofitting easy
Not Small, It Is Super Mini
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Encoders of 0.472-inch diameter have arrived in the U.S.
Beams Shine, Chips Fly
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Lasers and machining centers get together in integrated tool building systems
Retrofit Renews Grinder Operation
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CNC grinder retrofit spurs production and eliminates headaches caused by maintainence
Free Seminars
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Bright Idea Saves Energy
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Digital ballast controls save power, trim parts count
NAB2005
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Inside Look at a Brand New FEA Release
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Engineer/reviewer Paris Altidis cites high points and low points
Hybrid Valve Offers Lower Cost, Longer Life
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Combines hydraulic power with electric actuation
Making Waves
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The Moog integrated servo motor/linear actuator assembly cuts size and cost in water wave application
Motorcycle Mania
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American Chopper hosts visit SolidWorks conference
Conference
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Broadening Their Fields
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Less costly FPGAs aimed at broader markets
Tomorrow's Army Starts to Take Shape
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New programs harness a raft of cutting-edge technology
New Book
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Back to the Future
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Exhibit provides a glimpse into auto design history
Power Analyzer Reaches 0.02 Percent Accuracy
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