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bonded

Commerce deposited in a bonded warehouse; placed or stored in bond
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* Labor savings--the self-adhesive tape is bonded to the profile inside the tool as part of the extrusion process.
Unlike other coatings, the bonded film is said to pass ASTM's 3349-4B adhesion test for plastics.
What are the benefits to changing to a predominantly Western Bentonite bonded sand system?
But imagine this: Say the first car on one train is bonded to the first car on the other.
Sessions will cover market drivers and growth forecast; development of lower cost, higher energy materials; the impact of industry consolidation on end-users; new bonded magnet design and modeling software; and patent and licensing issues.
Complete reclamation of organically bonded sand can be achieved at lower temperatures (500C or 932F), minimizing thermal shock cracking and reducing heat loss.
If only 50% of a bonded area is in close contact, the measured strength would be 50% of what it would be if 100% were in contact.
A short introduction into the multitude of questions arising with regard to the structure of bonded components will be provided and the possibilities available for finding the corresponding answers will be examined.
They now suggest that the fullerenes begin with a small collection of carbon atoms bonded to each other in a network of adjoining hexagons.