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Content posted in February 2001
Cameras extend driver's vision
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Small cameras fill blind spots and allow drivers to see past blocking vehicles
Molded front-end module
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Conceptual front-end-module cuts weight and parts
Mixed-flow impeller pumps up efficiency
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New water pump reduces warrantee costs, improves fuel economy, and extends engine life
Shear rams ensure oil-well safety
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A spring-loaded blade interface and secondary cutting edge make even the toughest cuts in emergency situations
Wave-front sensor targets preschool vision
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Proprietary optics, software, and circuits make vision screening faster, more accessible
Bush plane has the performance edge
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New wing, prop, and muffler allow safe hauling of heavier loads in and out of tight, remote locations
This foot doesn't pound
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Advanced composites and smart mechanical design give the boot to clunky prosthetic feet
Small IC device could speed Internet
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A new clock and data recovery IC may help prevent traffic jams on the information highway
ManufacturingQuote.com matches component buyers and sellers
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The site offers engineers collaborative procurement and workflow management
Valve tailors brain fluid flow
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Valve spring design and molding precision allow physician to magnetically adjust pressure without surgery
Fastening innovations speed spine surgery
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To replace set screws in spinal implants, Surgical Dynamics devised a threadless fastener with a helical-dovetail locking feature
Coupling drives surgical advances
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A small, flexible coupling for powered surgical instruments delivers enough torque and strength to eat through bone
Take a bow, Karen
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Introduction of a new chief editor
Dual-power electric grill
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Dual-power electric grill
Designing the 'green' machine
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