This company's line of specialized toolholders is designed for the accuracy and close tolerances required for aerospace component machining. The Thermolock™Shrink Fit toolholders are said to eliminate centrifugal and vibration problems inherent to high speed machining, allowing optimal material removal. Other products available include Extra Extended-Length and mill holders, HSK shell mill holders, and NMTB style holders.
Command Tooling Systems, 13931 Sunfish Lake Blvd., Ramsey, MN 55303; FAX (800) 555-7694; www.commandtool.com .
Ceramabond™503 is a high temperature ceramic-based adhesive used in the production of heating modules in space vehicles and drop-tube vacuum furnaces. The product has a reported dielectric strength of 250V per mil, and after curing will not outgas in a vacuum. Other applications include bonding and coating temperature probes, strain gauges, and oxygen.
Aremco Products, Box 517 707-B Executive Blvd., Valley Cottage, NY 10989-0989; FAX (201) 337-1012; www.aremco.com .
Molykote®P37 High Temperature paste is designed to prevent stress corrosion and cracking in high-temperature environments while delivering high lubricity and load-carrying capacity. The paste is said to work with stainless steel, ni-monic steel and other alloys, and protects metals from sulfur and halogens, including chlorine, fluorine, and bromine.
Dow Corning Corp., Box 0994, Midland, MI 48686-0994; FAX (517) 496-8026; www.dowcorning.com .
This company's line of miniature self-clinching fasteners is made of stainless steel and available with locking and non-locking threads for use in thin sheet metal applications. The self-locking versions provide a prevailing torque on the mating and a dry film lubricant finish to aid installation. The fasteners also feature an aggressive knurl designed to withstand a high torque-out resistance after installation.
Captive Fastener Corp., 19 Thornton Rd., Oakland, NJ 07436; FAX (201) 337-1012; www.captive-fastener.com .
EP101HTAO is a two component epoxy compound for potting, casting encapsulation, and sealing up to 500F. The manufacturer says that the epoxy is made of heat-resistant liquid epoxy resin and a curing agent which presents minimal toxicological hazards. Epoxy can be cured at between -275 and 400F, and can be used in electronic applications where a high degree of heat dissipation is desirable.
Master Bond Inc., 154 Hobart St., Hackensack, NJ 07601; FAX (201) 343-2132; www.masterbond.com .