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Missing Magnet Revives Washing Machine
Made by Monkeys 
7/5/2012  35 comments
A critical magnet -- that was not even indicated in the user manual to be part of the washer -- was missing.
Comment:DRYER - bobjengr-6/21/2012
Robots Cut Composite Repair Costs in Half
Engineering Materials 
5/17/2012  26 comments
A major advance in repairing composite structures combining robots and lasers bodes well for commercial aircraft such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A350XWB, which contain composites in large proportions of their structures.
NHTSA to Brake Unintended Acceleration
Automotive News 
5/9/2012  61 comments
The debate over unintended acceleration, having lingered around the periphery of the auto industry for more than two decades, may be about to receive a fatal blow.
Petroski on Engineering: Engineering & Civilization
Guest Blogs 
5/3/2012  33 comments
Experience, both good and bad, guides us in extending the state of the art toward new limits.
5 Common Failure Analysis Mistakes
Guest Blogs 
4/26/2012  21 comments
Recognizing common failure analysis mistakes can help your team resolve issues more quickly and effectively.
Engineer Breathes Life Into Dead Motor
Sherlock Ohms 
4/24/2012  19 comments
If the motor isn't running correctly, it could be supercharged with static electricity.
Broken Toaster Had Hidden Fix
Made by Monkeys 
4/9/2012  39 comments
After tearing apart the broken toaster, we found a simple control on the bottom would have easily fixed the problem.


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