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Content posted in May 2000
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Highlights from NDES '00
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The first National Design Engineering Show (NDES) of the decade saw a packed exhibition hall at Chicago
Gray matters
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The proportion of engineers and scientists in the 50-59 age bracket is twice that found in the rest of the labor force, according to a survey from Kelly Scientific Resources.
Research made easy
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We all know that using the Internet for research is a "good thing." Now finding journal and research information just got easier with ScienceDirect.
Merge wire harness design with CAD
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With the release of SolidWorksr2000 in April, mechanical CAD users are getting new features, more powerful solid modeling computation, simple migration from 2D to 3D, and web collaboration via e-drawings.
Fastening gets it together at NDES
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The National Design Engineering Show (NDES) 2000 offered attendees their pick of new designs on doors, seals, latches, and shapes.
NDES: A bumper CAD/CAM crop
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This year, the National Design Engineering Show (NDES) harvested a bumper crop of CAD/CAM products.
NASA measures Shuttle shake, rattle & roll
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Launching a Space Shuttle exposes ground support equipment and other nearby structures to intense acoustical vibration from rocket exhaust.
Super Duty in stripes
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NDES: A fluid power tour de force
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The National Design Engineering Show (NDES) 2000 was a show of numbers. And when these were added up, the show equaled a greater range of components available for design projects.
Lights, camera, action
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Not able to make it to The National Design Engineering Show at National Manufacturing Week? No worries. Design News is bringing NMW to you.
Engineering Cyberpage
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Hot spots in Cyberspace
Gentlemen...tilt your engines!
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Saab unveiled a tilting-head, variable-compression engine at this year




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