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posted in April 2012
Reader Caption Contest: Old Time Factory Floor
Wolfe's Den 
4/19/2012  79 comments
Design News readers are asked to submit their captions for a cartoon, as part of our monthly reader caption contest.
Bio-Based Vinyls May Cost Less
News 
4/17/2012  26 comments
Vinyl compounds that incorporate bio-based plasticizers to make them flexible are equal or better in performance to their traditional counterparts based on petrochemicals, but may be more cost-effective.
ABB Robot Package Simplifies Palletizing Automation
Product News 
4/16/2012  17 comments
A robot package that puts together hardware and software for automating high-speed, end-of-line palletizing is easier to program and integrate into existing lines.
Single-Camera 3D Microscope Eases Fatigue
Product News 
4/13/2012  7 comments
A single-lens 3D microscope is designed to improve the alignment of stereo images and save engineers from the discomfort typically associated with industrial inspection.
Short Circuit Stymies First Shift
Sherlock Ohms 
4/10/2012  12 comments
Sometimes finding the a short requires combing through dozens of wires, one by one by one.
Femtosecond Camera Sees Around Corners
Engineering Materials 
4/5/2012  17 comments
A video camera system sees beyond the line of sight using a femtosecond laser that bounces light off of walls and floors.
Renesas MCUs Promote Precise Motor Control
Product News 
4/2/2012  10 comments
Using a new 32-bit microcontroller family, engineers may now have a more cost-effective way of delivering precise power control to products ranging from washers and dryers to solar inverters.




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