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Canadian bank’s report finds that decline is a structural rather than cyclical issue.
Research shows limpet teeth rival spider silk in tensile strength regardless of structure size. →
Regulatory approval paves the way for consumer sales of Kenek O2 Pulse Oximeter. →
Washington expected to return to pipeline following immigration debate. →
Shares in Ontario auto parts maker hit $136 on news of dividend increase, Q4 growth. →
Clearpath, Robotiq and Kinova recognized as among most notable robotics companies globally in 2015.
However, deputy governor says even prolonged negative inflation wouldn’t constitute deflation. →
Engineering firm contests bribery, fraud allegations of Libyan officials and organizations. →
Canada’s largest airline not scared off by Bombardier turbulence. →
Harting Han Ex Connector line designed for explosive proof applications. →
Yaskawa's Z1000U HVAC Matrix drive reduces total harmonic distortion levels to less than the IEEE compliance standard. →
ODE Valve Canada 21IA Series designed for contaminated and aggressive fluids. →
Leine & Linde encoders offer long distance, noise-free position measurement. →
IMAGINiT Technologies' John Hackney offers reference geometry creation techniques beyond the "Project Geometry" command in Inventor. →
Hawk Ridge Systems' tutorial shows how to connect edges using a swept surface with a twist. →
When moving or copying complex design projects results in “broken” assemblies, here’s a simple fix. →
How to customize the information presented while hovering cursor over an Inventor file. →
Hawk Ridge trainer demonstrates the difference between and how to design both types of sheet metal features in SolidWorks. →
Setting rotational, slider and cylindrical joint limits helps designers replicate realistic movements, test design scenarios. →
Randstad's 2015 Compensation Survey reveals average salaries of engineers in more than 30 Canadian cities. →
University co-op programs provide the key to opening Canada’s deadlocked engineering labour market.
The Valour smart-bike, made by Toronto-based Vanhawks, also gives directions, tracks performance, and alerts rider if it’s stolen. →