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The Perfect Balance of Price and High Quality

Your search for a low-cost, high-quality oscilloscope is over! Keysight's new InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes feature industry-proven technology at the ultralow starting price of $449*. They have 50- to 100-MHz models and deliver industry-leading software analysis with 6-in-1 instrument integration.

Posted in: White Papers, Software, Test & Measurement

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Virtual Product Development of Audio Systems with COMSOL Multiphysics®

In conjunction with SAEIf you are interested in acoustic simulation, then tune into this webinar with guest speaker François Malbos from the Harman Virtual Product Development team.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars, Data Acquisition

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Thermal Management Solutions for Directed Energy Applications

Directed Energy is an emerging technology that is being utilized in a variety of military and other applications. These high powered devices demand superior thermal management that operates effectively and reliably in ever decreasing foot print areas. Not only do these systems need to maintain a safe operating temperature, they often demand strict temperature uniformity across the system.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars, Energy

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Using UVC LEDs to Reduce the Spread of Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs)

According to FDA, contact with infected objects and medical devices is a leading cause of healthcare associated infections (HAIs). Reducing HAIs by better understanding the effectiveness of antimicrobials, sterilization, and reprocessing of medical devices is one of the agency’s regulatory science priorities for 2017.

Posted in: Webinars, On-Demand Webinars, LEDs, Medical

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Is 3D printing the future of construction?

This week's Question: San Francisco-based startup Apis Cor recently used its giant 3D printer to build a small home — in under 24 hours, according to the company. The mobile technology printed out the house's walls, partitions, and building envelope; then, a group of contractors installed insulation, windows, appliances, and a roof. Apis Cor says the homes can be built for a cost of approximately $10,000. What do you think? Is 3D printing the future of construction?

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Survival of the Fittest - the Process Control Imperative

In tough times, manufacturers focus on reducing their operating costs, but may not be able to afford to spend their way out by buying more productive machinery. With that pathway closed, what are the opportunities for radically reducing costs without replacing existing machines? This paper explores Productive Process Pyramid™ and the four areas where substantial savings can be found if firms are prepared to change the way they control their machining processes.

Posted in: White Papers, Defense, Energy, Manufacturing & Prototyping

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Thermoplastics: The Strongest Choice for 3D Printing

Fused deposition modeling (FDM) gives you the option of making functional plastic parts with the most commonly used industrial-grade thermoplastics – the same types of raw materials found in injection molding facilities. That’s important because the best way to predict a product’s end performance is to prototype it with a material as similar as possible to the finished part.

Posted in: Dynamic White Papers, Manufacturing & Prototyping

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