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In Ann Johnson’s article, “The Culture of ABS,” in this issue, she points out that marketing prowess often makes engineering design seem like a process of fulfilling corporate vision.
The Letters section includes several responses to John Falcioni's July editorial on the subject of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
News & Notes
This month's News & Notes section includes "Robots Show Signs of a World-Wide Rebound" and "X Prize for Oil Cleanup."
"Tumble Rover" and "Spot the Change" are among the items in this month's Computing section.
Materials & Assembly is this month's Tech Focus. Stories include "Just Like the Movies" and "Robots Get a Modular Arm."
The shoebox is one of the world’s most iconic industrial designs : and the vast majority wind up as landfill. Executives at Puma wanted to change that.
The Culture of ABS
Focus on Design: As a major safety advance for automobiles took shape, so did the community of engineers who designed it.
Focus on Design: There is no excuse for manufacturers that let defective products reach the market.
Design in an Era of Constrained Resources
Focus on Design: As global competition for materials strains the supply chain, companies must know where a shortage can hurt and then plan around it.
How Do You Rate Your Springs?
Focus on Design: The books on this don't tell engineers all they need to know.
Keeping mechanical interests alive in a digital age.
This month's New Products section features a liquid media sampler and an RTD temperature transmitter module.
ToolPac 13.0, BeanCounter Desktop and DraftSight are among the programs included in Software Exchange this month.
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