Software Engineering Bound Pad
Run linear algebra tests, visualize flow charts and application architecture, or sketch up probabilistic graphical models in this brick red notebook. Whatever you're working on, this notebook will help you find the inspiration to write more efficient code and come up with creative solutions to complex problems.
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Built in response to a special request from a prominent aerospace engineer, these notebooks offer traditional green engineering grid paper in a lay-flat bound hardcover format.
The covers of these understated notebooks present an icon representative of a specific branch of engineering in silver foil. Inside the front and back covers, you'll find imagery from the specific discipline.
The textured paper on the covers of these notebooks has the feel of an old textbook. With advanced lay-flat pages, they want to fall open, like a well-loved library book. Go ahead and see for yourself – these are the notebooks your most brilliant ideas have been waiting for.
The Engineer series is built with high-quality 100% recycled paper and printed with soy inks, leaving a light footprint. Be inspired to ask the right questions, connect the dots (even when they’re really far apart), and keep pushing humanity forward, so that tomorrow is always brighter than today.
8.5" x 11"
|192 pages (96 sheets)|
|Paper Type||5 mm green engineering grid|
|Paper Weight||64 gsm|
100% post-consumer waste
|Cover Icon||Silver foil stamp|
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
Paper milled in Japan
Assembled responsibly in China
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