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Content posted in June 2003
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Casting the net
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Top 5 humor sites
Good Vibe
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Hydraulic Components Help Deliver Water to Los Angeles
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Rack-and-pinion actuators drive 30 butterfly valves
Gold Cools Cars
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Electroplated gold foil could insulate firewalls and exhaust systems
Tight wads
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Dotcom cash
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Lack of Standards Slows Adoption
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Large companies are waiting for interoperability
How to Fit a Square Peg in a Round Hole
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Software shows the easiest path for fitting assemblies together
Engineers Push Ethernet Further on Down the Food Chain
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Beckhoff says its new technology can scan an amazing 1,000 I/O points in 30 microseconds
MARS planes
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Robot Dreams
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No offense C-3PO, but robotics researcher Hagen Schempf does not like droids like you. His goal is to develop simple, reliable and affordable robots.
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