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Post-War Private Planes

The Aviation Industry is Basing Plans for the Future Largely on Pre-War Models, Plus Knowledge cleaned from War-Time Production and Operation. Will The Post-War Private Plane Follow Conventional Lines or Will it be a Radical Departure From Present Forms?

By Alexander Klemin

From the Pine

Naval Stores Production is Taking a New Lease on Life. Applied Research, Providing a New Industrial Approach, Has Also Provided New Markets for the Products of the Pine, Promising an Important Future for Terpene Chemistry

By James M. Crowe

Seagoing Concrete

Many Lessons About Good, Light-Weight Concrete are Being Learned During Ihe Construction of Large Vessels, Both With and Without Power, for the Current United States Maritime Commission's Program. Some of these Ships are Already Aiding the Allied Cause

By Edward J. Cleary and Hal W. Hunt

Pressing Metal into Service

As a Result of Production and Conservation Requirements, New Technical Knowledge has been Acquired on the Use of Pressed Metals in Jobs that Formerly Have Been Done by Other Methods. Time and Materials are Saved Without Sacrifice

By Fred P. Peters

A New Industrial Frontier

This Nation is Waking up to the Increased Speed and Economy of Production Implicit in the Practical Cultivation of a Variely of Supposed Theorisy Hitherto Thought to be a Luxury-The Applied Mathematician. Things are Being Done About It.

By Albert G. Ingalls and Franklin P. Huddle

Super-Sight With Phototubes

Printed Designs Moving Through a Paper-Handling Machine at High Speeds Are Invisible to the Eye, but the Phototube in a Modern Control System Sees these Designs and Makes Each Arrive at a Particular Point at a Particular Inslant. Other Industrial Uses

By John Markus and Keith Henney

Packaging Delivers the Goods

Protection Against Heal, Cold, and Humidity, Mildew, Insects, and Vermin Is Demanded for the Safe Delivery of Supplies 10 Our Troops all Over the World. Developments to Meet these Rigid Requirements, Made by the Packaging Industry Will Carry Over into Post-War Days

By Steven M. Spencer and The Staff

Departments

  • 50 Years Ago, November 1943

  • Recommended

    Our Book Corner, November 1943

  • Departments

    Previews of the Industrial Horizon, November 1943

  • "Quotes," November 1943

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, November 1943

  • New Products, November 1943

  • Telescoptics, November 1943

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