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Content posted in December 2009
Polyolefin Film is Critical to Electric Vehicle Success
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12/30/2009  Post a comment
The membrane separator allows higher power, while reducing potential for runaway thermal buildup
Solar-Powered Scale Features Bioplastic Housing
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12/29/2009  Post a comment
New Japanese alloy boosts properties and reduces carbon footprint
IBM Simplifies Systems Software Development
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12/29/2009  Post a comment
Extends Rational portfolio to create a richer environment for developing and managing software-focused, "smarter" products
Dallas Cowboys Unveil 600 Ton Video Board Hoist
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12/23/2009  Post a comment
Networked automation lifts and lowers video board at Dallas Cowboys Stadium
Micro Moldings Average Two Grains in Size
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12/22/2009  Post a comment
Demand remains strong for tiny plastic parts as electronics and other markets miniaturize
TI Rolls out Wearable Development System
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12/22/2009  Post a comment
Serves as reference design for sports watches, fitness equipment, and wireless sensor nodes
New Protective Film Pairs Acrylic with PVDF
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12/18/2009  Post a comment
The initial target for Evonik Industries is exterior, vertical laminates
Microchip Devices Integrate USB, CAN and Ethernet
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12/16/2009  1 comment
Devices deliver greater integration to connected products
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Completes Successful First Flight
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12/16/2009  Post a comment
"The Engineers said we'd have a great airplane, and we do."
New, Greener Flame Retardant Targets Styrenics
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12/15/2009  Post a comment
Proprietary polymeric compound is an alternative to decabrominated compounds
Isight 4.0 Automates Simulation Workflows
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Dassault releases Isight upgrade with an emphasis on collaboration and process reuse.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Reaches First Flight Milestone
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12/14/2009  1 comment
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner's First Flight set for Tuesday, Dec. 15
Monitoring Machine Performance
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12/14/2009  Post a comment
Plant floor to enterprise connectivity is easy with KEPServerEX
New Xerox Ink May Shake up Electronics Manufacturing
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12/9/2009  Post a comment
Electronics can be easily incorporated in three-dimensional plastic parts for auto and other applications
Software Safety:  System Software Safety Demands Attention
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12/8/2009  Post a comment
When thinking about machine safety, the safety aspects of the software that controls those machines should also be considered.
Renewable Nylon Applications Start to Surge
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12/8/2009  Post a comment
Sixty-year-old polymer is booming because it is based in part on castor oil derivatives
Dell Powers up Precision Mobile Workstation
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12/7/2009  Post a comment
The Precision M6500 ushers in a host of performance capabilities that put the mobile platform on par with desktop workstations.
Autodesk Aims to Have Every Engineer Doing Simulation
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12/3/2009  Post a comment
Ease-of-use a key focus, starting with a smarter, less-annoying "Clippy" tool
Preview of Autodesk Inventor Publisher Technology Available
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12/2/2009  Post a comment
An easy way to create 3-D product documentation
The Carbon Nanotube Race Accelerates
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12/2/2009  Post a comment
Nanocyl builds 400 metric tons per year plant to meet projected demand




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