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Content posted in April 2014
Video: Autodesk Releases Inventor HSM 2015
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4/29/2014  2 comments
Autodesk has added CAM to the Inventor tools list for 2015.
Web Tool Simplifies Design of Circuit Protection
Product News 
4/25/2014  9 comments
A new web-based software tool aims to give engineers a fast, intuitive way to design circuit-protection systems for their electronic products.
New 3D-Printed Metals From EOS
Product News 
4/22/2014  3 comments
3D printer and materials maker EOS has released two new powder metal materials for its direct metal laser sintering EOSINT M-series machines: Titanium Ti64ELI and EOS StainlessSteel 316L.
Bionic Olympic Games Set for 2016
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4/21/2014  12 comments
Cybathlon is an Olympic-style competition for those with bionic prosthetics.
Rockwell Helps Machine Builders Design Safer Machines
Product News 
4/18/2014  4 comments
Rockwell Automation recently unveiled a new safety relay that can be configured and integrated through existing software to program safety logic in devices.
AMD Fires Up to Release New Graphics Card
Product News 
4/16/2014  2 comments
AMD is set to launch the industry's first 16 GB workstation graphics card -- the W9100.
IzoT Connects Industrial IoT
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4/11/2014  Post a comment
This kit -- IzoT from Echelon -- makes it easy to connect devices to the Industrial Internet of Things.
Embedded Computer Offers Faster Performance, Less Heat
Product News 
4/9/2014  7 comments
Engineers searching for a smaller embedded computer that combines high performance with extended temperature operation may now have a solution.
MCUs Cut Costs & Reduce Board Space in 8-Bit Applications
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4/8/2014  Post a comment
Engineers looking for ways to cut costs and reduce board space on closed-loop applications may now have a solution -- thanks to Microchip Technology.
A New Twist on Ethernet Bonded-Pair Cable
Product News 
4/7/2014  1 comment
Turck is producing Ethernet cables that stand up to harsh plant environments.
Silicone Materials Expand LED Lighting Design
Product News 
4/4/2014  4 comments
Dow Corning has introduced optical silicone materials that will help LED lamp and luminaire makers expand design possibilities and speed up manufacturing.
Stronger Aluminum Alloy Lightens Heavy Truck Wheels
News 
4/3/2014  2 comments
Alcoa calls its new forged aluminum wheel, made with an alloy it recently invented, the lightest in the world for heavy-duty trucks, at just over half the weight of an equivalent steel wheel.
Bluetooth Device Ends Distracted Driving
News 
4/2/2014  15 comments
Called SafeRide, the device works in conjunction with a smartphone app to lock the driver’s smartphone screen, mute the audio, and disable the hardware buttons as soon as the car starts moving.




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