The Art of Winding Quality Rolls on a Coating Line Paid Members Public
When Did Web Slitting Begin, and How Did It Initially Evolve? Paid Members Public
According to Wikipedia, the first writing papers were developed around the 4th century BCE in Egypt. At that time, a more efficient alternative to wet clay-tablet scoring was needed to record mercantile transactions, along with the strong desire to create large quantities of religious documentation.
What Doctor-Blade Challenges Impact Wide-Web Cylinder Metering? Part 3 Paid Members Public
For gravure printing and coating applications, doctor-blade control needs to be both fast and foolproof with no guesswork, mechanical problems or startup waste that is attributable to doctor blade performance.
The role of new system-level simulation in solving difficult web-handling design problems Paid Members Public
Due to increased demand for consistent quality and faster turnaround times when ordering new web-handling systems, machine designers are turning to simulation to stay ahead of the competition. Simulation models that include dynamical aspects have the advantage over manual calculations...
Li-ion Battery Market to Exceed $430 Billion by 2033 Paid Members Public
With their comparatively high performance, low cost and wide availability, lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are today’s pre-eminent energy-storage technology for applications ranging from small personal electronics to electric vehicles (EVs) to large, stationary energy storage systems.
How Do We Balance "Trust" with "Suspicion" on Base Substrates Paid Members Public
Everyone who applies coatings worries about the coating process. But when it comes to the base substrate (film, foil, paper, etc.), people either are too trusting or too suspicious. None of us happen to suspect the base only when it is a problem...