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fastening

[¦fas·niŋ]
(design engineering)
A spike, bolt, nut, or other device to connect rails to ties.
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16 March 2016 - US-based mergers and acquisitions advisor Generational Equity's client, US-based fastening systems maker Disc-Lock, Inc.
Fry Fastening systems specializes in construction tools and fasteners for commercial and residential needs.
During the session "A Review of the New Bedding Laws" at the ACA National Conference in Orlando, a question was asked if a "snap" fastening device would meet the new Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) guidelines for manufacturers of bunk beds.
Cut angled floor-ends and roof-ends on the ten angled braces and toenail or (better) fasten with right-angled fastening plates to floor.
A new research program launched in December will examine a range of topics in fastening and bonding of composite parts.
A method of preparing a refastenable article comprising: providing a refastenable training pant comprising a chassis having a leading edge, a trailing edge, and a first and a second lateral edges extending in a longitudinal direction between the leading edge and the trailing edge, the refastenable training pant comprising a first pair of side panels attached to the chassis proximal one of the leading edge and the trailing edge of the chassis and a second pair of side panels attached to the chassis proximal another of the leading edge and the trailing edge of the chassis, wherein the first pair of side panels each comprise a first distal edge and a first fastening component and the second pair of side panels each comprise a second distal edge and a second fastening component.
It is the UK's only event dedicated to advanced fastening and bonding and showcases all the latest products, methods and processes for 21st Century applications.
com)-- As we look to the new year once again we foresee the need for design engineers to find ever more ingenious ways of fastening and assembling products with higher quality and lower cost, either using mechanical fastening or adhesive technologies.