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Content posted in August 2007
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Novacel Releases Novaguard Protective Auto Covering
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Adhesive covering protects cars from surface damage during shipping
Snaptron Inc. Releases New DT Series, IntelliTac Dome Switch
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8/30/2007  Post a comment
New dome switch features dual functionality for one switch
Minneapolis I-35W Bridge Removal, Rebuild Plans Move Forward
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Debris removal speeds up and new bridge plans emerge as last collapse victim is recovered
Lamar Lighting Releases Ophelia Motion Sensor Series
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Addition to Occusmart line
Boeing Performs Crash Test on 787 Dreamliner
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Tests currently under analysis
Boston’s Longfellow Bridge Has Structural Deficiencies
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Inspectors find two deteriorated support beams
New Avionics Corp. Releases Rain and Ice Sensor
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Optical sensor features no moving parts
Wireless Sensing without Batteries
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Energy harvesting provides the power for vibration monitor
Compact Power Supply Boosts Efficiency
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Patented design shrinks board space and operates at 75 percent efficiency
Smart Latch Door Latching Sensor Developed by Savannah River National Laboratory
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New alarm/indicator recognizes acoustic signature
How Irv Gordon Drove his 1966 Volvo P1800 Past 2.6 Million Miles
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8/23/2007  1 comment
Irv Gordon gives a first-hand look at how he maintains his 1966 Volvo P1800 with 2.6 million miles on it
Shure SE500PTH Sound-Isolating Earphone Claims Comfort and Quality in Small Package
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Shure SE500PTH series in-ear headphones bring comfort and quality
Magic WheelsCreates Gear Reduction Transmission for Wheelchairs
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New design promotes ease of use on incline and decline
MRC Introduces High-Temperature Plane Bearing Inserts
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Three-part construction is approved by USDA
Boeing’s New X-48B Plane Prototype Takes Test Flight
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Blended wing body design completes low-speed tests
One Stop Systems Releases New CompactPCI, 6U SYSMON II
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8/17/2007  Post a comment
System monitors system parameters and relates to remote PC
IFM Efector Inc. Releases New Line of Pump Diagnostic Pressure Sensors
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New sensors address in-line issues in real time
Boeing and 787 Dreamliner Suppliers Use Optical Transceivers to Reduce Aircraft Weight
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8/14/2007  Post a comment
Transceivers convert optical signal back to electronics
Honeywell’s Safety Light Curtains Now Boast Unbundled Features
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FF-ST series with unbundled features for customization
Norm Abram's Big Break and Continuing Wood Working Education
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NYW host Norm Abram kicked off his television career by building a garage/workshop with little waste
Russell Morash, the Father of How-To Television
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Russell Morash's how-to television career spans 54 years of public television
Titebond, Elmer’s and Gorilla in the Great Glue Rush
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Glue giants boast increase in glue number, type and quality
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