CASE STUDIES

Examples of material process

Mixing and defoaming of resin + resin

2-part epoxy resin
Manual mixing
  THINKY MIXER
    No bubbles.
Uniformly mixed.

Polyimide

Manual mixing   THINKY MIXER
    No bubbles.
Uniformly mixed.

Mixing and defoaming of resin + powder

Uniform dispersion can be achieved without sedimentation

Silver Paste

Before   After
    Silver particles are uniformly
dispersed throughout the resin
base, giving a smooth surface

Solder Paste (solder powder and flux)

Manual mixing   Solder Paste Mixer
    Smooth surface.
No bubbles.

Epoxy Resin (base + hardener) and alumina powder

Before   After
     

Silicone Resin and alumina powder

Manual mixing   THINKY MIXER
    No lumps. Uniformly mixed.

Mixing and defoaming of pastes

High viscosity materials that are difficult to mix manually can be easily processed.

Cosmetic Foundation (wax and three types of iron oxides)

Before   After
    Four types of materials are uniformly
mixed to a smooth cream consistency.
Air bubbles are eliminated, giving
vibrant color and a very smooth feel.

Examples of material process

Nano Ceramics and Water 70 V%

Polyimide

    ■ARE-310
Dispersion of ceramic powders

Resin + high specific gravity powder

Materials with different specific gravity are dispersed without sedimentation.

Low viscosity Silicone Resin and Silicate Fluorescent Material

Before   After

Sealant for White LED (silicone resin and fluorescent material)

Manual mixing   THINKY MIXER
    Fluorescent powders with a higher
specific gravity are uniformly
dispersed without sedimentation
in a low viscosity silicone.

■ARV-310LED
Dispersion of orthosilicate fluorescent material (phosphor with about 15 μm particle diameter) and low viscosity silicone resin (3 Pa s) for LED

Au Ball

■ARV-3000TWIN
Dispersion of Au powders
(3μm) and LCD sealant (400Pa s)

Processing nano materials is also applicable

  • CNF 5 V%

    ■ARE-310
    Carbon nano fiber is uniformly dispersed
    SEM photo by George Hansen,
    Metal Matrix Composites Company
  • CNF 10 V%

    ■ARE-310
    Carbon nano fiber is uniformly dispersed in polymer.
    SEM photo by George Hansen, Metal Matrix Composites Company
  • MWNT

    ■ARE-310
    MWNT is uniformly dispersed in 2-part thermosetting resin.
    SEM photo by Dr. J.H. K.oo University of Texas at Austin
  • Nano-silica

    ■ARE-310
    Nano-silica is uniformly dispersed in epoxy resin.
    SEM photo by Dr. J.H. K.oo University of Texas at Austin
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