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Content posted in September 1997
Visio Technical 4.5
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The ultimate water-craft
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This jet skims the line between boat and ski
Engines of promise?
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Dirty laundry's new spin
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New washing machine saves water, washes cleaner
Micromachines that work!
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MEMS constitute one of technology
Grooved bearings boost scanner performance
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Schematic arrangement of EMM system
Load cell technology boosts hardness tester's accuracy
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Hardness tester techniques
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Wescon-IC Expo 97
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Noteworthy technology on display
Differentiating amplifier helps detect small leaks
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Detector scans for leaks
Shopping becomes a 'smart' experience
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Boxes replace bags in self-scanning supermarket system
Engineering Productivity Kit -- Materials that improve design
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Plastics survive through heat, snow, and more of Mother Nature
Hot products
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Composites, computers, & sensors boost the space station
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COVER STORY PART THREE ? AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY
The ultimate business jet
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Equal parts hot rod and Rolls-Royce, the Gulfstream V rules the
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