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Message Boards posted in July 2012
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Analog Clock Measures Time in Meters
Last Message: 7/6/2012
  Comments: 1
Engineers Search for Electrical Storage Solution
Last Message: 7/6/2012
  Comments: 1
Slideshow: Scenes From the Freescale Technology Forum
Last Message: 7/5/2012
  Comments: 6
Crowdsourcing Will Be Used in Combat Vehicle Design
Last Message: 7/5/2012
  Comments: 4
ADI Rolls Out Accelerometer for Wireless Networks
Last Message: 7/5/2012
  Comments: 9
eDrawings App Launches on the iPad
Last Message: 7/5/2012
  Comments: 14
Video: Making the Leap to 3D Motion Control
Last Message: 7/5/2012
  Comments: 18
Electronics Companies Set the Stage for ECG in A Band-Aid
Last Message: 7/4/2012
  Comments: 2
When Mechanicals Outlast the Electronics
Last Message: 7/4/2012
  Comments: 23
High Voltage Amps Up the Automobile
Last Message: 7/4/2012
  Comments: 15
Design News Named One of the '10 Great Media Websites'
Last Message: 7/3/2012
  Comments: 15
Stratasys Gets Mojo With Sub-$10K Printer
Last Message: 7/3/2012
  Comments: 11
Chevy Boosts 2013 Volt Electric Range
Last Message: 7/3/2012
  Comments: 21
Gadget Freak Case #215: Automating the Doggie Door
Last Message: 7/3/2012
  Comments: 28
Siemens Takes the Sting Out of Data Management
Last Message: 7/3/2012
  Comments: 8
Get Your Wireless Devices to Speak the Same Language
Last Message: 7/2/2012
  Comments: 3
Can Creativity Be Taught?
Last Message: 7/1/2012
  Comments: 31
Design Agility a Key Pain Point
Last Message: 7/1/2012
  Comments: 4
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