Webcasts

Case Studies with poly(p-xylylene) polymers Solving Friction Challenges and Protecting Critical Components

At Curtiss-Wright, we support leading edge technologies that are relied upon to enhance safety, reliability, and performance in demanding environments. Our parylene coating services teams support the work of engineers and scientists around the world to develop solutions to complex challenges.

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Particle Tracing Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics

The Particle Tracing Module extends the functionality of the COMSOL Multiphysics environment for computing the trajectory of particles in fluids and electromagnetic fields, including particle-particle, particle-field, and fluid-particle interactions. The particles can be subjected to a wide variety of forces, such as electrical, collisional, drag, and thermophoretic forces. This webinar introduces particle tracing for applications such as erosion, etching, mixing, filtration, mass spectrometry, ion optics, and beam physics. The webinar includes a demonstration and will end with a Q&A session.

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DFM Solutions for 14nm: Samsung and Mentor Graphics — On-demand Web Seminar

Samsung and Mentor Graphics have partnered together to help designers improve the robustness of their designs through proven DFM solutions. This presentation will feature the latest DFM solutions that are available from Samsung for their 14nm technology.

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End-to-End Development of Personalized Medical Devices

The medical devices industry is experiencing an evolutionary transformation in which diagnostic and therapeutic treatments are increasingly personalized, with patient-specific customization aligned to individual patient conditions, improving therapeutic benefits and in most cases, lowering overall costs.

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Conformal Coatings Improve Reliability for Innovative Technologies

For decades, the medical, electronics, military, automotive and aerospace industries have used conformal coatings for a variety of reasons, including to protect components from their environment, enhance lubricity, provide thermal and electrical insulation, stabilize delicate structures, and function as an interface that is biocompatible. As advances in technology demand devices and components become smaller in size, more complex in nature and face increasingly harsh environments, newer designs present challenges for many conformal coatings. Poly(para-xylylene), known as Parylene, is an ultra-thin, pinhole-free, inert, transparent conformal coating that meets these challenges. With a successful track record spanning more than 40 years, Parylene coatings have enhanced the reliability of numerous devices and components such as circuit boards, MEMS, LEDs, stents, pacemakers, electrosurgical tools, sensors, and elastomeric components, to name only a few.

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The Value of FDM Jigs and Fixtures: Who, What, Where, When & Why

Manufacturing relies on tools including jigs, fixtures, templates and gauges to maintain quality and production efficiency. Although these tools are virtually invisible when production is running smoothly, their importance becomes evident when problems arise.

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Accelerate Medical Device Innovation By Removing the Risk of Quality Failure

Medical device manufacturers are faced with the challenge of bringing new products to market faster and in an ever more demanding regulatory environment.

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