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Content posted in December 1998
Attention to detail makes effective connectors
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Integrating design inputs--from users to suppliers--pushes connector performance and versatility
The DN 100
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Good times, bad times for engineers at the top employers
Metal particles, polymers push connector performance
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Tailoring microparticle mechanics allows dense connectors, high currents and speeds, and heat dissipation
Designer's Corner
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In Brief
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Motorcycles: An engineers dream machine
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Engineers write about their dream bikes
Slap! Crack! Dwing! Thwock!
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Can new technology aid the athletically challenged? That
Ceramic bearings on a roll
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Thanks to superior properties and pricesin free fall, tough-as-nails ceramics are finding their way into more and more bearing applications
R&D is the key
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Tracing an oscilloscope company
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