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Crunch time for engineers!
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Today's design engineers have less time, more work, and a growing need for information, reveals an exclusive study sponsored by Design News. Here's how they're coping
Coatings
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Suction cups
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Nylon 46 increases mold tool life
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Nylon
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Isolators
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Film
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Air conditioners
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Accumulators
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Bearings
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Materials run tires flat out
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Chemistry and compounds come together to give drivers peace of mind
Logic controller
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Timer
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Cable assemblies
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Plug connectors
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Gaskets
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CAM software
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