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Content posted in December 2008
Wood Grain Standards Will Dramatically Reduce Baseball Bat Shattering
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Manufacturers must certify that the slope of wood grain meets tough standards
Practice Makes Perfect
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From life-sized, interactive mannequins to virtual reality systems, simulators are transforming medical training
More Engineers Turn to Injection Molding
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New materials and process technology reduce cost, time to market
Mechatronics: A 360-Degree View
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No matter what sector of engineering you examine, the need for cross-pollination of technical specialties is becoming a necessity
Needed Now: Engineering 'Synergists'
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More designers need a comfort level in a mix of technologies
Mechatronics Reduces Design, Production Costs
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Holistic approach to mechatronic designs reduces prototype iterations, minimizes unnecessary overhead
Moving up Safely
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Bellows protects ADA-compliant portable wheelchair lift
Thinking Beyond Tomorrow: Innovating with Mechatronics
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Tom Watson tells engineers not to let today's downsizing deter them from learning essential skills for the future
New Therapy for Cardiac Rhythm Disorder
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Force-sensing ablation catheter improves atrial fibrillation procedure




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