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Message Boards posted in February 2012
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Cadillac's ATS Cuts Mass 1 Gram at a Time
Last Message: 2/10/2012
  Comments: 31
BMW, Peugeot Team Up On EV Components
Last Message: 2/10/2012
  Comments: 1
Fukishima Disaster Holds Lessons for Engineers
Last Message: 2/8/2012
  Comments: 27
Responsibility & Integrity a Must in Manufacturing
Last Message: 2/8/2012
  Comments: 16
MEMS Gains Respect at CES 2012
Last Message: 2/8/2012
  Comments: 14
PartMaker Brings CAD to CNC
Last Message: 2/7/2012
  Comments: 4
Micro Drives Increase Surgical Precision
Last Message: 2/7/2012
  Comments: 7
Efforts Grow to Design for Disassembly
Last Message: 2/7/2012
  Comments: 1
Slideshow: Top 5 Design Tool Trends to Watch in 2012
Last Message: 2/7/2012
  Comments: 12
Bioplastics Fueled by Sugar Cane Trash
Last Message: 2/6/2012
  Comments: 23
Audi Concept Car Had One Minor Flaw
Last Message: 2/6/2012
  Comments: 8
IMSI/Design Has Foundation for Mobile CAD
Last Message: 2/6/2012
  Comments: 2
Dehumidifier Saved By Oil & a Syringe
Last Message: 2/4/2012
  Comments: 46
Nuclear Plant Triggers False Alarms
Last Message: 2/3/2012
  Comments: 19
Composites Reinforced With 3D Architectures
Last Message: 2/3/2012
  Comments: 6
Additive Manufacturing Tops Materials Trends for 2012
Last Message: 2/2/2012
  Comments: 17
Energy Optimization as Productivity Enhancer
Last Message: 2/2/2012
  Comments: 5
The Radio Is Buried in the Dash
Last Message: 2/2/2012
  Comments: 19
Cadillac CUEs In-Car Entertainment
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 29
Ethernet for Vehicles Advances
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 23
Maytag Monkeys May Send Me Back to Hand Washing
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 15
Gadget Freak Case #203: Smart Recycle Can
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 19
Case of the Deep-Fried Resistors
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 10
CAE Drives Dutch High-Performance Auto
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 22
'Performance' Car Seat Eliminates Steel
Last Message: 2/1/2012
  Comments: 13
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