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Brushless servomotors
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Blown film
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Interlocking system
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Lens
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Potentiometers
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Linear module
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Chains
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Stepper motor
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Surface coating
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Printer
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Switches
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Gaskets
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Extra-soft TPE 'grips' competition
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy elastomer products
Dispensing system
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Epoxy adhesive
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Processor
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Encoder
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Module
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Sensor
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Bearings
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Breaktime 7-20-98
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Powerline filters
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The Ultimate Razor
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Linear guides
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Bolt and stud extractor
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Editorial 7-20-98
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IGBTs
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Drives
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Welding equipment
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Synthetic lubricants
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Injection molding
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Assembly options grow
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You've just designed a great new product, but need the perfect fastening solution to keep it all together. Lucky for you manufacturers of fastening and assembly products are focused on tackling your most challenging problems. Here's a sampling of some of their solutions
Elastomer becomes a lifesaver
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Linear slides
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Pleat pack elements
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Safety light barrier
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CD-ROM
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Linear measuring system
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Automotive body
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Medical devices
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Block connectors
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Bus cables
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Software
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Power supplies
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Diaphragm valves
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