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Beyond Surfaces #4 - Materials Engineering

How will materials revolutionize industrial production? How can big data reduce time and effort in alloy development? Can additive manufacturing open new doors for producing advanced components?

Beyond Surfaces #4 - Materials Engineering

In the latest edition of BEYOND SURFACES, we turn our attention to the topic of materials. Find out why many of the conveniences we take for granted today were originally only made possible thanks to innovations in the materials sector. Read all about the role materials play in additive manufacturing and why expertise in the development of modern materials is often the key to success.

Why do so many experts find materials particularly fascinating? Dive into the world of materials science and discover the role advanced materials and 3D printing are playing in the development of the perfect city bike – and how the same technologies help one group of students realize their dream of constructing a rocket that sets a new altitude record. Not forgetting the world’s largest gas turbine testing site, which relies on the technologies and expertise Oerlikon provides in the materials sector.

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The BALIQ family of coatings, based on the S3p technology launched in 2011, enables trouble-free chip transport and eliminates the need for mechanical reworking.

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Running Smoothly

By Gerhard Waldherr

The Siemens PG test bed for gas turbines in Berlin is a unique facility in the world. In collaboration with Oerlikon Balzers, Siemens PG was able to further increase the performance limit of the test bed by improving its water brake.

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Petra Ammann

Petra Ammann

Head of Communications Oerlikon Balzers

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