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Content posted in January 1996
A New Beginning for CAD
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Windows and new architectures are revitalizing CAD offerings and making them easier to use
Suspension turns car into boat
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Close-up views of cutting-edge designs
Speed Demon
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Cyrix chip challenges Pentium for desktop dominance
New tricks from old standbys
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Design engineers innovate to keep mechanical power transmission components a mainstay of industry
Plastics infiltrate medical-device redesigns
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Advanced resins reduce the costs of medical procedures, upgrade patient care
Fastening system monitors clamp force
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Fastening system monitors clamp force
Technology forecast 1996
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From materials to fluid power, major technology advances are about to debut. Here is an exclusive Design News sneak preview of some breakthroughs that could boost flexibility this year.
Hot Products
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Noteworthy sensor products
Measure CAD's usefulness by its effect on competitiveness
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Exclusive interviews with technology leaders
Medical Design & Manufacturing West '96
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Noteworthy technology on display




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