Additive manufacturing — aka 3D printing — has an important place in product development alongside CNC machining and injection molding. At Proto Labs, customers have the option to print their products with several different plastic and metal materials through various additive technologies. Download our free white paper to review the pros and cons of commonly used 3D printing technologies.
Printed Electronics manufacturers need a process that can rapidly cure metallic nanomaterial ...
Additive manufacturing — aka 3D printing — has an important place in product development...
Product engineers and tooling manufacturers have much to gain from 3D printing: By generating...
Floor-standing ultracentrifuges and high-performance centrifuges are vital to many bioproduction processes. Instruments are run in Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environments, and must support compliance with these regulations. This paper describes innovative features built into Optima XPN and Avanti JXN Series centrifuges that support GMP compliance while eliminating much of the administrative work of other systems.
urified proteins are required for many proteomics applications such as X-ray crystallography, NMR, mass spec, and in vitro biochemical assays. Proteins can be isolated from tissue or, more often, by their overexpression in an organism, like bacteria, yeast, or mammalian cells in culture.
Exosomes purification and analyses comprise a fast evolving research area; more than 70% of published research on exosomes has been done within the last six years. This paper focuses on solutions to those challenges through cost-effective, large-scale purification, and fast analysis of exosomes.
old Nanorods (AuNR) hold great promise for biomedical imaging. AuNRs have very strong absorption peaks in the visible and near-infrared region due to a plasmonic effect; the aspect ratio of the AuNR directly determines the wavelength of the peak. For biomedical imaging, it is important to have optically pure samples of gold nanorods,
This application note focuses on two challenging areas for nanoparticles: reliable, rapid scale-up of nanoparticle purification; and quantitative analysis of the concentration of species present. The Biomek 4000 Laboratory Automation Workstation helps overcome the human variable and gives a consistent, reproducible, highthroughput method for gradient setup, which provides a breakthrough for scale-up problems. Preparative Ultracentrifugation helps to maintain reliability between runs, making them highly reproducible.
Refractometers are used to continuously monitor the concentrations of liquids used in the food and beverage, chemical, energy, and metalworking industries, among others. Download this research study to learn how to your reduce costs by tightly controlling product yield.
This whitepaper reviews the causes of the three major allergic reactions to single-use glove products in Life Sciences environments, their symptoms, and glove solutions that are available to help prevent adverse reactions.
There has never been a better time to explore the advantages of an ASIC, due to the wide availability of low cost design tools and easy access to flexible, mature IC processes. Take advantage of the many technical and commercial benefits that Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) offer.
Manufacturers like you can gain a competitive advantage from the Internet of Things (IoT), or connecting items in the physical world to the Internet. Download now to learn how IoT can help manufacturers improve resource efficiency, safety, and return on assets, plus grow revenue and save money.
Explore the cleaning efficiency of MICRO-90® , MICRO® GREEN CLEAN and MICRO® A07 on four GE flat sheet membranes in the GE Osmonics SEPA CF II filtration unit.
A cleaning validation method has been developed for MICRO 90 Concentrated Cleaning Solution using a swab recovery technique and quantification with HPLC with charged aerosol detection (CAD) and mass spectrometry (MS) detection.
Based on the membrane foulants, Micro-90®, Micro® A07, or both may be required to clean and return the conditions to their original values. The foulant will help determine which cleaner(s) is needed. If one cleaner is all that is necessary to correct the condition, then that is satisfactory. Sometimes, a pre-soak is useful. In other systems, both an alkaline and acidic cleaner are used for full cleaning.
Thermal processing of advanced ceramic and metal powders is dominantly performed, due to its inherent characteristics, in a Rotary tube furnace. Rotary furnaces are known to be the preferred processing unit for flowable powdered or granular materials. The Rotary tube furnace, under the proper conditions, will be significantly more energy efficient than the pusher tunnel furnace, even at operating temperatures up to 3000°C.
Product designers and engineers have a number of prototyping options available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. From stereolithography, selective laser sintering and direct metal laser sintering to CNC machining and injection molding, our free Prototyping Processes white paper is a highly technical look at the various manufacturing processes. It lets you weigh the benefits of each, so you can focus in on a process best suited for your project.
Rotary furnaces are the go-to technology for high temperature processing of powdered materials. This white paper discusses several indirect-fired rotary furnace design improvements that are targeted to maximize the utility of the process while meeting the critical needs of more difficult processes.