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Content posted in August 2003
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Smoother Sailing
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By integrating control theory and fluid mechanics, Thomas Bewley is developing new ways to look at fundamental engineering challenges in turbulent flow systems.
It's What You Already Know That Counts
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New NX release incorporates knowledge-based features
Drives Help Pick Sticks
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Controls give operators all they can handle while cutting waste
SMMA conference
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New Release
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MEMS Technologies Roll Forward
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New applications, mandates help drive advances
Book It
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Dialing for Orders
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Parts ordering is easy over the web, but many engineers still prefer to pick up the phone
SCSI Goes Serial
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Scalability, speed rise sharply
Grounded for life
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Companies tighten up on travel
Exciting Dots
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On Your Mark, Get Set, Run Those Numbers
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New processors, workstations breaking performance records
Gammasphere, Physicists Star in the Incredible Hulk
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But peers in scientific community green with envy
Collaboration Offerings Grow
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OneSpace.net hits the streets in September
Dim sum ideas
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Why not to do take-out
Rethinking Molding Machine Hydraulics
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When size is considered, big molding machines may represent a worst-case scenario for electric motors
Simple Fastener Keeps the Fuel Flowing
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A redesigned fuel-line fastener cuts cost, not performance
Going flat
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Magic mirror
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What's next?
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Italians Tout Technology
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SUBFOR exhibition emphasizes motion, electronics, and materials
Quick Shooter
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Web-based mold design and high-speed CNC slash lead times
Bluetooth-Based Products Debut
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Wireless may soon be making in roads in fluid power apps
Grounded For Life
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Keystone to offer color-coded screw terminals
Engineers Stick with What They Know
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Most use only a small percentage of the features in their software
Online wizard
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Robot Eliminates External Controller
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Compact power electronics, FireWire help reduce size
Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
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