Industrial 3D printing processes create functional, end-use parts with mechanically isotropic properties and smooth surface finishes. Read how Prof. Dr. Tim Osswald, Alec Redmann and the team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison worked together with the California-based company Carbon Inc. optimized the thermal curing cycle of EPX 82 resin used in the their Digital Light SynthesisTM (DLSTM) process.
Thermal analysis equipment can be found in many analytical, development, formulation and QC laboratories. Find out why this technique is that frequently used.
Four technology-driven trends disrupt the automotive industry and transform mobility as we know it today. Our future cars will be autonomous, electric, shared and connected. Polymer parts and components will not become redundant. They will rather be used for different applications. Learn which material properties are crucial in tomorrow’s cars.
Every delivery of thermoplastic material includes a certificate. The European Norm EN 10204 specifies different types of control documents. However, the data contained in the free-of-charge documents are often not sufficient enough. Obtaining specific material data of a delivered batch is tied to additional cost. Read how to become the owner of your material data.
The collaboration with many different companies and institutes reached a new climax this week. With its collaboration partners, NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing has organized the second composites seminar in Spain.
Thermal analysis answers many questions in different business divisions of the manufacturing industry. However, getting the most information out of the measurements is often difficult as in literature only single values and not complete thermograms are available. Polymer databases are common tools for other methods like FT-IR or GC-MS. Learn how the database for thermal analysis instrumentation facilitates your daily work.
Corex Plastics (Australia) Pty Ltd is a leading manufacturer of twin wall profile Fluteboard® and Corflute® sheet and solid sheet extrusions. The company’s closed loop philosophy forms an integral part of its business, but also posed some challenges for the company. With the recycling business growing, there was an enhanced need for adequately sorting feed streams and controlling quality of recycled resins. Thermal analysis instrumentation from NETZSCH is the solution to their problems.
The actors in the automotive supply chain are constantly forced to keep up with changing requirements in their industry. Higher fuel efficiency and technological innovations bring about environmental regulations that need to be considered in the design of automotive parts and components. Here, crucial material properties like thermal and mechanical resistance can be determined with thermal analysis.
Today, no industry lives and breathes more by the saying “Time is money” like the automotive industry. Car manufacturers pass tough improvement targets on to their suppliers of parts and components. Striving to meet constantly changing demands is often accompanied by new assessments of thermoplastic materials. Learn why thermal analysis is crucial in this process.
Thermoplastic materials have enjoyed increasing popularity in automotive manufacturing. Current environmental and economic concerns additionally raise the awareness of the various advantages of the material. Learn which materials are the most popular in today’s cars.