Sherex is a manufacturer of engineered fastening
solutions, combining fasteners, tooling, and automation to deliver the best solution at the lowest total installed cost.
Systems and Nail Gun Depot welcome Kasi Kinnett to the team and look forward to what's ahead.
The determination of compliance with the CPSC regulations rest with the CPSC, but ACA has been given information that indicates that a snap fastening
device does meet the CPSC code.
His company's line of fastening
products is sold at all Home Depot stores, 300 smaller hardware stores nationwide and via a catalog.
Systems' role in various programs to support Raytheon dates back to the mid 1980's.
Another of the second distal edges of the second pair of side panels are folded over the second lateral edge of the chassis such that the second distal edges and the second fastening
components lie between the first and the second lateral edges of the chassis; and refastenably engaging at least a portion of the first fastening
components and at least a portion of the second fastening
components while the first fastening
components and the second fastening
components lie between the first and the second lateral edges of the chassis.
FAST Exhibition will take place at the much favoured venue at The RAF Museum Cosford on April 18th where products on display will again cover the full range of fastening
and assembly solutions from threaded fasteners to structural adhesives, thread locking adhesives, fabric fasteners, springs and cabinet hardware.
He said the trailer simulates both up and down and forward and backward movement produced by a strong earthquake that can be helpful to selling the fastening
gadgets and educating children and adults alike.
is among the world's leading providers of mechanical fastening
systems and value-based fastening
solutions, including engineered fastening
systems, state-of-the-art fastening
installation technology, and inventory management and application engineering services.
The first portion comprises a first fastening
component, and wherein the second portion comprises a second fastening
component; and a second side of the fastening
zone on the rear waist region and comprising a third portion and a fourth portion, wherein the third portion comprises a third fastening
component, wherein the fourth portion comprises a fourth fastening
A wearable absorbent article comprising: a reusable outer cover, wherein the wearable absorbent article is adapted to be worn about a wearer's lower torso, wherein the reusable outer cover comprises: a first insert fastener component; a second insert fastener component; a front region; a rear region; a first targeting indicium; a pair of fastening
ears in the rear region; and a receiving fastener component in the front region and .
US Patent No.: 8,585,667 B2 Insert with advantageous fastener configurations and end stiffness characteristics for two-piece wearable absorbent article: Donald Carroll Roe, West Chester, OH, U.S.; Elaine Mary Wiggins, Fairfield Township, OH, U.S.; and Joshua James Norman, Cincinnati, OH, U.S. Assigned to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, U.S
Gray previously served in Integrated Supply Chain leadership roles for Textron Fastening
Systems (now Acument Global Technologies) and Textron Fluid and Power before being chosen to lead Acument Global Technologies on an interim basis last year.
Acument") today announced that it had reached an agreement to sell the assets of its Intevia([R]) intelligent fastening
business to TZ Limited ("TZ") and transfer its Intevia([R]) license agreement to TZ.
Cherry is a leading global supplier of aerospace fastening
tape for a hygiene item having a fastening
area for permanent fastening
on the hygiene item and haying a closing area for simultaneous detachable joining to a hygiene item surface of the hygiene item, said closing area comprising first structural components of a first material, whereby the fastening
tape has a protruding section between the closing area and a tape end adjacent to the closing area, wherein the protruding section has a separate film-like grip area haying a surface with a macroscopic structure comprising second structural components materially different from said first structural components, said grip area being formed structurally from a different material than the closing area formed by the first material of the first structural components.