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Content tagged with Consumer Electronics
posted in February 2004
Manufacturing in Space
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2/26/2004  Post a comment
Assembling machinery while in orbit just one of NASA’s challenges
Buildup before the lottery drawing
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2/25/2004  Post a comment
Show goers get behind the scenes peek at lottery ball machine
Plastic Bearing Design Winners Show Ruggedness, Precision
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2/24/2004  Post a comment
From amusement park rides and farm equipment to medical uses, bearings handle tough environments and precise requirements at lower costs and parts counts
Say 'Color'
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2/23/2004  Post a comment
Special-effect colors help Kodak tailor the looks of one-time use cameras to consumer tastes around the world
Right on the Buck
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2/23/2004  Post a comment
Software upgrades allow efficient retrofitting of bill acceptors to read redesigned U.S. banknotes
Film Star
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2/23/2004  Post a comment
New LCD diffuser films target flaky coating failures
Electrifying new plastics
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2/17/2004  Post a comment
Five new products target electrical/electronic applications
In electronics assembly, new film star for LCD makers
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2/12/2004  Post a comment
The coated diffuser films used to mange the light in liquid crystal displays can give manufacturers a real headache. Usually made from polyester film coated with micron-sized optical beads, these films can lose bits of coating and develop optical defects as they make their way through the LCD manufacturing process, driving down yields substantially. GE Advanced Materials has come up with a new line of polycarbonate diffuser films that can eliminate these coating-related failures.
The Misunderstood Material
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2/3/2004  Post a comment
Just because a property is listed on a data sheet doesn't mean it's useful
Sharp Toys
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Make a TV
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