Browsing: Materials

The emergence of high tensile, lightweight composites to compete with tried and tested stalwarts like concrete, timber and steel is a growth area for the engineering sector. In some cases engineering materials are combined for maximum flexibility. NZ Engineering News keeps readers up to date on the emerging use of different materials for engineering and the continued success and development of traditional materials. Steel and steel fabrication, plastics, metals and composites are examined and compared.

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Powder metallurgy products are found in many fields of technology. Cost-effective, functional and flexible, powder metallurgy parts have made great strides in recent decades in the automotive, aerospace, engineering, medical technology and electronics industries. Continue →
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With more than 40 years in the industry, the Webforge Group specialises in the manufacture to national and international standards of steel grating, FRP and expanded metal meshes and aluminium sunscreen systems, as well as galvanising services. Continue →
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In its first production base for infrastructure materials outside of Japan, Nippon Steel has set up a company in Vietnam for the manufacture of steel pipe piles used for wharf pilings, motorway foundations, wall retention during excavation, land protection from sea encroachment, and similar applications. Continue →
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