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2010. Backlog as of June 30, 2011 was $22,208,000. This record backlog is an increase of 376.2% from the backlog of $4,664,000, reported for June 30, 2010.


http://www.cvdequipment.com D


ELO Industrial Adhesives could record the sale of the 1000th LED lamp. The DELOLUX curing


systems are developed and produced in own facili- ties.


“Short cycle times and reliable series processes are key criteria in industrial manufacture,” says Dr. Wolf- Dietrich Herold, Managing Partner of DELO, “Our high-tech adhesives and the adapted LED lamp fulfill exactly these requirements.”


© DNC


German DELO is a world-leading manufacturer of industrial adhesives. In the 2010/2011 fiscal year DELO had sales revenue exceeding EUR41 million.


http://www.delo.de D


iversified Nano Corporation (DNC) announced that Hewlett Packard Company (“HP”) has


selected DNC to supply high performance MICR ink (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) for use with HP’s high speed Inkjet Web Presses. Uniquely positioned in the industry, DNC’s expertise and capa- bilities meet keyMICR ink performance and manufac- turer selection criteria.


DNC’s MICR inks are designed for K-channel (black) print operation of inkjet printers. In some specialized


high-volume production inkjet printer configurations MICR ink capability is integrated based on a 5th print channel to magnetically functionalize select content on print items such as the bank code (MICR) line at the bottom of checks (E13B and CMC7 font), bar- codes/marks, security and authentication content for verification purposes.


http://www.diversifiednano.com D


yesol Inc., has completed shipping and installing equipment for DyeTec Solar’s DSC


(Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell) based BIPV (Building In- tegrated Photovoltaic’s) program which is funded by


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