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Content tagged with Industrial Machinery
posted in July 2011
Gas Monitor Filters Out Water Vapor Interference
Product News 
7/29/2011  1 comment
Gas monitor features the ability to detect gas while filtering out water vapor interference.
Datasheets.com Components Search Site Launches
News 
7/28/2011  10 comments
The new electronics parts search website, Datasheets.com, has just launched as a partnership between UBM Electronics and SiliconExpert Technologies.
Putting a Chill Into Battery Thermal Runaway
Electronics News 
7/28/2011  4 comments
Thermal runaway is never far from the minds of design engineers who use lithium-ion batteries.
Opto's SNAP Gets iPhone App
News 
7/27/2011  10 comments
The Opto iPAC iOS App offers access to Opto’s SNAP PAC system via iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
Design Tool Sector Soars
CAD/CAM Corner 
7/27/2011  6 comments
The product lifecycle management (PLM) and design tool sector has returned to peak growth levels, according to a new CIMdata report.
Salary Survey Says You Make $93,465
Wolfe's Den 
7/26/2011  8 comments
The results of Design News annual salary survey are in and they say design engineers received their first increase in average base salary in two years.
Stratasys Develops Static-Dissipative ABS
Product News 
7/26/2011  3 comments
Electronics manufacturers can now produce assembly aids using additive manufacturing systems that quickly make precise parts from CAD files.
Embedded Multicore Goes Mainstream
Blog 
7/26/2011  4 comments
Multicore designs of four or more processors on a single chip are cheap enough for embedded and industrial applications, but not all multicore processors are appropriate for the task.
What's Your Favorite Engineering Movie?
Electronics News 
7/25/2011  41 comments
Design News looks at the best and worst science and engineering movies.
Gates Tags Toilet as Top Tech Challenge
Wolfe's Den 
7/20/2011  10 comments
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is challenging the engineering community to develop innovative toilets that can neutralize or extract energy from human waste.
Hot Off the Presses: Design News July Digital Issue
Wolfe's Den 
7/15/2011  6 comments
Design News's July issue is available in digital form, as an online e-magazine or a downloadable pdf.
European Machinery Isn't Safer
Guest Blogs 
7/14/2011  8 comments
Europe makes its machinery seem safer – but is it?
Are You an Interdisciplinary Engineer?
Wolfe's Den 
7/13/2011  9 comments
Are specialist designers on the wane, being replaced by generalists who can work comfortably across the boundaries of hardware, software, and embedded?
Sawstop Inventor Still Struggling to Save Fingers
Electronics News 
7/12/2011  22 comments
Stephen Gass may finally be on the verge of changing the power tool industry. Then again, this isn’t the first time he has believed that.
Automation & Control Getting iPhone App Enabled
Wolfe's Den 
7/11/2011  9 comments
Programmable logic controllers are beginning to connect beyond the confines of the factory floor, via iPhone Apps that display status data or even control PLCs directly via the over-the-air commands.
Siemens Issues SIMATIC Security Advisory
Wolfe's Den 
7/7/2011  6 comments
Siemens has issued a warning about a potential hacker entry point in its SIMATIC S7 family of programmable logic controllers, along with recommendations for protective security measures.
Will US Manufacturing Rebound Continue?
Wolfe's Den 
7/5/2011  8 comments
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector rose in June, according to the Institute for Supply Management.




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