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Content posted in October 2000
Cross-functional teams spawn excellence
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10/16/2000  Post a comment
While all manufacturers recognize the value of engineering excellence and strive to attain it, there are several different perspectives on how best to nurture it.
The job monster
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Looking for a new job? Check the Internet
Beware the effect of cost cutting
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Few industries are as notorious for squeezing vendors on price as the auto industry.
Standards Update
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Technical news from around the world
Designer's corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
If Computers are so fast...
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The lighter side of engineering
DIGITAL design grows up
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10/2/2000  Post a comment
It is not just CAD anymore
Hey that $@!* driver just cut me off!
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The lighter side of engineering
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Back seat dryer
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Ford likes to say it has a better idea. Judge for yourself whether this is one of them.
Edmund Industrial Optics promotes education
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Edmund Industrial Optics (EO) has been meeting the industrial optic needs of the engineering community for over 58 years.
It's Ford again
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10/2/2000  Post a comment
Results of the Design News 21st Annual Automotive Survey are in, and Ford once again has won the hearts of readers. But built-in PCs? Forget it!
Engineering career path
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Tips on guiding product development
Ford's green car menu
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When it comes to developing environmentally friendly vehicles, Ford claims to be the worldwide pacesetter.




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