Inventables Most Popular Material 2009:Temperature-Sensitive Glass

Date: 22 December 2009
Source: Inventables
Chicago — December 17, 2009 — Designers and engineers examined the product pages on Inventables.com nearly one million times in 2009 in hopes of finding the right materials or technologies for their projects.

Inventables today announced that temperature-sensitive glass from Moving Color received more than 167,000 page views and has been named Inventables’ most popular material for 2009.
 
“Congratulations to Moving Color for being Inventables’ most popular material of the year,” said Zach Kaplan, president and CEO of Inventables. “Our Marketplace assists product designers and developers in finding the right material or technology for their next project. We encourage other vendors to upload their products by creating free product profiles on our Web site.”
 
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Date: 22 December 2009
Source: Inventables

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