Bodine Electric Company has released its new and expanded 2007 Standard Products catalog, featuring over 1,000 AC, DC, and brushless DC fractional horsepower motors, gearmotors, and controls.
The Internet has become a daily tool box for many engineers to help them find, specify, and procure equipment. A myriad of sites offer a variety of functions associated with the specifying and purchasing process. However, RTD Co.
Lattice Technology Inc., developers of leading 3D publishing applications that use the ultra-compressed XVL 3D format have released a free trial of XVL Studio.
In celebration of its 65th anniversary, Edmund Optics (EO) has released its first-edition EO Master Source Book.
NKK Switches, an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of electromechanical switches,
The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium’s (ITC) newly designed website brings together ITC’s clearer focus on providing greater service to its members and potential members, as well as incorporating more historical information about the organization.
LCD specialist Apollo Display Technologies’ new website makes it easier for LCD users to locate and order the components, value-added enhancements, and kit solutions they need for their display applications.
ASM International and Granta Design have unveiled a materials database created specifically to support medical device design. At stake is the ability to radically reduce many aspects of R&D expenses and to accelerate the development of new devices.
Catalog Data Solutions, a leading provider of online product selection tools for industrial suppliers and distributors, offers a white paper entitled "Next Generation CAD Configurators Save Time and Money.
Adhesives are a key component in the assembly of a variety of medical devices. Unfortunately, specific curing requirements of certain types have caused difficulties for manufacturers using traditional adhesive options.
How does one redesign an 18,000 pound, 12 MeV electron linear accelerator that typically requires
Developing complex plastic medical components for high volume assembly can be greatly enhanced by taking advantage of early supplier involvement.
Electrosurgical devices require an energy platform to generate the power necessary to function properly. Working closely with surgeons on the design, a device maker has introduced a unit to provide exactly the type of control and power needed for these surgical tools.
Since plastics do not all present with the same attributes or offer the same physical characteristics, there is a need for specificity in the accelerated aging testing of them.