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Content posted in March 1996
Ariane 5: Europe's heavy lifter
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New rocket should keep Europe the commercial-launch market leader
International Fluid Power Exposition & Conference
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April 23-25, 1996, McCormick Place North, Chicago
A sealing solution for the CFC ban
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Manufacturers of automobile air conditioners are changing to ethylene propylene (EP) sealing materials
Testing moves to 'Easy Street'
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From designing digital scopes that retain analog advantages to combining multiple instruments into one, America
AC Plies the high seas
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On the world
The ultimate shotgun
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Firearm offers sportsmen beauty and utility
National Design Engineering Show
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March 18 - 21, 1996, McCormick Place, Chicago
Magician behind a magic kingdom
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The quintessential Disney designer, John Hench, the Design News Special Achievement winner, has been a key part of virtually every success of Walt Disney Imagineering
Lonely by design
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Blame Curran Cotton, winner of the Design News Engineering Quality Award, for Maytag
For the Love of Flying
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Alan R. Mulally, the ninth Design News Engineer of the Year, drew on his deep enthusiasm for airplanes to propel the biggest product design effort of this decade--the Boeing 777
Model accuracy is the key in rapid prototyping
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