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Content posted in April 2003
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Back to school
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Titanium Takes to the Air—Air Tools, that is
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Metal adds value to professional grade impact tools
Scope Keeps Going and Going
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A tough device proves it is built to survive
Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Robot Worlds Collide
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Vision and software developed for hobbyists may prove useful outside the home
Old Meets New in Bathroom Faucet
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Using his fathers valve technology, American Standard design Gary Uhl souped up a 1920s bathroom faucet
Clot Buster
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A bioactive vinyl fights blood clots in medical devices
Solenoids Add Life to Alternative Fuel Dispensers
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Tight tolerances, materials pave the way
Top Dogs
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Precise Optics Demand Tight Position Control
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Control motors, software must permit precision telescope optics to shine
Hot Stuff
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Professor Bill Fahrenholtz of the Ceramic Engineering Department of the University of Missouri-Rolla is developing high-temperature ceramics that could be used in the next-generation space shuttle.
Marine Industry Clamors for Hydraulics
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Electric motors may be all washed up
Take 3D and Call in the Morning
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New FDA rule could boost software reliance in medical design
CAD Students Teach the Pros
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They will share best practices they learn with industry
No, You Can't Use that Part
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Despite benefits of working together, corporate politics and cultural differences keep many engineers and purchasing managers at arms length from each other
See You in Court
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Motor patent spurs probe for prior art
Ethernet for I/O
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"Onion ring" design key
Joint effort
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Hard landing for air bearing program
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NASA may ground jet engine program
Wanna bet?
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Solid Footing For CAD
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Conferences give users the basics-and then some
First peep
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A Plan for Reliability Data
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NFPS has a groundbreaking goal: a level playing field
Short Run Composites for Less
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New process aims for better composite economics
Headhunters Twiddle Their Thumbs
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High-tech openings remain scarce
See Me, Feel Me
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Laser mapping, touch sensitivity drive automated robot calibration
Shape Shifters
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Versatile enclosures morph into many forms
Fashionable Electronics
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A new process wraps consumer electronics in fabric
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