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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in August 2009
Rapid Casting Process 'Picture Perfect' for Camera Housing
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Zinc-aluminum casting with graphite molds offers economical alternative to die casting, machining
Multi-Jackbolt Tensioners Solve Bolting Issues on CERN Collider
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Limited space and high clamping force requirements called for a unique bolting solution
Design Engineers Plan Push toward Injection Molding
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Design News' study also shows growing interest in rapid prototyping systems
Polyphenylsulfone Resin Replaces Aluminum in Recyclable Airline Catering Trolley
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AeroCat's virtually all-thermoplastic design is the world's lightest
Nucor Refines Steel Recycling Using NI Technologies
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Developing automation systems to reduce electricity use
An Edge on the Future of Driving
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Beveled retaining ring makes electronic steering more efficient
SCC Allows Recycling of Tungsten Heavy Alloys
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One of the densest metals is downsized into controlled particle sizes
Outsourcing vs. In-House Engineered Solutions
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Metal coating technologies provide critical edge for dry bulk solids handling leader
Unique Urethane Dampens Shocks and Noise
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Specialized polymer acts like a solid and liquid, competing against metal springs, rubber, foams and vinyls
Rapid Prototyping Using FARO's Laser ScanArm V3
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Synergeering Group added the Quantum Laser ScanArm to expand and better its services
Stryker Will Build a Metal Molding Plant
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New captive capacity signals trend to MIM for precise medical parts




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