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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in July 2010
South Bend Controls' Diaphragm Valves Molded Of High Performance Plastics
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7/29/2010  1 comment
Valves provide flow control of highly aggressive fluids in medical and commercial products
Green Materials Set to Dominate K 2010
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7/29/2010  Post a comment
Major environmental themes, from bioplastics to nonbrominated flame retardants, will be front and center in this year's giant German polymers show - K 2010.
Amcor's Hot Fill PET Container
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7/28/2010  Post a comment
Uses patented active hinge technology
Exatec, ULVAC Announce Technology Collaboration
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7/27/2010  Post a comment
Mass production of coating solutions will drive use of polycarbonate for car windows.
PennEngineering's Atlas Family of Fasteners
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Plus+Tite blind threaded steel inserts introduced with straight shank design
Z Corp.'s New 3-D Printers
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7/22/2010  1 comment
ZPrinter 150 and ZPrinter 250 have a small physical footprint
Adhesives Target Hard-to-Bond Plastics
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7/20/2010  Post a comment
New two-part acrylic-based adhesive offers superior performance on polyolefin plastics.
Design Engineering Salary and Career Insight
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7/15/2010  Post a comment
Responses to Design News' 2010 salary survey indicate stabilizing pay rates, rebounding industry demand and a level of job satisfaction that remains high enough for most to recommend the profession to others.
Too Much Oil, Not Enough Engineering
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7/14/2010  Post a comment
Gulf of Mexico disaster brings energy problems to forefront
Heyco's Flexilok Nylon Conduit Fittings
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7/13/2010  Post a comment
Allow quick installation of conduit or tubing with no threading
PennEngineering's PEM® Micro Self-Clinching Standoff Fasteners
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Manufactured from 400 Series stainless steel




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