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  • Tip of the Week: If welding rod goes clear, then start over

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter explains that if a welding rod turns clear then you need to start the manufacturing process over and turn the heat down. details>>
  • Dutch initiative using recycled plastics to build road material

    Three Dutch companies are collaborating on a new initiative to use recycled plastics to build plastic roads through the construction of lightweight modules that link together. details>>
  • German researchers 3-D print lenses that mimic vision of eagles

    A team of engineers from the University of Stuttgart in Germany have demonstrated the effectiveness of 3-D printing complex imaging systems directly onto a chip to form a miniature, multi-aperture camera that captures images with high central acuity. details>>
  • Development brings printable solar cells closer to reality

    A study conducted at the University of Toronto has developed a new technique for the creation of perovskite solar cells, created by layers of microscopic crystals, which reduces the high temperature barrier in the production of efficient electron-selective layers (ESL). details>>
  • New, safer battery technology uses plastic film as electrolyte

    Ionic Materials, founded by Tufts University professor Mike Zimmerman and based in Woburn, Mass., has announced breakthrough battery technology that utilizes a solid polymer electrolyte that works at room temperature, which has made the battery safer, longer lasting, and more cost-effective. details>>
  • Researchers 3-D print electron density distribution of molecule in resin

    A team of researchers from the University of Tokyo developed a computer program that converted the distribution of physical quantities within space into data that could be 3-D printed into a transparent resin and demonstrate the electron density of carbon atoms in a fullerene molecule. details>>
  • Laser scarfing provides efficient repair of defect in fiber-reinforced plastics

    The Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH), an independent non-profit research institute, has partnered with Apodius GmbH, based in Aachen, Germany, to combine a new measuring device for fiber layer orientation with laser scarfing to create a cost-effective repair process for fiber-reinforced plastic products. details>>
  • Missouri S&T researchers use 3-D printing technique for stretchable electronics

    A team of researchers at the Missouri University of Science and Technology have used an approach similar to 3-D printing to overcome the mismatches between electronic conductors and elastomers to create stretchable electronics. details>>
  • Tip of the Week: Thoughts on the Outdoor Use of Polypropylene

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter explains how to prevent premature failures of vessels fabricated with polypropylene for outdoor applications. details>>
  • Dutch student creates improved adhesive for thermoplastic composites

    Ph.D. candidate Yibo Su at the University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands has developed a new method for bonding lightweight assemblies from thermoplastic composites that could be a breakthrough for several applications. details>>
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