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As 200-ft-high roller coasters have become amusement park staples, designers look for new ideas to strike fear into the hearts of park patrons and move rides at higher and higher speeds
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Choosing Linear Guides for Smooth Moves
Although many engineers choose the linear guides they are most familiar with, taking time to study new and different types can lead to a superior fit and a better product, often at a lower price
Pneumatic Systems Sharpen Their Accuracy
Modifications to conventional components have moved pneumatic systems into the world of highly accurate motion control.
Lisp Program Calculates Sectional Properties
In the mechanical design of equipment and systems, sectional properties, such as centroid and moment of inertia, are necessary for calculating stresses, deflections, and buckling
Selecting Peristalitic Pump Tubing
Peristaltic pumps move fluids through tubes by squeezing the tubes with moving sets of rollers. Pump components include tubing and the pumphead, which has a stationary track and a rotating spring-loaded roller assembly known as the rotor
Don’t Print the Drawing — Print the Part-Drawing — Print the Part
The need for quick output of concept designs has spawned a new type of rapid-prototype machine that works handin- hand with CAD workstations in office settings
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