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Content posted in October 1998
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Check valves
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Engine cleaner
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Interface products
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Spray valve
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Polymers help put vehicles on a lightweight diet
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Plastics infiltrate more automotive applications
Cable ties
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Bearing
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System modeling tool
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Injection molding
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Linear actuator
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Microcontrollers
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Compatibility is key
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Associate Editor Laurie Peach picks noteworthy CAE Software
Electric cylinder
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In Accord with the road
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Design News readers select the Honda Accord as their number-one choice in the 19th Annual Auto Survey
FITTINGS
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Polypropylene resins
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CADSI addresses Windows & UNIX
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Associate Editor Laurie Peach picks noteworthy CAE Software
Filter
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Sleeving
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And for the power industry
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Associate Editor Laurie Peach picks noteworthy CAE Software
Break Time 10-5-98
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Motors
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Loudspeakers
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Here come the '99s
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Just ahead of the new millenium, car makers are gearing up with new styling, engines, transmission technologies, body designs, safety features, and electronic goodies that will make next year a pleasure in the vehicle of your choice
Photoelectric sensors
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Coaxial connectors
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Fabrics
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Bearings
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Out of Juice! 10-5-98
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Cartridges
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Studs
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Cast nylon
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Transmitters
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Arm effector
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Finishing tools
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Vibrator bowl system
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Bus bars
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Design software
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Converter
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Retaining rings
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