Design World Magazine
Design World Magazine is a monthly BPA audited print publication reaching 40,000. Design World covers aerospace, food & beverage, medical equipment, military, packaging, semiconductor, machine tool, energy, material handling, motion control, and robotics among others. Editorially, Design World provides real world case studies by industry while delivering technical tutorials across engineering disciplines.
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