Monthly Archives: September 2013

Engineering Diversity

I am finding that continuous education and pursuit of new technologies is a critical path that engineers must follow as their careers progress. My focus was on mechanical systems in schools. In college we only took a few electrical engineering … Continue reading

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As an engineering company we are really a technical partner

Engineering projects vary widely in scope.  While I was consulting with a lawyer yesterday regarding patents and intellectual property I found myself describing how I interface technically with my customer and how information is exchanged. I was also thinking about … Continue reading

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Changing with the Economy

We have been seeing trends in the economy that force the hands of business’s to do some Maneuvering that they probably did not really want to execute. When I first designed a special product for a large customer he was … Continue reading

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