The TSE mechanical encoder from CUI Stack Inc., Beaverton, Oreg., features a hollow shaft, eliminating the need to place the encoder directly behind the front panel. User-definable shaft lengths let the encoder be placed deep within the product's...
New high-tech clubs and balls are designed to hit golfers' sweet spots
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Trade exchanges put automakers in the driver's seat by tapping the Internet to form a new business model.
With strict government requirements in place, appliance manufacturers are going all-out to make their wares more energy efficient. The results speak for themselves.
Today's home refrigerators, brimming with whiz-bang features and high-tech components, have transformed from energy hogs to misers. Even more fascinating though is how they got there.
An engine designed by engineers at Sanderson Engine Development LLC, Upton, Mass., uses a U-joint that replaces the crankshaft and connecting rods.
Automakers read the tea leaves, crossed their fingers, and unveiled concept vehicles at Detroit's North American International Auto Show.
A hi-tech cocoon of communications, armor, and navigation gear will make tomorrow's infantryman more aware of what's happening on the battlefield -- and more lethal.
After a few crucial modifications, standard pickup trucks could soon be ferrying troops and equipment for the U.S. Army. And after four years of active duty, the slightly used war-horses could be sold to civilians.