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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in January 2008
APTCO Releases Portable Power Tool for Fastening Swages
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1/30/2008  Post a comment
New tool fastens swages in 12 seconds
Darkest Manmade Material Created with Carbon Nanotubes
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1/24/2008  Post a comment
Strong absorption and low reflection may lead to uses in solar applications
Congress to Approve National Tunnel Inspection Program in Wake of Big Dig Ceiling Tunnel Collapse
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1/22/2008  Post a comment
House expected to approve legislation tonight, Senate to take up bill later this year
Graphene Used for Sensors, Solar and LCDs
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1/14/2008  Post a comment
Researchers use micromechanical cleavage to produce smallest, strongest, most conductive material
Future Soldier Will Generate Power
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1/7/2008  Post a comment
American soldier of the future will be garbed in an array of lightweight nanoscale materials
GM Switches Materials to Cut Costs
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1/7/2008  Post a comment
Materials substitutions can yield huge savings in the face of soaring metals and plastics costs. GM adopts a new strategy
Porous Copper Structures Developed ata Micro Scale
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1/4/2008  Post a comment
New structures are used in MEMS detonators by Navy developers
Clippard Releases New Aluminum In-Line Manifold
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1/3/2008  Post a comment
New in-line manifold from Clippard features aluminum construction




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