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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in October 1997
UK Manufacturing Week
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Noteworthy technology on display
Firm perks with PEEK
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A product developed in 1978 and a company formed in 1993 have a profitable relationship
Product news
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Prowler advances aluminum technology
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Prowlers engineers and designers maintained a direct link between concept and reality
Product News
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Airbags: Materials make a difference
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Are airbags needless killers?
Safety:Does it sell cars?
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Design News readers face off on this buying-decision issue
In brief: Materials
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Resins reach the engine
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10/6/1997  1 comment
Polymers hit the engine




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