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posted in December 2011
Light Cure Technology Bonds Adhesives
News 
12/27/2011  7 comments
The Loctite AssureCure System shows that the adhesive has cured fully and reached the desired strength for the application.
Machine Vision Searches for Interface Standard
News 
12/19/2011  16 comments
The USB3 Vision standard, based on the widely available USB 3.0 bus, will become available next year for building vision systems with lots of different hardware.
Does Machine Vision Need 10-Gigabit Ethernet?
Blog 
12/12/2011  12 comments
Some machine vision vendors have begun talking seriously about running GigE Vision-equipped cameras and other hardware over 10GigE backbone links in video networks.
Case Study: Tiny Wireless Heart Monitor
Product News 
12/12/2011  15 comments
An inexpensive, ANT-powered ECG patch promises to take the pressure off hospital intensive care units by predicting relapses.
aPriori Adds Costing Tool to CAD
News 
12/9/2011  5 comments
The aPriori costing engine determines the cost of a part or product directly from a CAD model, based on the materials to be used and the factory that will produce it.
Top 12 Hot Design Technologies for 2012
News 
12/8/2011  25 comments
Design News's pick of the top 12 technologies to watch in 2012, in automation, energy, sensors, communications, LED, and smart grid.
Study: Robotics Creates, Not Eliminates, Jobs
News 
12/8/2011  39 comments
While robots are eliminating repetitive factory jobs, the robotics industry is creating new technical jobs.
Hydraulic Hybrid Trucks Hit the Road
News 
12/7/2011  14 comments
Building on its successes in garbage trucks and parcel vehicles, hybrid hydraulic technology looks to lighter vehicles such as the Chrysler Town & Country minivan.
Where Does FFT Process Gain Come From?
Mechatronics Zone 
12/7/2011  6 comments
A look into digital signal processing via some chips which implement Fast Fourier Transforms (FFTs).
Slideshow: Best Gadget Freak Projects of 2011
Gadget Freak 
12/5/2011  22 comments
Here's a slideshow with links to our best homebrew engineering projects, drawn from the Design News Gadget Freak section.
Top 5 Materials Trends of 2011
News 
12/5/2011  11 comments
The five most important materials trends of this past year enable volume manufacturing.
CAD Upstart Gives Designers Holographic View
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/5/2011  15 comments
Using virtual-holographic 3D imagery, Infinite Z's new zSpace immersive 3D environment lets users interact and explore 3D models as if they were real, physical objects.
Little Robots Forge Automated Welding Cells
Engineering Materials 
12/2/2011  17 comments
Industrial robots that do welding and metal fabrication are getting both a lot smaller and a lot larger, depending on the size of the company using them and the type of welding configurations they need.
Do Engineers Have Appetite for Mobile Apps?
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/2/2011  22 comments
Unlike the consumer market, which is hungry for all things mobile, engineers remain slightly skeptical about the upside of design tool apps running on mobile platforms.




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