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Content posted in June 2000
Engineering portals: the virtual supersite
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Gateways to information
In this new era, what matters most?
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Tips on guiding product development
Piezo valve could improve ink jet printing
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New technique is smaller, faster, and less costly than conventional solenoid valves
One engineer's view on ease of use
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Which CAD package is easiest to use? It depends on your project, says this engineer experienced in using several programs. Here is his pick for the winner
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Technology bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Cell-phone mania
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Are users that busy, or on a power trip?




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