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  • About Mechanical Engineers
    Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines, and mechanical engineers perform a wide range of tasks. They research, design, develop, manufacture, and test engines, machines, tools, and other mechanical devices. They may work in manufacturing, technical sales, agricultural production, or maintenance. Mechanical engineers often design tools used by other engineers.
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  • About Insulation Contractors
    Insulation is used in the floor, ceiling, walls, pipes, and ductwork of residential and commercial buildings to control temperatures and reduce energy consumption and noise. Insulation contractors are responsible for properly installing insulating materials, and may specialize in mechanical insulation, or floor, ceiling, and wall insulation. Mechanical insulation workers apply insulation to pipes, ductwork, and other mechanical systems to control temperatures.
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  • About AlarmClocks.us - Alarm Clocks
    AlarmClocks.us is an introduction to alarm clock styles and features. Mechanical, electric, and battery clocks are discussed. Find alarm clock dealers as well as alarm clock manufacturers. Website visitors can learn about horology (the science or art of measuring time) and information about timekeeping.
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  • About NanotechCompanies.us - Nanotech Companies
    Nanotechnology and nanotechnology companies are the focus of the website NanotechCompanies.us. This website defines nanotechnology and explains its use in the electronics and mechanical industries. It explores both the history and the possible future of nanotechnology. Links to nanotech companies and other nanotechnology resources are included.
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  • About Telecommunications
    Advances in technology are changing the way we communicate, from email to audio, video, and digital interactive media. Knowledge of how to convert electronic and mechanical impulses into digitally encoded information and transmit that information over long distances has brought us a long way from the days of communicating with smoke signals. Early examples of more modern telecommunications include the morse code electric telegraph and the telephone.
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