Researcher of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich Produce complex highly porous glassware using an 3D printing process. With this technique tailor-made objects can be produced.
SPS hall 4A, booth 126
Touch displays, for example for smartphones and tablets, use ultra-thin glasses whose production places special demands on temperature measurement technology. For this application has Optris the new infrared thermometer CT Laser G7 brought on the market. It precisely measures the surface temperatures of glasses ranging from 100 ° to 1200 ° C.
K Hall 6, Stand B30
Electric drives open up new design possibilities for the vehicle body. Röhm Molding Compounds presents "Plexiglas Hi-Gloss NTA-5", a high-impact special molding compound for black, high-gloss applications and at the same time robust components such as the radiator grille, ventilation grilles, trim panels, mirror housings and pillar trims.
Current foldable displays are made of plastics and therefore prone to scratches, wrinkles and early total failure. Conventional smartphone displays do not have these problems because they are made up of at least two layers of partially tempered glass. Due to the glass, these displays can not be easily folded. LPKF presents with the "Lide "technology a solution to this problem.
Fakuma Hall B 4, Stand 4404
HPF The Mineral Engineers introduces the masterbatch "Acrysmart" for acrylic glass, which changes its permeability to light and solar radiation as a function of the ambient temperature. In addition, new developments in the field of mineral high-performance fillers are shown.
Customized technical glasses installed in individual touch input systems including mechanical processing, surface engineering and design services are now offered by Richard Wöhr in 5, 10 or 15 working days. The already functioning for decades Eildienstservice The system supplier forms the basis of the extension of this offer.