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ronan.ye
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Best CNC Machining
ronan.ye   9/30/2011 9:48:52 AM
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Metal Prototype

materialise your design! 3E Rapid Prototyping

K.I.S.S.
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Crap design
K.I.S.S.   6/23/2011 7:07:58 PM
At the risk of being castigated by several sections of the design community, why do we still have cans of corned beef that need a key to open them....? I'ts not like it's a new development in the marketplace.... the original tin was developed for Napoleons army - and was made out of Lead.... It was only about 10 years later that the can opener was invented. And yet 150 years later, we still have to insert a little snap off key into a tab, and wind it around the circumference of the recepticle..... is this a purely European and African thing, or is it also applicable to the U.S.?

Charles Murray
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passion
Charles Murray   6/23/2011 6:43:02 PM
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Well said. For most of the engineers I know, it's about passion.

K.I.S.S.
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Re: congratulations!
K.I.S.S.   6/23/2011 6:39:27 PM
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Yes please, I completly agree - lets do what we can to make it as easily available on a single click to everyone in the forum.

sensor pro
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new site
sensor pro   6/23/2011 4:52:34 PM
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Please to see a very organized site. it would be a pleasure to interract with the engineering professionals. Good luck to Alex and DN.

jmacpherson
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Very organized site
jmacpherson   6/23/2011 4:36:05 PM
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This new design is truly much easier to navigate. The articles are available in a very clear and concise manner. Congratulations and I look forward to reading more.

David McCollum
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Crisp design.
David McCollum   6/23/2011 3:20:16 PM
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It really is a crisp look. The design team has really hit the bullseye on this one.

Terry Sweeney
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DN's a sweet ride now!
Terry Sweeney   6/23/2011 2:10:49 PM
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Congrats to Alex and Jennifer and the rest of the team on the new design! Neat and clean and easy to use. Looking forward to hearing and seeing more!

BMAC9393
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Re: congratulations!
BMAC9393   6/23/2011 12:56:14 PM
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there is a Messages link in the top nav below Design News logo

Jack Rupert, PE
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Feedback / Bugs Section?
Jack Rupert, PE   6/23/2011 12:44:45 PM
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Is there a "feedback" page or something to post bugs and suggestions?  I don't want to post those types of things as comments and waste space....

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