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Schaeffler Launches Automatic Fault Finding CM System That is Easy to Install and Operate

Schaeffler Launches Automatic Fault Finding CM System That is Easy to Install and Operate

Precision bearing manufacturer Schaeffler has launched an innovative standalone system for monitoring the condition of rotating plant and equipment with fixed or variable speeds from 100 to 15,000 rpm. Due to its unique automatic fault assessment feature, the system can be operated by maintenance staff with little or no expertise in vibration monitoring technology. [More]
Bruker Further Enhances the PesticideScreener and ToxScreener High-Resolution, Accurate Mass Applied Markets Solutions

Bruker Further Enhances the PesticideScreener and ToxScreener High-Resolution, Accurate Mass Applied Markets Solutions

At the 64th ASMS Conference, Bruker announces the launch of enhanced versions of the PesticideScreener™ and ToxScreener™ solutions. [More]
New Sensor-Based Technology Could Improve Production of Paints and Varnishes

New Sensor-Based Technology Could Improve Production of Paints and Varnishes

Today’s manufacturers face a great challenge in developing varnishes and wall paints, and one of the reasons could be that the samples of paints just allow them to assess the behavior of dispersion in the reaction container. [More]
B&W Tek Releases New Mobile Software

B&W Tek Releases New Mobile Software

B&W Tek, a mobile spectroscopy solutions company that delivers lab quality Raman, LIBS and NIR solutions through user-friendly mobile platforms, is proud to announce BWSpec® Mobile. [More]
New Catalog: Nanometer-Precision Motion Systems with Magnetic Direct Drives & Air Bearings from PI

New Catalog: Nanometer-Precision Motion Systems with Magnetic Direct Drives & Air Bearings from PI

Optimum positioning and force regulation performance solutions based on technology developed and manufactured in-house. [More]
AGC Asahi Glass Develops More Stable Amorphous C12A7 Electride Thin Film

AGC Asahi Glass Develops More Stable Amorphous C12A7 Electride Thin Film

AGC Asahi Glass (AGC) has used a special sputtering target material to create a uniform amorphous thin film called C12A7 Electride. The company has begun industrialization and commercial fabrication of the new material. [More]
Physicists Find New Way of Designing Artificial Spin Ices with Controllable Magnetic Ordered States

Physicists Find New Way of Designing Artificial Spin Ices with Controllable Magnetic Ordered States

The first rewriteable synthetic magnetic charge ice has been developed by physicists from the University of Notre Dame and their collaborators. The study, explained today in a paper published in Science, suggests huge potential for technological applications right from reprogrammable magnonics and information encoding to spintronics. [More]

TenCate Advanced Composites Celebrate the Opening of their European Centre of Excellence for Thermoset Composite Materials

TenCate Advanced Composites, a leading global composite materials company, celebrate the inaugural opening of their extended facility at Langley Mill (Nottingham), United Kingdom, the European Centre of Excellence for th... [More]
DHBW Heidenheim Applies µCT Scanning to Study Reinforced Plastics under Various Environmental Conditions using a Peltier Coolstage from Deben.

DHBW Heidenheim Applies µCT Scanning to Study Reinforced Plastics under Various Environmental Conditions using a Peltier Coolstage from Deben.

Woolpit, United Kingdom, 10th May 2016: Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, reports on the application of their CT-Cool stage at the Steinbeis Center for Non-destructive Testing and Measurement, located at the DHBW Heidenheim, Germany. [More]
New Efficient and Cost-Effective Alternative Technique to Color 3D Printing

New Efficient and Cost-Effective Alternative Technique to Color 3D Printing

A new method has been developed by scientists from ETH Zurich and Disney Research Zurich to produce plastic replicas of digital 3D models, where the color and shape are completely reproduced. Called computational thermoforming, the method spans the range of digital fabrication techniques, providing an efficient and low-cost option to color 3D printing. [More]