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Content posted in February 2013
Gadget Freak Case #233: Inline Clock With Electromechanical Incandescent Display
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2/21/2013  Post a comment
David Christianson's inline clock has an electromechanical incandescent display based on an array of tiny projectors that share a ground glass rear projection plane.
Speed to Market
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2/20/2013  1 comment
Watch Proto Labs customers talk about the importance of getting products to market quickly.
NX CAE Symposium 2012: View Presentations
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2/1/2013  Post a comment
The NX CAE Symposium 2012 spotlighted the power and significance of CAE in today’s product development world.
Nordson EFD Dispensing Components
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2/1/2013  Post a comment
Nordson EFD’s Optimum® fluid dispensing components produce the most accurate, repeatable deposits possible.
Flexibilized Epoxy System
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2/1/2013  Post a comment
Supreme 10HTFL has a unique blend of physical and mechanical properties.
To Use a Gun Applicator for Applying Epoxy
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2/1/2013  2 comments
Step-by-step demo to see how easy it is to use our gun applicator for dispensing 2-component epoxies.
How to Use a Flexible Divider Pouch
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2/1/2013  Post a comment
How to use a pre-measured flexible divider pouch, a convenient and easy-to-use way to apply epoxy.
How to Apply Super Fast Curing Epoxy
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2/1/2013  Post a comment
Master Bond EP65HT-1 epoxy is used to show how a fast curing compound can set up at room temperature.




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