News - 2 May 2005
New technology that will make it impossible to eavesdrop on communications or steal information has been developed by University of Melbourne researchers — and it all depends on growing diamonds...
Article - 21 Sep 2005
Various highly fluorescent acridinediones were synthesized by microwave, ultrasound irradiations, and conventional thermal methods. It was found that most of the acridinedione derivatives could be...
News - 24 Jul 2017
3D-printed parts are used in a range of industries varying from defense and aerospace to digital dentistry and medical devices. At present, 3D-printed parts are very delicate and are conventionally...
Inductotherm Corp., an Inductotherm Group company, is the worldwide leader in induction technology and is headquartered in Rancocas, New Jersey. With proven technology for every melt shop need, only...
Article - 5 Oct 2010
Variable Frequency Microwave (VFM) technology provides solutions for curing high performance adhesives, utilizing cost effective plastics while meeting design requirements.
Article - 23 Apr 2001
A brief overview of the relative advantages and disadvantages of the Alkyd family of thermosetting polymers.
News - 15 Jun 2016
Current electronic devices, such as X-ray machines and microwave ovens, are powered by strong, focused electrons beams and are found everywhere. However, several of the materials in those devices have...
Article - 12 Apr 2018
Anyone who has accidentally put metal in a microwave oven knows that metal and microwaves are not friends. However, microwaves can be used in targeted, specific ways for the heat treatment of metals.
News - 13 Aug 2015
Harper International is excited to offer Microwave testing as part of our Ignite™ program in our Research and Pilot facility.
Microwave heating provides significant benefits over...
News - 6 Dec 2011
Researchers from India have introduced a cheap material that is capable of storing heat energy collected during the day time from the sun and releasing it slowly at the night time.