News - 25 Feb 2019
The presence of tiny gas pockets in the end product, which can result in cracks and other failures, is a prevalent issue that inhibits the potential of additive manufacturing to transform the...
News - 3 Feb 2014
Saint-Gobain Seals Group’s OmniSeal® spring-energized metal-band seal has been qualified as a dynamic seal in micro fuel pumps for the aerospace industry. Micro pumps are designed to pump...
Article - 25 Feb 2015
This article looks at the use of Precitech Servo tool options for freeform machining.
News - 6 Aug 2020
Additive manufacturing can produce parts with intricate shapes and minimal waste, offering excellent potential to redefine the development of metallic components.
When 3D printing metallic parts,...
News - 25 Mar 2022
Researchers uncover new avenue for overcoming the performance decline that occurs with repeated charge-discharge cycling in the cathodes of next generation batteries.
Battery-powered vehicles have...
News - 31 Jul 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have identified a new technique for cleansing contaminated water and potentially purifying hydrogen for use in fuel cells,...
News - 4 Nov 2020
The OptiCool from Quantum Design has recently featured in an APS Physics Journal: Magnetoelastic coupling to coherent acoustic phonon modes in the ferrimagnetic insulator GdTiO3
This comes on...
News - 26 Sep 2010
TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark has signed a cooperation agreement relating to the development of the Active Blast Defence System (ABDS(TM)) patent and the right of first refusal to acquire the...
News - 3 Aug 2009
Hydrogen, the most common element in the universe, is normally an insulating gas, but at high pressures it may turn into a superconductor. Now, scientists at the Carnegie Institution in Washington...
News - 27 Jul 2009
Scientists at Penn State University, in collaboration with institutes in the US, Finland, Germany and the UK, have figured out the long-sought structure of a layer of C60 - carbon buckyballs - on a...