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May 03, 2010


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I have worked for about 20 years in the motion control and automation side of manufacturing, seeing quite a variety of industries and applications. The energy and efficiency revolution that has happened is indeed amazing. We do way more with less, and we do it better and faster. It's not just the tiny, ultra-computer controlled applications, but every process that involves movement.
I do have to say a lot of the advances have come from Europe. They have consistently been 10 years ahead of the US in this area.

Michael W. Kruse

"... a lot of the advances have come from Europe. "

I won't hold it against them. :-) I think energy is more costly in Europe than in the U.S. The higher the cost the greater the impetus toward innovation. As costs increase in the U.S. I expect innovation will accelerate here as well.

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