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Content posted in April 1999
Valves
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Chip making gets on the ball
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By creating ICs on silicon balls rather than silicon slices,manufacturers could save money, reduce fab sizes and say goodbye to clean rooms
France: A fountain of machine-tool-savvy
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Tour turns up novel systems, applications
Metals that make a difference
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Processing technologies enrich technical materials
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Active Project 4.0
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SolidWorks 98 Plus
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Whole lotta shaking goin' on
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Seismic enclosures help keep communications humming, even after a Big One hits
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Welcome to the house of the future!
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New homes will be filled with appliances and consumer products that operate through a seris of 0s and 1s




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