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Content posted in August 2010
GF170 Smoking Permitted, but Bring a Roast
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8/23/2010  Post a comment
Anyone can drop a roast or spare ribs into a commercial meat smoker, but Peter Rauch decided to create an electronically controlled smoker that uses a programmable controller, touch-screen human-machine interface, and a network connection.
EOS_tooling
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8/21/2010  Post a comment
GF AgieCharmilles is teaming with EOS to show a start-to-finish process to produce molds with cost-saving conformal cooling channels.
Bal Seal Engineering - medelec animation
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8/19/2010  Post a comment
Bal Seal Engineering Inc. has announced plans to launch the world’s first integrated seal and electrical contact system for active implantable devices.
GF 169_IR Remote Control Toggles Appliances 4
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8/12/2010  Post a comment
Bill Bowden's infrared (IR) receiver decodes the signals from remote controls and uses the data to individually turn on or off four circuits via an isolated relay circuit.
GF 169_IR Remote Control Toggles Appliances 1
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Bill Bowden's infrared (IR) receiver decodes the signals from remote controls and uses the data to individually turn on or off four circuits via an isolated relay circuit.
GF 169_IR Remote Control Toggles Appliances 2
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Bill Bowden's infrared (IR) receiver decodes the signals from remote controls and uses the data to individually turn on or off four circuits via an isolated relay circuit.
GF 169_IR Remote Control Toggles Appliances 3
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Bill Bowden's infrared (IR) receiver decodes the signals from remote controls and uses the data to individually turn on or off four circuits via an isolated relay circuit.




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