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Content posted in August 2014
Rehab Chair Delivers Right Dose of Tension & Vibration to Patients' Muscles
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8/28/2014  6 comments
Tolomatic ERD actuator provides high-tolerance, high-force capabilities at a low cost to innovative medical therapy machine.
Could Diesels Be Poised for a US Comeback?
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8/25/2014  64 comments
After a long hiatus here, the diesel engine could be poised to grab a bigger share of the US car market in the next five years.
How to Machine Aerospace-Grade Composites
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8/18/2014  21 comments
UK researchers have come up with a method for machining aerospace-grade, carbon fiber-reinforced composites, along with high-strength aerospace alloys, using an ultrasonically assisted machining device. It also works on high-strength aerospace alloys.
MagicCheck R2 Improves CAD Design Accuracy
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8/18/2014  2 comments
MagicCheck R2 software compares newly transferred CAD data against the original source to check for input errors.
Mouser, NI Team Up on Free Design Tool
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8/13/2014  3 comments
Mouser Electronics and National Instruments are teaming up to offer a free software tool aimed at simplifying the process of electronic circuit design.
Combining 3D Printing & CNC Milling in 1 Machine
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8/12/2014  3 comments
Combining additive and subtractive manufacturing in one machine is on the rise. A couple of the latest cases come from Flexible Robotic Environment and Hurco.
Accelerometer Combines High-Bandwidth, Three-Axis Performance
Product News 
8/4/2014  2 comments
Freescale Semiconductor is rolling out a high-bandwidth, three-axis accelerometer that could make it easier to monitor the health of industrial machinery.
Teardown: Amazon Fire Phone
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8/1/2014  29 comments
Watch as we teardown Amazon's Fire Phone -- the company's first smartphone, designed to compete with iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices.




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