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Publication Date: 11/1997
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Precision masking launches powder-coated electronic parts into space

You don't often find powder coaters and NASA employees rubbing elbows. But employees at Network Buss Products, a division of Methode Electronics, Rolling Meadows, Ill., recently visited with astronaut Rich Clifford, who's stated to fly in the final in-space assembly of the International Space Station.

Where does powder coating take its place in space? Methode Electronics is powder coating bus bars-conductors that collect electric currents and distribute them to outgoing feeders-for the International Space Station.

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