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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in December 2004
COFES CONFAB
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Hosted PLM
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High-Flow Air Valves Simplify Router Design
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Compact valve stacks also help save costs
New Cushions
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Antidote to Office Pain: Adjustable Workstations
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New Cornell study underscores the benefits
Students Break Land-Speed Record
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CAD makes quick design changes possible
Time Saver
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EE and music
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Linking both helps development in file compression
New Release
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Adjustable Stops
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Designing in Nanoscales
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Step-and-flash imprint technology moves toward solution that offers lithography that is cost-effective and sub-50 nm
Management Tools Continue to Grow
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Three new products aim to ease design process
Distributor Websites Cater to Engineers
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Newly added features help boost returning traffic
Next Stop: Hollywood
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Rockwell employees capture the company nuance in drama




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