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Content posted in May 2013
Epoxy Gel Compound for Sealing & Encapsulation
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5/21/2013  Post a comment
Master Bond's Super Gel 9 is a urethane modified epoxy gel featuring outstanding, unique properties.
Gadget Freak Case #241: Gloved Hand Controls Airplane's Flight
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5/17/2013  2 comments
Colorado State University students have created a gadget that guides a remote control airplane through the sensors in a glove.
Zuken: Intelligent Engineering
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5/14/2013  Post a comment
Zuken's CR-8000 enables multiple engineers working on common projects to collaborate with others.
Driving a Virtual Race Car
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5/14/2013  1 comment
Dallara Automobili uses a simulator to allow drivers to test virtual vehicles.
Gadget Freak Case #240: MEMS Mics Up Telescope
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5/9/2013  6 comments
Jerald Cogswell created a sonic telescope to grab sound and bring it as close to the user as the image.
Power Tip 21: Watch That Capacitor RMS Ripple Current Rating
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5/8/2013  Post a comment
Robert Kollman discusses a mistake designers make often: putting too much ripple current into a capacitor.




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