Webinar - Practical Approaches to California Proposition 65 Testing

Posted by NSL Analytical on 1/15/21 8:33 AM

With nearly 1,000 materials restricted by California’s Proposition 65, compliance may appear to be a daunting and expensive task. In this Tech Talk webinar, NSL's Dave van der Wiel and Sarah Baskerville discuss common misconceptions of Prop 65 compliance, review the regulated products and materials, and provide practical advice for helping businesses navigate toward a compliance solution.

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Topics: Education

How Metal Powder Surface Area Influences Additive Manufacturing

Posted by NSL Analytical on 12/23/20 4:01 PM

 

Dr. Dave van der Wiel, NSL's Director of Technology Development, wrote an article about "How Metal Powder Surface Area Influences Additive Manufacturing" that was published in Powder Metallurgy Review Magazine. Learn more about the article and about the highly-respected publication below. Then, contact us to speak with the author or another member of our team.

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Topics: News & Press Releases, additive manufacturing

Powder Flow & Avalanche Rheometry Explained: ASTM ICAM Video

Posted by NSL Analytical on 12/18/20 10:32 AM

 

Dr. Dave van der Wiel, NSL's Director of Technology Development, spoke at the 2020 ASTM International Conference on Additive Manufacturing. His presentation covered powder flow and avalanche rheometry.

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Topics: News & Press Releases, additive manufacturing

Webinar - Under the Microscope: Let's Focus on Optical Microscopy

Posted by NSL Analytical on 12/15/20 8:31 AM

Optical microscopy has been a staple of metallurgical analysis to determine cleanliness, grain structure, surface conditions, porosity, and more. In this Tech Talk webinar, NSL metallurgists Dave Kovarik and Rebecca Stawovy explain the history of metallurgical microscopes and how they work. You will also learn the features of modern-day microscopes and how they are used today.

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Topics: Education

NSL Registered with DDTC Regarding ITAR and EAR

Posted by NSL Analytical on 12/8/20 5:31 PM

NSL Analytical Services, Inc. has registered with DDTC regarding the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).  NSL is now accepting projects subject to ITAR/EAR registration.

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Topics: News & Press Releases, Accreditations

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Brings Additively-Manufactured Parts to Mars

Posted by NSL Analytical on 11/17/20 3:49 PM

NASA’s Perseverance rover, which is scheduled to land on Mars on February 18, 2021, will reportedly carry eleven metal additively manufactured parts. “Flying these parts to Mars is a huge milestone that opens the door a little more for Additive Manufacturing in the space industry,” said Andre Pate, the group lead for Additive Manufacturing at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

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Topics: News & Press Releases, additive manufacturing

Tech Talk Webinar: Issues & Insights Regarding Particle Size Analysis

Posted by NSL Analytical on 11/12/20 2:07 PM

The analysis of particle size distributions is widely accepted as a critical requirement in many metal and ceramic processes. In this webinar, we discussed the pragmatic issues associated with the most readily-available techniques and which complimentary methods might be insightful for certain applications, without having to develop a new historical dataset of particle size information. Access the slide deck and video recording by completing the form below.

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Topics: Education

NSL Analytical Services, Inc. Announces New “Tech Talk” Webinar Series

Posted by NSL Analytical on 10/27/20 10:51 AM

NSL Analytical Services, Inc. has announced the launch of their new “Tech Talk” webinar series. Webinar attendees enjoy exciting presentations, conversations and demonstrations from NSL’s scientists and experts regarding testing strategies, equipment, and techniques, among other related topics.

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Topics: Education, Conference & Events

IMAT Materials Conference Video: Failure Analysis

Posted by NSL Analytical on 10/23/20 3:46 PM

Dave Kovarik, a metallurgist and failure analyst at NSL Analytical Services, presented at the virtual IMAT Conference on Monday, October 26, 2020. His session focused on "What to Expect from a Metallurgical Failure Analysis." Read the article below to learn how to access the video recording.

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Topics: Education

SEM Live! Techniques & Benefits of Scanning Electron Microscopy

Posted by NSL Analytical on 10/22/20 12:02 PM

NSL's Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is a very useful tool for examining materials at up to 100,000x magnification. In this webinar, you will enjoy a first-hand presentation and demonstration of NSL's remote SEM capabilities to learn how it can be used in examining fracture surfaces, surface chemical analysis, and more. NSL metallurgists Rebecca Stawovy and Ben Schmidt show you what a live examination looks like and what kind of information the SEM can provide remotely for clients anywhere in the world.

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Topics: Education

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