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Design engineering

Abbreviation: Design Eng.

Published by: Editorial Office of Design Engineering

Publisher Location: Toronto, Canada

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2021; 7 -- 2021; 2021(7)

Publication Date Range: 2011 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 4
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pISSN = 0011-9342

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): Design is a huge and multi-faceted activity in Canada, covering virtually every industry and process. As Canada 's leading voice for design and in-plant engineers our mission is to provide an effective forum for the exchange of news, new ideas, product information and real-world applications. Our goal is to keep designers in touch with emerging trends and technologies, the materials and components necessary to their designs, and changes to the design function itself. DE's target audience is engineers and technicians performing the design function in Canadian industry. This includes both original equipment manufacturing (OEM) design and in-plant design (industrial systems).

Design Engineering offers a complete and balanced approach to editorial features and new product information. Our two abiding principles are editorial integrity and publishing excellence. Our readers demand and deserve nothing less. Our readers also demand value-based resources that meet their industry specific needs. That is why DE publishes, in addition to its tabloid issue schedule, two annual buyers' guides - one for the Fluid Power & Control industry and the other for the Motion Control industry - the only publications of their kind in Canada.

Design Engineering also offers its readers complementary digital platforms. Our web-site, electronic e-newsletters and digital editions address the growing need of our readers for electronic information sources. The effective integration of our print and online offerings ensures we remain relevant to the evolving needs of our readers.