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  • Integrated systems for DNA sample preparation and detection in environmental samples
    SI-RSC systems were assembled by combining commercially available pumps (Cavro, Lee Company) and valves (Valco, Lee) with custom designed RSC flow cells that were machined from plastic materials (acrylic, Teflon or PEEK ).
  • The experimental determination of the solubility product for NpO{sub 2}OH in NaCl solutions
    The solubility experiments were contained in polyetheretherketone ( PEEK ) cells ( materials obtained from Cadillac Plastics , San Francisco, California and machined to specifications at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory).
  • Advanced Analysis of Nontraditional Machining
    Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of EDM surface, 71–73, 76, 90, 92, 100 ultrasonic machining , C/epoxy and C/ PEEK composite materials of abrasive and chip, 337 of fiber failure, 338 of plastic deformation of matrix, 339 with and without liquid nitrogen, 343, 345…
  • Laser drilling of carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) by picosecond laser pulses: comparative study of different drilling tools
    …3] Breitling, D., Ruf, A., Dausinger, F., „Fundamental aspects in machining of metals with short … of carbon fiber composite materials ,” Proc. of ICALEO … of carbon-fiber reinforced plastics using picosecond pulsed laser … UV laser drilling of PEEK reinforced with carbon fibers…
  • Machine Design and Manufacturing Engineering
    Due to the latest markets demands for corrosion resistant water pump parts, food processing machines and easily maintainable, highly accurate medical equipment parts, metallic bearings are being gradually replaced by components produced from high performance engineering plastic polymers. .... Poly-ether-ether-ketone ( PEEK ) is one of the most promising materials for precision-machined custom bearings or gears.
  • 13th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering
    …the rapid prototyping technology (RPT), and the implant itself using the available conventional CNC machining methods (CAD/CEM). .... For fabrication of individual implants are, with regards to the health and technological possibilities, available metal (titan Ti6Al4V, chirurgic steel) and plastic ( PEEK , UHWMPE) materials .
  • Stereolithography
    …126–127 classifications, 125 Novolac system, 125 3D model fabrication, schematics, 43, 44 graphic object reproduction, 42 Herbert’s apparatus, 43–45 Hull’s process, 43, 45–47 laser lithography patents, 50, 51 photochemical machining process, 43 photo-mask … type II photodegradation, 120 Plastic injection molding, 243. .... See also Injection molding applications Polyether-ether-ketone ( PEEK ) molding, 249 Polyethylene glycol-X-diacrylate (PEG-X-DA), 164–166 Polymeric materials cross-linking (see Cross-linking polymeric materials) polymerisation chain-growth systems, 117, 118 Nylon 6,6 formation, 117 polymer classification, 114–116…
  • LIGA and its Applications Volume 7
    …precise orientation of the upper and lower tools of the micro hot embossing machines (Figure 4.24). .... In a first embossing step, a high-temperature plastic mate- rial ( PEEK ) is structured with the mold insert.
  • The dependency of material properties and process conditions on the cutting temperatures when drilling polymers
    b = 19.5 kJ m–2 h0.5 K for PEEK compared to the other tested materials . .... During the machining process, this thermo plastic conducts more heat into the tool compared to all others.
  • Scratch deformations of poly (ether ether ketone) composites
    A similar crack dominant ductile ploughing deformation of the semicrystalline PEEK scratched on a linear scratching machine using sharper indenters and higher normal loads is reported in literature [12]. .... Figures 5 and 6 show the brittle deformations characterized by a partial plastic deformation of the polymeric material , when the polymeric surfaces were scratched using sharp conical indenters, 60 o and 45o cone included angles, respectively.