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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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If you’ve noticed the recent news about electric cars and batteries, then it’s easy to wonder about the continuing wisdom behind public subsidies for EVs.
A slew of announcements about new materials and design concepts for transportation have come out of several trade shows focusing on plastics, aircraft interiors, heavy trucks, and automotive engineering. A few more announcements have come independent of any trade shows, maybe just because it's spring.
A group of collaborators wants to recast MacGyver or a show similar to it with a female protagonist as part “The Next MacGyver” competition, in order to get young girls interested in STEM fields.
Biomimicry and 3D printing have come together in new swarming ant and butterfly robots that act very much like their insect counterparts, the inventions of German robotics firm Festo.
Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones used to fare quite well in the repairability department, but last year's flagship S5 model took a tumble, scoring a meh-inducing 5/10. Will the newly redesigned S6 lead us back into star-studded territory, or will we sink further into the depths of a repairability black hole?
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