Products/Services for Diamond Lattice
Superabrasives and Diamond Tools - (425 companies)
No Image AvailableDiamond Powders and Superabrasive Grains - (79 companies)
Carbon, Graphite, and Diamond Materials - (197 companies)
Electroceramics - (285 companies)
Wheel Dressers and Dressing Tools - (287 companies)
Core Bits - (58 companies)
Grates - (241 companies)
Hole Saws - (40 companies)
Grinding Wheels - (542 companies)
Abrasive Files - (37 companies)
Product News for Diamond Lattice
Applied Diamond, Inc.
Applied Diamond Capabilities on Si as a membrane or supported by a lattice structure. Standard thicknesses: 150 um. 300 um. 500 um. Post-processing techniques for specific requirements. Applied Diamond also has diamond polishing equipment to make the surface finish of materials highly smooth, less than 10 nm PV if required by the customer. Additional post-processing capabilities include metalization for bonding, mounting to a flange for vacuum and pressure applications and brazing. For more information, please review the links... (read more)
Mouser Electronics, Inc.
Lattice iCEstick FPGA Evaluation Kit flash is done with the Lattice Diamond Programmer. SUBSCRIPTION CENTER - Mouser's Newest Products and Application News. STAY CONNECTED. Subscribe NOW. See the Newest Products First. Gain Insights on Applications and Technologies. Customize your Preferences and Interests... (read more)
Diamond Compounds Lapmaster Diamond Compound for Lapping, Polishing, Met-Lab, Tool & Die and Mold Polishing applications. Our Diamond Paste is manufactured to the Standard US color format, available in 5-gram and 18-gram syringes (other container sizes available). Water, oil and water-oil soluble formulations with viscosities ranging from a soft cream or gel, to a hard stick. Can be ordered in Metal-Bond, Natural or –PC diamond types, using our Medium, Standard or Strong concentrations (custom diamond... (read more)
C-Flex Bearing Co., Inc.
LATTICE COUPLING Flexibility of a Bellows coupling with torsional stiffness and strength of a Disc coupling. Economical. Torsionally Stiff. Low Inertia. High Angular Offset. Large parallel / Axial Offset. High torque capacity. Large Thru Hole. SAMPLES AVAILABLE. Call for more information: 315-895-7454 or email us. C-Flex Bearing Co., Inc. is a privately owned small business located in upstate New York. We have been incorporated since 1993. Under the current administration, we have been in business since 1988... (read more)
Applied Diamond, Inc.
Vacuum Brazing For Diamond Parts Vacuum Brazing. Applied Diamond uses active brazes in a variety of vacuum apparatus for brazing diamond parts and shapes to holders of various designs. Brazing of diamond to other materials is always done in a vacuum or inert atmosphere to avoid oxidation. Examples of our vacuum brazing experience: Bonding single crystal or CVD diamond parts to tool shanks and inserts. Vacuum-tight joints between diamond windows and vacuum fittings. CVD diamond film applied to tungsten carbide backing (to allow... (read more)
Applied Diamond, Inc.
Thin Diamond Membrane Thin Diamond Membrane. The unique properties of thin diamond membranes offer an affordable alternative to existing materials used in high energy, x-ray and thermal isolation applications. Applied Diamond creates foils, films, windows and detectors which out-last and out-perform alternative materials. Our years of experience and manufacturing innovations have led to cost effective solutions for our clients ’ next generation applications. Applied Diamond produces thin diamond... (read more)
Applied Diamond, Inc.
Metalization For New Diamond Parts Metalization can also be used in applications when diamond is a new addition to an existing process. Coating the diamond with metal can permit low temperature bonding of diamond in the semiconductor, optoelectronic and tool-making industries. Diamond metalization schemes usually involve three different metals. The first, closest to the diamond, is a carbide-former such as titanium, tungsten or chromium. These metals make a chemical bond with the diamond to insure adhesion of the metalization... (read more)
Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning Group
Monocrystalline Synthetic Diamond Powder Monocrystalline Synthetic Diamond Powders for PDC Fabrication. Particle Size Distribution control (PSD) constitutes a key factor of diamond intended for PDC fabrication. We have the particle sizing/sorting and shaping technology to create a size distribution which optimizes the PDC manufacturing process. Size ranges are often specific to customers' needs and we offer sizes from 1 - 2 micron through 40 - 50 micron. For particle sizes outside these ranges, please contact us. Irrespective... (read more)
Applied Diamond, Inc.
CVD Diamond Properties Use ultra high thermal conductivity diamond for temperature critical packages. Diamond has thermal conductivity five times that of copper and is an electrically insulating, making for an ideal heat sink. CVD Diamond has all of the properties of single crystal diamond without many of the size and shape limitations. High thermal fluxs generate substantial engineering challenges with implications for performance and reliability. The unsurpassed thermal conductivity of diamond and its high... (read more)
Titan Tool Supply, Inc.
Titan's Miniature Diamond Files. Ideal for machine or hand use, miniature diamond files from Titan Tool Supply now has the same price for any grit depending on profile.They will fit all high-speed reciprocating hand pieces whether air-powered, flexible shaft, or for new ultrasonic machines. Manufactured from the finest man-made diamond, Titan's miniature diamond files are selectively graded for uniformity and attached to their steel cores with ultra-high concentrations of diamond grains. Applications are widespread from... (read more)
Parts by Number for Diamond Lattice
|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|DIAMOND-I-12M||ASAP Semiconductor||LATTICE||Not Provided||SOFTWARE DIAMOND DISK|
|DIAMOND-E-12M||ASAP Semiconductor||LATTICE||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|DIAMOND-I-12M||Mouser Electronics, Inc.||Lattice||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|DIAMOND-I-12M||Digi-Key||Lattice Semiconductor Corporation||Programmers, Development Systems||SOFTWARE DIAMOND DISK|
|DIAMOND-E-12M||Digi-Key||Lattice Semiconductor Corporation||Programmers, Development Systems||SOFTWARE DIAMOND 12 MONTH|
In 1980 we knew of only three forms of carbon, namely diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon. Today we know there is a whole family of other forms of carbon. The first to be discovered was the hollow, cage-like buckminsterfullerene molecule - also known as the buckyball, or the C60 fullerene...
...the hardness of carburized KJL-. SiC paper and 1 µm diamond paste, and etching. A as a function of depth z below the surface. in Marble's reagent (10 g CuSO , 50 ml HCl, and. (courtesy of Swagelok). Near the surface, the hard-. 4. 50 ml H O) to reveal the microstructure. ness is. 1000 HV25. For an austenitic...
...stress, can be more damaging than the original potential failure. Aluminum oxide is 9 on the mohs scale of hardness. That is just below the diamond hardness measure of 10. It would be impractical to itemize all the potentials, good and bad, inherent in various pretreatment potentials in a format...
...the actual molecular structure at the nanoscale may be different from that of any other form of the substance. Into this category comes carbon. Several forms of bulk carbon exist, including diamond and graphite, which obviously have different properties depending on the manner in which the carbon...
...and penetration tests. Each test. derives an empirical number specifically related to the characteristics of the test. The Knoop. hardnesses listed in Table II are derived from an indentation test wherein a small rhombus shaped. diamond point is pressed against the ceramic surface at a specific load...
...tionally wet-drawn using natural diamond drawing dies and. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. Volume 18(56) August 2009--563. oil-based lubricants to a finished diameter of 0.32 mm. All of. the wires were heat treated at 490 °C for a dwell time of 15 min. in an air-stirred fluidized bed...
-. in the present study were mechanically polished. atus, some of the specimens were deformed, as. with 6 mm diamond paste, prior to annealing in. described in Part II of the present article. water at high pressures. In addition to the Verneuil. Gibbsite reacts to form corundum (a-Al2O3) and. grown sapphire...
). does not affect greatly the ultimate strength and the. true stress at fracture. Hardness measures resistance to deformation (4). This. is usually expressed in the Moh scale by scratch test in. Except for permanent strain, it has been assumed to. which the diamond has a scale of 10 and talc a scale...
...the most promise as a tool to evaluate the combined role of mechanical and electrochemical factors is the electrochemical scratch test.13,14 In this test, a passivating alloy is first immersed in solution and polarized to a fixed potential (see Figure 7). Next, a diamond stylus attached...
Medtronic's AneuRx system uses self-expanding diamond-shaped rings to create a "friction fit". The company indicates that results from a prospective, nonrandomized, multicenter trial in the United States demonstrated the AneuRx stent graft to be as effective as conventional treatment of AAA. The firm claims...
Engineering Web Search: Diamond Lattice
FPGA and CPLD solutions from Lattice Semiconductor
Design Software Lattice Diamond iCEcube2
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Diamond - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
impurities (about one per million of lattice atoms) color diamond blue (boron), yellow (nitrogen), brown (lattice defects), green (radiation
Diamond cubic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pole figure in stereographic projection of the diamond lattice showing the 3-fold symmetry along the [111 direction.
Crystals That Nature Might Miss Creating Toshikazu Sunada...
The diamond lattice is the maximal abelian covering graph over the graph Observation 2. Every automorphism of the dia- in Figure 5. It is interesting
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Since a diamond is just crystallized carbon, one might make the comparison between a cool carbon/oxygen white dwarf and a diamond.
Evolution of the DIAMOND Light Source
Even a 20-cell lattice at 3 GeV can reach 5 satisfactorily for nonlinear properties (eg dynamic nm-rad or better and the recent decision to specify
WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements | Carbon |...
Colour: graphite is black, diamond is colourless
Evaluation of Diamond Detectors for Fast Neutron Fluence...
The diamond lattice extends under the influence of neutron irradiation, and it allows the fluence measurements after corresponding calibration.
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