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    Bruker Nano Surfaces provides high-performance, specialized analysis and testing technology for the widest range of research and production applications. Our broad portfolio of 2D and 3D surface...
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    KLA Instruments encompasses a broad portfolio of surface metrology and defect inspection solutions within the KLA Corporation. KLA Instruments is divided into the Labs group of primarily benchtop...
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    SilcoTek® is the world’s leading provider of coatings applied by chemical vapor deposition (CVD).  Whether in the laboratory, plant, or field, SilcoTek’s patented coating...
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    Hoeganaes Corporation is a leading producer of ferrous metal powders and serves the global powder metallurgy (P/M) marketplace. These powders are used in the mass production of a wide variety of...
  • Article - 15 Jul 2003
    SuperCooler technology was developed by Ladish. It uses compressed air carefully controled by computers to control cooling rates and reduce thermal stresses while optimising properties. The process...
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    Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis provides leading-edge tools that enable materials characterisation and sample manipulation at the nanometre scale. Used on electron microscopes and ion-beam systems,...
  • News - 19 Nov 2018
    Scientists at Idaho National Laboratory have found out a way to make “superalloys” more super, prolonging their useful life for thousands of hours. The finding could enhance the...
  • News - 11 Apr 2022
    Professor Roger Reed is a world leader in the engineering and science of high-temperature alloys, with a particularly strong focus on nickel-based superalloys. These materials are used extensively in...
  • News - 1 Apr 2021
    Superalloys that withstand extremely high temperatures could soon be tuned even more finely for specific properties such as mechanical strength, as a result of new findings published today. A...
  • News - 9 Dec 2020
    In recent years, it has become possible to use laser beams and electron beams to "print" engineering objects with complex shapes that could not be achieved by conventional...