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...the place to find out about all things happening in the materials world. In addition to the magazine, we regularly update our features, news, videos, blogs, tweets and more to bring you the latest coverage on everything from composites to coatings, plastics to peening, as well as the latest design philosophies and views from industry.

Engineering Materials NewsRSS
24/01/2020

Engineering Materials Live exhibitor introduces new, ‘green’ graphene

Engineering Materials Live exhibitor Goodfellow has introduced an ultra-pure “green” graphene material, which is guaranteed metal-free and therefore uniquely suitable for use in metal-sensitive processes and applications. The graphene is produced by means of a highly scalable process that involves breaking methane gas (CH4), into hydrogen and elemental carbon atoms in a plasma reactor. The carbon ...  Read More

Engineering Materials FeaturesRSS
06/01/2020

£10m aluminium manufacturing process validated for high-volume automotive OEM applications

Traditionally, torque wrench calibration machines have generally been intended for specific manufacturers’ products. For laboratories and OEMs this can be a real nuisance, requiring several different machines to cover each torque wrench manufacturer; which can be expensive and takes up a lot of bench space. For this reason, a truly universal calibration machine is a godsend.

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All Things Materials

The place to explore all the material world has to offer. Follow our live twitter feed for the very latest from the materials community and watch videos of the coolest technology that is being generated and lead by the materials industry. Read blogs from those in the material community, and listen to podcasts. All here. All materials.

01/10/2019

EDS rocks!

Global engineering group Sandvik will showcase its cutting-edge 3D-printed stainless-steel guitar at the Engineering Design Show (EDS) in two weeks’ time, on 16 October 2019 in Coventry.  Watch Video

Plasma pre-treatment of glass

Plasma surface treatment is suitable for a range of applications on glass. Cold ...  Read Blog Entry

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