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Content posted in June 2007
Plastic Bearing Improvements from the Hannover Fair
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Molding breakthroughs from igus improve the cost and performance of plastic bearings
Adaptronics Controls Vibration At The Hannover Fair
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Adaptronic systems for vibration control in aircraft, robots and cars were on display at the Hannover Fair
Premier Farnell Sponsors $100,000 Electronics Design Contest
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Electronics' company intends to take winning entry into production
Agile 9.2.2 Sports New Business Intelligence Features
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6/4/2007  1 comment
Agile upgrade includes out-of-the-box decision support capabilities to improve product development
SAE Dummies Get Smart
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Sensors enable better measurement of chest, head forces
From 3D CAD to Mechatronics Software
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3D CAD was just the beginning of the software revolution at Japanís giant Dainippon Screen Manufacturing
Consumer Reportsí Survey Shows Toyota, Honda, Lexus Are Most Reliable
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Fifty-five of the 59 most reliable vehicles are from Japan




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