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Top three industrial trends in 2016

With 2016’s first round of industrial trade shows having happened across April, we are already able to see the industry trends which will be revolutionising the industry. John Cove looks at these developing industrial concepts and how they can become a reality in the near future

Carbon graphite vane material

Reduces the processing time and effort for vanes in electric vacuum pumps within the automotive sector

Springs and rings get smaller

New advances in ring and spring manufacturing

Graphene reinforced carbon fibre prepreg products

Primary drivers in the development of the structural component prepreg were to increase the impact resistance and compression

Materials? The choice is yours

Materials are important for driving innovation and in gaining a competitive edge in an increasingly global economy. Here, Achuth Rao on the importance of materials selection

Ensuring reliability of assemblies

Phil Kinner presents some new developments in conformal coatings for the most demanding environments

CWIEME show preview

Berlin winds up for coil winding and electrical manufacturing expo

Graphene used in new heating system

Commercial heating system utllises new wonder material

Brazing of zirconia

Where other materials fail, zirconia remains highly resistant while exhibiting high fracture toughness

Staying safe against extreme corrosion

Lead-free coating resists corrosion at extreme temperatures

Graphene project

New production techniques will deliver industrial scale quantities of graphene-reinforced thermosetting polymers.

Stealth enclosures for covert operations

Stealth technology is designed to prevent sonar and radar detection systems from identifying an object

Copper oxide coated foam heat sinks

Low-profile copper oxide coated foam heat sinks provide outstanding performance in passive cooling environments

Comparison of performance benefits of thermal insulation materials

SEW3 app highlights the best product mix to customers, whether that requirement is for single insulation or by marrying together multiple insulations in composite systems

Carbon flax hybrid solutions

Composites Evolution has developed a range of carbon flax hybrid materials offering a lower cost alternative to carbon fibre

Through thick and thin

Oliver Ridd discusses coating technologies, their applications and performance benefits

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