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Content posted in August 2011
Iglide Plastic Bushings in Palletizer
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8/29/2011  Post a comment
Watch igus's iglide plastic bushings in action in an industrial palletizer.
Iglide Plastic Bushings in Bicycles
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8/29/2011  1 comment
Learn how igus's iglide plastic bushings are used in bicycle technology.
Simulating the Iceberg Transfer
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8/25/2011  8 comments
Testing the feasibility of moving icebergs to solve the world’s water shortages, using simulation software from Dassault.
Phil Hester Talks Advanced Software
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8/16/2011  Post a comment
National Instruments VP of R&D Phil Hester provides a company update from the NIWeek conference in Austin, Texas.
Gadget Freak Case #192: The Ultimate Wireless Volume Control
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8/16/2011  4 comments
Andrew Morris created a volume control that connects between a computer and an amplified speaker system.
Design News Prius PHV Test Drive
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8/12/2011  1 comment
Design News weighs in on the technology of the upcoming Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid vehicle.
Artificial Lung May Save Lives During Surgeries
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8/12/2011  1 comment
Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein, principal investigator for tissue engineering at the Draper Labs, discusses a prototype.




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