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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in May 2006
Heat Creates Sticky Problem
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Silicone adhesive helps keep heart scanner running cool
Flexural Pivots
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Medical Outsourcing Balloons
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Contract design expands in regulated field
Acrylic Adhesive Tape
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Breakthrough Developments in Medical Design
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Preclinical trials point to explosive growth for bioabsorbable polymers in coronary stents and other implantable devices
CAD Helps to Move Mountains
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Alibre Design helps an engineer get an innovative avalanche blaster out on the slopes
Heart Savers
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Tiny Designs Boost Micro Molding
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Here are three molded components that stretch the imagination
"E-Smart" tools
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Fabrics Get Smart
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Electro-active textiles serve as switches, sensors, and more
TriggerBond Adhesives
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Ceramabond 503
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New MTD Filter
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