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Content posted in July 2007
Swagelok Improves Stainless Steel Hardness
7/16/2007  Post a comment
In a major breakthrough, the corrosion resistance is not compromised as it is with normal case hardening
Microsoft Surface Technology Uses DLP to Recognize Media Players, Digital Photos
7/16/2007  Post a comment
Tabletop surface computer enables virtual, physical interaction
Game Controller Brings Haptics to the Masses
7/16/2007  Post a comment
Inspired by Delta Robots, Novint's Falcon makes haptic computer interfaces more accessible to consumers and engineers
Dassault Takes Life Cycle Approach to Simulation
7/16/2007  Post a comment
New SLM portfolio melds the SIMULIA simulation environment with the V5 PLM architecture
Experts Say Telematics is Going Mainstream
7/16/2007  Post a comment
Automakers are putting plans in place for 2008
Big Dig Epoxy: Who Blew It?
7/11/2007  Post a comment
Incorrect use of epoxy is blamed for the Big Dig tunnel ceiling collapse, but that is all that’s clear from the NTSB report
'Epoxy Creep' Main Factor in Big Dig Ceiling Panel Collapse
7/11/2007  Post a comment
NTSB issues written report on findings

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