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Content posted in February 2009
SpaceClaim Rolls out 2009 Update
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2/27/2009  Post a comment
Updated tool includes new model preparation and enhanced analysis features
LED Driver Offers Full-Range, Flicker-Free Dimming
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2/18/2009  Post a comment
Enables LEDs to replace incandescent or halogen lights
Luminus, Nichia Produce New White Light LEDs
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2/17/2009  Post a comment
High-power devices could replace arrays of small LEDs
Autodesk Previews Inventor Fusion
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2/10/2009  Post a comment
New technology aims to unite parametric and direct modeling capabilities within one design tool
Camoplast Develops New Long-Fiber Injection Process
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2/9/2009  Post a comment
Bayer and Krauss-Maffei help Camoplast develop a polyurethane-based system for large molded parts
3M Targets Renewable Energy
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2/5/2009  Post a comment
New division will tap existing products and develop new technologies
iRobot Treads New Ground with Looj Gutter-Cleaning Device
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2/2/2009  1 comment
New Looj eats through debris thanks to improved auger, antenna and tread design




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