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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in May 2011
Powder Metal Parts Cut Costs
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5/20/2011  1 comment
2011 design winners are announced at PowderMet2011 conference in San Francisco.
Custom Implants Delivered in One Day
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PEEK implants are machined and shipped quickly by startup medical manufacturing company.
Bioplastic Capacity Soars While Demand is Less Clear
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European study predicts a doubling of capacity in five years.
Additive Manufacturing Strongly Bounces Back
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Use of the technology is spreading widely, even to examination and reproduction of ancient skeletons.
New Technology Integrates Phone Antennas into Decorative Films
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The number of antennas in mobile phones may mushroom to 16 as bandwidths explode.
New Bioplastic Features Higher HDT, Impact
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Teknor Apex develops PLA compound that overcomes traditional inability to improve both thermal and impact properties.
New Solid Injection System Boosts Polyurethane Design
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Novel method from Bayer MaterialScience enables the use of very light or heavy fillers, or also the combination of different types.
USCAR Announces New Fastening Technology
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5/2/2011  Post a comment
High-frequency sound waves determine the force needed to clamp two components together.




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