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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in February 2011
Enhanced Loctite 243 Threadlocker
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2/28/2011  Post a comment
Medium strength, primerless threadlocker for metal fasteners up to 3/4-inch in diameter.
LL335 Series Cable Assemblies
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2/24/2011  Post a comment
Offer a minimum bend radius of 1.5 in. and are available in-stock in 36-, 48- and 60-inch lengths.
Laser-Cladding Boosts Cylinder Performance
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2/24/2011  Post a comment
A special powder is metallurgically bonded to cylinder rods.
Electronics Are Molded Into RFID Device
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2/24/2011  1 comment
It's the first UHF-frequency RFID tag to meet rigorous aviation requirements.
Standoffs Target Compact Electronics
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2/24/2011  Post a comment
New clinch standoff offers significant improvements versus welded standoffs.
Nano Compounds Boost Bearing Performance
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2/24/2011  1 comment
Bearing lifetime is extended six times
Small-Diameter Microtubes
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2/22/2011  Post a comment
PEEK microtubes and profiles for medical industry.
TPE Compound Formulated for Bumper Extensions
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2/17/2011  Post a comment
Toughness for scrapes against high curbs and moldability for parts that are long or combine rigid and elastic segments.
Customized Front Panels
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2/17/2011  Post a comment
5 to 50 front panels modified with custom cut-outs, handles and silk screen are available in as few as 5 days.
PEM Type SGPC Swaging Collar Studs
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2/15/2011  Post a comment
Accommodate multiple panels and dissimilar materials.
Why Liquid Silicone Rubber Is Hot
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2/15/2011  Post a comment
Two-shot molding creates cost-effective integrated assemblies particularly appealing for medical, electronic, aerospace and other high-value markets.
Medical Grade FEP Heat Shrink
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2/14/2011  Post a comment
Allows the heat shrink to soften and contain the resins being reflowed beneath.
Shielded Cabinets meet MIL-STD-461D for EMC
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2/9/2011  Post a comment
Features reinforced corner members, cross-bracing and stiffeners to handle rugged applications.
Silver Conductive Epoxy
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2/8/2011  Post a comment
Withstands thermal cycling and is resistant to chemicals, including water, oil and most organic solvents.
Brush-on Polymer Seals Porosity in Welds
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2/8/2011  Post a comment
Low dynamic viscosity enables it to wick deeply into pores, seams and between close-fitting ferrous metal surfaces.
Is the Plastic Engine Close?
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2/8/2011  1 comment
A plastic engine tested by Ford 25 years ago wasn't ready for prime time, but plastics' use is heating up once again.
Lubrication Devices for Rack & Pinion Systems
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2/7/2011  Post a comment
Designed to work with any type of rack and pinion system.
Co-Extruded Plastic Tubing
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2/2/2011  Post a comment
Combines the functionality of polyethylene with the flexibility of EVA.




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