Content posted in September 1995
Designer's Productivity Kit: How to choose & use fasteners & adhesives
9/25/1995  Post a comment
Early supplier involvement helps designers create the cheapest, fastest, strongest bond for any application
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This CAD company is a family affair
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The five Bentley brothers parlay a love of programming into a thriving technology business
Coil gun drives high-speed-rail technology
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Using a new linear induction motor design, scientists at Sandia National Lab say they can propel trains at speeds in excess of 200 mph
European standards shine spotlight on EMI
9/25/1995  Post a comment
Run, do not walk, to your nearest EMC testing and compliance center
Materials 'keep 'em flying'—longer
9/11/1995  Post a comment
Composites, alloys, smart materials cast the future of the aerospace industry
The Raven: Another Blackbird for the record books
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Engineers and students team to create the first human-powered aircraft to fly 100 miles non-stop
Business jet for the 21st century
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Designed 100% on computer, the Learjet 45 changes the way general aviation aircraft are developed
Build your own airplane
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The project that more than 5,000 enthusiasts begin, more than 60% of airplane kit buyers finishe their projects

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