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Elizabeth M
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Re: Seeing is understanding
Elizabeth M   10/7/2013 3:37:26 AM
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Well perhaps if the road show is a success then they will do it again, NadineJ. It does seem like a really great event for engineers and designers, so they will probably take advantage of it and call for more in the future.

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Re: Seeing is understanding
NadineJ   10/3/2013 5:33:15 PM
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Wow.  The only state they'll visit west of the Mississippi River is Missouri.  That's very unusual and disappointing.

I hope there will be a second round of those of us who are out west!

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Elizabeth M   10/3/2013 11:25:40 AM
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I agree, Rob. I think these sort of events, especially being available free to designers and engineers, can be a great service and help to those in the industry as they look to take advantage of new technologies.

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Seeing is understanding
Rob Spiegel   10/3/2013 10:52:16 AM
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This type of presentation goes a long way to making tecchnology real. It's certainly worth a visit.



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