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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in November 2009
New Compact Class CNCs
11/25/2009  1 comment
Advanced software features move away from intensive G-code programming
Knovel Gets Personal
11/23/2009  Post a comment
My Knovel enhancements facilitate how engineers gather and interact with engineering information.
Maplesoft Extends MapleSim for Complex Physical Modeling
11/19/2009  Post a comment
MapleSim 3 and accompanying toolboxes tout user interface enhancements and new component libraries to handle more complex physical modeling.
Rockwell Extends Multidisciplinary Design Tools
11/12/2009  Post a comment
New software interoperability aimed at reducing cycle times
MTS Linear Position Sensor Extends Performance
11/12/2009  Post a comment
Predictive sensing algorithm provides position updates every 100 µsec
Rockwell's 'Essential Components' Program Speeds Design Cycle
11/12/2009  Post a comment
Development tools give stand-alone machine designers a head start
Mentor Graphics Steers FloEFD toward Concurrent CFD
11/11/2009  Post a comment
New release incorporates a feature for predicting cavitation effects, which lends itself to high-pressure system designs

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