63rd Annual Buyers' Guide

April 2006
Tech Directions;Apr2006, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p24
The article presents the 63rd Annual Buyers' Guide, a directory of manufacturers and vendors in the U.S. that can provide the classroom or laboratory needs of technical schools in the U.S. in April 2006. In the aeronautics/aviation field, companies include Apogee Components Inc., Estes and ETCAI Products. In the automotive/auto body/small engine/diesel field, companies include ATech Training Inc., Land & Sea Inc., Neway Manufacturing Inc. and SolidWorks Corp.


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