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Content posted in December 2000
Education, innovation are key
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12/18/2000  Post a comment
To the machine, the work of the machine, to man the thrill of further creation.
Designer's Corner
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Useful Technology for your idea file
'Twas the night before the program review
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The lighter side of engineering
Thoughts of the season
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One thing that has not changed the profession of design engineering: the critical nature of engineering, as this little-known Christmas poem relates.
Online CAD, FEA, and motion simulation
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Now you can rent a solution
Evaluate your performance
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Tips on guiding product development
Electrical/Electronics
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12/4/2000  Post a comment
The Best Products of 2000
New target for electronics
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Emerging Trends in Manufacturing
Flushing out low-flow toilet design
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The lighter side of engineering
Get out of their way
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How can management encourage and support energy and enthusiasm for work? By getting out of the way.
Designer's Corner
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