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Content posted in April 2006
What's new in 3D CAD?
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Harder Ceramic Armor
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A proprietary process boosts the hardness of boron carbide
FlashDrop AC Drives
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Change drive parameters without powering up unit
Pneumatic Plug and Play
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Versatile valve assembly provides pneumatic and electrical flexibility
Keep On Trucking
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Electrically-powered forklift trucks maneuver in tighter spaces
Factories Focus On Sharing Data
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More collaboration creates new demands
Reusable RTOS Aims For Military, Avionics
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Could cut months from design of aerospace displays and navigation systems
Tackling Large Assemblies
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Inventor 11 moves upward with more features and capabilities
Field Engineers Proliferate
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The role is taking on greater importance
Composite Wear Reductions
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Coatings promise to protect carbon-fiber-reinforced plastics
Full Speed Ahead
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Motors and Drives show offered informative tech sessions in Miami last February
Quick Custom Optical Networks
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Configurable network, using software-controlled physical layers, saves time testing host-bus adapter cards
Make Easy Music
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Highlights from the texas instruments developer conference
Quick Disconnect Squeezes into Tight Spots
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See the difference for this single line, single shut-off assembly
Lab Tests Interoperability of RapidIO Chips
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Highlights from the Texas Instruments Developer Conference
Microsoft Serves Up IP Protection For Embedded World
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Offers patent infringement indemnification to mobile-device makers




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