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  • Case Study - IR Processing of Metal Coatings
    was six months. Alternate Technologies. Electric IR competes with both traditional methods, such as air or gas-oven drying, and with gas IR. Other types of radiation, such as electron beam (EB) and ultraviolet (UV), are used to cure specially- formulated, non-heat-treatable coatings that cannot be treated
  • Case Study: Processing of Metal Coatings Using Infrared Heating
    was six months. Alternate Technologies. Electric IR competes with both traditional methods, such as air or gas-oven drying, and with gas IR. Other types of radiation, such as electron beam (EB) and ultraviolet (UV), are used to cure specially- formulated, non-heat-treatable coatings that cannot be treated
  • Modular Evaporation Individual Source
    MDC modular e-Vap® sources are state-of-the-art electron-beam evaporation sources designed for the demanding and exacting world of vacuum coatings. This unprecedented selection of electron-beam evaporation sources provides vacuum coating solutions for most applications including medical
  • Medical Device Link .
    , are key factors in the increased use of polycarbonate in medical devices. Polycarbonate resins can be injection molded, extruded, blow molded, or thermoformed. Products made with polycarbonate can be sterilized using EtO, gamma radiation, electron-beam radiation, and steam processes. Certain commercial
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Gamma and electron-beam irradiation are among the most popular and well established processes for sterilizing polymer-based medical devices. It has been long known, however, that these techniques can lead to significant alterations in the materials being treated
  • Nanosized resonators show commercial promise
    circuitry, for instance, is more selective in separating one station from another. Other researchers have attained high Qs in nanostring resonators cooled to within a few degrees of absolute zero, but not at room temperature. Such devices are typically made by a process called electron-beam lithography
  • Medical Device Link .
    beams, that is, lasers and electron beams, to modify polymer surfaces. A novel electron-beam materials processing technique is also described that offers scope for generating new types of surface functionality on metals used to construct stents and implants. M. Tavakoli, A. Buxton, I. Jones and B
  • e-Vap 100 System
    e-Vap 100 is a precision monolayer deposition source employed for evaporative coatings in UHV applications. Its unique design uses an electron beam power source for thermionic emission and pinpoint electrostatic focusing of an electron beam onto a 1-millimeter diameter wire. The wire being

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