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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in December 2000
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Pressure balancing eliminates coupling spills
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A small valve annular area is the key to a fluoroplastic, quick-disconnect coupling
Engineering Barbie
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New materials and manufacturing technologies come into play at Mattel
Fastening, Joining & Assembly
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Fastening
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The Best Products of 2000
The Best Products of 2000
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The theme of this year
Coatings ease out sticky parts
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Engineers try eight different coatings to find the most effective and economical one
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