Motion Control - From the editor's desk

From the editor's desk

Motion control industry set for an upturn
First Quarter 2005, Technews Publishing, News & events
From a great start with last year's Second Quarter edition, the magazine continues to do well at 40 pages.       Motion Control Buyers' Guide Those of you familiar with the Instrumentation and Control ...

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Editorial comment
Fourth Quarter 2005, Technews Publishing, News & events
With 2005 essentially over it is a good time to take a look at how Motion Control is doing and where we are heading.       Fluid power anchor While we would like Motion Control to become the 'one stop' ...

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Editorial comment
Third Quarter 2005, Technews Publishing, News & events
Things are warming up in this corner of the industry, with the introduction of the Motion Control Buyers' Guide, the online version (www.mcbg.co.za) and this quarter we see that there is a new pneumatics ...

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Somebody turned the lights on
Second Quarter 2005, Technews Publishing (SA Instrumentation & Control), News & events
Ever struggled to source a particular product or service to get your project moving? This quarter sees the first distribution of the new Motion Control Buyers' Guide. Those familiar with the Instrumentation ...

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Making amends
Fourth Quarter 2004, Technews Publishing, News & events
Our third quarter edition of Motion Control contained editorial comment that came down hard on those in industry who do not make correct use of SI units. Unfortunately, it was only some time after the ...

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Time to get rid of the BAR ... and open an MPa sports pub
Third Quarter 2004, Technews Publishing, News & events
An 'old timer' is keen to see correct adoption of the SI system of units. Roy Hemingway writes: "... It is about time that the hydraulic industry started to apply the SI system correctly. I recently ...

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Technews' vision for Motion Control
Second Quarter 2004, Technews Publishing, News & events
Technews is proud to present this (our first) issue of Motion Control - and I must say, it certainly looks set to live up to our expectations. Looking back at past issues of MC, and drawing from our experience ...

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