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Content posted in May 2003
Plastic and Metal Join Together
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Patented molding process eliminates spot welds
Manifold Simplifies Robot Design
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Combined digital and analog I/O saves space and wiring
Volvo's Scream Machine
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Electronic integration, microvalves key handling to driving conditions
It's a Gas
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Rugged I/O gives high-tech dragster a data-gathering edge
Role Modeler
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In his scaled-vehicle laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin, Professor Raul Longoria is finding out what happens when the rubber hits the road.
Collaboration Turns Weeks To Days
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Tracking down travelers
More Space for Sound
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Composite technology promises to make car speakers easier to package
The Professor as the Madman
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Memories of a crafty test giver
Eaton Rolls Out 5,000-psi Aircraft Hydraulics
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Higher pressure systems offer more power per weight
A Steer-by-Wire Wish List
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Reliable hardware, better software tools must come first
Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
No Need to Re-Invent this Wheel
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Encoding its history of design rules, wheel manufacturer saves design time
Two-in-One Special
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Alibre, ALGOR cooperate to offer CAD, FEA, and technical support
Tapped out
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Turn of the Screw
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Rolled and ground types inch closer together
The H-1B Visa Wars
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IEEE ready to fight; Congress must act by September or available visas will fall to 65,000




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