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Golden Mousetrap Awards: Design Hardware & Software Finalists

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Charles Murray
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Re: Golden Mousetrap Awards
Charles Murray   1/22/2013 8:35:38 PM
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I agree, Al. zSpace's concept seems like it has tremendous potential.

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apresher   1/22/2013 3:54:02 PM
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Very impressed with zSpace.

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Re: TI Webench System Power Architect
notarboca   1/22/2013 11:42:04 AM
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I, too, like the TI WeBench--versatile and readily available.  My other favorites are Creo's 2.0 and Infinite Z Inc. zSpace.  I would stand in line to use a 3D holographic CAD program like zSpace.

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tmash   1/22/2013 9:26:41 AM
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I am very impressed by most finalists there....particularly zSpace...thats a long shot into the future and these guys deserve my hat off and a 20/5...

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Congrats for the finalists
Mydesign   1/22/2013 4:47:09 AM
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Congratulation to all the finalists. Jennifer, any plan to include the winner or some of the interesting designs in our regular blogs.

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Tolomatic Online Electric Actuator
mrdon   1/21/2013 11:58:10 AM
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Lately a lot of vendors have been creating online tools for mobile, desktop, and PC machines and Tolomatic joins the ranks of developing Cloud Computing apps for engineers. Sounds like a cool tool for robotics or Mechatronics design work when selecting electric actuators. I'll be test driving this online tool as well.

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TI Webench System Power Architect
mrdon   1/21/2013 11:50:50 AM
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I've used TI's WeBench online tool with great success while designing LED Front Headlights for Visteon. What makes this new version of WeBench so appealing is the ability to design and test, through simulation, complete power systems. Can't wait to test drive the software.

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