Contest focus: aluminum extrusion design

December 2006
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The article provides information on the 2007 International Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition organized by the ET Foundation in the U.S. The competition was started by the foundation in 2000. It is designed to promote understanding and use of extruded aluminum profiles. In addition, the contest also highlights innovations and excellence in aluminum extrusion design. Deadline for entries is on February 12, 2007.


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