Article - 27 Feb 2013
The 200 series stainless steels posses a lesser content of nickel than the 300 series austentic stainless steels. Grade 201 is a cheaper alternative to traditional Cr-Ni austenitic stainless steels...
Article - 17 Dec 2012
In this interview, Steve Ulmer, Vice President of International Sales at OMAX® Corporation, talks to AZoM about advanced abrasive waterjet technology.
News - 6 Mar 2007
The Altair 8800, introduced in the early 1970s, was the first computer you could build at home from a kit. It was crude, didn't do much, but many historians would say that it launched the desktop...
Article - 19 Nov 2012
Advancements in hydrophobic materials and coatings could save industries thousands of dollars, reduce housework and help tackle environmental issues.
Article - 13 Sep 2019
Measuring the distance to target objects or materials with non-contact technology can be carried out with ultrasonic sensors, with no damage to the target.
Article - 26 Mar 2019
This article discusses the applications of self-healing thin films.
Article - 18 Dec 2012
Copper has been used by man for thousands of years. It was first used to make coins and ornaments in 8000 B.C. By 5500 B.C. copper tools were invented which aided civilization to emerge from the Stone...
Article - 15 Dec 2012
Steel is a ferrous metal and is an alloy of iron and other elements. The most common element that is combined with iron is carbon. Other alloying elements that are used include manganese, chromium,...
Article - 28 Nov 2012
Abrasive blasting is a technique that has been in existence since 1870 when the first abrasive blasting process was patented by Benjamin Chew Tilghman.
Article - 5 Sep 2012
Polish can be defined as a substance that is used to give a smooth and shiny surface to an automobile. Many different ingredients may be contained in the polishes.