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Content posted in April 2007
Honeybee Flight-Ready Robotic Subsystem Design for Mars Mission
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Robotic subsystem for Mars instrument puts design focus on optimization
Parker Develops Smarter Seal
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New seal for oil drilling equipment fosters downhole automation with fiber-optic data communications and sensing capabilities
Alcoa Aluminum Shines in Sequel
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New aluminum technologies are used in hydrogen fuel cell-powered Chevy Sequel SUV
SpaceClaim Makes 3D CAD Debut
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New tool sports user interface advancements and flexible modeling capabilities
Drive Scaleability Improves
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End users increasingly want drive families that can address low- and high-power jobs
Regulators Get Smarter, More Efficient
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A new breed of regulators are helping designers deal with power supply complexities
Analyst iSuppli Says iPhone Prices, DemandWill Be High
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Demand for iPhone high because it combines the iPod with GSM phone functionality
Fast Machining at Protomold
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Protomold's behind-the-scenes computer cluster and home-grown manufacturing software speed operations
Rapid Prototyping Capabilities Advance
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New technologies allow creation of complex metal prototypes, as well as lower cost parts and printing
Progress, Challenges of More Hybrid Vehicles Discussed at SAE
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Hybrid Vehicle Technologies Symposium addressed the hottest powertrain technologies




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