Bruker has announced the release of its new Contour Elite 3D Optical Microscopes, which fully integrate high-definition microscopy imaging with three-dimensional (3D) optical metrology functionality.
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Car making is big business, and it’s getting bigger. Current worldwide production is about 65 million cars per year, up from around 40 million at the turn of the century, and the great majority of those vehicles are made of steel.
A new technique has been developed by a research team from Columbia Engineering in order to create the first ever single-molecule diode.
Computer Aided Design is one of the most important tools currently used in manufacturing processes. Its use is well established across a number of different industries, ranging from biomedical to aerospace.
Measurement has been necessary for humanity’s advancement for thousands of years but it would not be until 1875 at the Metre Convention that scientists would recognise the need to establish a system of internationally agreed measurement standards.
In this interview, Reid Whitney from Herzan talks about their WaveCatcher, a mobile site survey tool for analyzing the various sources of noise which can interfere with measurements in a high-precision laboratory.
Martin Frost – UK sales manager, Telsonic UK the wholly owned subsidiary of Telsonic AG Switzerland, talks to AZoM.com about the ultrasonic torsional welding.
Rohit Ramnath, Application Engineer at Master Bond, talks to AZoM.com about optical adhesives and the benefits of using their EP42HT-2LTE epoxy.
Neil Tennyson, Business Development Manager at Alfa Aesar, talks to AZoM.com about their specialty bulk services.
In this interview, Cristian Cretu from H.C. Starck Fabricated Products talks about how refractory metals like niobium and tantalum can be used in superconducting applications.
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