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Content posted in February 2004
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Leaner, not meaner
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Close relationships throughout supply chain yield big payoff
Government aims to help exporters
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Agencies offer services, statistics
Making the link
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Program gives “casual users” access to CAD data
Companies turn outside for new ideas
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Interdisciplinary teams collaborate for a year
Manufacturing in Space
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Assembling machinery while in orbit just one of NASA’s challenges
Autodesk to Acquire MechSoft Technology
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“Functional Design” the goal
Pneumatic Actuator Choices Expand
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New products have no pistons, rods, or sliding seals
Composite body panels, hold the paint
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Now they're deemed tough enough and pretty enough to reside on car exteriors
Sensor technology addresses many needs
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New products sense remote temperature, heavy loads
Kickass Gimmicks
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Flying 'ass' and William "Fridge" Perry continue to draw crowds for Big Ass Fans
CFD Program Lets Engineers Work in CAD model
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Virtual prototyping capability reportedly saves time in design
Patent Pending
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Tips for getting a good patent
Worries and Solutions
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Industry leaders address the present and future of CAD/CAM
Knowledge Management Pays Off
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SKF realizes benefits from linking shop-floor acquired data with enterprise business planning
Strain Relief for Cables
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Gore’s new tool replacement assemblies resist torsional bending
Pavilion to disperse cash
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Financiers can help companies grow
A tool that encourages innovation
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2/25/2004  Post a comment
Would you want to use a software tool that would help you develop more innovative designs?
Two-Section Gas Spring
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tabilus unveils Inter-Stop that offers different opening functions
New Collaborative Software Unveiled at NDES
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ImpactXoft promises to cut design time
Look Ma—No Hands!
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Parts made using Dimension’s newest rapid prototyping machine don’t require any manual handling to remove the supports
Buildup before the lottery drawing
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Show goers get behind the scenes peek at lottery ball machine
Harley remains committed to U.S. production
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Loyalty is a hallmark of company’s success
U.S. competitiveness improving
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Only two countries have significantly lower costs
Cleaner and Easier Rapid Prototyping
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Eden333 from Stratasys and Objet features 16-micron horizontal layers without the need of special venting
Fluids Analysis Comes to the Masses
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New CFD software puts fluid dynamics software in hands of design engineers
Bevilaqua, DiGioia, Samardzich Lead Design News honorees
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Magazine Honors Engineering Stars
MDM Announces Motor-Management Software
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Trade group launches motor-efficiency tool
Generator saves floor space
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OptiGen varies speed to save power
Wai Li
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But many still find Show helpful
On Tap for Today
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National Manufacturing Week's parade of new-product press conferences rolls on
Low Error Count Brushless DC Servo Motor
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ThinGap's showcase product has factory automation applications in mind
Swap Stories With Engineering's Best and Brightest
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Design News award winners will answer your questions about their approach to design problems
Train rolls from China to Chicago
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Siemens flew train in from Hawaii
Plastic Bearing Design Winners Show Ruggedness, Precision
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From amusement park rides and farm equipment to medical uses, bearings handle tough environments and precise requirements at lower costs and parts counts
Terry Costlow
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Attendees share reasons for visiting crowded show floor
Outsourcing to America
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Congressman Don Manzullo says only by keeping the jobs here can save U.S. manufacturing
Bullish outlook for manufacturing
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NAM predicts solid job growth during upturn
Roller Bearings Silence ballpark's retractable roof
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Former pivot bushings were misaligned
Meeting Market Demands
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Bosch Rexroth showcases inch-based aluminum framing system
Win Formula 1 Tickets at the Design News Booth
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Ferrari and technology partners show leading edge vehicle design-with a chance for you observe it in action at Indy
Engineering Awards Presented To Three Top Design Teams
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Micro Motors Inc. won top honors last night in the Ninth Annual Engineering Awards sponsored by Product Design and Developmentmagazine.
Gadget Freak Workshop Storms DN Booth
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Show attendees demonstrate circuit skills to win Gadget Freak bobble heads
21st Annual Design News AWARDS honors Engineering's Best
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Lockheed's Bevilaqua heads list of award winners
Ask the search engineer
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2/23/2004  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Hi-powered projection
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Beto Peliks and fellow students designed a low-cost microfilm projector to help educate people in third-world countries
Plant Engineering Bestows Awards
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For the 16th year, the magazine honors best products for plant engineers
Contributing to Engineering Success
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Salvatore J. Miraglia, Senior Vice President—Technology
One hip doc
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Engineer and surgeon, Tony DiGioia revolutionized hip-implant surgery with his development of a computer-based surgical navigation tool that improves prosthetic selection and orientation
A driving force
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Barb Samardzich has transformed Ford's automatic transmissions, making them more reliable than ever
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