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Synonyms for contact


get or be in touch with


Synonyms for contact

a coming together so as to be touching

a situation allowing exchange of ideas or messages

an acquaintance who is in a position to help

to bring into or make contact with


to succeed in communicating with


Synonyms for contact

close interaction

the act of touching physically

the state or condition of touching or of being in immediate proximity

a person who is in a position to give you special assistance


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a channel for communication between groups

(electronics) a junction where things (as two electrical conductors) touch or are in physical contact

a communicative interaction


a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication

be in or establish communication with

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This technology enables cost reductions of about 20-40 percent for customers developing products that use clad material for electrical contacts.
2014-2019 Electrical Contacts and Contact Materials Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast
Due to such reasons, it has been difficult to use palladium-cobalt alloy plating solutions that are available on the market such as PALLADEX PC-100 as a substitute for gold plating solutions for electrical contacts in mass production level.
In addition, MEC BETRAS has a significant business in electrical contact rivets, which we have identified as a strategic growth opportunity within the overall metal fabrication markets," Rafferty said.
The transaction is part of Technitrol's overall plan to exit electrical contact products, now classified as discontinued for purposes of financial reporting, and transition to a single-segment company focusing solely on its core business - the design, manufacture and marketing of electronic components.
AMI DODUCO is a global leader in electrical contact technology and fabrication.
Held in Pittsburgh, the conference was attended by about 130 engineers internationally to discuss electrical contact properties in power and signal distribution.
Based in Philadelphia, Technitrol is a worldwide producer of electronic components, electrical contacts and assemblies and other precision-engineered parts and materials for manufacturers in the data networking, broadband/Internet access, telecommunications, military/aerospace, automotive and electrical equipment industries.
The seller is AMI Doduco, a Technitrol company and world leader in the manufacture of contact materials, semi-finished products and electrical contacts that also specializes in electromechanical components, surface coating technologies and precious metal recovery.
This facility will be fully automated and incorporate innovative manufacturing techniques, resulting in lower labor costs, higher quality electrical contacts, greater operating efficiencies and higher production volumes.
AMI DODUCO, a Technitrol (NYSE:TNL) Company, recently presented two publications at the 52nd IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contacts in Montreal, Canada.
This Indianapolis, Indiana-based company is a manufacturer of high current electrical contacts, Tungsten base metal alloys, and resistance welding consumables serving the automotive, transportation, utility, die casting, medical, military and metals industries.
Specialty coatings with Ni, Au, Ag, Ru, Rh, Pt are available for solder-wetting, etch-resistance, protective layers, and electrical contacts.
Manufacturers then employ one of several proprietary methods for managing particle deposition and wire formation that include template and percolation-based approaches, each suited for distinct applications and both capable of producing conductive nanowires that are automatically connected to the circuit's electrical contacts.
The key aspect of the technology is that nano-wires can be self-assembled between electrical contacts without the time consuming and expensive manipulation that typically hinders the production of nano-devices.
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