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Content posted in March 2010
New Precoated Stainless Steels Boost Productivity
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Proprietary coating process uses less energy
Multi-Materials Printing Shakes up Antenna Manufacturing
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3/24/2010  1 comment
A new additive process can produce complex, three-dimensional parts from ceramics, metals and plastics
Cray CX1 Upgrade Supports Intel 5600 Processor
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3/18/2010  1 comment
Desk-side supercomputer accelerates performance for computationally intensive applications
Hewlett-Packard Prepares Entry in Rapid Prototyping
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3/17/2010  2 comments
There's a new 600-lb gorilla in the RP market
ABB Robots Rock with Bon Jovi
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Inverse kinematic motions and Robot Animator software create robotic choreography
New IBM Technology Can Recover Plastic Waste
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Plastics are remade into their original chemicals with catalysts
Move to Plastic Springs Dictated Design Approach
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3/12/2010  1 comment
A rectangular cross section maximizes use of material, as opposed to the more common round wire spring design
New DuPont Nylons Boost Under-the-Hood Performance
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New engines requires plastics that hold up under the heat
New JV Promotes PC Auto Glazing in Japan
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Bayer MaterialScience joins forces with Mitsubishi and Kyowa Industrial
Fisker's First Hybrid Features Aluminum Frame
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A super-structural tunnel is the vehicle's backbone
Radio Unifies Home Audio with Portable Devices
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Smart phones and iPods play audio through home speakers




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