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View Resource Mechatronics Education Center

In plain English, Mechatronics is how high-tech manufacturing gets done today. And it?s one of the fastest growing career areas in the world. From medicine to food processing, from auto assembly t...

http://www.mechatronics-mec.org/
View Resource FPGAs Under the Hood

High-level design tools offer field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology to engineers and scientists who have little or no digital hardware design expertise. Whether you use graphical...

http://machinedesign.com/whitepaper/fpgas-under-the-hood-111...
View Resource Using Simple Adaptive Control (SAC) Theory

What is the most important expectation from a Servo Controller worthwhile called a good one? At present, many products named ?Industrial Servo Controller? are in the market; however, to select a goo...

http://machinedesign.com/whitepaper/using-simple-adaptive-co...
View Resource Small Servocontrollers to Support “Friendlier” Industrial Robots

A stand-alone miniature servomotor controller that works inside a special robotic arm from Barrett Technology Inc., Cambridge, Mass., could boost robotics by making industrial robots more...

http://machinedesign.com/article/small-servocontrollers-to-s...
View Resource Force Sensors for Design

Learn how ultra-thin, customizable, flexible but accurate force sensors provide a cost-effective solution to designing sleeker, smaller and less expensive products.

http://machinedesign.com/ebook/force-sensors
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