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Content posted in April 2010
Linear Shaft Servomotors
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4/26/2010  Post a comment
Motor technology offers precision, simplicity and completely non-contact linear motion
Polymer Honeycomb Structures Target Aircraft Engines
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4/26/2010  Post a comment
They fill performance gaps, reduce cost and enhance design freedom
Eastman Considers Sale of its PET Business
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Reduced North America demand, low-priced imports spur review
New Aras Innovator Tuned for Global PLM Deployments
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4/21/2010  Post a comment
Enterprise manageability and security functions top the list of new features for the open source PLM platform
Stratasys Delivers First HP-Branded 3-D Printers
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4/19/2010  3 comments
The scope of rapid prototyping is expected to mushroom with the marketing power of Hewlett-Packard
Measuring Glass Thickness
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4/15/2010  Post a comment
New laser displacement sensors reduce waste and increase glass handling throughput
Non-halogenated Plastic Gains Ground in Wiring
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4/15/2010  1 comment
Modified PPO replaces PVC in cars and equipment, saving space
Transforming Fluid Power
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Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) pursues new research initiatives
Efforts to Replace Halogenated Polymers Are Speeding Up
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New liquid crystal polymers target electrical, electronic applications
Recycled Plastics Start to Clean Up Their Act
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4/13/2010  Post a comment
An electronics category focuses on computer waste
Manned Solar-Powered Aircraft Makes Successful Maiden Flight
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4/8/2010  Post a comment
Light weight is achieved through innovative use of advanced polymer technologies
TI Unveils 25-Cent, 16-Bit MCU
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New "Value Line" offers 16-MIPS operation for 8-bit costs
The Dawning of Intelligent Wind Turbines
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Catch The Wind's sensor technology could boost turbine efficiency as much as 10 to 15 percent
Molding Replaces Cast Brass Valve
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4/6/2010  Post a comment
Complex flow paths no longer require extensive secondary machining
Dassault Closes IBM PLM Acquisition
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4/6/2010  1 comment
$600 million deal gives customers a unified PLM portfolio
Energy Recovery Design
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4/6/2010  Post a comment
Simplicity of pressure exchanger device design is crucial for seawater reverse osmosis
Autodesk 2011 Overhauls Digital Prototyping Lineup
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4/2/2010  Post a comment
With Inventor 2011 at its core, Autodesk Manufacturing 2011 brings enhanced visualization and simulation capabilities to manufacturing customers
Recycled Carbon Fibers Demonstrate Excellent Properties
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RTP tests materials made from Boeing, Dreamliner scrap
Princeton Research Boosts Printing of Conductive Plastics
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4/1/2010  1 comment
Cartridges could be used to inexpensively apply organic materials
Demand for Gears Is up
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4/1/2010  Post a comment
U.S. demand for gears and gear assemblies driven by rebounding auto production




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ABI Research, a firm based in the UK that specializes in analyzing global connectivity and other emerging technologies, estimates there will be 40.9 billion active wirelessly interconnected “things” by 2020. The driving force is the usual suspect: the Internet of Things.
Just in time for Earth Day, chemicals leader Bayer MaterialScience reported from the UTECH Europe 2015 polyurethane show on programs and applications using its materials to help reduce energy usage. The company also gave an update on its CO2-based PU as that eco-friendly material comes closer to production.
Solar and wind energy are becoming more viable as a source of energy on the electric grid. For decades, the major drawback to solar and wind was that they’re temperamental. A cloudy day kills solar and a still day renders the wind turbines useless. Automation tools, however, are providing a path to help these renewables become practical.
In honor of Earth Day, the National Security Agency has launched the STEM Recycling Challenge in Maryland schools to encourage kids to think about where the garbage they throw out every day actually goes. The agency has also introduced “Dunk,” a muscular blue cartoon recycling bin wearing shorts and sneakers.
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