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    ULVAC (ULtimate in VACuum) was founded in 1952 and has been dedicated to the advancement of vacuum processing technology since that time. It is an international corporation which designs, manufactures...
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    Ether NDE are a dedicated manufacturer of Eddy Current NDT equipment and accessories including a vast range of EC Weld Probes, ET Weld Probes and ECT Weld Probes and are the 'go to' company...
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      Olympus is a global technology leader, crafting innovative optical and digital solutions in medical technologies; life sciences; industrial solutions; and cameras and audio products....
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    For 75 years, General Plastics has been a recognized pioneer in the plastics industry. It develops and manufactures high-density polyurethane foam products, including its signature rigid and flexible...
  • Article - 12 Sep 2003
    Mercedes have taken the wraps off their SLR McLaren supercar capable of 334km/h. Advanced materials such as ceramic and polymer matrix composites are in part responsible for it high levels of...
  • Article - 23 Aug 2003
    With automotive manufacturers increasingly turning to lighter materials such as composites, there is also increased pressure on them to recycle these materials. Pyrolysis is a process that can be used...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2002
    With the increasing use of lighter gauge steels and weight saving materials in automotive panelling, dent resistance becomes an important issue. Causes, testing, predicting, materials properties and...
  • Article - 25 Jul 2005
    British scientists have perfected a way of producing self reinforced polypropylene parts which will help vehicle manufacturers meet stringent new laws on recycling. The technology opens the door fpr...
  • Article - 1 Mar 2005
    United States Steel Corporation will build a new hot dip galvanizing (HDG) facility at the company's steelmaking operation in Slovakia. The facility will serve the growing demand for high quality...
  • Article - 11 Aug 2004
    Australia's CSIRI have developed a technique to strengthen aluminium using sunlight. The process results in a 20% tougher material which could result in safer cars and airplanes. Posted June 9 2004