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Content posted in July 1995
Technology rides the French rails
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7/24/1995  Post a comment
Design News takes a trip on French transist systems and finds some innovative engineering
Less is more in mobile hydraulics
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Hydraulic system manufacturers are packing higher flows and more function into smaller packages
Pioneer in engineering analysis
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7/10/1995  Post a comment
Dick MacNeal conceived one of the most widely used finite element analysis codes in the world
Innovator in medical electronics
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Don Maurer invents technology to improve the quality of life
Prime mover in custom bearings
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Bob Schroeder makes bearings that give engineers design freedom
Maestro of motion control
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Steve J. Botos of Aerotech orchestrates a full suite of high-precision products
Visionary in valve design
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Engineer, author, teacher, inventor Hans Baumann became an entrepreneur when another persons problem became his opportunity
AutoVision 2.0
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Engineering salaries reflect new design challenges
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Design News salary survey shows job security is taking a new path with self-employment the quickest way to bigger earnings




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