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  • Hello everybody,  My name is Gu Jun, and I joined SAMPE one month ago. I obtained  Master Degree in Material Sciences at the Department of chemical and material engineering in Vrije Universiteit Brussels. ...

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  • Thank you for your help. That does help me understand why certain plastic deformations have been seen on one of our aluminum molds. I really do appreciate your response. I found out from our coater that ...

  • Hello The cure temperature for fusing PTFE and FEP(neat) are above the anneal temperature for Aluminum.  That means that there will be no structural strength in the aluminum after curing.  There are compounds, ...

  • Sure. The PTFE and FEP coatings are mostly used as mold releases.   Material: Low Carbon Steels (1018/1020) and mid-grade aluminum.    Environments: Sylgard resin system with a quartz fiber. Parts ...

  • Can you tell us the environment your parts will be seeing? JK ------Original Message------ ​​Hello, I am trying to determine the lifespan of some FEP and PTFE coatings. I don't have time to run ...

  • ​​Hello, I am trying to determine the lifespan of some FEP and PTFE coatings. I don't have time to run through cycle testing. Does anyone of any suggestions of vendors or knowledge of testing methodologies? ...

  • Hello All, Joined SAMPE as a student back after I learned about it at CAMX 17. Now I started my career becoming a M&P eng. for a heat shield manufacturer. Currently working on large scale projects with ...

  • Check out this exciting webinar, brought to you by Composites World. Wednesday November 14 | 2:00pm ET "Gurit is uniquely positioned to address the many parameters at play in the manufacture and analysis ...

  • I'm a graduate student at the University of Tennessee who is the current Treasurer for our student chapter. I'm currently involved an NSF sponsored program called I-CORPS (https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/i-corps/), ...

  • Rose, I am glad to see your posting. Welcome to SAMPE. I think you will have something of value to bring to SAMPE because you have expertise in Metallurgy and Ceramics, both of which need more representation ...

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