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Gore starts business, develops tests for portable electronics

4/30/2012 02:02 PM EDT
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re: Gore starts business, develops tests for portable electronics
docdivakar   4/30/2012 9:15:14 PM
Seems like a good move... Gore has a good reputation for breathable patches for venting moisture out from outdoor electronic enclosures (their handy design calculator for patch type and size, vent openings for a given enclosure volume is neat!). What is needed is a good solution for keeping dust out of portable devices... MP Divakar

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