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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in October 2005
NASA Program Finds Fix for Motor Problem
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Space agency brings hi-tech to the everyday
The Grueling Race to Boost Failing Hearts
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Device makers are still struggling to gain approval for VADs
Knowledge-Based Engineering—Automating for Profitability
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Manufacturing firms are combining their intellectual property with product know-how to improve efficiency and lower costs
Two Fans Better Than One
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Car blower combines approaches for steady hp gain
Compressor Maker Adjusts Speed
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Energy savings, better supply pressures are main selling points
The Big Picture
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Engineers can see huge images, share graphics worldwide
Cleaning Up Diesel Engines, Fuels
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Lower emissions rules will spark major changes
Sheeter Maker Swaps PLC for PC
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Customer demand spurs change




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