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posted in January 2005
CAD-to-Motion Tool Seals Curtain Bags
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Gluing machine auto-generates seam sealing paths from CAD drawings
Potentials in Materials
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1/10/2005  Post a comment
Materials choices for engineers continue to grow in a range of applications
Odd Shapes, Cool Cars
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Polycarbonate glazing continues to dazzle with its potential for automotive styling, but wide adoption is not yet in sight
Class of 2004
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1/10/2005  Post a comment
Car yearbook features 130-plus new designs
Simulation Saves Time
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Computer simulation models speed product development, reduce physical testing as well as production costs
Micro Fuel Cells: A Coming-Out Party in 2005
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Portable products will be the first to use this highly efficient energy source of the future
Low-Pressure Molding Option
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Rotational molding produces hollow parts cheaply




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