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  • MICRO: Industry News: 'Round the Circuit (October 2000)
    Corning responds to UV need Corning will focus more manufacturing priorities on ULE ultralow-expansion glass for lithography use in response to advanced chipmaking requirements, the vendor announced. The glass is suitable for use in extreme UV and other next-generation lithography technologies
  • Straight Wheel
    Straight wheel grinding consist of abrasive grains bonded together by a matrix of resins, epoxy, rubber, metal, and vitrified glass materials. Straight wheels have a simple, flat disc shape without any recesses, flaring, or cups; ANSI B74.2 Type 1 or type 41 wheels fall under this group. Type 1A1
  • Hot designs strut their stuff
    Hannover, Germany... A transparent-glass radiator impressed the jury at this year's iF International Forum Design GmbH competition. ... A transparent-glass radiator impressed the jury at this year's competition. They gave it one of the iF Gold Labels in the Product Design category. The annual
  • Application of WG-300
    million psi (6,900 MPa) tensile! The super-strong whiskers are dispersed into a matrix of fine-grained aluminum oxide where they act much like glass filaments do in fiberglass, for example, by adding tensile strength and improving the fracture toughness of the brittle matrix.
  • Bonded Abrasives Basics
    removal and finish required. Carborundum Abrasives offers standard structure wheels that will perform well on a wide range of materials. Vitrified wheels have a glass bond composition. Vitrified wheels hold form extremely well and produce a high ratio of stock removal to wheel use. Vitrified wheels
  • Nanostructured Steels Are On The Horizon
    microstructure with 1 to 2-m m aligned regions containing 20 nm cellular grains, (center) 300C for 100 hr for 10-min two-step heat treatment showing -Fe nanoparticulates which originally formed in the metallic glass and then were contained in the crystalline phases after complete devitrification

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