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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in December 2008
Autodesk Takes Aim at CAE with Algor Acquisition
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12/18/2008  Post a comment
New addition rounds out the Inventor digital prototyping solution with new multiphysics simulation capabilities
PTC Targets Environmental Compliance with Synapsis Acquisition
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12/16/2008  Post a comment
Technology bolsters Windchill's ability to handle REACH, RoHS WEEE and other regulatory directives
IBM/Dassault Takes Flight with EADS' PHENIX PLM Project
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12/8/2008  Post a comment
V6 lineup will facilitate deeper integration between mechanical, electrical and software components of product development
Gadget Freak Case #131: This Gadget Blows a Sonic Boom
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12/8/2008  1 comment
John Tindall's Sonic Boom Cannon Array produces an on-ground sonic boom - no 600 mph fighter jet required
A Better Belt Drive
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12/5/2008  1 comment
A new linear actuator from Bell-Everman takes belt drive performance into linear motor territory




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