Article - 6 Mar 2001
Excellent wear resistance, thermal shock resistance and high temperature properties make reaction bonded silicon carbide a logical choice for kiln and furnace furniture, wear and thrust bearings,...
Article - 17 Jan 2007
This article explores some of the selection criteria/properties and ceramics suited to various applications.
Article - 28 Jul 2001
Tungsten has the highest melting point (3410°C) and the highest tensile strength at temperatures over 1650°C of all the metals. It is used for lamp filaments, x-ray targets, aerospace applications and...
Article - 11 Apr 2001
An innovative titanium casting technology developed by Taramm is outlined. It incorporates vaccum melting and pouring and uses purpose designed moulds which generates a magnetic field resulting in...
Article - 24 Oct 2017
During an adhesive dispensing process, adhesive is transferred onto the PCB solder mask in a position appropriate for holding the later placed components until the PCB solder mask is wave soldered.
Article - 21 Nov 2001
Plasma cutting evolved from Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding. By constricting the nozzle opening, gas velocity increased and effectively blasted molten metal away from the puddle created by the arc....
Article - 27 Sep 2002
Kinetic Metalization is a low-pressure metal coating process that produces dense coatings on metallic or ceramic substrates. The equipment required, coating process, flexibility of the technology and...
Article - 22 Mar 2019
This article compares tungsten carbide and syalon regarding their supreme wear properties.
Article - 21 Apr 2005
The droplet size and size distribution produced by different atomisers is an important parameter in defining the efficacy of agrochemical spray systems. Laser diffraction provides a robust means of...
Article - 14 Sep 2001
Cold spraying is a coating technology similar to thermal spraying, but carried out at ambient temperatures. It has the advantage that coatings do not need to cool from elevated temperatures and hence...