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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in September 2008
Sensors Deliver Real-Time Info on New Minnesota Bridge
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9/25/2008  Post a comment
Sub-structure, super-structure incorporate strain gauges, accelerometers
Special Conveyors for Special Products
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9/24/2008  Post a comment
The Assembly Technology Expo highlighted some of the drive and control advances in conveyors used for solar, medical and other delicate manufacturing processes
Vision Panel Eliminates Need for Factory Floor PC
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9/24/2008  Post a comment
Seven-inch touch screen runs on Windows CE
Manufacturing Show Draws Big Machine Tool Makers
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9/8/2008  Post a comment
Participants target shop floor standardization
Machine Tools Talk Amongst Themselves at IMTS
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9/8/2008  Post a comment
A new open-source communication standard called MTConnect allows machine tools and other types of equipment to share process data without the need for proprietary software
Bosch-Rexroth Readies New Conveyors, Targets Solar Panels
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9/7/2008  Post a comment
B-R's new conveyors, to be introduced at NMW will include units that carry heavier loads and handle solar panels
PoE Machine Vision System Cuts Cable Clutter
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9/5/2008  Post a comment
By sending camera power over Ethernet, Baumer's upcoming machine vision system reduces wiring requirements
Vision System Shrinks Without Skimping
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9/5/2008  1 comment
Cognex's In-Sight Micro aims to win over machine builders who have to contend with small spaces and limited time to develop vision applications
Rebuilt New Orleans Levees Pass First Hurricane Test
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9/4/2008  1 comment
While the partially revitalized levee system held its ground during Gustav, major work is still required to deliver 100-year-level protection




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