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Tetronics Supplies World-Leading Technology to US Waste Management Firm

Tetronics International, a global leader in environmentally friendly resource recovery solutions, has today announced the signing of a deal to provide its plasma arc technology to Duncan Recycling & Refining (DR2), U... [More]

KONA Powder & Particle Journal – Advancing Knowledge and Technology of Particle Science and Engineering

Hosokawa Micron Ltd announces the publication of the 2015 edition of the KONA Powder and Particle Journal. Published by the Hosokawa Powder Technology Foundation, the refereed scientific journal is a blend of review and ... [More]
Compact 3D Rotary Printer Can Scan Items into Digitised Models

Compact 3D Rotary Printer Can Scan Items into Digitised Models

The Blacksmith Group, a start-up at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), has introduced a compact rotary 3D printer that has the ability to scan items and then print them as digitised models. [More]
Goodfellow Introduces Comprehensive Custom Manufacturing Services

Goodfellow Introduces Comprehensive Custom Manufacturing Services

Goodfellow, a leading supplier of small to medium quantities of high-quality metals, ceramics and other materials for research and product design, has expanded its offering to include custom manufacturing and finishing of components to customers' precise specifications. [More]

Picosun Expands Production Capacity for ALD Equipment

Picosun Oy, the leading manufacturer of high quality Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) equipment, doubles its production capacity to enable faster delivery of cluster systems and automated batch ALD tools to its customers. ... [More]
New Research into Producing and Replicating Non-Spherical Particles

New Research into Producing and Replicating Non-Spherical Particles

Researchers from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have conducted a new study on how various non-spherical particles could be created by releasing molten wax droplets into a bath ... [More]
Magnons and Phonons Interact to Increase Stability of Iron at High Temperatures

Magnons and Phonons Interact to Increase Stability of Iron at High Temperatures

Researchers at Caltech’s Division of Engineering and Applied Science have discovered that the magnetism of iron plays a role in how the material is able to take on various forms. [More]
‘Best Practice’ in Carbon Control of Sintering Improves Quality of Metal-Injection-Molded Parts

‘Best Practice’ in Carbon Control of Sintering Improves Quality of Metal-Injection-Molded Parts

Linde, a leading global industrial gases company, and Megamet Solid Metals, a custom metal-injection molding company, have shown that the quality of metal-injection molded (MIM) parts could be significantly enhanced by following a ‘Best Practice’ in controlling the carbon potential in the sintering zone. [More]
New Technique Could Help Develop Reliable and Efficient Thin Film Solar Cells

New Technique Could Help Develop Reliable and Efficient Thin Film Solar Cells

Researchers at Cornell University demonstrated a process to optimize the fabrication of perovskite solar cells, resulting in thin, reliable, efficient and low-cost solar cells. The study has been published in Nature Communications. [More]
ROFIN Begins Production of its 3rd Generation Fiber Lasers

ROFIN Begins Production of its 3rd Generation Fiber Lasers

Fiber lasers have established themselves as efficient and reliable tools in industrial production environments. The ROFIN Macro Group has developed this technology even further and is now launching the 3rd generation of its ROFIN FL Series. [More]