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Computers in the Surface Coatings Industry

  • Oil and Colour Chemists’ Association
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Abstract

With today’s increasing emphasis on technology, greater use of computers to assist in obtaining solutions to problems, to automate parts of manufacturing processes, to do better colour matching, to develop lower-cost formulae, plus a myriad of other applications, must be increasingly expected.

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© Oil and Colour Chemists’ Association 1984

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  • Oil and Colour Chemists’ Association
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  1. 1.Australia

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