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    Inventive Problem Solving

    Jan. 25, 2023
    To fully appreciate what’s new, uncover connections to the past.
    Courtesy Rehana Begg
    Rehana Begg

    Rehana Begg Named Machine Design Editor-in-Chief

    Jan. 17, 2023
    The veteran journalist, who joined MD in 2019, will continue to spearhead the brand's content initiatives.
    Bentley Systems
    Bentley Systems colleagues Richard Irwin and Alistair Stubbs in discussion

    Digital Twins: Designing Virtual Replicas of Infrastructure Projects

    Jan. 5, 2023
    Bentley Systems’ strategic priorities are framed around the advancement of digital twins that span the end-to-end lifecycle and value chains of infrastructure assets.
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    Students building a machine in an engineering class

    Transform Manufacturing Education to Boost Productivity

    Dec. 8, 2022
    An ASME survey reveals ways to address labor gaps. Hint: Nurture emerging technology skill sets.
    Machine Design
    SpaceRyde’s rocket system

    Engineering Sustainable Rocket Launches from a Balloon

    Dec. 5, 2022
    How a Canadian startup has pioneered the space launch industry with its smart rocket services.

    More content from January/February 2023

    Courtesy Sharpe products
    The key to running accurate, consistent metal tube bending is to correctly orient the weld seam at the outset.

    Metal Tube Bending: Managing the Weld Seam

    Nov. 21, 2022
    Pick the right technique for the right application.
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    Space junk, with inset photo of the Fred orbot

    Q&A: Clean up on the Space Aisle: Recovering Space Debris

    Oct. 5, 2022
    A New Hampshire start-up is developing Orbital Robots (dubbed “orbots”) designed to safely discard space debris.