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Message Boards posted in May 2014
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Simulation Identified & Solved Factory Noise Problem
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Structural Techniques Promise Better Ultracapacitors
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Lunar Crane Design
Last Message: 5/31/2014
  Comments: 19
Methods for mounting thermocouples
Last Message: 5/31/2014
  Comments: 1
25-Cent, 16-Bit MCUs Add Punch to Low End of MCU Market
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Concepts NREC's TurboMatch
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Computing Advances Permit New Integration Answers
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Cereplast Commercializes Algae-Based Bioplastic
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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CFD Tool Adds Moving Object Simulation
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Overmolding eases electronics assembly
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Understanding Aluminum Alloys
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Army Designs Tactical Microgrids for the Battlefield
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Ceramic-filled PTFE laminates
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Ethernet Converges on Factory Automation
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Unified Components and Controls for Robot Kinematics
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Gadget Freak Case #160: Chase the Stars with a Camera
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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VersaDrum Piston Pump Bulk Melters
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Slideshow: Automakers Roll Out Dream Cars
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Bearing Design Considerations in Medical Technology
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Cray CX1 Upgrade Supports Intel 5600 Processor
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Qosina Flow Control Switch
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Model-Based Automation & Control Creation
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Engineering Barbie
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Electric dragster sets speed record
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Surface-Mount Capacitor Provides PCB Space Savings
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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King of the off-road
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Children's Furniture Features Bioplastic Hybrid Compounds


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DT82I Data Logger
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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FitQuik Connectors
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Reduce Design Complexity
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Tool Steel Alternatives
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Dual Output Synchronous Step-Down DC/DC Controller
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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New Payment Methods Are Aimed at People on the Go
Last Message: 5/31/2014
  Comments: 12
TinkerBots Gives Tots a Robotic Building Kit
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Design Engineers Plan Push toward Injection Molding
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Beckhoff Automation's PC-based Solar Tracking Software
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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DuPont 'Doubles Up' to Speed Injection Molding
Last Message: 5/31/2014
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Four Game-Changing Fluid Power Technology Initiatives
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Compact actuator combines rotary/linear motion
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Closed Loop DC Speed Control
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Microchip Devices Integrate USB, CAN and Ethernet
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