Compounding Lines: December 1996 Edition

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Compound Nails Precolor, Structural Needs

ITW Paslode of Vernon Hills, IL developed the first, and only, cordless nailer serving the construction industry. The Paslode Impulse Compact, weighing less than 7 lbs., is used for new construction and remodeling. The Compact is ideal for light framing, … Continue reading

Precolored Compounds Provide Strewngth, Aesthetics

Demand by medical and dental professionals prompted Op-d-op, Inc. of Roseville, CA to develop a protective medical visor shield. The visor and attached shield is placed over the head and worn during operations, exams, and routine dental work. The visor … Continue reading

Newest Technologies Reduce V-22 Cost By 22%

The Osprey "tiltrotor" aircraft typifies the innovation and creativity common to the aerospace industry. The V-22 was originally developed in response to a directive from the Department of Defense in 1981. In 1994, the DOD authorized development of "production representative" … Continue reading

Specialty Material Keeps Conveyor System On Track

Rolcon/Venix of Cincinnati, OH came to RTP Company for a conductive material to meet the demands of high-speed conveyor bushings. RTP Company engineers developed an electrically conductive compound meeting all material demands including high strength and impact resistance. The conveyor … Continue reading

Projector Showcases Stable, High Temp Compound

Sarif, Inc. of Vancouver, WA is a company based on innovative thinking. Sarif was established in 1994 to manufacture small, high-resolution active matrix LCDs for use in projectors and virtual reality headgear. Sarif’s Revolution LCD projector was the company’s first … Continue reading

New Conductive Compounds Open Possibilities

New and modified reinforcements and additives are having a dramatic impact on the performance of conductive compounds. RTP Company Research and Development engineers routinely evaluate these innovations. As product designers and engineers require critically-engineered materials, they turn to RTP Company … Continue reading