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Jon Aus is a structural engineer based in UK, an IT Consultant solving the problem of automatic hexahedral meshing. In his spare time he is an American Civil War re-enactor, a fighting bugler for the 69th New York State Volunteers, hence the '69thbugler'

I've been a member since Oct 20, 2003 and have logged in 302 times. I last logged in on Mon, May 9, 2005 You can click on the table below to visit the forums that I participate in. Please consider joining Eng-Tips Forums. As a member, you will be able to talk with other members, be notified of responses to your posts, and use keyword search.

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