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35-0203-00 Digi-Key Judco Manufacturing Inc Tools HEAT SHRINK MACHINE FL10 125V 1"

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    of the shaft and it falls off. This does require care and experience with a torch, so take it to your machine shop if you don't have the experience, or when the part is too expensive to risk. Small shafts may warp under the heat of a cutting torch, so find another way to repair them. One possibility
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    the difference between an instrument made of the composite and one made of stainless steel encased in heat-shrink tubing. The material is offered in black, gray, or off-white. It is also available in two configurations, one designed to meet the needs of the disposable market and the other intended
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    Thermal Bonder Streamlines Catheter Assembly Supplier of heat-shrink tubing and catheter products hails machine's consistency and repeatability Radio-frequency die bonding is a proven process for bonding urethane balloons to catheter shafts, but it comes with a significant price tag. Seeking
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    Company announces launch of new heat-shrink tubing line. Extremely thin-walled polyolefin heat-shrink tubing has been introduced by Cobalt Polymers (Cloverdale, CA; 800/337-0901). The highly flexible, strong tubing was developed specifically for medical device applications. It is available
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    of polyester heat-shrink tubing and related products and services investigated several options. All except one a thermal bonding process using a split-die machine involved unacceptable tradeoffs, according to Mike Barbere, assembly engineering manager at API produces a range of thin-wall heat-shrink tubing
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    -shrinkable tubing in a variety of colours, shrink ratios, and sizes. Made-to-order tubing is USP Class VI and US FDA compliant. Radiopaque tubing is also available. A company offers a range of catheter hole-making equipment from manual and pneumatic drilling and punching machines to automated, programmable, three
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    the effects of heat on machine tools. "You don't want heat to build up in the spindle," LaVezzi says. "Heat causes expansion, and expansion causes distortion in the machine axes." To beat the heat, fluid-flow systems circulate coolants through the machines. In addition, equipment manufacturers now use
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    in roll form (rollstock), heat a section of it, then draw it into a 3-D shape. Forming machines run from two webs of film: the thermoforming or bottom web that creates the 3-D shape of the package or tray, and the top web that places a lid of Tyvek, foil, paper, or other material on the formed, filled

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