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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in July 2007
Boeing Joins with Russia's VSMPO-Avisma to Meet Titanium Demands for 787 Dreamliner
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7/30/2007  Post a comment
Boeing's capacity to produce composites must double to meet projected demand for the 787 Dreamliner over the next five years
Exclusive: Engineer Shot Down Faulty Big Dig Epoxy in 1999
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7/30/2007  Post a comment
A Massachusetts highway engineer denied approval to the fast-setting epoxy material used in Boston's Big Dig
Jergens Releases New Line of Thread Repair Inserts
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7/27/2007  Post a comment
Inserts meet MS and NAS standards
Big Dig Concrete Supplier Aggregate to Pay $42 Million
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7/27/2007  Post a comment
Agrees to pay to settle civil and criminal investigations against the company
2007 Reader's Choice Awards
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7/25/2007  Post a comment
Which products do you think deserve Design News' esteemed "Best Consumer Product" award?
How to Select the Proper Latch for Any Designed Enclosure
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7/16/2007  Post a comment
Consider access hardware early in the design process to avoid costly problems
Big Dig Tunnel Ceiling Collapse Could Have Been Avoided
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7/10/2007  Post a comment
Routine inspections could have prevented death in Big Dig project
Bayer May Further Delay Chinese Polycarbonate Project
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7/3/2007  Post a comment
Shortage of components and labor in busy Shanghai add to the woes




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