Article - 19 Apr 2018
SiAlONs were developed as a more cost-effective substitute for hot pressed silicon nitride. They should be considered a family of alloys with a broad range of properties.
Article - 21 Feb 2014
Sales Manager at Morgan Advanced Materials, Dieter Steudtner offers designers and manufacturers an insight into advanced ceramic materials and their properties.
Article - 16 Nov 2011
Master Bond one and two component silver filled electrically conductive compounds feature low volume resistivity and high reliability. They offer high physical strength properties, superior substrate...
Article - 17 Jul 2010
Master Bond offers unique polymer adhesives to meet specific performance and processing requirements. These versatile compounds can be cured at ambient temperatures, elevated temperatures and upon...
Article - 25 Apr 2009
Advanced adhesives can improve the assembly of disposable and reusable medical devices. Lap joints work well in medical device assemblies.The growth of high performance plastics has significantly...
Article - 15 Apr 2009
The Master Bond polyurethane product line includes adhesives, sealants, coatings and potting compounds. They are available as both one and two component compositions. Master Bond polyurethane...
Article - 17 Feb 2017
There is a huge demand for innovative materials in the ever demanding, high-tech world. Reduced weight, increased durability, greater strength, and improved wear- and temperature-resistance are all...
Article - 19 Oct 2013
Environmental and safety standards are the driving factors of the automotive industry, which also focuses on lowering production costs and increasing longevity attributable to extended warranty.
Article - 27 Feb 2007
The HALDENWANGER range of ceramics includes high purity alumina, alumina-based, silicon carbide and fused silica materials.
Article - 19 Sep 2005
Metal Matrix Composite’s (MMCs) have gained increasing interest recently. In this paper, latest developments in carbon fiber reinforced magnesium alloys are presented. Results show show an increase in...