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Content posted in October 2012
Gadget Freak Case #228: Super LED Flashlight Hits 3,000 Lumens
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10/19/2012  Post a comment
John Duffy, a 15-year-old Gadget Freak, has put together a powerful LED flashlight that runs at almost 30W and 3,000 lumens.
Linear Actuator Shooting Gallery
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10/15/2012  1 comment
How linear actuators can be used to help police and soldiers improve their marksmanship.
Gadget Freak Case #227: Wearable Computer Keeps Tabs on Fido & Kitty
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10/5/2012  6 comments
Pete Cross created the PetInspect gadget to record data on how a pet is being treated while it is boarded.
Microchip Expands Its USB Portfolio
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10/4/2012  1 comment
Design News's Rich Nass talks with Wayne Freeman, Microchip's product marketing manager.
UV Curable Epoxy-Based System UV15
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10/1/2012  Post a comment
Master Bond UV15 features exceptional thermal stability and very low shrinkage upon cure.
Physical Strength Properties of Epoxy Adhesives
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10/1/2012  1 comment
Learn about the 5 key strength properties that make epoxies ideal for high-performance bonding.
Biocompatible Epoxy System EP42HT-2Med
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10/1/2012  1 comment
Master Bond EP42HT-2Med features high temperature resistance and outstanding chemical resistance.
NASA Low Outgassing Epoxy for Service up to 400°F
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10/1/2012  Post a comment
EP21TCHT-1 passes NASA low outgassing tests and develops a high bonding strength.




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