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Content posted in May 2000
War and peace
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5/15/2000  Post a comment
A whole new ballgame
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5/1/2000  Post a comment
Managing Design -- Tips on guiding product development
Seeing is Believing
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Modern industrial sensors pack the intelligence to simplify high-speed packaging
Safe cars, great; safe drivers, better
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The auto industry has made great strides in making cars safer. No one has done much to make drivers safer.
Weird ice
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Breaktime -- The lighter side of engineering
Technology Bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Inventor's tips online
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Emerging trends in manufacturing
Indy 2000: Safety sets the pace
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Car redesign quickens competition and enhances safety
Advanced controls eliminate case-hardening contact
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Orbiting control removes induction coil contact in vertical crankshaft-hardening machine




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