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Content posted in July 2000
Radial-diaphragm valve overcomes entrapment problems
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Boreline seal ensures unobstructed fluid flow
The push and pull of the newsletter
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E-newsletters are proliferating on the Internet. What do they offer the design engineer and are they being used?
'Technopreneurs'
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The Internet has spawned a few technopreneurs, and their ideas are having widespread impact.
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Technology bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Standards Update
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Technical news from around the world
Cyclo drive positions traveling gantry
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Three-disk design delivers high accuracy despite high shock




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