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Surface Engineering
Thermal energy machining solves high volume finishing problem for automotive Tier 1 supplier
Surface Engineering : 03 July, 2014
Proprietary technologies such as TEM (thermal energy machining) are solving increasingly complex finishing challenges faced by manufacturers around the world, including Delphi-TVS is a joint venture between Delphi Corp. (Troy, Michigan USA) and T.V. Sundaram Iyengar & Sons (Kancheepuram, India).
Selective laser oxidation of aluminium surfaces
Surface Engineering : 23 February, 2014
From the idea of operating a coating process without the use of chemicals, AHC Oberflächentechnik in Germany has developed a novel method for the oxidation of aluminium surfaces. With this process components can be protected selectively against wear and corrosion. A pilot plant has been located in the French subsidiary Faulquemont. The process is noiw ready for serial production.
Norman Hay acquires Sifco Applied Surface Concepts (Sifco-ASC)
Surface Engineering : 03 January, 2013
Global chemicals, sealant and surface coatings specialist Norman Hay PLC has acquired leading supplier of selective electroplating and anodising services, Sifco-ASC.
Silicone-gel clean-room coating production line hails skilled recruitment drive
Surface Engineering : 29 October, 2012
Raleigh Coatings, one of the UK’s leading specialists in solvent and aqueous based adhesives and coatings, is looking to create skilled jobs at its production facility following a record year for sales and turnover.
Titanium dioxide molecules clean surfaces by photocatalysis
Surface Engineering : 23 August, 2012
The sun breaks through the clouds – and surfaces start cleaning themselves! It may sound like magic, but in fact it’s all thanks to the addition of titanium dioxide molecules. Activated by UV light, they trigger a reaction which destroys bacteria, algae and fungi, keeping items such as the armrests of garden chairs nice and clean.
Machining process removes burrs and flashing without affecting adjoining workpart surfaces
Surface Engineering : 26 April, 2011
The Thermal Energy Method (TEM) is a rapid, low cost, high production process that has the unique ability to remove burrs and flashing without affecting adjoining workpart surfaces. Depending on workpart size, a million or more parts can be processed a month in a single TEM machine.
Award-winning tough coated piston ring combines low wear and low friction in a single application
Surface Engineering : 18 April, 2011
Federal-Mogul has received two prestigious Automotive News PACE awards in this year
Fast chemical dissolution studied by X-raying
Surface Engineering : 14 April, 2011
A breakthrough in the study of chemical reactions during etching and coating of materials was achieved by a research group headed by Kiel physicist, Professor Olaf Magnussen.
Tooling costs and quality of high volume packaging improved by Keronite process
Surface Engineering : 13 February, 2009
Applied to tooling for plastic packaging, the Keronite Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) advanced surface treatment process is enabling manufacturers of consumer products and their plastic packaging to get a rapid return on their investment in tooling. At the same time, productivity is increased and the quality of moulded parts is improved.
Surface Engineering : 16 January, 2003
MIT engineers and colleagues from the University of California are reporting a unique design of a
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