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Airframer journal -
July 2006 issue

The Boeing lean machine reaps healthy dividends
By Rod Smith
Rotorcroft production changes have brought in new business.

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Features from this issue:

Acceptance of new wing technologies could give EADS' spirits a lift

Assessing the effects that ageing can have on composite aircraft structures

Spiralock threads its way through those complicated joint problems

News from this issue

Sportsplanes readies two new designs

Development due to start for $21m HUMS contract

FAA encourages young aircraft designers

Cirrus Aircraft expands Pacific reassembly programme

Motorsport wiring protection device benefits aerospace firms

GCT takes over Dornier 328 design authority

Boeing 787 wire harnesses to be produced in Thailand

787 on schedule despite fuselage barrel test reverse

Phenom 100 team works from digital mock-up

Javelin landing gear upgrades pass modification test

Embraer evaluates flight deck feedback from owners

DLR lays plans to develop next generation green aircraft

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