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Automotive Design

New opportunities in hydraulics

Markus Linzmaier describes how RFID technology opens up new options in hydraulics

Already available additive technology

Peter Cookson explains why vacuum brazing is a form of proven, high-performance additive manufacturing

Seal-less pumps for emissions control

Challenge of minimising the environmental impact of industrial processes has never been greater


Weight-reduced oil hoses for tempering batteries

ContiTech develops new solutions for efficient electromobility

Potting epoxy cures fast at low oven temperatures

Formulated for temperature-sensitive applications in electronics

Understanding non-contact colour measurement

In order to successfully utilise the benefits that modern colour sensors can offer, it is important to understand how sensors measure colour, says Stephen Smith

Outsourcing partnerships that prosper

Manufacturers now consider ‘outsourcing’ as a partnership, rather than a supplier relationship. Stephen Dyson explains why outsourcing projects with trusted partners makes sense

Why it’s time to focus on metal 3D printing

Metal 3D printing is set to grow dramatically over the next five years, but it’s not without its challenges. Paul Tickle reports

Go beyond the traditional automotive supply chain

The gradual demise of some of Europe’s best loved marques demonstrates the importance of efficient supply and the vital role it plays in preserving profitability. Harmony Merwitz reports

One minute curing resin

Specifically developed for resin transfer moulding processes with glass or carbon fibres

Cleaning parts in one minute or less

Suitable for use in industrial, automotive, aviation, construction, manufacturing and food processing sectors

Computer-aided engineering drives hydraulics to new heights

Jim Cairney looks at the use of computer modelling techniques in the development of hydraulics

MCUs target in-cabin touch interface and motor control applications

Silicon Labs launches AEC-Q100-qualified EFM8 microcontrollers for automotive market

Force sensors in user interfaces

James Hayward looks at the $1.8bn market for force sensors in user interfaces as they move beyond touch

Manufacturing the connected car

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the increased use of cloud computing in automotive manufacturing and how it is speeding up innovation

Autonomous cars ... considering the human factors

Boris Sedacca explores why autonomous cars might well be able to operate alone, they cannot truly be driverless

Fluid solutions for future commercial vehicles

Mark Klein-Hietpas and Jacques Malfroy discuss hoses and lines for new drive systems and alternative fuels

60 and 100V automotive N-Channel MOSFETs

Devices provide low ON-resistance for load switch applications

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