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Content posted in August 2004
T-shirts are Badge of Honor
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Priceless Collector’s item
3D Modeling Shortens Pump-Design Cycle
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Engineers also can put more detail into models
Get Out There and Do Something! (This guy is.)
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A Q&A with engineering activist Ray Almgren
Firewire growth has “ambiguities”
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Machine vision adopts technology
Grand Challenge Redux
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Students begin prep for next year’s race
From PLC to PAC
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CEO Truchard outlines new focus
Cookbook Overkill
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In some designs, you do not need all the ingredients
Websites Get Richer
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More information wit fewer clicks means more hits




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