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Innovative porcelain materials and applications are giving designers reason to change back to powder porcelain enamel in several applications.

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High heat coatings must not only protect parts at elevated temperatures but must also maintain integrity through the rapid thermal cycles caused by applying ice or cold water to a super-heated part while concurrently taking abrasive blows.

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A high-performance polyimide powder coating NASA and UCF have been developing is based on the polyamic acid (PAA) polymer, which has a low melting point.

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In this edition of Technology Interchange we look into scenarios where either the prevailing conditions are acutely intense or where product performance expectations include lengthier than typical longevity.

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Rapid prototyping using 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has addressed many of the time- consuming issues related to tooling up, testing, and design tweaking, revolutionizing the prototyping world in the process

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Modern automated finishing systems can report many stats as part of their supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software, which also controls the system.

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Lesta was founded in 2010 with the intent to change how people think about industrial painting robotics by making automation technology more accessible to manufacturers of all sizes.

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The industry has seen growing demand for the ability to coat parts that previously pushed the boundaries of what was considered too long, too heavy, or too wide to powder coat. Equipment suppliers have responded with rapid growth in technologies that have allowed custom coaters not only to build a better mousetrap, but a bigger one too.

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What we didn’t initially consider was that the water running through the park would be chlorinated to kill bacteria and maintain a safe play area. Not only does chlorine kill bacteria, but it can also highly accelerate corrosion in certain metals.

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Coating and curing gigantic items can introduce monumental challenges to the custom coater.

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