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Plastic Processing for Nicer Interiors
How a new process can result in soft-touch instrument panels, a key attribute of today's desirable vehicles.
Article Published: 6/30/2009
What Auto Interior People Can Learn from Herman Miller
Let's face it, for years the office chair was nothing more than a commodity... until Herman Miller produced the iconic Aeron. Maybe there is a lesson here.
Article Published: 6/30/2009
Magna Seating Innovations
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Article Published: 6/30/2009
Quick Take: 2009 Nissan Cube
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Article Published: 5/30/2009
Quick Takes - 2010 Ford Mustang & 2010 Ford Fusion
2010 Ford Mustang - More than a facelift, less than a complete re-do. 2010 Ford Fusion - Quieter and more capable.
Article Published: 4/9/2009
Real Wood. A Real Bargain. Really.
One of the hallmarks of a “luxury” interior is wood.
Article Published: 12/1/2008
DÉJÀ VUE: 2009 Nissan murano
Background The Murano helped create the crossover segment with its late 2002 appearance as a 2003 model.
Article Published: 2/1/2008
Interiors: Craftsmanship And Innovation: Low-Cost Craftsmanship
Expanding the capabilities of standard injection molding machines is key to JCI's CrafTec process
Article Published: 4/8/2005
NISSAN'S Platform Play
The mid-size 2005 Pathfinder, Nissan's largest design and development program to date, involved three technical centers, and took 36 months and countless trans-Pacific trips to complete. Though it borrows major components from the full-size Titan pi...
Article Published: 10/1/2004
Injection molding for interiors—including fabrics
Plenty of interior components are injection molded. But some companies—such as VW—are using a process for trim pieces that both mold a component and cover it in fabric in a single molding process. And it is coming to the U.S. in the not-too-distant ...
Article Published: 9/1/2004

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