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Content posted in December 2006
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Safety, The Movie
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Getting to Market Faster
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Five ways to bring the manufacturing and design teams together early in the product development process
Humidity sensor offers clear view
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Sensata Technologies improves performance of automatic defogging sensors
Better Data Aids Elastomer Modeling
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Santoprene has developed a new database that provides dynamic data for elastomer simulations
Integrated Coreless Transformer
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Infineon Technologies develops isolation technique for improved performance
X-ray Vision, Colors Augment Medical Plastics
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Versatility opens new doors for plastics




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