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Stanley Engineered Fastening Helps Lightweight Autos

September 05
10:27 2019
    Stanley Engineered Fastening Helps Lightweight Autos

“How do you build an automobile that’s both lightweight and reduces harmful emissions? If you’re Audi, you look to (Stanley Engineered Fastening) for an innovative solution to join high strength steel with aluminum.”

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Mowins: More Than Weight Involved In Lightweight Fastener Design

May 29
04:23 2018
    Mowins: More Than Weight Involved In Lightweight Fastener Design

Among the issues: Assembly speed, tool life, line stoppage, torque monitoring, serviceability, aircraft downtime and even end of life disassembly.

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NanoSteel Introduces Tool Steel Material for Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing

June 19
13:19 2017
    NanoSteel Introduces Tool Steel Material for Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing

NanoSteel delivers “excellent” surface finish, flexibility, as well as strength and hardness for maximum die life. “This is a welcomed technological innovation to the fastener industry,” stated Mark Doll, CEO of Perfect Lock Bolt America Inc.

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Enabling Tech Drives Car Fastener Innovations

February 13
16:25 2017
    Enabling Tech Drives Car Fastener Innovations

Automakers are reducing weight and improving fuel efficiency by pushing the limits of high strength steels, according to Salim Brahimi, Director of Engineering Technology at the Industrial Fasteners Institute.

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Steel Remains the Go-To Material for Automakers

January 12
12:18 2017
    Steel Remains the Go-To Material for Automakers

Automakers seeking to reduce vehicle weight to improve fuel economy increasingly use other metals such as aluminum and composites such as carbon fiber. Yet, steel remains the overall material of choice, Wards Auto reports.

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