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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Tips and Tools for Engineers

Do you need engineering resources? 

Check out this amazing website which has free publications, directories of companies, products and services, and industries, tools, including a glossary of Engineering terms.   as well as job sites, search engines and more - all on one site. 

According to the company's website EngNet has been developed by Engineers for Engineers to service the need for easily accessible, accurate information.

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