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Content posted in July 2004
NFPA's Outlook
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Wheel Offers Omni-Directional Motion
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Rim-mounted rollers move lift truck for tight maneuvering
PLM Confusion
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BMWs V8s Get Servo Under the Hood
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Motor continuously varies length of air path to engine
DSPs Power Down
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Chips, tools keep circuits sleeping
Flywheel ups
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Software Packages Offer Users More Power
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New 3D CAD and CAE upgrades cater to a global industry
TI Spices up Commodity Linear Products
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Design assistance for engineers is a key factor for growth
Mars Scout Mission Going Straight to the Source
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Phoenix will look for life and safe landing
Powder Prizes
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Design competition highlights powder metallurgy capabilities
Gear Guide
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Distributors Benefit from Aiding Developers
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Philips is among companies rewarding those who help engineers
Gages On Tour
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Compressor Performance Hits Fuel Cell Sweet Spot
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Non-wearing seal boosts efficiency, eliminates friction
Get The Lead Out, Say New Solder Regs
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Europe to ban lead-based solder by July 2006, but will engineers be ready?
Bayer Breaks Up Polymers Business
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It is possible that this corporate restructuring will ultimately push plastics into emerging applications
Two Chips for Three Jobs
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DSPs handle voice, video, and data
Toyota 'Gets The Feeling' With CAD
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Powertrain group works with PTC to incorporate its best practices in its software
Wireless key
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UGS Acquisition
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