Isabelle Cauwet, Applications Engineer at Digital Surf, looks at the benefits of using software to enhance microscopy data.
Erika Hedblom, Manager of Intelligent Tube Systems for Sandvik, Sweden, discusses how internal sensors and cloud computing can provide deeper process insights.
Professor David V Edmonds, University of Leeds, UK, explores a novel heat treatment concept for quenching and partitioning.
Andrew Almond of European Powder Metallurgy Association* explains the metal injection moulding process and its benefits.
Trevor Wright, MTM Technical Specialist at analytical instruments company Shimadzu UK Limited, talks through the USF-2000A system and how it can be used to test metal samples.
Ben Morgan of Nikon Metrology explains how the company’s computed tomography scans of rock core samples have been used to improve oil and gas flow predictions.
Henniker Scientific Ltd, UK, explain the advantages of using plasma treatment to maintain microscopy equipment.
Phil Webb, Cranfield University, UK, looks at automation and the potential of humans collaborating with robots.
The world’s deep-sea trenches are mysterious and relatively unexplored areas with the potential to influence the world’s climate. Automation is helping to analyse and answer the questions of the oceans depths, as Faulhaber explains.
Trisha Rice, Vice President and General Manager of materials science solutions at Thermo Fisher Scientific, talks about the company’s new analysing technology for additive manufacture.