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  • Throughout the remainder of 2002, SCOPE was receiving monthly shipments of raw material such as high-strength aluminum and steel alloys and turning out thousands of components for the Libyan centrifuges.

    Fallout

  • "We believe we are approaching the practical limits for the application of high-strength steels," Frank Paluch , Honda Motor Co.'s senior vice president of research and development in North America, said last month.

    GM, Teijin Set Carbon-Fiber Venture

  • A company in Singapore had provided three hundred tons of high-strength aluminum alloy to the factory in Malaysia.

    Fallout

  • Material began pouring in from around the world: three hundred tons of high-strength aluminum from Bikar Metal Asia in Singapore, one hundred tons of steel alloy from Kobe Steel Company in Japan, and components shipped from the Tinner factory in Switzerland.

    Fallout

  • Instead, the massive crates contained roughly twenty-five thousand casings, pumps, tubes, flanges, and other parts, all manufactured to precise tolerances from high-strength aluminum and bound for warehouses in Libya.

    Fallout

  • In addition to stamping logos on cigarette papers for clients in the United Arab Emirates, she uses state-of-the-art milling machines to build parts for high-strength lids on gas turbines.

    The Engines of Growth

  • The high-strength cable winding around the big wheel atop that simple rig is from Germany.

    WSJ Credits 'Capitalism' For Saving The Miners, After It Endangered Them

  • In addition to stamping logos on cigarette papers for clients in the United Arab Emirates, she uses state-of-the-art milling machines to build parts for high-strength lids on gas turbines.

    The Engines of Growth

  • The high-strength cable winding around the big wheel atop that simple rig is from Germany.

    WSJ Credits 'Capitalism' For Saving The Miners, After It Endangered Them

  • In one modification, he was told to substitute steel for part of a centrifuge component that was supposed to be manufactured entirely from high-strength aluminum.

    Fallout

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