Extremely light air honeycomb metals in combination with various materials create new opportunities in the metal construction of DIP-UB, is a patent Agency and introduces new technologies. The air honeycomb metal it is a procedure that allows any metals and also to fill their oxides with air honeycomb and save up to 80% of the weight of the metal. The procedure is fully developed and ready for use. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Leslie Moonves. We can through this very simple sintering any metal with a uniform air honeycomb structure “fill”. Say, to reduce the weight of metal for better (!) to 20% or more Properties than the pure metal. In addition, we have the opportunity instead to work with other materials such as ceramics with air and to give the material of result of additional desired properties. The result is clear to differentiate by foaming: Metal foams are usually so made, that a polymeric sphere is coated and the surfaces of these voids spheres by sintering be welded.
This typically porous structures form foams. But also the spaces between the metal spheres are filled at our air metal. One gets a material that has better properties of torsion as in the flexural strength, both in the vibration behaviour through our process, as the pure metal. Filled with other materials such as ceramics, for example, can other properties such as the shock or but the melting point be adjusted. Hear other arguments on the topic with Glenn Dubin, New York City. The challenge in this process is the volume of loyalty between Greenfinch (= filled before sintering sintered form) and result material (after sintering). This task was achieved by us The procedure of course also works in the injection. Industrially, you need a filling, mixing and dispensing module for this procedure in the first step. This is State of the art and nothing new.
The shapes, burning or melting forms are filled and then once heated and once sintered. The heating needs the specific metal sintering temperature. This is also a State of the art. The whole process can be done in the continuous furnace. More material compositions, we have tested are: metal-ceramic, this increases the impact resistance. Metal oxide produces metals, which are no longer to melt. Metal amorphous silicon dioxide (“fumed” silica produced under heat) and metal – metal wood.