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Potentiometers
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Paste
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Nylon resin
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Hot Products 4-20-98
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Solid Edge 4.0
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Alloy
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Oscilloscope
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Compound
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Get a handle on investment casting
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Casting process, with roots in China's Shang Dynasty, solves contemporary engineering problems
Power supply
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Intermetallic powders
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Composite
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Compressors
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Valves
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Sockets
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Sensor
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Air conditioners
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Software
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New analysis capabilities
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Chief Editor Paul E. Teague reviews noteworthy engineering CAD/CAE products
Editorial 4-20-98
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Coating system drives engine-block design
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New materials can greatly improve a design, but sometimes the answer lies in process
Motion controllers
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Caps
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Ac/dc converters
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Plane bearings
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Printer
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Connector
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Pc card receptacle
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Composite coating
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Drive/adapter
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Gauges
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Springs
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Drop it 'on' the computer
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A better I-DEAS
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Relay
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Laser
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Diaphragm
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Adhesive
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