Thinking Small


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Episode of Series “Managing the Micro”.
A chance to explore the opportunities which microelectronics offers large, medium and small companies, explaining how the technology differs from earlier technology and what its characteristics are. Case studies include a garment maker, a paper mill, a woodyard and a major manufacturer of tailor-made equipment using computer-aided design and manufacture

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