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Content posted in September 2004
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Sun and NVIDIA In Alliance
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They will bundle some products to boost performance
Simple Goals
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Prize Design
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Robots Unite
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One Click for Cost Savings
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Newly available is a software program that searches a popular plastics database for alternative materials
Digital Pump Appeals to Machine Makers
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Biggest advantage: They can still use existing PLCs
Ethernet Goes Industrial
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New chips bring high speed to factory floor
Speedy Silence
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The Outback, Soccer Robots, & Future Engineers
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Teachers from around the world get together to discuss how they get kids excited about science and engineering
One Mans Trash, Another Mans Treasure
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Swap meets offer an alternative for buying computer and electronic parts
Single Point of Control
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Ethernet networking unifies I/O, HMI, and hydraulic control into single control platform for new 160- and 1,600-ton presses
Bosch Wins Gold
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Taking Control
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National Instruments focuses on control applications
Back to Basics
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Global Research
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File Under Really Impractical Inventions
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Rocker engineer creates a $4K guitar tuner
NI T-shirts are badge of honor
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Priceless collectors item
Back to School
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3D Modeling Shortens Pump-Design Cycle
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Interference checks speed up development
Titanium Bearings Take to the Skies
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New coating key to design that is 40 percent lighter
Plastics glow
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Digital Hydraulics Extended to High-Flow Products
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Configure these valves through software
Controller Improves Router Design
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Remote diagnostics among added features
UGS Unveils NX3
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Release incorporates data management and process management capabilities
Microstepping Keeps Pace
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The drive for miniaturization, smoother motion, and lower costs keeps microstepping moving ahead
Business IM-ing
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Software Analyzes Power
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Target is high-performance IC packages, PCBs and systems
Stability for the A380
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Bearings take on a tough job
Translator Trauma
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CAD Companies Spar Over Translations
Force Feedback Key to Auto Throttle
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Pilots can now override the system
New Composite Lifts Off
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Here is an introduction to a new glass-reinforced version of a familiar thermoplastic
Expanded Site
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More Memory Helps Aging Chip Line
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I/O to extend life, 8-bit chips gain memory
Back to Basics
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FEA still key for verifying physical tests
Finally, a Telecom Boom?
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Boardmakers race to catch AdvancedTCA wave
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