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Content posted in March 1997
Dawn of the smart conveyor
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New concept simplifies maintenance, uses less energy than conventional conveyor lines
Assembly lines go cordless
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Rolling-element clutch of screwdriver allows precise torque control
Powertrain for the next century
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Porsche introduces their first new sports car in 19 years
Product News
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Product News
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CAD clears the mine field
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For the elegance, practicality, and robustness of his robotics designs, Design News awards David Parish the 1996 Microsoft PC Excellence in Computer-Aided Design Award
More on Galileo
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Scientific objectives of Galileo
Barnstormer of the Deep
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The career of Graham Hawkes, a pioneer in engineering advanced submersibles, has truly been a voyage to the bottom of the sea
King of the off-road
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With a phenomena sales record that spans two decades, Ford continues to set the pace in pickup truck design
Galileo Probe's Guardian Angel
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Bernard Dagarin, voted the 10th Design News Engineer of the year, guided a high-stakes project to unlock the secrets of Jupiter
This FlipChart saves your notes
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The Interactive FlipChart provides the flip-chart user in group meetings with traditional paper while capturing the information on a computer




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