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Boeing technicians Jeff Reichert, from left, Noel Spishak, Tom Kennedy and Jim Murphy, inspect a window section cut out of a carbon fiber barrel with a water jet process. The company is making the plane section with the material as part of their 7E7 development process.  The work is being done at Boeing's Seattle Developmental Center.

( Tribune photo by Michael Tercha )

Boeing technicians Jeff Reichert, from left, Noel Spishak, Tom Kennedy and Jim Murphy, inspect a window section cut out of a carbon fiber barrel with a water jet process. The company is making the plane section with the material as part of their 7E7 development process. The work is being done at Boeing's Seattle Developmental Center.

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