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posted in April 2013

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Video Blog: We May Be Geeks, but We Control the World
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4/29/2013  18 comments
People who attend technical conferences like Design West are often mistakenly labeled as geeks. Do you even know what the real meaning of a geek is? Check out my video blog and I'll fill you in.
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Yes, This Was Really on Display at Hanover Fair
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4/24/2013  23 comments
As a wrap-up to all the reporting we did at Hanover Fair in Hanover, Germany, here are some of the more interesting sights we came across.
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Webinar Walks Through the 'Rules' of Injection Molding
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4/18/2013  5 comments
Proto Labs is hosting a short webcast on April 24 at 11:00 a.m. ET to identify four different methods of obtaining injection-molded parts.
Video Blog: German vs. American Tradeshows
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4/16/2013  7 comments
Brand Director Rich Nass spent last week at the Hanover Fair tradeshow in Germany. Here are his observations from the show.
A Chat With Bosch Rexroth Chairman Karl Tragl
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4/16/2013  7 comments
While at Hanover Fair last week, Brand Director Rich Nass engaged in an interesting discussion with Dr. Karl Tragl, chairman of the Executive Board of Bosch Rexroth.
My Opinion on Testing Without ATS
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4/2/2013  2 comments
Automated test software, or ATS, is nothing new. But as systems grow in complexity, the need for automated testing, and likewise automated testing software, grows correspondingly.
Video Blog: Media Day at the NY Auto Show
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4/1/2013  5 comments
DN Brand Director Rich Nass attended the New York International Auto Show recently. Here's what he has to say about it.


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