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Content posted in November 2004
E2E Webcast Probes Hot Motion Control Trends
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Online seminars feature leading-edge ideas
Ready or Not, Here Comes Digital
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Digital chipsets and monolithic ICs provide high-density dc-dc power
DC Servo Motor
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Wood: Newest Electronic-Enclosure Material
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Innovations in overmolding are the key
Zener Arrays
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Smooth Sailing
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Body and vehicle control benefit from declining chip prices
A Vote for Software-Based Design
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CAD, CAE enable design of voting machine for handicapped
Micro Motor Locks Up Reliability
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Applications range from residential to robotics
Will Packagers Line Up for Motors?
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Some new motor designs could bring flexibility and speed to packaging machines given half a chance. First, there is convincing to do.
This Tool is Good for Manufacturing, Too
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New FEA product has fast solver, among other features
Pretty parts
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Saving Private Data
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Beefed-up external drives store more data and faster
Academia Slams Visa Policies
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Tighter government controls are blocking out more students and scholars
Racers Edge
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Get Certified
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Put Trust on Paper
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Makers of electronic voting systems hope voter-verified paper audit trails will boost user confidence
Trade Reports
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Good Vibrations
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3D Grows; Here is Why
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Lifelike representations, downstream use bolster design process
Valve Module Controls Conveyors Without a Central Computer
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Each zone gets sensor, air supply line, and pneumatic actuator




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