We recently spent time with one of our applications engineers, Dan Fletcher, to go over some basic info about choosing and sizing our DualVee linear bearings. That conversation turned into a three-part series we shared on our blog. We invite you to check it out!
Part I: Spec'ing a Guide Wheel
PRECISION AND SPEED are two factors are critical when choosing what linear guide system works best for your needs. Many other factors have to be taken into…Continue
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According to Kelly's info graphic, the "E" in "STEM", the engineering jobs future looks bright up to 2020. (Click pic to see Kelly's full info-graphic PDF)…
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Personally in the past I have felt it can be a daunting task for an electronic fanatic to gather the required electronic components for any project. Some parts are hard to get in some countries and the high cost aggravated by shipping and administration I find so frustrating.
However, luckily the internet is slowly taking root to nurture talents and boost young minds of such people short of cash but with innovative ideas such…Continue
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Xilinx Inc. will invest $50 million to expand its electronics engineering operations, located at the company’s EMEA headquarters in Dublin and Cork, Ireland. The company will recruit 45 senior silicon and electronics engineering staff for its regional headquarters in Dublin and for its engineering center in Cork. A further 15 staffers will be hired across a broad range of disciplines supporting the continued growth of Xilinx in Ireland.
The new investment is supported by Irish…Continue
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T’is the season where we hear the sounds of Pomp and Circumstance. The one song that never gets old. Exuberating throughout the atmosphere where the graduation ceremony is being held, are feelings of pride, joy, and relief (mostly for parents). Happy are the graduates’ whom have completed their curriculum laid out before them. As a reward for their recent achievements, diplomas and certificates acknowledge graduates’ completion of their program. Congratulations!
Now that the fanfare…Continue
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How many of you are like me and will probably die with a student loan balance? Are you constantly looking for a solution that will resolve your student loan repayment situations. There may be help and it may be soon. (I use the verb "may" with added caution.) In 2008, United States President, George W. Bush, signed into legislation a "Loan Forgiveness" bill that includes students and graduates in the engineering field/profession. President Bush's desire was to encourage more of his citizens…Continue
A lot of CNC machines use up to 100 DualVee guide wheels and the track to match. We talked to one of our design engineers about why and how in today's "Coffee Chat."
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We're hiring, and one of the positions is for a Mechatronics Engineer. CLICK HERE to check out our career page and download the job description!
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So I was reading through Twitter this morning and came across this article. After reading it, I thought Heck, this should go for everyone, especially Engineers! Engineer's have the unique opportunity to develop products from the ground up, so this advice almost speaks directly to YOU!
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Society’s expectation of technology has changed. Do you remember when a black and white television was the best picture available? Do you remember when a Commodore 64 was the best home
computer? Do you remember the days when a dial-up connection was the
only way to access the internet?
Every product above was the most basic model of some objects we use regularly today. HDTV, Laptop, and especially Wi-Fi are at…
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You bet. Take a break from the job world and watch this series of videos on YouTube titled ... "This Week In Engineering". Great stuff. The latest Engineering News made both interesting and entertaining.…Continue
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