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Content posted in July 1996
Macsyma 2.1
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Reviews on tools of the trade
Automation comes to India's railway
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Fluid power slashes time and cost of track-bed cleaning
Compact diesels go sophisticated
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Combustion finesse leads off-highway diesels to an environmentally kinder, quieter future
How to foster customer satisfaction
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Connecticut company builds reputation on value-added plastic materials
Mechanical Desktop
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Reviews on tools of the trade
Success starts with great products
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Exclusive interviews with technology leaders
How to design in warp speed
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Responding to stiff global competition and ever-increasing customer demands, engineers are using everything from Intranets to Skunk Works to blast through design cycles
Engineering gets hot
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Exclusive Design News salary survey shows jobs, pay scales continue upward trend




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