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Rock West Composites - Composite Bonding Overview
Bonding with composite materials doesn't have to be an intimidating endeavor. For even more detail, check out our website here - https://www.rockwestcomposites.com/materials-tools/adhesives and browse composite specific adhesives and preparation tools.
Views: 37467 Rock West Composites
Composites and Bonding
Introductory lecture to Composite Resins and Bonding mechanisms in dentistry
Views: 25939 RP Nalliah
Bond Testing C scan   Inspection of Composite Honeycomb Structures using the OmniScan MX
This Webinar includes an introduction and overview of the innovative new Bond testing C-scan solution for the inspection of composite honeycomb structure using the OmniScan MX flaw detector. Attendees will learn about the powerful benefits of this solution and its advantages compared to existing techniques of testing composite materials. Attendees will learn why bond testing is possible with an eddy-current based instrument and will be shown the different scanning options featuring a new hand scanner. Attendees will see a live demonstration of the new MXB software’s simplicity and dynamic inspection capabilities that is dedicated to Bond Testing. You will learn about pitch-catch bond testing method, multiple frequency scanning, amplitude and phase displays, system calibration, data interpretation and archiving.
DIY Tooth Bonding @ home dental care. Save Money!
I get the kit off of ebay. This is tutorial on how to professionally Bond your teeth in your own bathroom. All you need to do is buy the prime dental chemical cure composite restorative material kit on ebay or amazon. Then come back and watch the video again. Its easy and youre going to thank me. The kit costs about $20 and comes with about 100 servings of bonds. Do the math. Youre saving mucho mula. Its super easy and works very well. I can eat all day with it. I eat hard tortilla chips everyday no problem. It sometimes does come out. It depends on how well you bond the tooth. Dont worry if it comes out, just go put a new one in. Like I said before its super easy! Remember: when a dentist says he's going to give you a permanent Bond please understand that there is no such thing as a permanent Bond they always come out eventually. The best long lasting solution is veneers but a lot of times people can't afford them and this is a great solution. Way better than the thermal beads. PRIME-DENT Chemical Cure Composite Resin Based Restorative Material, Radiopaque - Type 1 Composite. Im NOT a dentist but, 1. BRUSH YOUR TEETH 2. USE ETCHING SOLUTION AROUND CHIPS 3. CLEAN ETCHING OFF DRY TOOTH 4. APPLY PASTES IN EQUAL PORTIONS (MIX WELL) 5. MOLD YOUR TOOTH 6. APPLY CATALYST RESIN 7. LIGHTLY SAND RUFF AREAS WITH NAIL FILE Thanks for watching please remember to like and suscribe ;)
Views: 33872 Bobby's Worlds
Tutorial: Strain Gage Install on Composite Materials
In this Micro-Measurements® iNotes™ video, Tom Rummage illustrates the entire process of bonding strain gages to composite materials. A fiberglass specimen is used, but it is the same procedure whether fiberglass, carbon fiber, or Kevlar. Specifically, correct surface preparation materials and techniques are shown as a Micro-Measurements C2A-06-125LT-350 strain gage is installed using M-Bond AE-10 adhesive. http:\\www.micro-measurements.com
Views: 921 Micro-Measurements
Composite veneers step by step
Composite veneers step by step
Composite repairs Hot bonder Repair
Hotbonder Repair ( www.advancedcompositerepairs.com) Mobile repairs system application for composite and metal bond repairs, by heating and curing prepregs, resins or adhesives. High quality repairs mobile or for parts that can't be fit in curing oven.
Views: 8864 ACRCompositerepairs
Dental Composite Restoration Of Frontal Tooth !!!
Dental Composite Restoration Of Frontal Tooth !!! In this video you can see the proces of restoration of frontal tooth using composite fillings. The tooth is fractured and the defect will be fixed using these materials. You can see how the patient looks before and after this procedure. Because esthetics is very important here we can use only nanocomposite fillings. Dental Composite Restoration Of Frontal Tooth !!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you like this video please don't forget to subscribe.Thank you :) FB Page : https://www.facebook.com/mr.dentisteducator/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/mr_dentist1/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/dentisteducator
Views: 110888 Mr.Dentist
Composite Repair Process | Embraer Legacy 600/650
One of the most complicated aspects of a large inspection on the Embraer Legacy 600/650 is the composite repairs. This video details the process of identifying areas of repair and the entire repair process. Constant Aviation is an Embraer Authorized Service Center.
Views: 13740 ConstantAviation
Non-Medical Uses For Light Cure Dental Composite
In the past I needed to replace or duplicate VERY SMALL plastic parts, or repair chips on ceramic materials using a very strong material. In this video I'll show you how it's done using dental composite materials(new or expired) and a UV light source(sunlight). I also demonstrate how incredibly strong these dental resins are. Enjoy the video! **This channel is NOT being fully funded with video ads alone. As a result, I must also rely on viewer donations to ensure more quality content is produced well into the future. All donations, big or small, would be greatly appreciated. Please visit the link below. Thank you! https://www.patreon.com/electronicsNmore?ty=h **For GREAT deals(Usually cheaper than EBAY) on electronics, drones, dental supplies, automotive tools, household items, phone accessories, locksmith tools, & much more, please visit the link below. (Your purchase supports my channel!) All Items: http://bit.ly/2cgYr14 Flash Deals: http://bit.ly/2cb6CZB **Be sure to look online for money saving coupon codes!** LINK TO MY DENTAL RETAINER VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-vut8Wwx1c LINK TO MY WISDOM TOOTH VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWa1tXLV77M Thanks For Watching! ***If you enjoy watching my videos, then be sure to SUBSCRIBE, POST LINKS to my videos on other websites & blogs, rate "THUMBS UP", and check out my video playlists. Doing so helps to ensure that many more videos will be uploaded to my YT channel in the future. (Views are absolutely essential to ensure this channel remains in an active state)***
Views: 23037 electronicsNmore
Diastema Closure
This video presentation from www.onlinedentallearning.com demonstrates how to analyze and close diastema present in the maxillary teeth with resin composite. Use of instruments, materials and polishing method is demonstrated in detail.
Views: 775913 sathyanarayanan ramarao
Composites Hot Bonder
Aircraft structural composites repairs require heat and pressure to cure in a timely, certifiable manner. Students of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category M will need to have a working knowledge of standard processes such as hot bonding for their license requirements.
Views: 4433 Riveteer
How to gage a composite material
In this video, Tom And Donielle , discuss how to gage a composite specimen. The testing of composite coupons is typically accomplished using large (better averaging), high resistance (to avoid grid self-heating) strain gages. Soldering to attach the leadwires to the bonded gage could cause local damage to the coupon or the gage due to excessive heat, since composites are typically poor heat sinks. The flexible, but rugged, polyimide backing of Micro-Measurements CEA-Series gages makes them a good choice for this application, and adding Option P2 (preattached leadwires) to the gage selection – such as the CEA-XX-250UW-350/P2 – is recommended. Use an adhesive that can be cured at room temperature and has high elongation capability, such as M-Bond AE-10 or GA-2. Particularly if the coupons require humidity conditioning, these adhesives are better choices than the popular M-Bond 200 because they are more moisture-resistant. Strain Gage Installation Checklist: http://www.vishaypg.com/doc?11510 www.micro-measurements.com
Views: 63 Micro-Measurements
Teeth Bonding - Teeth Bonding  for a Smile Makeover
Dr. O'Braitis, a Mission Viejo Dentist discusses the process of improving your smile by using a bonding of tooth colored resin material to enhance your smile. The before and afters are from one of Dr. O'Braitis' actual patients. Send a photo of your smile to [email protected] for a smile evalution.
Views: 196909 Dr. Richard O'Braitis
Aviation Composite Materials  (HD, 3D, S3D)
This video looks at aircraft composite construction but the application are not limited to aviation. These materials are also used in the maritime and automotive industry to build boats and cars. Composite Materials can be as strong as metals but are very light weight. Composite Materials consist of light weight core material bonded between a fiber reinforced plastic. There are different types of fibers that can be used typically use fibers include carbon fiber, glass fiber and aramid fiber (kevlar) . Typical core material include foam or a honeycomb designed material. Foam can easily cut using a hot wire technique. Filmed by: William Lemaitre - http://www.triplescope.com Directed by: Ian Singleton - http://www.iansingleton.com Executive Producer: Dr Simon Jones
Views: 12492 offthepage3d
Composite Materials and Crash Testing
Part 8 of 8 A race car is a constant evolving prototype with the need to deploy innovation on a weekly basis. Fibersim helps the Renault Sport Formula One Team optimize the structure of ever composite part before it hits the track, making it a critical aspect of the Renault composites workflow. This short VLOG series explores the behind the scenes technical partnership between Siemens PLM and the Renault Sport Formula One Team. A partnership full of passion for innovation, overcoming design and manufacturing challenges and technical support to achieve racetrack aspirations. https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/global/en/products/nx/fibersim.html
Views: 302 Siemens PLM
Introduction to 3M™ Multi-Material Composite Bonding Adhesives
Bond substrates to composites without risk of stress concentrations. Contact us to test your composites with 3M™ Multi-Material Composite Bonding Adhesives.
Composite Materials
Compaction, Cutting and 3 Point Testing of Composite Materials This test material is composed of individual fibers represented as PFC3D clusters made up of a number of overlapping spherical particles. During compaction, cutting and 3-point testing, these fibers undergo large deformations and failure due to the breaking of their internal bonds.
Joining of polymer composites
Need of joining of composites Joining techniques of composites Fusion bonding Fusion bonding mechanisms Fusion bonding techniques Factors influencing the fusion bonded joints
Direct Composite Placement Using TheraCal LC and All-Bond Universal
A step-by-step technique is presented for a Class I Direct Composite Restoration using BISCO's TheraCal LC as a liner and All-Bond Universal dental adhesive to ensure a durable bond and long-lasting restoration.
Views: 13376 Bisco Dental
Composite Bonding to fix fractures on teeth
This video shows a patient with a fractured front tooth. I restored it using composite material. Even though this fracture was small, this procedure is very technique sensitive and needs to be done correctly without any shortcuts in order to have longevity. Notice how natural the tooth loos at the end (color, shape, etc). You would never even know it was fractured! For more information visit www.DrYazdan.com
Views: 2789 Dr. Yazdan
Welding Methods for Metal and Composite Materials
This video introduces some of the major welding technologies used in the aerospace industry. The video is part of a larger MOOC called Introduction to Aerospace Structures and Materials offered by the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at TUDelft. The course is available on the edX platform (https://online-learning.tudelft.nl/courses/introduction-to-aerospace-structures-and-materials/)
Views: 157 Calvin Rans
Solvay FusePly™
Composite materials enable lightweighting, reduce CO2 emissions and lower fuel consumption. Traditional assembly methods involve drilled holes and fasteners. With the addition of adhesive bonding brought a higher level of performance, but uncertainty in bonding quality still requires redundancy. Surface preparations can improve mechanical adhesion, but there has been no fundamentally new approach to bond reliability... until now. FusePly™ is Solvay's breakthrough composite bonding technology. Find out more at http://bit.ly/2VHkmiT Connect with us on: LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2VFGoCw Twitter: http://bit.ly/2VHZJD1 Facebook: http://bit.ly/2VFX6lb Instagram: http://bit.ly/2VIL8ay
Views: 136 Solvay Group
SikaFlex Bonding Composite Panels  - How to build an Overlander
I can't recommend any panel manufacturer who deals with consumers in small quantities like this, The company I got ours from has asked me to stop referring people to them for projects like this. In the beginning, I really wanted to find a source for foam injected honeycomb. One such maker is RhinoKore, but they would not return my calls. Join us as we bond our composite panels to the aluminum exoskeleton using SikaFlex 252. This video shows just the floor and ceiling installed, but they were the most difficult to get installed due to the size and weight. I'm hopeful that the smaller pieces can be trimmed in the table saw much faster.
Views: 17838 Everlanders
Prime-Dental, Home, Self Curing Tooth Bonding....
Thanks for watching! This is a tutorial on how to use the prime Dental chemical cure composite resin Base Dental self curing tooth bonding system. You can get the kit on eBay!!!!! :) Once you have ordered the kit on eBay then you can get started. Its worth it I promise! Save hundreds!!!!!$$$$$$$$$$$$$_____$_$_$$$$$$$$$$
Views: 27242 Bobby's Worlds
Dental Composites Bonding by Dr Rashid
Tray Signs by Tray Bond, Aluminium Composite Tray Manufacturers
Tray Bond are based in Oldham, nr, Greater Manchester, and are manufacturers of Aluminium composite sign trays to the Signage Trade and to individuals for other relevant projects. All our Trays are made to the highest standard, using the best quality composite materials including Dibond, Alupanel and other leading brands. We offer a full range of colours and thickness in sheets. We also supply 3D Cut letters for signmakers and fret cut panels for internal and back lighting, so LEDs and Neons can be housed behing our trays that have bigger returns. Please call us for details or visit our website www.traysigns.co.uk - tel: 0161 678 8777
Views: 7343 TrayBond
Alumtech Bond, Aluminum Composite panel, Design, Fabrication, Installation
Alumtech Bond is the premiere, full-service architectural Aluminum Composite Panel contractor in Toronto. We are specializing in design, fabrication, and installation of Aluminum Composite Panels, ACM, or Architectural Aluminum Composite Panels. Alumtech Bond is an insured, bondable, qualified contractor for your Aluminum Composite Panels projects. Alumtech Bond is a leading fabricator of composite metal panel systems. On top of our local market of Toronto, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Mississauga, North York, we offer ready-to-install metal composite panel systems for customers of Newmarket, Aurora and all Greater Toronto area. We are specialized in aluminum composite panel fabrication, and we are using the top ACM manufacturers including Alucobond, Reynobond, Maxbond, Alpolic, Vitrabond, Alucoil, and others. Architects, contractors, and property owners in need of architectural wall panels desire a simplified, streamlined process in acquiring materials and products needed to complete their job. Alumtech Bond makes it a reality with excellent service and keen attention to detail. Alumtech Bond Aluminum Composite Panels are designed and engineered to suit the specific job you need in Toronto, Markham, Richmond Hill, and all around GTA, Ontario, Canada. At every step of the process we take the builder's needs and concerns into consideration, ensuring the best outcome. Alumtech Bond Systems is the perfect solution when your project calls for Aluminum Composite Panel, ACM and Aluminum panels in GTA.
Views: 1452 Alumtech bond
Carbon Fiber Prepreg With Nomex Honeycomb Core (Spacegrade)
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MAT2COMPOSITES Twitter: @matthieutje65 Instagram: matthieulibeert ___________________________________________________________ Full material list will be added soon! when I find some time inbetween the composites work :D
Views: 124731 Matthieu Libeert
Most AMAZING Materials Of The Future!
Check out the most amazing materials of the future! This top 10 list of the strangest and coolest materials shows that science is getting very futuristic nowadays! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "UNSOLVED Mysteries That Cannot Be Explained!" video here: https://youtu.be/-4affLOd_7Q Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: https://youtu.be/rUqxhYJqGhU Watch our "MYSTERIOUS Things Discovered In WEIRD Places!" video here: https://youtu.be/VtiF8vhBLHY 13. Aerogel Aerogel holds 15 entries in the Guinness Book of Records for material properties, more than any other material. It is the world’s least dense solid. Sometimes called “frozen smoke”, aerogel is made by the supercritical drying of liquid gels of alumina, chromia, tin oxide, or carbon. It’s 99.8% empty space, which makes it look semi-transparent. Aerogel is also a fantastic insulator. If you had a shield of aerogel, you could easily defend yourself from a flamethrower. It stops cold and it stops heat. You could even build a warm dome on the Moon. Aerogels have unbelievable surface area in their internal fractal structures. Cubes of aerogel with just an inch on one side may have an internal surface area equivalent to a football field. Aerogel is currently being used as an insulation product, thickening product in cosmetics, laser targets, blankets, in space suits, military armor, and in particle physics, just to name a few. Fun fact: NASA used an aerogel to trap space dust particles aboard the Stardust spacecraft. The particles vaporize on impact with solids and pass through gases, but can be trapped in aerogels. And to think that Aerogel was created from a bet! 12. Carbon nanotubes Carbon nanotubes are long chains of carbon held together by the strongest bond in all chemistry, the sacred sp2 bond, even stronger than the sp3 bonds that hold diamonds together! Carbon nanotubes have numerous remarkable physical properties, including ballistic electron transport, which makes them ideal for electronics, and so much tensile strength that they are the only substance that could be used to build a space elevator. Yup! Just like the one that Google is trying to build!! Nanotubes could be used to build a pipe that transports materials and maybe even humans to the International Space Station or the moon! The specific strength of carbon nanotubes is 48,000 kilonewtons per kg. The previous record holder for structural strength was high-carbon steel, with a measly 154 kilonewtons per kg. That’s 300 times stronger than steel. You could build towers hundreds of kilometers high with it. Or the world’s strongest, and tiniest straw. Your pick. 11. Metamaterials “Metamaterial” refers to any material that gains its properties from structure rather than composition. Metamaterials have been used to create microwave invisibility cloaks, 2D invisibility cloaks, and materials with other unusual optical properties. Mother-of-pearl gets its rainbow color from metamaterials of biological origin. Some metamaterials have a negative refractive index, an optical property that may be used to create “Superlenses” which resolve features smaller than the wavelength of light used to image them! This technology is called subwavelength imaging. Metamaterials would be used in phased array optics, a technology that could render perfect holograms on a 2D display. These holograms would be so perfect that you could be standing 6 inches from the screen and not even notice it’s a hologram. 10. Aluminum Bubble Wrap Imagine your favorite packing-based stress reliever, except made of metal. OK, metallic bubble wrap might not be quite as easy to pop, but it could be a heck of a lot more useful. A team of engineers from North Carolina State University have developed a new form of aluminum bubble wrap, which they claim could revolutionize packaging and protective equipment. The scientists take a thin sheet of aluminum, then use a studded roller to form small indents in the sheet. Unlike its polyethylene counterpart, these voids are then filled with a foamed material like calcium carbonate, before being sealed with another flat sheet of metal. The result is a series of bubbles that absorb masses of energy, weighs 30 percent less than regular sheet metal, and yet are nearly 50 times stronger. It's easy to make, not too expensive, and could soon be used in everything from shipping containers for fragile goods to bike helmets. Just don't be tempted to try and pop it. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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How to create an aesthetic ANTERIOR restoration using Filtek™ Supreme XTE
Dr. Gabriel Krastl of Uniklinik Basel, Switzerland, shows you how to create an aesthetic anterior composite restoration with 3M ESPE Filtek™ Supreme XTE Universal and Flowable Restorative -Replacement of an old restoration. This professional, step-by-step video demonstration shows how to use the dental composite Filtek™ Supreme XTE Universal Restorative for aesthetic anterior restorations using a MULTI-shade technique. 3M ESPE Dental Nanocomposites are high-performance, versatile nanocomposites. Excellent aesthetics for anterior restorations, strong enough for posterior restorations, they're simple to use, have lifelike aesthetics and feature unique nanofiller technology. "Filtek™ Supreme XTE is a material of unsurpassed fluorescence, imitating nature better than all other aesthetic composites." - Dr. Hein de Kloet, Arnhem, Netherlands. Please subscribe, rate and comment. Find out more about dental composites and other 3M ESPE products: http://www.3Mespe.com.
Views: 439191 3MOralCareEurope
What Is FRP? Advantages of Composite Materials | BedfordReinforced.com
http://bedfordreinforced.com/ What is FRP? Fiberglass-reinforced polymer is a strong, lightweight building material that resists corrosion. FRP is sometimes called composite because it’s made of a combination of materials that work together for even stronger performance. FRP is made up of several different components: fiberglass reinforcements, resin to bond those reinforcements, additives and fillers that provide specific performance attributes, and surface finishes that protect the profile. The fiberglass reinforcements help carry the load and provide strength. The type, amount and orientation depend on the mechanical properties needed for the application. Resins work like glue to hold the fiberglass reinforcements together and transfer stress between them. The resin also protects the fibers. Additives and fillers customize the properties of FRP. These additives help improve water resistance, weathering, dimensional stability and temperature resistance. And surface finishes are used to add UV protection and corrosion resistance. Together, these components can be pultruded or molded into complex shapes for endless design possibilities. That makes FRP an excellent alternative to traditional materials like steel, aluminum and wood. Consider FRP for your next building project. Visit BedfordReinforced.com to learn more.
What is a Composite Technician?
A Composite Technician uses innovative products such as graphite, carbon fiber, fiberglass or Kevlar to create or repair items such as boats, skateboards and airplanes. Listen to an experienced Aircraft Mechanic who specializes in composite repairs explain the many different responsibilities of this occupation and the skills you need to be successful in the aerospace and advanced manufacturing industries. You can become a Composite Technician through the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC)'s apprenticeship program. Find out how: http://www.ajactraining.org/getting-started.asp. You might also like: What is a Precision Metal Fabricator? : http://youtu.be/QjJ0fttdUQ8 What is a Machinist?: http://youtu.be/NWlbgJeOKg4 How the Washington State Aerospace & Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program Works: http://youtu.be/yWokYPtNOUk Earn While You Learn an Aerospace Trade: http://youtu.be/Zx919H13dIE To Learn More, Subscribe to our Channel, Like Us at Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/AJACtraining, or Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com
How It's Made -  Composites
Want to know about Composites like Fiberglass or Carbon Fiber? This is a good educational video
Views: 1488 Chris Bond
Structure-Lite Composite Products - Innovative Composites International
http://www.innovativecompositesinc.com/structure-lite-composite-materials/ Structure-Lite Composite Products: The industries that can benefit from ICI's state-of-the-art composite technology affect nearly everyone on the planet in some way. However many of these industries have seen little change for the past 30 years and are prime for new innovations such as the patented Structure-Lite panels. Each of these composite panels have an unmatched strength to weight ratio, are more durable, long lasting, eco-friendly and less expensive. These unique qualities make Structure-Lite an ideal replacement for many traditional materials currently in use today. What makes these panels so unique? ICI's Structure-Lite composite panels have been designed to be lighter, stronger and more durable than traditional counterparts. Made from readily available recycled materials and taking less energy to manufacture, the composite panels have less of an impact on the environment and an excellent eco-friendly alternative to steel, wood and other composite panels composed of virgin materials. The materials that make up the Structure-Lite panels are also lighter compared most modern materials allowing for an unmatched strength to weight ratio and durability. Every panel is rot, mould and rust resistant, with an impact resistant skin that won't decay when exposed to UV light. Sandwiched between 2 layers of skin material is a foam core that adds fire resistance and isolating properties, furthering the applications the Structure-Lite panels can be used in. A key component of ICI's composite panels is their unique thermoplastic fibre reinforced composite skin material. This skin, owned and manufactured exclusively by ICI, forms the outer layer of the panels and offers unmatched durability and strength to these lightweight panels. The special manufacturing process ensures the bonds between the fibres and thermoplastic material are nearly impenetrable. Impact resistant, impervious to water and made with 100% recyclable materials, the thermoplastic fibre reinforced composite skin material gives ICI's Structure-Lite panels their incredible durability and versatility. Unlike most fibre-reinforced materials, the thermoplastic skin can also be formed into various shapes, making it ideal to use in the transportation and marine industries. How are the Structure-Lite panels used? Currently Structure-Lite is being used mainly in the transportation and prefab modular housing industries but the applications and uses are virtually unlimited. The panels are used to create unique cargo containers, similar to the current metal containers on the market today but with some remarkable attributes. Half the weight of steel, ICI's containers can also fold flat when empty making for easy transportation and fast assembly. The panels are also being used for truck bodies where their lightweight is drastically reducing the fuel consumption for major logistic firms. In the housing industry, the panels are being used for ICI's EcoScape product line. General labourers can assemble these prefab modular homes in a few days, making them ideal for countries in need of emergency structures or for those who just want to build up their housing infrastructure without spending a fortune on construction. Formable, durable, recyclable and cost-effective, the versatile Structure-Lite composite panels can be used in nearly any application. Already being used for truck tonneau covers and marine docks, they are also being developed for use in blast mitigation and ballistic panels. Strong, lightweight and long-lasting, they are proving to be the ideal replacement for many traditional materials and are bringing innovation to stagnant industry sectors.
Views: 9467 InnovativeComposite
Introduction to Materials
Presented by http://www.MetallurgyData.com, this video looks at engineering materials, which are divided into four key areas: metals, polymers, composites and ceramics.
Views: 16634 Industrial Heating
Laser treatment, bonding potential road to success for carbon fiber
Joining carbon fiber composites and aluminum for lightweight cars and other multi-material high-end products could become less expensive and the joints more robust because of a new method that harnesses a laser’s power and precision. Learn more: https://www.ornl.gov/news/laser-treatment-bonding-potential-road-success-carbon-fiber
Total Composites Koemmerling adhesive instructional video
In this video we demonstrate how easy it is to work with our German made Koemmerling adhesives. You will also see how easy it is to assemble our truck body kits.
Views: 551 Total Composites
Secondary processing of polymer composites
Secondary processing of polymer composites Secondary processing for adhesive joining Secondary processing by mechanical joining Secondary processing by fusion bonding
bigHead Bonding Fasteners for composites and lightweight materials
https://www.bighead.co.uk We help designers and engineers to fasten materials across a wide range of industries. From super-cars and luxury yachts to infrastructure projects and public utilities. Wherever you see a complex fastening challenge, you’ll find a bigHead hard at work. Here just some of the benefits of working with bigHead: • quick design and prototyping service to support innovation • unique bigHead designs that reduce cycle times and remove secondary operations • 1000’s of standard product designs and application specific solutions • short lead times and a flexible service • continuous innovation through partnership
Hemp + Water = Hempstone  ---a natural composite material----
Hempstone is an organic material that forms a solid body by only using hempfibers and water. It was developed and patented in the 90’s. It was used and perfected by Norbert Schmid from austria, who makes mainly Didgeridoos and Djembe out of Hempstone. He has worked with the material for over 13 years and he is very interested in working with designers, artists and instrument makers You can learn more about him and his work on his website: Drumparam.at The remarkable aspect of Hempstone is not only the strengt and hardness, that compares to woods like hardmaple and ebony, but also the absence of any artificial binders. It consists purely out of ground hemp fibres and water. There is no artificial binder needed. Mineral pigments can be added to acive the desired colour. The secret that turns hempfibres into this solid material lies in the way it is processed. By grinding and splitting up the fibres to a very high extend, the surface is enlagred expotentionally. “When water is added intermolecular hydrogen bonds are formed between the fibres.” (Norbert Schmid). It is the same effect, that makes Paperfibres stick together, even thought to a much stronger extend. The fibres are sprayed on a mold in serveral layers. When the pulp dries the hydrogen bonds are formed and the material shrinks up to one tenth of its volume, creating a very dense material. The molds have to be shaped round. Any sharp edge or irregularity in the material can create tears in the material. Additional pulp is sprayed to the bottom of the mold to compensate for the pulling forces created by the immense shrinkage. After drying several days the bodys are ready to be seperated from the molds for further preperation. When dried, the Hempstone is quiet rought. Because of the shrinkage and application process craters are formed. Through further preparation, these crates are smoothend creating the typical hempstone surface. If desired, the body can be sanded to create a smooth surface. The Hempstone is so hard that an anglegrider can be used to sand it. After some steps to further enhance the colour with oil paint and drying oil the bodys are finish using some shellack. The finished bodies consist out of hemp fibres, water, pigments, oil and shellack. Because of the applying method the colour has a lot of depth and complexity. The textured bodies aso are very resistant against any kind of scratches or impacts. Read more at: http://cannaguitars.com/hempstone/ Hi, I am Jakob and I am an industrial designer and guitarmaker from Germany and I am the creator of the Canna Guitars, handcrafted acoustic guitars with a body made of hemp. The guitars are 100% natural, with a truely unique avant-guarde design VIEW THE GUITAR IN ACTION: https://www.instagram.com/p/BjDVz0clvpM/?taken-by=david_sehl If so, check me out on my other platforms ! Website - https://www.http://cannaguitars.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cannaguitars/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cannaguitars/
Views: 848 Canna Guitars
Finding the Correct Frequencies for Inspecting Honeycomb Composites
This video presents an advanced BondMaster® 600 bond tester tool intended for NDT/NDI bond testing application specialists, NDT/NDI supervisors, procedure writing teams (OEM), or laboratory teams working to enhance composite testing. For more information about the BondMaster® 600, visit: http://www.olympus-ims.com/en/bondmaster600/ FIND and FOLLOW Olympus IMS on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OlympusIMS Twitter: https://twitter.com/OlympusIMS LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/26455 Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/106791919553065596700/106791919553065596700/about SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/OlympusIMS
Views: 2110 Olympus IMS
Materials and Properties
A look at bonding and physical properties of compounds. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Materials and Properties 00:03 - Physical Changes 01:35 - Chemical Changes 02:13 - Chemical Changes 02:46 - Chemical Changes 02:55 - Chemical Changes 03:59 - 4 Types of Bonds 06:36 - Metals 08:25 - Covalent/Molecular Compounds 09:38 - Molecular Compounds “The Legos of Life” 11:05 - 4 Types of Bonds 11:22 - Our Material World 11:42 - When it comes to appreciating our world, I hope your knowledge of bonds and the properties of materials really sticks with you!
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Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) sheet - Burning
In addition to its many uses, Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) sheet is used by Alex Group, Inc. as walls in their mobile medical exam rooms. Here, they demonstrate how fire resistant it is as compared to a standard plywood sheet. The ACM is directly burned for 1.5 minutes without catching fire or even burning the hands! Distributed by Piedmont Plastics, more information can be found about this amazing material at: http://www.piedmontplastics.com/acm
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MoviTHERM Non-Destructive Test System for Composite Materials
Subscribe to our Youtube Channel and like the video if you find it useful! MoviTHERM Composite-Check is a turnkey Infrared Non-Destructive Test System for detecting defects in composite materials. Typical defects are voids, delaminations, disbands, foreign material and debris, core crush, impact damage and lighting strikes among others. Thermal or Infrared Non-Destructive Testing is an alternative method to performing Ultrasound NDT. IR-NDT is faster, since it allows for large area inspection of defects using a thermal camera. In our solutions we are using FLIR Infrared cameras in combination with our non-destructive test system. The two most commonly used excitation sources for infrared non-destructive testing are either halogen lamps or Xenon flash lamps. Flash lamps are used for Flash or Pulse Thermography and Halogen lamps are used for Transient Thermography. Flash Thermography in composite materials is good for surface and surface near defects to about 2mm in depth. For defects located deeper than that, we recommend using halogen excitation with a Transient Thermography setup. For more information visit our website: http://www.movitherm.com Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/movitherm Follow MoviTHERM on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/movitherm Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/movitherm
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