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Content posted in February 2004
Software aims for efficient Workflow
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Users give feedback to Autodesk on need for multi-user access to smooth organization and collaboration tools
Direct drive revved up
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Rotary-motor makers tout better performance, easier installation
Ergonomics Conception
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Through pregnancy, Ford engineers have learned a few tips on ease-of-use
Film Star
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New LCD diffuser films target flaky coating failures
Ball Screw Equations Under Scrutiny
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Rethinking conventional load-life calculations
Another Contest
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Bigger is Sometimes Better
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Motor with freestanding stator grows in size
New and in view
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Hybrid Actuator Offers Precision, Cleanliness
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Device offers best of pneumatics and hydraulics
Right on the Buck
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Software upgrades allow efficient retrofitting of bill acceptors to read redesigned U.S. banknotes
Help From Space
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Hybrid Technology Blows Up
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Flexible and rigid plastics can now be brought together inside a blow mold
Top Casting
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Make a TV
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Sharp Toys
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VME Boards March Forward
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Military continues to be a driving market for venerable bus boards
Streetwise Composite Bonding
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Widespread use of automotive composites depends on good joining techniques to reduce stress concentration and fatigue
Silver Still Rules the Road—But for How Long?
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Darker grays and high-chroma colors that create a sense of richness have taken over a bigger share of the automotive color palette
Schneider Consolidates Automation Technologies
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PLCs, software target integrated applications
Soft Autos
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Buses Speed Up
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New architectures should make an impact this year, helping embedded systems run faster and easier
Battle Rages for Modeling Reality to Save Money
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Some CAE companies use stochastic simulation for uncertainty




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