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CNC Turning and Milling - Advantages and Applications
In the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining process, production equipment and tools are moved according to pre-programmed computer software. The procedure can be used to operate a variety of complicated machinery, including mills, CNC routers, lathes, and grinders.
What are the advantages and applications of CNC Turning and Milling?
PTFE uses, advantages and limitations
Polytetrafluoroethylene, PTFE, or Teflon® as it is often referred to, is a tough, ductile material with excellent thermal properties and outstanding resistance to chemicals and the passage of electric current. PTFE has an exceptionally low coefficient of friction, believed to be lower than any other solid.
Fluoropolymers and PFAS
The current ongoing focus of researchers and regulators into PFAS, which have been used in industry and consumer products since the 1940s because of their useful properties, has prompted concerns about the use and future of Fluoropolymers.
Fluorinoid® materials in Green Hydrogen applications
Given its extreme flammability and reactivity, Hydrogen puts a lot of strain on the sealing materials used to contain it. Depending on the application and temperature range we recommend the use of Fluorinoid® FL102, FL355, FL512, or FL612.
Benefits of fluoropolymers for green technology
Fluoropolymers offer a unique range of properties that are sought after by green technology manufacturers and helping to enable the recently published Hydrogen Strategy.
Polymers reducing CO2 in the Aerospace industry
If the weight of a single aircraft is reduced by just one kilogram it will produce 25 tons less carbon dioxide throughout its lifetime!
The potential to reduce CO2 emissions means that manufacturers are constantly looking for lighter and more durable materials.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our survey earlier this month.
The winners have now been notified by email.
PTFE Myths Busted
We bust some myths around PTFE
The benefits and applications of PFA
PFA was invented in 1938 by DuPont as a melt processable version of PTFE and is sold under the Teflon brand name.
PFA is a co-polymer product of PTFE. The co-monomer perfluoroalkyl vinyl ether interferes in the crystallinity and molecular weight to achieve good mechanical properties and melt processability without sacrificing thermal performance and chemical resistance...