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  • Continuous-fiber Extrusions Make Strong Thermoplastics
    that combine the cost advantages of extrusions with the high-strength, lightweight capabilities of composites. CFTs are viable alternatives to conventional metal extrusions and highly filled extruded plastics that have mechanical performance limitations. The key feature, as the name implies, is that this new
  • Hot Extrusion
    that are not achievable with other shaping techniques. Hot extrusion can also offer economic advantages in that the dies are relatively inexpensive and interchangeable, so that one extrusion machine can be used for the production of a wide variety of sections. In hot extrusion, a metal billet
  • Rolling out complex metal parts
    Revolution. Cold rolling compresses and spreads metal bar or coil stock between a series of preshaped rollers. This improves the metal's mechanical properties. Of the two processes, cold rolling imparts better surface finishes and is more suited for simpler profiles with less-demanding tolerances
  • A Space Age FDA/USDA Compliant Metal Coating Extends Release Properties Of Multi-Metal Chocolate Extruders From 40 Hours To More Than Two Years
    by metal fingers.
  • Every Millimeter Counts:Right-Sizing for Instrument Cases (.pdf)
    a secure connection to ground. Less Effort, Cost, and Risk An extrusion-based solution will typically be a much more attractive enclosure. The finely machined parts. and aesthetics of the design often have a cleaner, more professional look than simple stamped sheet metal. Overall, these modular
  • Banging out tiny parts
    Cold forming makes short work of high-precision, metal components. Cold forming can make tiny, complex precision parts in one machining step. Tolerances of 0.0005 in. are possible. Two tiny parts sit atop the die used to make them. The die knockout pins are 0.015-in. diameter. The quest for ever
  • Surface Enhancements Eliminate ESD Damage During Operation of State-of-the-Art I.C. Handlers
    and performance of key Exatron handler components such as precision trackwork, main plates, extrusions, input & output mechanisms, rails and slides. All these metal surfaces are subjected to potentially severe friction from the constant action of plastic and ceramic I.C.s being run through testing cycles.
  • Medical Device Link .
    , some OEMs are replacing metal stents with bioresorbable polymer products, reports Hans Kramer, research and development manager at Innercool Therapies Inc., a San Diego�based medical device firm. Kramer has designed structurally sound bioresorbable polymer stents with up to 30% drug content

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