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Content posted in August 2003
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Motor Torque Going Up and Up
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Double density in the offing?
Roller Coaster Design Goes Global
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ASTM issues new world standard for amusement ride design
F1 in schools
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Motion Control's Gen4 Takes Shape
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Software quality to set the pace
Drag Queen
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Software Vendors Want to Certify Engineers
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They say engineers can use certification to boost job prospects
Powder Progress
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Manufacturing advances boost fatigue life and quality of powder metal gears
Simple, Low-Cost Vision
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Module leverages FireWire technology
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