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    Established in 1977, Mecmesin is a British company specialising in the design and manufacture of force, materials testing, and torque measurement equipment for quality control.  Mecmesin is part...
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    For over twenty years Virtual Industries has been a leading supplier of manual vacuum handling solutions to the worlds high technology firms. Their patented ESD safe products are used by CLASS I clean...
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    Dip coating provides a very stable decorative and protective coating at a very competitive per piece price. Tool handles and wire racks are among the items that should be dip coated. Dip coating can...
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    Malvern Panalytical technologies are used by scientists and engineers in a wide range of industries and organizations to solve the challenges associated with maximizing productivity, developing better...
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    Tinius Olsen is the leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of static tension and/or compression materials testing machines. Tinius Olsen machines are designed for use in Research and Quality...
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    Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas is an integral part of the global Olympus network with specific responsibility for the sales and marketing of industrial instrumentation in the Americas. The...
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    Instron is a leading provider of testing equipment for the material testing and structural testing markets. Instron’s products test the mechanical properties and performance of various...
  • Article - 13 Jul 2011
    Master Bond’s rubber bonding adhesives, sealants, and coatings bond rubber to metals, plastics, ceramics, glass, wood, and other rubbers. These compounds are custom formulated to meet specific design...
  • News - 12 Sep 2005
    Scientists have developed a new ultra-light limb that can mimic the movement in a real hand better than any currently available. This research was presented today at the Institute of Physics...
  • Article - 26 Mar 2001
    The evolution of the tennis racket, from early wooden models through to modern day composites is described, as well as considering the potential use of piezoelectrics in the future.