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Reliable connections

Wim Vanheertum details the latest developments in high-performance connectivity

3D models and animations

TR Fastenings enters world of 3D modelling with brand new product animations

Specifying fasteners

Steve Adkins explores the benefits a fastener expert that can deliver to OEMs and tier suppliers

Preventing nut and bolt self-loosening

Self-loosening can only be avoided by using appropriate thread locking devices

The importance of specifying correct fasteners

Ian Carvell explores the benefits a fastener expert can deliver to OEMs and tier suppliers

Customisable connectors

Martin Yiapanas discusses modular connectors for automated factory machinery and equipment

The right connections

Louise Smyth reports on the latest news from the fasteners sector

Reinventing the probe pin

By redesigning and fully automating the manufacturing process, spring probe pins can now deliver high performance at price of a stamped contact for high density, fine pitch applications

One minute curing resin

Specifically developed for resin transfer moulding processes with glass or carbon fibres

UV-adhesive for bonding elastomeric materials

Cure within seconds under UV or visible light and are suitable for high volume production in manual or automated production lines

Fast removal of fasteners

NCH Europe has launched K Release NF, a non-flammable release agent aerosol for manufacturing, construction, marine, rail and mining applications

Connectors for cooling water circuits

Thomas Maier explains how the right choice of materials prevents damage from corrosion by cooling water

Custom fasteners made stronger

Ben Moskalik presents a look into the little known but very interesting edgewinding process

Self-clinching pilot pins in several variations

Provide solutions for precise positioning, alignment, or pivot applications

Clinching the deal on cost

A look at the benefits of self-clinching technology against both welding and riveting and how costs is an important factor

Distributor, manufacturer – or both?

Martin Cleaver says yes – and no. Here he explains why mere acquisition of a manufacturing capability doesn’t necessarily deliver the benefits to the customer that a fully integrated approach offers.

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