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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in November 2010
Red-Fluorescing Light Cure Adhesive in Gel Formulation
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11/24/2010  1 comment
Non-sagging light cure adhesive fluoresces red for easy on-part detection
Qosina PLA Tweezer Forceps
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11/22/2010  Post a comment
Environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic
OKS Coating Provides Corrosion Protection for Lenze Geared Motors
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11/19/2010  Post a comment
Coating for Lenze geared motors and gearboxes provides surface and corrosion protection to withstand extremely harsh ambient conditions.
New Potting Material Withstands Exposure to Harsh Chemicals
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11/17/2010  Post a comment
Loctite epoxy potting compound meets requirements for explosion proof motors
Cable Carrier Extends Crane More Than a Quarter Mile
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11/16/2010  Post a comment
Igus cable carrier system enables two massive cranes to each travel 1,448 feet to unload coal at Malaysian power plant.
More Composites for Cars?
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11/16/2010  Post a comment
Lessons learned from the Dreamliner will be applied to car production to reduce weight and boost electric vehicle range.
FAS Power DCP Clear Plastic Covers
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11/15/2010  Post a comment
Keep electrical assemblies clean and finish ready.
Toughened Two Part Epoxy Adhesive/Sealant
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11/12/2010  Post a comment
Meets NASA low outgassing specifications and is cryogenically serviceable.
PEM Fasteners for Use with PC Boards
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11/12/2010  Post a comment
All types install permanently, reduce the need for loose hardware, eliminate secondary operations and streamline the production process.
Lexan Sheet for Train Window Frames
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11/11/2010  Post a comment
Offers sustainability advantages over SMC, including reduction of volatile organic compound emissions associated with conventional painting and curing.
New Assembly Technologies Slash Costs
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11/8/2010  Post a comment
Two of the processes introduced at K 2010 reduce weight and costs in the new Audi A8.
Extem UP Thermoplastic Polyimide
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11/5/2010  Post a comment
Flame-retardant Extem UP thermoplastic polyimide resins.
Flaring Services
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11/4/2010  Post a comment
Flares are available in a variety of styles and each tube is customized to fit your application.
RoHS Compliant, Sustainable Designed CD Couplings
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11/3/2010  Post a comment
CD couplings are available in many models and sizes including custom designs for unusually large and challenging applications such as wind turbines.
Break-In Lubricity For Aluminum Pistons
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11/2/2010  Post a comment
Break-in lubricity and galling resistance for mating aluminum surfaces.
MIL-STD-1553 Box Coupler, Two Stub
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11/2/2010  Post a comment
Operates over the full Mil-temp range of -55 to +130C.
SABIC's Random Copolymer PP Grades for High Performance in Cast Film
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11/1/2010  Post a comment
SABIC PP 621P resin, made without anti-block and slip agent, can be used for customized CoF requirements in tailored films.
Shrinkable Fabric Covers for Aircraft Parts
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11/1/2010  Post a comment
Consist of an outer layer that is UV-resistant and anti-condensation, a middle adhesive layer and a soft inner layer.




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