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  • Article - 26 Nov 2019
    This article discusses the impact of Teaching Mass Spectrometry in the Laboratory.
  • Article - 28 Feb 2017
    Jeff Schibley of Jet Edge advises that before investing in a waterjet system, the waterjet manufacturer needs to perform a test cut. Using material supplied by the customer, most waterjet...
  • Article - 24 May 2016
    AZoM spoke to Dan Downey, of Mustang Vacuum Systems, about how they have optimized the PVD process, the benefits it delivers to manufacturers and how simple it is to integrate into existing production...
  • Article - 6 Jul 2013
    Grade Zamak 3 alloy is the most widely used zinc alloy in zinc die casting industry. It has excellent physical and mechanical properties, good castability and long term dimensional stability. It also...
  • Article - 16 Jan 2013
    Induction heating is ideal for brazing as it allows a continual heating system using electrical conduction which is highly controllable.
  • Article - 31 Dec 2012
    Ferrous metals are pure iron or an alloy that contains iron. The word ‘ferrous’ was derived from the Latin word ‘ferrum’ meaning iron. The most common ferrous metal alloy is steel.
  • Article - 30 Aug 2008
    Copper and copper alloys are one of the major groups of commercial metals. They offer a wide range of properties, including excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, outstanding corrosion...
  • Article - 15 Aug 2006
    The never ending life cycle of aluminium is described, from mining of bauxite to alumina production and then onto aluminium smelting, to the manufacture of aluminium products both semi-finished and...
  • Article - 12 May 2005
    Copper and copper alloys are amongst the most versatile materials available and are used for applications in every type of industry. Fabrication techniques, handling, storage and cleaning details are...
  • Article - 17 Mar 2004
    Figures provided by the European Aluminium Foil Association indicate that sales of aluminium foil reached the high levels of 2002. Comments on the annual figures and an outlook for 2004 is provided....