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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in April 2000
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THIXOMOLDING, what's that?
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Looking for a way to make lightweight, strong parts quickly? Thixomolding may be your process.
Miniaturization: not just electronics anymore
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Technologies that made micro-electronics possible are now helping to shrink mechanical systems
Products Bonanza 2000
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Trapezoidal screws have centralizing threads
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Sound System
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A molded polyurethane composite helps one company make automotive audio enclosures that meet the acoustic and physical challenges of the road
Fastening, Joining & Assembly
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Adhesive tape passes road test
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A high-strength adhesive bonds panels to posts on custom trailers




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