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    Levicron is a Germany based developer and manufacturer of high-speed tooling and work-holding motor spindles using patented non-contact bearing technologies like aerostatic or hydrostatic bearing...
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    Three Rivers electro-plates a genuine pure gold or pure .999 fine platinum surface onto a wide variety of items such as jewelry, personal heirlooms, automotive parts, wheels, metal trim, music...
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    Accuratus Corporation inventories materials for fast delivery of specialty materials and commodity ceramics. Accuratus is a stocking distributor of Macor machinable glass ceramic, a unique material...
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    Strain measurement for materials testing is our sole business at Epsilon Tech. Over thirty years of experience have gone into the development of our products. At our facility in Jackson, Wyoming, we...
  • Article - 9 Feb 2007
    Sintox AL is a high purity porous alumina material. It is highly suited to laser applications including laser reflectors and high intensity lamps.
  • Article - 17 Jan 2007
    This article explores some of the selection criteria/properties and ceramics suited to various applications.
  • News - 6 Dec 2017
    The ceramic reflector for the world’s most powerful laser system has been developed and manufactured by Morgan Advanced Material’s Technical Ceramics business in the UK, for use in a...
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    The Technical Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials engineers high performance functional and structural ceramic materials, components and sub-assemblies to address customer-specific...
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    The ceramic laser reflectors from Morgan Advanced Materials are high reflectance cavities used in solid state and CO2 laser systems.
  • News - 26 Jul 2010
    Morgan Advanced Materials has introduced a new yellow glaze (GSY) for ceramic reflectors that improves efficiency of laser systems by filtering out UV and low wavelengths in laser pumping cavities....