Röchling Utilise Scopic’s X-Ray and Metal Detectable Test Facilities

Röchling Fibracon Ltd. based in High Peak (within the Derbyshire Peak District, UK) has over 4 decades of experience in compression moulding of PTFE, and CNC machining of PTFE and many other high-performance polymers. A specific PTFE material in particular, developed for seals within the food industry, required both X-ray & Metal Detection testing to … Continued

The Advanced Materials Show unveils its conference programme and exclusive speaker line up

Europe’s leading event for the advanced materials industry, The Advanced Materials Show, has today released details of its conference programme for 2020 featuring exclusive insight and leading global speakers. The two-track conference, taking place on the 2nd – 3rd December 2020 at the NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire (UK), is free-to-attend and will bring together a highly … Continued

Why should decision makers care about additive manufacturing and ceramics?

The initial hype around 3D printing has been overcome. Machines and materials have matured, and more and more industrial users are moving up the slope of enlightenment towards the plateau of productivity. While some companies are still struggling to implement additive manufacturing processes, others have managed to revolutionize entire markets with disruptive products. Surprising is … Continued

International Space Station BioFabrication Facility Improved Through 3D Printed Ceramics

On November 2 2019, a spacecraft arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) with supplies for the 3D BioFabrication Facility (BFF). Besides human cells and bioinks for BFF, also being tested during this mission are new components of Techshot’s tissue conditioning system that were manufactured by Lithoz America, LLC. The latest round of microgravity bioprinting … Continued

Cerion Nanomaterials: One size does not fit all

To borrow from an old idiom, the field of nanotechnology continues to demonstrate that good things come in small packages. What sets nanomaterials apart from their larger sub-micron and micron-sized cousins is not simply their size, but the unique behaviours they exhibit at this smaller scale. How these behaviours are leveraged forms the foundation for enhancing existing … Continued

Thermal Conductivity Brand Konduct Launch Brand New Website

Konduct supply thermally conductive polymer compounds to solve all thermal management challenges, assisting with design, prototype production as well as material testing. To support this exciting new brand on behalf of Radical Materials, we have launched a comprehensive new website containing information on the following Products & Applications: 1. Thermally Conductive – A well designed … Continued

High-Throughput Serial production Line for Hot Pressing of Large Area Ceramic Components

J. Hennicke, H. U. Kessel, T. Kessel, H. Neeß Certain ceramic or powder metallic parts are made by pressure-assisted sintering methods, e.g. hot pressing. In the last decade, it was possible to increase the cost-efficiency of these methods significantly by the development of rapid field-assisted sintering methods, but the lengthy cooling process is still a … Continued

Quantum Design UK & Ireland now a sales partner of Lake Shore Cryotronics

Agreement combines the knowledge and application expertise of two leaders in the global scientific market January 2020; Leatherhead, Surrey Quantum Design UK and Ireland (QDUKI), distributor of high-tech scientific research instrumentation is now an authorised channel sales partner of Lake Shore products. Lake Shore Cryotronics is a leading innovator in solutions for precise, highly accurate … Continued

Graphene ‘helping to drive carmaker innovation’

Innovation in car manufacturing could soon be driven by increased application of graphene following the launch of a new supercar. The all-new Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) Mono R is made using the revolutionary material and represents a higher-performance, lighter and more advanced new generation of the iconic British-made Mono supercar. It is being hailed as ‘the first … Continued