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  • TN 2: Choosing an Impedence Head
    NC-16 stud for direct attachment. Through bolts may be used for attachment to thin specimen; thick specimens. may be drilled and tapped for coupling by a stud. If holes in the test specimen are. not permitted, the impedance head may be attached to mounting pads which. have been cemented in place
  • Partial Pressure Control in Reactive Sputtering (.pdf)
    . thin films. available reactive sputtering control systems. (e.g. Advanced Energy ‘IRESS’ controller). In Reactive Sputtering a target material (e.g. With flow control there are trapping zones. titanium or aluminium) is sputtered in the. The compact RGA/head manifold bolts directly. where one
  • How to Drive Resistive Tactile Sensors
    from a humanoid robot. But tactile sensors have applications extending far beyond anthropomorphic robots. They typically are built on flexible circuit material so they can be thin, light, and flexible. This opens up such potential applications as, for example, sitting under a bolt head to sense
  • RotoMill Colloid Mill Manual
    Cover bolts. The stator should then be properly. centered. To check the centering, remove the stator and make 3 or 4 equidistant chalk marks on the largest diameter. surface of the rotor. A thin line of grease or machinist's bluing paste may also be used if desired. Reinstall. the stator and close
  • Medical Device Link . Packaging Technology for Miniature IVD Instrumentation
    (UV) cured polysiloxane film 10 100 um thick. With the appropriate choice of finger length, surface recess, and O-ring thickness, the O-ring is held in compression when the two interlocking surfaces of the component are pressed together. To produce thin silicon membranes where fluid vias would
  • "Cold " Laser Beam Improves Arc Welding, Saves Money
    required a high-power laser, and a high-temperature laser beam path. A one-kilowatt laser, for instance, concentrates the power of a small space heater into a single, sub-millimeter size spot. Such lasers are often used to manufacture electronics, because they generate enough heat to melt thin
  • Using Titanium, Zirconium and Nickel Alloy Threaded Fasteners (.pdf)
    of the thread. form can cause interference - particularly with long lengths of engagement. The possibility of. inaccuracy exacerbated by thin oxides on poor surface finishes is much greater with cut threads than. with rolled threads. Galling is less a concern now because threading is done much more carefully
  • Avoiding Plating Headaches
    holes, handling holes or holes to vent gas from plating operation.            . 3) Close tolerance. . 4) Blind holes. . 5) Ultra thin material. . 6) Crimped edges. .   . In addition to "dog-boning" as a result of sharp points and edges, burning can occur. The sharp edges can cause the current
  • Tri-Homo Colloid Mill Manual
    in the edge of the head cover. 7. To check the centering, remove the stator and make 3 or 4 equidistant chalk marks on the largest. diameter surface of the rotor. A thin line of grease or machinist's bluing paste may also be used if. desired. Reinstall the stator and close the gap while turning the rotor
  • Fabrication Options for Zirconium and Titanium Clad Construction of Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers (.pdf)
    carbon steel thickness is significantly less than. would be required for titanium or zirconium. Only the thin clad layer, 5/64” to 3/16” [2 mm to 5 mm]. thick as required for bonding, corrosion and handling, is the reactive metal. The process of constructing a pressure vessel with carbon steel