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Engineering Materials NewsRSS
15/05/2019

New magazine launched to focus on manufacturing sector in Ireland

MA Business, publisher of leading engineering design and manufacturing magazines Eureka!, New Electronics, FAST, Machinery and Manufacturing Management, is delighted to announce the launch of ‘MADE in Ireland’ – a magazine for the manufacturing and design engineering sector in Ireland.

MADE in Ireland magazine will focus on all aspects of Ireland’s growing manufacturing sector – a ...
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Engineering Materials FeaturesRSS
01/03/2019

New material development transforms design and manufacturing processes

The use and availability of new materials sometimes not merely enhances an existing design or process, it revolutionises it entirely. As a global leader in materials manufacturing, Morgan Advanced Materials has more experience than most of this phenomenon and has developed a proprietary leachable material which significantly cuts investment casting times in turbine engine blades by up to 20%.
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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.

16/04/2018

’Everything-repellent’

A materials science researcher at the University of Michigan has demonstrated a smooth, durable, clear coating that repels just about every known liquid, an advance that could grime-proof phone ...  Watch Video

Difficult-to-bond materials

The first man-made plastic Parkesine was patented in 1856 by Alexander Parkes and many ...  Read Blog Entry

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