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Someday...Aluminum
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Columns Published: 12/1/2001
Body Building
Mike Dorney, ACA chairman and vice president of Sales and Marketing for The Budd Company Plastics Div. is confident that composites have a competitive future because they permit vehicle manufacturers to make comparatively cost-effective modification...
Columns Published: 3/1/2001
Hot, Cool & Clear
We’re not talking about beverages here, but materials that can make a difference in things ranging from improving emissions to countering carjacking.
Columns Published: 2/1/2001
Examining Alternatives
 When Marcel van Schaik registered for the 21st Annual Automotive Aluminum Design & Fabrication Seminar this past fall, the person at the registration desk asked him, he recalls with some amusement, “And what should we put down as you...
Columns Published: 1/1/2001
From the Seas to the Streets
Can a technology developed for one industry have useful application in another?
Columns Published: 10/1/2000
This, That, and the Other
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Columns Published: 9/1/2000
NPE & New Machinery
When the National Plastics Exposition rolls into Chicago, equipment manufacturers come up with some new or better ways to process plastics. Here's a look at what some of the builders exhibited.
Columns Published: 8/1/2000
One Liner
As Tom Jones might croon, “It’s not unusual”—and my apologies to Mr.
Columns Published: 6/1/2000
Words Heard at SAE 2000: A Select Sampling of the Buzz
At this year’s SAE 2000 Congress & Exposition there was plenty of buzz and noise inside Cobo Center (including a Visteon-draped People Mover that rolled above the record-setting crowd). Here’s some of the audio, filtered.
Columns Published: 4/1/2000
Alluminio
The conventional wisdom is that Ferrari, due to its low production volumes and high-profile name, can do nearly anything technologically that it is inclined to do.
Columns Published: 3/1/2000

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