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Additive manufacturing allows highly complex and geometrical parts to be produced as a whole - meaning less parts are required to create device components and the assembly time is reduced. This technology is becoming popular across the board - from the medical industry to aerospace.
The resistance and conductance of a battery are two parameters that can be used to determine the health of battery strings and identify failed cells. As the two different values have a such a close relationship to each other many battery users believe that the choice between measuring either conductance or resistance makes little difference - however, this is not the case.
Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) are extremely effective additives for improving the conductivity of polymer based materials. When compared to the current most popular additive, carbon black, they are up to 1,000 times more powerful and don't result in any loss in material strength or appearance. However, the technology is still developing and the addition of SWCNTs to composites can be tricky.
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H.C. Starck, suppliers of specialist metals, provide a range of technology metals to be used specifically in additive manufacturing (3D printing). Additive manufacturing allows highly complex and geometrical parts to be produced as a whole - meaning less parts are required to create devices.
Force testing is an important step in any production process to ensure that products are of a good quality and are up to standard. Lloyds Instrument's CS Series have been designed exactly for this role with their small footprint, easy to use interface and simple data readouts.
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The horizontal-axis Large Aperture systems from ZYGO provide the unique capability of maintaining two independent metrology cavities; one of the nominal interferometer aperture (4"), and the other a choice of one of four beam expander diameters (12", 18", 24" and 32").
The Compact Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer CATSI - CWAS from ABB is a fast scanning interferometer. It covers the spectral range between 3 µm and 18 µm (560 cm-1 to 3300 cm-1) and provides advanced radiometric accuracy for thermal emission measurements.
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