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1998 NEW PRODUCTS BONANZA

1998 NEW PRODUCTS BONANZA

The New Products Bonanza personifies the best and the brightest that the engineering world has to offer.Manufacturers from across the country were invited to submit their most important new offerings, presented on the following pages. In the categories to follow you will find a variety of products that were designed with high-tech imagination, economical consideration,and good-old-fashioned innovation.

TEST, MEASUREMENT & CONTROL

Category offerings include cameras, RTDs, and multimeters. Several of the designs address accuracy and size.

FASTENING, JOINING & ASSEMBLY

Simple yet extremely important are the products that grace this category. This year, tapes, adhesives, and inserts are among the products featured here.

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS

Many of the products offer faster response time and smaller size.Offerings range from sensors and relays to connectors.

POWER TRANSMISSION & MOTION CONTROL

Motors, gaskets, and bearings are among the many products showcased in this section. Recent improvements include smaller size and higher efficiency.

COMPUTER PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS

This category offers products that can reduce costs and time-to-market, and increase efficiency. Highlights include design software, displays, and workstations.

PLASTICS, METALS & OTHER MATERIALS Films, foams, and elastomers are some of the products covered in this section. Moldability and abrasion resistance are some benefits these products provide.

FLUID POWER

Valves and cooling equipment occupy a majority of this section. Versatility, low cost, and increased safety are among the improvements highlighted.

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