Entech Innovative Engineering

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  • Building Central Florida – Give Back

    Building Central Florida December 2013, Special Issue  

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  • Advancements in the Applied Arts & Sciences, Part 11

    Museum Magazine November-December 2013 Here is another secret of the trade, so to speak. Learning about the application of new materials improves our work.

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  • Mt Rushmore & Building to Impress

    How Mt Rushmore was built and the technology created to make that happen.

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  • Gustave Eiffel

    When Gustave Eiffel completed his great tower, it was intended to be a temporary structure which could easily be torn down. That it survived to become a symbol of France is a testament to the technological, aesthetic and economic value the tower proved to embody.

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  • Hope Diamond

    Entech, together with the world famous Diebold Corporation, provided the Smithsonian Institution with the design, engineering and fabrication of the vitrine chest and mechanical security mechanism that permits the public maximum access to the Hope Diamond. The high-tech mechanism displays and protects the Hope Diamond, one of America’s national treasures, within the security chest that houses

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  • Skycyle™

    The Entech Innovative Engineering-branded SkyCycle™ has become the standard for full-body immersive educational exhibits for almost a dozen science centers throughout the United States and Asia. Originally the generic high-wire or high-rail bike, Entech's engineers standardized the design to provide comfort and safety, yet, by permitting riders to sway back and forth within defined limits, simul

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