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Content posted in July 1998
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Flared tube fitting stops hydraulic leakage
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Maintains seal between beveled edge of fitting and flared tube
Dustless driver
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Cool tool
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Quick coupling
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Design cycles shrink
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To get designs to market faster, engineers will need more efficient computers and new management techniques
Survival strategies from the trenches
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Engineers reveal their battle plans for conquering some of the top challenges of the coming century
Entrepreneurs on a roll
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Sometime in the next decade, 40% of Design News readers hope to start their own company. Here's the story of several creative engineers who have pulled it off
Dressed for success
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At ViaGrafix Corp., maker of training products and CAD software, the dress code is informal; the work ethic, driven
Systems, teams take center stage
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Advances in technology and new tools help engineers prove a whole is more than the sum of its parts
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