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    The Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC) has released a preliminary final draft of the AMSC Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing ( Version 2.0) for public review and comment. Version 1.0 was published February 2017. Details and links to the documents ...

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    Hi  Shantha, I don't know the answer to that question, but I will find out for you, thanks! Amanda  ------------------------------ Amanda Hildabrand Membership Manager SAE International Warrendale, PA ------------------------------

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    Hello Everyone, My name is Amber Wackerly and I am currently a senior at Kettering University studying Electrical Engineering. ------------------------------ Amber Wackerly Student Kettering Univ Flint MI ------------------------------

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    Expensive electronic/digital stuff works great while/when it works, but mechanical/analog stuff is more reliable, and easier and cheaper to replace/fix. James Adrian?? van Wyk, PE ------Original Message------ ​Interestingly, one of the SAE newsletters this morning had an article on Toyota's new ...

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    Being an easterner, I enjoy driving up the Palisades Interstate Highway, the Storm King Highway (both have great scenery, from above the Hudson River) and US9W (2 lane blacktop through interesting quaint towns, and the like). ?? Both the Palisades Interstate Highway and US9W start in Fort Lee, New ...

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    Robert is quite correct about Highway 1 going from San Luis Obispo up to Big Sur. It is an extremely beautiful area. However, driver does not get to enjoy scenery because road is quite curvy. A true gem of beauty is taking CA State Highway 101 through Northern California's Giant Redwood and Sequoia ...

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    I agree I drove it twice in by '54 AH with 271 hp 289 Ford engine, lots of fun.  Also drove it on my '55 Triumph TT a couple of times.  Unfortunately I crashed on second trip and have lived about 60 years with bad back.  Nut it was a fun road. ------------------------------ Jerry Alcone Retired Albuquerque ...

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