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New Product for the Welding Industry

The new Grobet Bear carbide burs were developed especially for the welding and metal fabrication industries by Grobet USA. According to the company, the cut on the burs is designed to handle high tool pressure and rough handling.

For more information on this product and others in the Grobet 2003 catalog of tools, supplies and equipment, visit www.tjtsales.com/ Catologlnformation.htm.

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Robotics CDs from LEGO

The Robotics Educator multimedia series is available through Pitsco LEGO Educational Division and consists of three CDs: Robotics Educator, C-Based Programming Educator and Robotics Explorer Series I.

The new series of CD-ROMs, which are from Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Consortium (NREC), contain curriculum, instructions and activities to get the most out of LEGO Team Challenge Sets and ROBOLAB software.

A demo of Robotics Educator and a preview of the curriculum are available at the NREC website, www.rec.ri.cmu.edu. To order the software, visit www.plestore.com.

New Tutorial Series for NetTrekker

Atomic Learning has released a new tutorial series consisting of 31 tutorial movies for netTrekker, the leading online search engine for schools. According to Atomic Learning, this series will help educators take advantage of the many powerful features netTrekker provides both teachers and students.

Atomic Learning has also released tutorials for Office 2003, Adobe GoLive CS, Adobe InDesign CS, Inspiration 7.5, DVD StudioPro 2 and RoboLab.

For more information, visit www.atomicLearning.com.

Animal Care Resources

Animal Care Training provides 42 essential resources for animal care courses. Included are more than 20 hours of training on VHS or DVD authored and edited by board certified specialists in the veterinary profession. …

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