The world of shape memory alloys is on the move: Seize your opportunity now!
You have informed yourself about shape memory alloys in this quick course. Most interested visitors don’t check out this site without reason.
Sometimes they just want to get a taste of the subject. Others have heard about shape memory alloys (SMAs) from other sources or have tried to find out more – for example with our Introduction Set. Still others already have concrete ideas about how they want to use SMA. They all have one thing in common: SMA has inspired them all. And quite rightly so.
Because shape memory alloys, as a cross-sectional technology, offers you entirely new possibilities. What began in laboratory tests in the USA in the 1960s is now finally market-ready; and will help your application reach new heights in no time at all.
Sometimes you just need to think a bit further outside the box.
And we are here to help you with that: It all starts with your short enquiry. It ends with you receiving a functional component ready for series production.
Just follow the example of our excited customers. Take your technology – built on SMA – to the next level. Ideally before your competitors do the same: Discover the areas where you can combine extended functionality with cost savings. You will quickly come to realise that we see ourselves as a partner when it comes to reaching your goals. If you merely want to expand your knowledge, why not take the SMA course first?
In this course, we will provide you with the basics about shape memory alloys in an easily understandable way and at the same time provide a summary for reference purposes. Or are you further advanced in your knowledge and ready to take the next step? Then select an appointment here:
Do you have a specific query or general questions about SMA?
Every quarter, we host our SMA user webinar in Bochum.
During the course of a compact, single-day event, our SMA experts convey the most important basics to provide users or potential users with the necessary background knowledge. Under four topical headings, we cover the most important aspects of how to use this technology to successfully develop the products of tomorrow.
As well as covering the most important principles behind SMA science, we also describe the characterisation methods commonly used for shape memory alloys to ensure a reproducible quality for both the manufacturer and the user. The second part of the event then focuses on application-specific questions. We present the most relevant aspects of product development, ranging from the design with regard to service life and functional stability, to system integration and electronic control.
For further information regarding content, procedure and registration please contact us.