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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in May 1998
Phones of the future
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TUBING
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Plastics spark electronics designs
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Benefits include fewer parts,more design freedom, longer life, less cost
Metallocenes meet FDA requirements
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Materials run tires flat out
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Chemistry and compounds come together to give drivers peace of mind
Nylon 46 increases mold tool life
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Polyethylene resists high impacts
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Athletes have a ball with thermoplastics
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Hinge
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Compostable plastic commercialized
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
UV silicones cure fast and tack-free
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Materials Editor Gary Chamberlain cites noteworthy plastics products
Software drives racing's leading edge
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Race car engineers leverage the latest CAE tools to nose their team ahead of the competition




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