Spotlight on Exhibitor – Nanoe

What has been your organisation’s biggest achievement in 2018/19? In fall 2018, Nanoe launched two new brands: Zetamix ceramic and metal 3D printing filaments. And also, Zetaprint a FDM process 3D printer. What products/technology will you be showcasing at the Ceramics UK? From our perspective as a raw material supplier, our experts will be presenting … Continued

Spotlight on Exhibitor – University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

What technologies or materials does UCLan specialise in? UCLan can’t really be said to ‘specialize’ in one particular technology/material as our researchers are creating and assessing materials for applications as diverse as our many departments. Our materials link the disciplines of Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fire, Forensics, Maths, and Physics. Though we … Continued

Spotlight on Exhibitor – Innovnano

What has been your organisation’s biggest achievement in 2018/19? At Innovnano, we are always broadening our product portfolio to offer a greater range of yttria-stabilised zirconia (YSZ) powders with different specific surface areas and binder content to meet current market needs. What will you be showcasing at The Advanced Materials Show? At Ceramics UK, Innovnano … Continued

AI Engine Used to Design Alloy for 3D Printing Project – Intellegens, stand IP101

Designing new materials for 3D printing projects is now much simpler, quicker and cost-effective thanks to the Alchemite machine learning algorithm, developed by Intellegens the Cambridge-based artificial intelligence (AI) company who are exhibiting on stand IP101 at The Advanced Materials Show. In a research collaboration between several commercial partners and the Stone Group at the University of … Continued

Spotlight on Exhibitor – Archer Technicoat

What has been your organisation’s biggest achievement in 2018/19? Completing our tallest ever CVD/CVI furnace for a customer in California. This has a hot zone 6m high, more than twice as tall as anything we’ve manufactured before. Entirely designed and built in the UK. What will you be showcasing at The Advanced Materials Show? We … Continued

Goodfellow helps international companies facilitate industrial innovation

Leading global supplier of materials, Goodfellow, has collaborated with a number of major international companies to provide research materials in several industry sectors. Case studies have now been launched on Goodfellow.com showcasing real-world examples of applications where Goodfellow have provided an array of materials either from their catalogue or as a bespoke item to aid … Continued

Goodfellow inspires use of ceramics at internationally recognised museum

Goodfellow has recently provided high performance and advanced ceramics for a permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Spanning from the nineteenth century to the present day the exhibition displays the impact of ceramic use on health and hygiene applications in domestic and medical settings as well as decorative items. Opened Spring … Continued

University of Ghent uses Deben CT5000 to investigate the Uniaxial Compressive Strength of depositional limestone

Woolpit, United Kingdom, 7th February 2018: Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on how the University of Ghent have used the Deben CT5000 to study the Uniaxial Compressive Strength of four different depositional limestones. Sourced from the Paris Basin these limestones are often used … Continued

Stellenbosch University use the Deben CT500 to gain new insights into the mechanical properties of Microlattice structures

Woolpit, United Kingdom, 11th March 2019: Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on Stellenbosch University’s research into the production and mechanical properties of microlattice structures. Stellenbosch University have used both laser-based powder bed fusion (LPBF) and in situ microCT systems to study Ti6A14V microlattice … Continued

Stellenbosch University study the morphology and mechanical properties of snake fangs using the Deben CT500

Woolpit, United Kingdom, 11th March, 2019: Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on the study of snake fangs at Stellenbosch University. The university used the Deben CT500 in the process of analysing the internal and external morphology and mechanical properties of venomous snake fangs. … Continued