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Chrysler launches an aluminum revolution
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Using the aluminum design, more attachments can now be mounted on the cradle
These Guns For Hire
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As downsizing continues and pressure mounts to cut time to market, engineering services firms pick up the slack
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Product News
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Enclosures move beyond the ordinary
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Applications range from traditional to unconventional
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More on the Cassini
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LS-DYNA3D
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SOFTWARE LAB REVIEWS ON TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Hybrids get a second look
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Automakers may find that hybrid cars offer a way to meet challenging mileage and pollution-reduction goals
Plastics trim lawn tools
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High tech polymers make lawn and garden equipment lighter, stronger, and tougher




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