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Content posted in December 1999
The DN100
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The top 100 engineering companies for engineers to work for
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'Smart' shock absorber needs no electronics
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Using a fast-acting hydraulic valve, engineers have created a smart shock absorber
Product News
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Insulation displacement makes the connection
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Engineers have to squeeze their designs and the use of electrical connections is no exception
New life for old coatings
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Old coatings may wear away, but they don
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Best Products of 1999
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