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Content posted in January 2001
C & K renews commitment to engineering innovation
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C & K Switch Products contributes $10,000 to the Design News Engineering Education Foundation
Designer's corner
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Belt drive and programmable encoder
3rd floor: ladies lingerie, lunar surface
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Elevator to the moon
Every student a budding engineer?
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Concerned about math and sciece abilities of students?
Coming attractions for engineers on the Web
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From automobiles to power transmission to customized shafts: You
Nitty-gritty on motors
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Motor technologies attracting attention.
Designer's Corner
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Injection molded windows and electrically tuned shock
Leading your NPD team
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New product development leadership
Bluetooth buzz
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More options for embedding Bluetooth connectivity
Maybe this year
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Hot new technologies to watch for in the new year
The paper chase
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The paperless office
E-revolutionizing simulation for profit by design
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