PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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20 November 2020

DEVELOPMENTS IN 3D printing technologies mean there is now a whole range of high-performance polymers with mechanical characteristics similar to those of metal – so what does this mean for bearing design? Chris Johnson explores the plastic bearing additive manufacturing (AM) landscape

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12 October 2020

RESEARCHERS AT MINES ParisTech, one of France’s most prestigious engineering schools, have implemented Panasas ActiveStor high-performance computing (HPC) data storage to support the rapidly growing research efforts at the university’s Materials Research Center.

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05 October 2020

When working with two-part fluids, proper mixing is key to optimal product performance. Nordson EFD has hundreds of mixers to choose from and offers help in narrowing down the selection process.

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03 August 2020

New research into graphene flakes has discovered that the material can act as a surfactant, for the first time demonstrating how it can be a versatile 2D stabiliser ideal for many industrial applications from oil extraction to paper processing.

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30 July 2020

Laser cladding can be used to mitigate the impact of environmental and operational factors on the performance of many heavy vehicles and machinery components, explains TLM Laser.

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06 December 2019

Trelleborg has introduced electrically conductive PTFE-based sealing materials for dynamic applications.

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13 October 2019

Sandvik will showcase its cutting-edge 3D-printed stainless steel guitar at the 2019 Engineering Design Show.

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16 June 2019

The National Composites Centre in Bristol is using sophisticated Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) technology from Heraeus Noblelight to optimise thermal input and control necessary for selected composite pre-preg lay-up operations.

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14 June 2019

Sandvik created an all-metal, smash-proof, 3D printed guitar, then challenged rock legend Yngwie Malmsteen to smash it.

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16 June 2019

To enable fast-track information sharing, Sandvik is launching a self-service online platform that will let customers access information regarding round bar, hollow bar, pipe, flanges and fittings.

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14 June 2019

Buehler ITW Test & Measurement, a leading manufacturer of instruments, consumables and accessories for metallography and materials analysis, has opened a new European Solutions Centre in a collaborative venture with Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG).

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13 June 2019

Lödige Process Technology will present industry-specific mixing technology and related processing technologies for metallurgical applications at Metec 2019 (25th to 29th June, Dusseldorf).

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22 March 2019

Duroxite 200 is suitable for preventing sliding wear in areas where abrasive materials require extremely hard surfaces.

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14 November 2018

Sandvik and Jiuli Hi-Tech Metals are entering into a partnership for the supply of Sanicro 25 high alloy, austenitic stainless steel tube to specifically target the expanding market for low emission coal fired power generation. 

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26 November 2018

Sandvik has announced that TW Metals UK will be a preferred distributor for a range of products including Sandvik hydraulic & instrumentation tubing and high temperature piping products in England.

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03 October 2018

A ‘Track and Trace’ service app that keeps tabs on orders, from just before shipping through to delivery, has been launched by Sandvik.

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29 September 2018

Demand for traceability and long term assurance in products which are designed to offer protection against heat and fire has driven investment in new manufacturing equipment and capabilities at Promat.

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25 July 2018

Dawson Shanahan has published an in-depth white paper explaining how single-piece manufacture using the cold-forming technique, can reduce waste by up to 80%.

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08 May 2018

Tufnol Composites will be exhibiting for the second year running at the Engineering Materials Live show at the National Motorcycle Museum on 10th May 2018.

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28 November 2017

Monitor Coatings, a Castolin Eutectic company that specialises in surface engineering in North Tyneside, has been co-funded by UK’s Innovation Agency to work in collaboration with the University of Nottingham. This study aims to develop a new coating system using a compact HVOF process, coupled with nano-enabled feedstock materials.

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FEATURES

19 November 2020

The National Centre for Additive Manufacturing Coventry-based team has been using additive technology to push the boundaries of automotive engineering with one of the UK’s leading formula student racing teams

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03 July 2018

The tide is turning back for UK manufacturing, as companies realise that producing at home – or sourcing locally – can make better business sense than contracting out to lower cost economies, explains Jeff Kiernan, commercial director at Dawson Shanahan.

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30 August 2016

One of the major roadblocks of composite materials is that mass manufacturing data is not always available. As some composites are not yet fully scalable materials, testing and measurement will play a major role in the research that creates data. John Cove, marketing manager of Starrett, explains the complexities of modern composites and the software available for effective test and measurement applications

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12 May 2015

In stainless steel production, delivering the perfect specification in every batch requires advanced chemical analysis throughout the process, but taking representative samples in real time is a significant engineering challenge, as Roger Brown of Thyson Technology explains.

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