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posted in January 2013

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3D Printing for the Home
Blog 
1/24/2013  14 comments
Mcor and Up 3D USA are just two companies making great advancements in the world of 3D printing. Both are at SolidWorks World 2013 in Orlando this week.
Semester 3 Is Getting Started
Blog 
1/10/2013  7 comments
If you’ve perused Design News at any time over the past 12 months, you’re probably aware that we offer online training through our Continuing Education Center, sponsored by Digi-Key.
Burning Your Hands Instead of the Transmission
Made by Monkeys 
1/9/2013  42 comments
An omitted dipstick and a buried filler cap makes checking/replacing the transmission fluid quite a chore.
Will One PLC Suffice?
Blog 
1/8/2013  7 comments
Recent questions on our LinkedIn System & Product Design Engineering group come from a reader who doubles as an industrial automation consultant. See what he has to say and let us know what you think.
My Opinion on Walking the Safety Walk
Blog 
1/5/2013  15 comments
A staggering statistic says that every 15 seconds, somewhere in the world, an employee dies, and 160 others sustain a disabling injury.
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Teardown: Fitbit Zip Packs Lots of Functionality Into Small, Water-Tight Package
Blog 
1/4/2013  12 comments
The change in processor architecture and radio led to some design challenges.
Top Design News Articles of 2012
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1/3/2013  7 comments
Before we put the shackles on 2012, we thought you'd like to know which articles garnered the most interest last year.
My Opinion on Materials Choice
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1/2/2013  10 comments
The choice of a material, or making the wrong choice, can doom your design before it gets beyond the prototype stage.


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