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Content posted in August 2007
Advanced Materials Solve Problems
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New plastics, elastomers and metals solve a wide range of tough technical problems
SolidWorks 2008 Reduces the Overhead of Learning CAD
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SolidWorks 2008 helps engineers more effectively exploit CAD capabilities without becoming a CAD expert
Organizations Go Green
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Meeting regional and global requirements requires a specific effort for some industries
New Materials and a Plethora of Processes
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Choices abound with new materials driving greater possibilities
Southco Develops Position-Control Hinges
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New technologies allow a creative approach to fastening and joining, one of the most important areas in product design
Sensors Shrink & Communicate without Wires or Batteries
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Expo in Illinois showcases these sensors and more
Myoelectric Prosthesis Wins Freescale Design Challenge
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Eight-bit micro design dramatically reduces cost
Siemens Automation Summit Goes Modern
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Osram Sylvania and Owens-Illinois modernized their production equipment using wireless technology and drive-based controls




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