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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in April 2009
ThomasNet Aims for One-Stop Shop
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4/30/2009  Post a comment
In addition to downloadable 3-D CAD models, engineers can now access product specs and pricing data when researching and sourcing industrial components.
SolidWorks Serves up Stimulus for Displaced Engineers
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4/23/2009  Post a comment
Free 90-day license and training materials will help out-of-work engineers sharpen their 3-D skills
Caustic Redefines Raytracing for the Desktop
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4/22/2009  Post a comment
CausticRT SDK aims to bring cinema-quality 3-D graphics capabilities to mainstream design tools.
Siemens Unveils Integrated Automation Solution
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4/21/2009  Post a comment
Step 7 Basic Engineering Software is at the core
Car Companies Steer toward Flexible Manufacturing
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4/20/2009  1 comment
PLM and digital manufacturing software can help automakers retool so multiple vehicles can be built on the same production lines
Engineering Information at Your Fingertips
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4/20/2009  1 comment
Knovel.com provides reliable, technical "know-how"




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