Material ConneXion Two Week Trial!

Access Material ConneXion’s Online Materials Database
For two weeks anyone on Moore’s network can access the database by following this link — no login is required:

Create a Personal Account
Students and faculty can also access the Materials Database remotely by creating a free Personal Account. A Personal Account offers certain benefits and advanced features. For instance, students and faculty can save materials they have researched by “tagging” them. Use this link to create a personal account. A valid Moore College email address must be used as a username:

From the Material Connexion website:
“Easy to use and encyclopedic in scope, our online Materials Database offers comprehensive information on each of the materials in our Materials Library [over 6,500 cutting-edge materials in eight categories].

Online users get unlimited access to images, detailed material descriptions, usage characteristics, and manufacturer and distributor contact information, all written and compiled by our knowledgeable staff of material specialists. The content provided is complete enough to satisfy an engineer or scientist who is expert in materials, yet user-friendly enough to benefit the architect and designer who is not.”

On-site at the Materials Library in New York


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