High Temperature Materials Videos

High Temperature Materials Videos
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In this video Harald Selb from Plansee talks about the ultra pure Molybdenum sputtering targets in ultra high definition screens (UHD).
A video showing the process and manufacturing of man made diamonds. The producer emulate the nature process of how diamonds are made in the environment. Extreme heat is used to form the diamond from the carb
Introducing the new Phenom benchtop electron microscope from FEI. With today's industry requiring higher quality control and speed, the Phenom can produce high resolution images from submicron to nanoscale in seconds. It as easy as using a digital camera. This video will show you how~~
Have you ever wander how jewellers make 14, 10, 8 carat gold and different exotic colors of gold? This video clip show how jewellers manufacutre gold alloys by mixing pure gold with other metals to give different unique properties and colors of gold. By adding various alloys you can obtain different colors. For example to obtain white gold paladium is added.
Learn about the services that Hitech Materials, a recently established Australian company, can provide to companies who use advanced ceramic materials, in particular refractories and other materials that are subject to operating in severe environments. Although recently established Hitech Materials have a wealth of knowledge and contacts to offer impartial advice and testing services if required.
This is a video course on the strength of materials. The video provides fundamentals to understanding the strength of materials. A good insight into the fundamental knowledge.
The FlashLine series from Anter Corp is able to determine various thermal properties of a wide range of materials using the laser flash method. The properties that the FlashLine can determine include thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and specific heat capacity. The modular unit allows thermal properties to be determined at a range of temperatures from cryogenic to 2800°C.
A video clip from on the applications of silicon carbide in particularly in the automotive industry. Currently the use of silicon carbide is mostly in the photonics and LED field, however as the quest continues for energy efficient power device continues, silicon carbide has shown to be a promising source of new power device. Research projects involving silicon carbide are currently in partnership with Toyota Motor Corporation
This video gives an overview of Indium Corporation's Heat-Spring metal thermal interface material (TIM) in which packaging, customizing, ordering and tech support are discussed.
A demonstration of a remote laser welding using an industrial laser welding robot with 1 meter standoff distance showing exceptionally fast welding time and with high quality and performance.
This video demonstrate the chemical properties of tungsten and the everyday applications of tungsten in particularly the electrical applications of tungsten.
This video demonstrates some basic properties of the combustion of magnesium metal.
In this video Dr Christoph Adelhelm from PLANSEE talks about the production of CIGS with MoNa sputtering targets.
A video showing hardness testing being performed on a a tungsten ring and compared with hardness testing with platinum, titanium, white gold rings. Please remember not to try this on your wedding rings !!
A video clip showing how titanium has revolutionize the aerospace industry with the world's fastest plane, the SR71, being built from titanium. The video shows the manufacturing of titanium from the mining of the titanium ore and takes it through the complex and expensive processing of the titanium which can take up to six months.
In this video Heike Larcher from PLANSEE talks about the ultra-smooth molybdenum and tungsten crucibles, which can be used for sapphire production.
This video clip from the National Science Foundation demonstrates the unique properties of carbon nanotubes such as their electrical properties which leads to potential applications in semicondutor industries and their strength which is higher than stainless steels.
The evolution of materials provided by Ceradyne. Provides a review of where advanced ceramics are used, which is almost everywhere, although you may not realise it.
In this video Jim Palombo from Plansee talks about the Moly-Copper wafers used in sapphire-based LED chips.
Dr. Dan Perera from UNSW gives us an introduction to geopolymers. He explains what they are, their origins, their similarity to organic polymers, their structure, how products are made from geopolymers and their applications including the possibility of using them for storage of nuclear waste materials.
Zircar's David Hoskins demonstrates the simple operation and key features of the Hot Spot 110 1700°C high temperature laboratory furnace.
Fireboom products from Mid-Mountain Materials were used to help clean up the Gulf oil spill in the US. Once controlled burning wbecame an approved option, Mid-Mountain Materials supplied vast quantities of this refractory material so that the rogue oil could be rounded up and burned off, protecting nearby beaches and wildlife.
In this video Roland Steffen from Plansee talks about the Molybdenum Lanthanum oxide, which can be used in high temperature furnaces.
The Pentronix Multipack 1204 is suited to pressing ceramic and metallic powders into high precision components at the rate of 10-120 parts per minute. These components are typically used in electronic applications.
FiberStone is a high temperature composite materials comprised of high purity refractory, reinforced with stainless steel fibers. This video demsonstrates just how how strong and durable FiberStone is.
In this video Ender Cetin, Sales Manager from Plansee talks about the reliable heat sinks that are used for the power semiconductors.
ASPEX has developed the industry's only totally integrated solution for the automated detection, identification, and characterization of micron-level debris in automotive manufacturing and cleansing operations, the AQC. Manufacturers have come to understand that particles smaller than can be seen by their current optical and gravimetric inspection techniques can impact production—particles that are easily be identified and characterized by the AQC.
In this video Dr. Michael Schober from PLANSEE talks about the applications of molybdenum and tungsten.
A video demonstrating on how titanium hammers are produced and the many benefits and advantages that titanium hammers can offer.
A comparison of common fabric that is used in producing industrial garments and this video demonstrate the potential use of PBI fiber in garments and its applications as protective garment for the heaviest industrial use.
Ever been asked what materials science is? If so, just send people to this apage for the answer. An interesting compilation put together by the staff and students at the Department of Materials Science at UNSW.
A video clip showing the innovative Australian technology transforming household plastic and rubber waste into steel. The technology has positive environmental implications through reducing landfill. The trechnology also reduces energy consumption in the electric arc furnace in the steel making process.
In this video Reinhard Moesslinger from Plansee talks about the thorium-free TIG welding electrodes.
In this video Barbara HeuB from Plansee Group of Communications talks about the 18th Plansee Seminar, which is to be held at Reutte.
This video shows Thermo Scientifics’ Heratherm heating and drying ovens. With a focus on energy efficiency, sample safety and ease of use, these benchtop heating and drying ovens maximize capacity while optimizing laboratory footprint.
This is the ceramic composite disc brake system used on the Porsche 911 Turbo. It shows demonstrations of extreme braking as well as the ceramic composite componentry and some heat testing.
In this video Paul Rudnik from PLANSEE talks about the new fixing system used in ceramic and brittle composite materials.
Sandia scientists and engineers have developed a radically new self-assembling process for fabricating tailored thin films. This new technology is set to change the way that optical and electrical thin films are produced and its applications as this method can be modified and optimized at any stage of the process with many manufacturing benefits compared with conventional production. Watch and find out how.
A video clip describing what nanomanufacturing involves and its applications and how nanomanufacturing will usher in the next global industrial revolution and replace our current manufacturing base with development of lighter and stronger alloys, higher strength materials,enhanced metal cutting tools,scratch resistant coatings are amongst the few applications.