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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in February 2011
Critical Elements' Supplies Worry US Scientists
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2/22/2011  1 comment
Materials' group calls on the federal government to monitor supplies, develop alternatives.
High-Tech Parts Planned for Joint Strike Fighter
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Laser sintered PEEK may be used for complex brackets and ductwork in F-35 Lightening II.
New Golf Balls Fly Farther, Straighter
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2/15/2011  1 comment
Moldable thermoplastic replaces solid rubber core in DuPont and Nike collaboration.
Medicare Rule Triggers Antimicrobial Compound
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2/9/2011  Post a comment
Medical device manufacturers are showing renewed interest in technologies that fight hospital infections.
New Project Targets Stronger Magnesium
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Thixomat eyes technology for liquid forming of magnesium into sheet and molded parts.
PEEK Cranial Implant Debuts at MD&M
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2/7/2011  Post a comment
Custom-designed, laser-sintered implant would be delivered to surgeons in two days.




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