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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in August 2008
Caterpillar Uses New Tool to Reduce Steel Costs
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8/25/2008  1 comment
Workshop-based analysis yields 5-7 percent in cost savings
Powder Metal Parts Winners
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Designs save costs, boost performance
Taking Advantage of MIM
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For the right applications, the combined process proves advantageous
New Materials Target Environmental Problems
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Are they based on science or marketing?
Come Together
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Today's leading-edge fastening and joining techniques improve performance, but don't forget ease-of-use
Rapid Production Systems Show More Versatility
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Rugged parts can be produced quickly
Making It Faster and, of Course, Better
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Materials strive to provide more to satisfy customer demands
Compounds Target Tough Problems
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Design issues include ethanol, cost
Prefabricated Architecture: Engineering the Modern Home
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An exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art shows how prefab houses increasingly make use of design and manufacturing technologies from the industrial world




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