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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in June 2010
Tridak® Releases New Diaphragm Valves for Reactive Fluids
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6/30/2010  Post a comment
Tridak's diaphragm valves offer stroke adjustment to precisely dial-in the desired shot volume for consistent and repeatable performance.
Avery Dennison Surgical Drape Tapes and Incise Film Solutions Satisfy Challenging Application Requirements
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6/28/2010  Post a comment
Drape tapes that fill a wide range of skin adhesion needs are available as bordering tapes, fenestration tapes and OP strips
Additive Systems Slash Aircraft Materials Costs
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6/23/2010  Post a comment
Aircraft engineers are exploring additive manufacturing systems as a way to dramatically cut costs for critical metal components, such as rotating engine parts
3-D Composite Design Gives Pipistrel Lift
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6/23/2010  Post a comment
Using CATIA composites, Pipistrel models both mechanical systems and aircraft shape to achieve optimal aerodynamics
Auto Industry Decreases Carbon Footprint
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6/22/2010  Post a comment
Auto industry is turning to newly developed light, high-strength steel to decrease a vehicle's carbon footprint
DSM's Somos® NeXt
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6/15/2010  Post a comment




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