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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in February 2009
Engineering Materials Expand Potential for Digital Manufacturing
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2/27/2009  Post a comment
Stratasys and EOS target high-end markets, such as aircraft, with new polymer grades
Producers Target Growth Markets
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2/24/2009  Post a comment
New metals target aircraft, power, solar applications
Clarified Polypropylene Takes Aim at Polycarbonate Applications
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See-through visibility of the new compound nears PC, but without potential health risks
Rapid Prototyping Tools Showcased at SolidWorks World 2009
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2/10/2009  Post a comment
The concept of a true personal 3D printer gets a bit closer to reality as price points drop
Konarka, Dow Target Bigger Roles for Plastics in Solar Power
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2/6/2009  Post a comment
New solar projects are boosting efficiencies using flexible polymer structures




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