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  • Projection Welding of Fasteners to Hot Stamped Boron Steel
    Projection welding of fasteners is widely used in automotive component assembly. Hot stamped boron. steel is becoming more prevalent in the attempt to create lighter weight components with increased. tensile strength, which helps manufacturers meet regulatory requirements while maintaining 5-Star
  • About Dipoles, Halbach, & Stelter Arrays
    Dipoles consist of a pair of magnets across a gap. They come in many shapes/sizes and the magnets are usually mounted on a steel frame (also called a yoke) for magnetic efficiency, magnetic shielding and/or mechanical strength. Dipoles are used when an application requires a specific magnetic field
  • Asea Overhead Crane, Ovake Steel
    frame. (Also Hvilans cranes are converted with Dellner Brakes).
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    are made with a stainless steel frame that is polished to a 150 grit finish. The device's hydraulically operated platen is made of 316 L stainless steel and includes a Viton sealing ring, which allows the device to operate at pressures up to 50 psi. The unit features a hinged Lexan safety enclosure
  • Give glue a go
    (a common method of construction in the industry). The second was constructed entirely using Lord Engineered Adhesives. The doors were hung to a heavy steel frame and a hole was drilled in the lower corner of each to simulate where a horse might kick the panel. Then technicians threaded a 3/4-ton winch
  • Mold Material - Lessons in the Use of Electroformed Nickel Tools - 05/05
    tools of various applications, the plating might be 0.080 " to 0.250 " thick and free standing or mounted in a steel frame with a filled epoxy mass casting for load bearing. An average nickel shell for an instrument panel slush mold tool would weigh about 150 pounds. A completed RTM tool
  • 2003 Lincoln Town Car
    interesting changes are under the sheet metal: a new frame, steeringsystem, front suspension, brake-system upgrades, and improvements to the rear suspension. Front-framerails are now fully boxed sections of hydroformed steel, said to be lighter, stronger, and moreuniform than previously used
  • No Holes, No Problem
    A truck manufacturer switched most of its cab designs from the traditional stick frame to a more "automotive" monocoque construction. This significantly increased the number of material combinations that had to be fastened. Stack-ups consisted of three to four materials, including aluminum sheet

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