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Content posted in December 2007
Boeing Wants to Recycle Dreamliner Scrap
Engineering Materials 
12/30/2007  Post a comment
Traum Tire Trouble
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12/20/2007  Post a comment
And early promo for email
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/19/2007  Post a comment
Electronic puzzle resets itself
Gadget Freak 
12/19/2007  Post a comment
Bad News for Auto Industry
Electronic News & Comment 
12/18/2007  Post a comment
Google's Grand Goal
Electronic News & Comment 
12/18/2007  Post a comment
Purdue Develops Damage-Sensing Tire
Electronic News & Comment 
12/17/2007  Post a comment
2007 in Review: How’s Your Arabic?
Engineering Materials 
12/15/2007  Post a comment
Cut Welding Costs with 'Zippered' Edges
Engineering Materials 
12/14/2007  Post a comment
An Electrical Outlet Wherever You Want It
Electronic News & Comment 
12/13/2007  Post a comment
Tactile robot hand
Gadget Freak 
12/13/2007  Post a comment
The Best And Worst Engineering Movies
Electronic News & Comment 
12/12/2007  2 comments
Honda's Tea-Serving Robots
Electronic News & Comment 
12/12/2007  Post a comment
Wind Power to the People
Blog 
12/10/2007  Post a comment
A home wind turbine will help you save money on energy costs
Engine Control + Torque Sensor = Improved Fuel Economy
Blog 
12/10/2007  1 comment
Technique uses the existing shaft for low cost measurement
Testing the Tools
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12/10/2007  Post a comment
Model-Based Design
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12/10/2007  Post a comment
It's the new branch of computer-aided engineering




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