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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in August 2007
Minneapolis I-35W Bridge Removal, Rebuild Plans Move Forward
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8/30/2007  Post a comment
Debris removal speeds up and new bridge plans emerge as last collapse victim is recovered
Boeing Performs Crash Test on 787 Dreamliner
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8/29/2007  Post a comment
Tests currently under analysis
Boston’s Longfellow Bridge Has Structural Deficiencies
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8/29/2007  Post a comment
Inspectors find two deteriorated support beams
MRC Introduces High-Temperature Plane Bearing Inserts
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8/20/2007  Post a comment
Three-part construction is approved by USDA
Norm Abram's Big Break and Continuing Wood Working Education
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8/14/2007  Post a comment
NYW host Norm Abram kicked off his television career by building a garage/workshop with little waste
Russell Morash, the Father of How-To Television
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Russell Morash's how-to television career spans 54 years of public television
Titebond, Elmer’s and Gorilla in the Great Glue Rush
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Glue giants boast increase in glue number, type and quality
AutomationDirect Announces Availability of Hubbell/Wiegmann Disconnect Enclosures
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8/13/2007  Post a comment
New addition to Automation Direct catalog
Use MIM to Produce Small Complex Shapes
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Process provides strength and excellent finish with reduced cost
Specialized Surface Treatments
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Advanced rubber processing techniques provide application-specific solutions
With Plastics, It’s Good to Use More Gas
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Adding nitrogen improves molding quality and reduces cost
You Have A Problem, ETPs Have An Answer
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High-performance plastics can provide strength and heat resistance
Rapid Prototypes Expand into Offices, End Parts
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The field of rapid prototyping is entering a new phase
High-Strength Plastics and Processes Provide A Strong Punch
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Structural web gas assist provides another weapon for use of engineering plastics
New 'Green' Plastics Start to Sprout
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There's a lot of new action in plastics made from sustainable resources
Get into Gear with Plastic
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New materials and industry specifications provide the keys
New Assembly Hardware Solves Plant-Floor Productivity Issues
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Hydro-pneumatic installation tools are stronger, faster
MCM Challenges Metals
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Advanced material properties add functionality
Hardware Solves Plant-Floor Productivity Issues
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New hydro-pneumatic installation tools are stronger, faster
Aluminum, Stainless Boost Styling
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The Nokia 6500 Classic and Buick Enclave get a classy look
Rapid Manufacturing's Role in the Factory of the Future
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Rapid prototyping machines and materials are evolving into “direct digital” manufacturing systems that produce production parts right from CAD files
From Bolts to Volts
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Color coding, adhesives and latches evolve
New Grades Improve Weatherability, Molding
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TPV cuts injection molding cycle times by 15 percent
I-35W Bridge Collapse: DN 's Latest Photos from the Scene
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8/10/2007  Post a comment
I-35W roadway collapse: DN editor-in-chief takes close-up photos
Trelleborg IntroducesNew SALine for Turcon Variseal
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PTFE and spring-based seal offers solutions for aerospace industry
Recovery Efforts Continue in Minneapolis’ I-35W Bridge Collapse
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8/7/2007  Post a comment
Vehicles and possibly victims could be under the fragments of deck found around the scene of the I-35W bridge collapse
Recovery Efforts to Begin in I-35W Bridge Collapse
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8/6/2007  Post a comment
Portions of collapsed Minneapolis highway to be removed
Structurally Deficient Bridges in the United States
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8/3/2007  Post a comment
Though the conditions that triggered the catastrophic collapse of I-35W are not yet known, speculation surrounding the rest of the country’s bridges has begun




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