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Love Thy Supplier
The challenges facing the industry throughout the next decade almost make the last decade’s look easy.
Columns Published: 3/27/2014
Accelerate
3D printing; optical measuring and data acquisition sensor; free interactive CAD plug-in tool; cast urethane molding; 3D/2D software.
Columns Published: 4/26/2012
On Electronics
In-vehicle wireless charging system; scalable ACUs; lithium-ion battery tech.
Columns Published: 3/22/2012
The Green Guide
Flame Treatment Technology a Green Move for GM; A Cleaner Cleaner; Freudenberg's “Simple” Devices May Make Big Differences in Battery Systems; SolidWorks “Sustainability” Offers Real-Time Green Solutions; Siemens’ “Ctrl-Energy” Monitors Machine Tool...
Columns Published: 11/15/2011
On Electronics
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Columns Published: 7/14/2011
The Values of Innovation
The ability to add value and be compensated for it is critical to being able to fund the next big thing (or the next in a series of incremental little things). And after all, if you are not making money on the value you add, why do it?
Columns Published: 7/13/2011
Braking By Wire (Almost)
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Columns Published: 7/1/2003
Homeland Security vs. Global Supply Chains
Global supply chains may be on a collision course with homeland security. Sweeping changes are taking place as the U.S. Customs Service shifts from interdicting smugglers to preventing terrorism.
Columns Published: 12/1/2002
Making HEVs Happen
It seems that hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles (HEVs) may have a future after all and not be the short-term stopgap that many had prophesied. Toyota, in particular, is fully committed to the concept and has made public its aim of selling 300,000 hy...
Columns Published: 11/1/2002
Vauxhall Ups Its Flexibility in Ellesmere Port
For all its long history–it celebrates its centenary next year–it is all too easy to dismiss Vauxhall as a bit player in the General Motors empire. The brand is, after all, only to be found in the UK–even the right-hand cars bound for the Republic o...
Columns Published: 9/1/2002

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