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As the electronics industry makes use of ever thinner coatings, manufacturers increase their demands on measuring technologies to provide reliable parameters for product monitoring. One example is the... (View Full Article)
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It is critical for manufacturers and distributors of many products to be able to detect harmful substances. Various regulations, such as RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), DIN EN 71 (Safety... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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As the electronics industry makes use of ever thinner coatings, manufacturers increase their demands on measuring technologies to provide reliable parameters for product monitoring and control. The... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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Phosphorous, the concentration of which significantly influences the mechanical and magnetic properties of a coating, is incorporated when using typical methods for electroless or chemical deposition... (View Full Article)
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Coating thickness measurement is a concern for both finishers and for companies receiving finished components. Defective coatings lead to rust. As a result, product liability requires quality control... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Benefits of anodizing include durability, color stability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, cost of initial finish and the fact that it is a safe and healthy process. Maximizing these benefits to... (View Full Article)
(Electronics and Microelectronics Manufacturing)
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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives require electronic components testing by both the commercial and High... (View Full Article)
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Material property analysis and hardness measurement provide a broad spectrum of data to a wide variety of markets. Traditionally hardness has been defined as the resistance of a material to permanent... (View Full Article)
(Spectroscopy)
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Aluminium is a versatile material widely used by many manufacturers, who purchase large quantities of it in the form of rods or sheets: so-called semifinished goods. Before being warehoused or... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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Milling cutters and drill bits are used for processing various materials. Depending on their intended application, they are made from different cemented carbide alloys. In order to determine the... (View Full Article)
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Every day, we use countless switches in a wide range of environments. Consider a morning routine: turning on the light in a humid bathroom, starting up the coffee maker, turning on/off the outdoor... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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Quality control of painting processes in automobile manufacturing is becoming increasingly important. The requirements for efficient corrosion protection and paint quality are growing with the... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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X-ray fluorescence method (XRF) provides an excellent alternative for analyzing the content of precious metals - without damaging the object.... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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It is critical for manufacturers and distributors of many products to be able to detect harmful substances. Various regulations, such as RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), DIN EN 71 (Safety... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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In today's hectic world, there are few people who can do without a wristwatch. The importance of this "cultural companion" has also changed in recent decades. For some, it just tells the time, helping... (View Full Article)
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Sometimes, due to injury or disease, load bearing joints such as knees or hips must be replaced with artificial orthopaedics. Such surgeries are not only extremely painful but also expensive and... (View Full Article)