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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in January 2005
CAD-to-Motion Tool Seals Curtain Bags
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Gluing machine auto-generates seam sealing paths from CAD drawings
Breaking Away
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1/10/2005  Post a comment
Striving to improve cycling performance, engineers push the envelope on lightweight materials
Ask The Search Engineer
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1/10/2005  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Low-Pressure Molding Option
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Rotational molding produces hollow parts cheaply
Plastics at Home
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Materials Options Widen
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Engineers find more choices for economically solving engineering problems
Odd Shapes, Cool Cars
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Polycarbonate glazing continues to dazzle with its potential for automotive styling, but wide adoption is not yet in sight
Smaller Can Be Bigger
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Tweaks to polymer chemistry and tiny tooling developments yield improved plastic parts
Twisted, Not Screwed
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Use of PPA in packaging makes twist-to-uncork easy
Products
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Potentials in Materials
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Materials choices for engineers continue to grow in a range of applications
Peer Advice
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From www.designnews.com, engineers offer each others advice and answers to some nagging questions




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