Makers must end delays; use technology

March 2001
Automotive News;3/19/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5921, p12
Trade Publication
Reports the use of high technologies by automobile companies to overcome production delay in the United States market. Purchase of supercomputers and software programs; Counterproductivity for using both a computer and clay model; Use of supercomputers to calculate dimensions for building parts.


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