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Content posted in May 2006
Increasing Speed and Payloads
5/15/2006  Post a comment
Upgraded linear actuators offer higher speeds and load capacities
Future Plastics Are Here
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Advanced polymer technologies are starting to add more function
Power Electronics Conference Heats up Dallas
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Semiconductor technology continues to provide the relief for higher temperatures
Engineers Eliminate 'Field Hole' Problem in RFID Tags
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Could boost use of UHF tags in item-level applications
Sandia Examines 'Option of Last Resort'
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Scientists use massive supercomputer to determine how to knock speeding asteroid off potential collision course with Earth in 2036.
Pressure Powered Pump
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Pivot design produces long life in steam or pressurized gas applications
A new tool for analyzing complex systems
5/15/2006  Post a comment
MSC.Software's new multidisciplinary tool extends well beyond statics and dynamics

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