Climate change · New Technology · renewable energy

NASA’s fusion powered rocket prototype

In recent news NASA has disclosed that they are funding a startup that is working towards developing a working prototype for a fusion powered rocket.

Scientists revealed that they may have addressed a few key challenges in sustaining a fusion reaction.

3D printing · additive manufacturing · automotive · elastomer · Material technology · medical industry · New Technology

Latest developments in 3D printing of Silicone elastomer

Wacker’s ACEO technology utilizes Drop-On-Demand approach which delivers precise drops of silicone material which flow into each other, building a continuous layer, layer is then cured with a UV light. 

elastomer · Material technology · New Technology

High Performance elastomers for the Oil & Gas Industry

“Harsh” is the way James Walker describes the environments in the Oil & Gas industry they serve. Such applications require materials with exceptional performance characteristics to avoid a wide variety of catastrophic failures including Rapid Gas Decompression (RGD).

James Walker has recently reported that their Vermilion® Three has become the first and only elastomer to receive Shell TAT approval to Shell MESC SPE 85/301.

Automation · automotive · elastomer · General · Global trends · Industry 4.0 · manufacturing · medical industry · New Technology · Thermoplastic

Need a clean surface fast then use lasers

Laser cleaning operates by ablating a specific layer of material or substrate is uncovered through the removal of undesired layers or incoherent particle distributions. Laser cleaning process now has found a wide variety of uses ranging from Aerospace, Automotive, composite manufacturing, Medical and Pharmaceutical, etc. industries

automotive · New Technology

Is this the evolution of the car engine

Acquarius Energy Generation from Israel is one such company that is claiming a breakthrough in engine efficiency. Their solution hits on many important elements of the engine: Complexity,
Weight, Cost, Efficiency, etc..

Company is working with automotive industry leaders to develop applications.

3D printing · additive manufacturing · elastomer · Global trends · New Technology · Thermoplastic

Additive manufacturing may disrupt these industries 

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing continues to evolve rapidly. From its humble beginnings as a solution for rapid prototyping now the industry is on the verge of challenging a wide variety of industries.