Boeing releases an excellent article on its AERO magazine website that highlights the need for maintenance and flight crews to understand lightning strike phenomena and helps operators understand lightning strike damage inspection requirements and associated effective repairs that improve lightning strike maintenance efficiency.
Many wonder why Dexmet would make this claim? Well the reason is that Dexmet is probably the most recognized name in making expanded material. Around for over half a century and still the innovator when it comes to expanded material. Check out the video below if you...Read more
There is an old saying that imitation is the best form of flattery and while it may be true in some cases, in the world of manufacturing that is not always the case. For instance Dexmet takes great pride in developing quality expanded material for their client base....Read more
Steve Tucker, Product Manager, Power Technologies (left) and Ken Burtt, Vice-President, Sales and Marketing (right) speaking to visitors at our booth# D75. To see more and to download a copy of the presentation delivered by Ken Burtt, click the link below: Read more
Given the high demand for Rare Earth Metals in modern technology. If the alloy developed from these metals is ductile, and the application allows for an open area configuration. In theory expanding the Rare Earth Metal alloy, may be more cost-effective in the development of the technology...Read more
Dexmet mentioned in interview with State of Connecticut at the 18th Group Exhibit, Hydrogen Fuel Cells exposition held at Hannover Messe, Germany, April 23rd through 27th, 2012 ...Read more
This is one of the more common questions that we are asked. Customers are primarily concerned with adhesion and surface resistance. Does the surface resistance increase with increased tarnish levels? Will epoxy adhere to a tarnished copper surface? To try and provide an answer, we undertook some...Read more
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt:Read more
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18...