60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH – Our Dilatometer – Part II

As part of our communication campaign regarding 60 years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau, January is all about the dilatometer. Find out today, what our Managing Director Dr. Jürgen Blumm researched in his dissertation in connection with the dilatometer and how the patented NanoEye measuring system revolutionized dilatometry.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Melt Rheology in Material Extrusion Using Capillary Rheometry

In this episode, will correlate the results that are relevant for the filament extrusion to the melt rheology inside the material extrusion head using the capillary rheometer.

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60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH

NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH is writing 60 years of company history! Together with you, we would like to duly celebrate our company anniversary in 2022. To this end, we will be taking a look behind the scenes. Each month, we will feature one of our analytical instruments and its development over the past decades. In January, we will start with the dilatometer, one of the oldest instruments in our company history. And, of course, there is a great prize to win every month!

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Let´s Celebrate 60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH!

Within the past decades, we have become one of the leading manufacturers in the field of thermal analysis. We are proud to celebrate our 60th anniversary together with you in 2022. Already today we would like to give you a short preview.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Relevant parameters for production of filament

Based on our past episode about analysis methods used in material extrusion (ME), we are going to talk about the relevant parameters for production of the filament used in ME today. Learn how to measure the shear-dependent viscosity using the ROSAND capillary rheometer.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Analysis Methods Used in Material Extrusion

Material extrusion is an additive manufacturing process in which material is selectively dispensed through a nozzle or orifice. Today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will be focusing on analysis methods used in material extrusion (ME).

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Separating Overlapping Effects in Analytical Measurement Curves

One of the advanced features within the Proteus® software is the PeakSeparation function. It is used to separate super-imposed peaks in thermal analysis curves and accurately determine individual peak areas. Learn more watching our latest webinar.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Melt Rheology in PBF Using Rotational Rheometry

In Powder bed fusion there is no flow and no shear rate. For powder coalescence, the local molecular motions and entanglements across the layers are important. So today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will be focusing on the rotational rheometry.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Evaluation of Refreshing Strategy of PBF Powder using DSC

Today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will talk about the refreshing strategy for Powder Bed Fusion powders using Differential Scanning Calorimetry. In this episode, not the part properties, but the properties of the powder will be investigated.

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Material Science in Additive Manufacturing: Measuring Thermal Diffusivity using LFA

Today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will explain how the thermal diffusivity of a powder bed fusion part can be measured using Laser Flash Analysis (LFA) and how it can be computed in thermal conductivity.

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