Material Science, News & Events, Adhesion Process, Film & Flexible Packaging, Surface Treatment, Product, Medical Device, Thermoplastics, Surface Preparation & Treatment, Surface Testing

Network and Learn with BTG Labs at AMI’s Polymer Testing & Analysis 2017

| Christian Meininger

BTG Labs Lead Sales Engineer Lucas Dillingham will present “What Manufacturers Need to Measure When Controlling Surfaces for Adhesion” at AMI’s Polymer Testing & Analysis 2017 on September 20,...

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Material Science, News & Events, Adhesion Process, Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Electronics, Renewable Energy, Surface Treatment, Product, Webinar

Webinar: How to Establish and Monitor Cleaning Processes

| Emily Walsh

BTG Lab's recently held another successful webinar. Hosted by Products Finishing and presented by Dr. Giles Dillingham, the webinar emphasized the importance of monitoring cleaning processes and...

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News & Events, Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Electronics, Product, Medical Device

Sitting Down with BTG Labs' President, Tom McLean

| Christian Meininger

Tom McLean’s distinctive voice can often be heard throughout the halls of BTG Labs. I sat down with President and Chief Growth Officer of BTG Labs to learn more about the man behind the voice.

 

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Material Science, News & Events, Adhesion Process, Automotive, Surface Treatment, Product

BTG Labs will Exhibit and Present at ACCE 2017

| Emily Walsh

 

Next week, BTG Labs will exhibit and present at SPE ACCE (Society of Plastics Engineers Automotive Composites Conference and Exhibition) the world’s leading automotive composites forum. Over 800...

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Material Science, Adhesion Process, Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Renewable Energy, Surface Treatment, Product, Composites, Surface Testing

The Surface Analyst's Unique Ability to Measure on Vertical Surfaces

| Emily Walsh

Challenges often arise when verifying critical surface processes on the factory floor when measuring hard to reach areas and varying angles. The Surface Analyst conquers those challenges with the...

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Material Science, News & Events, Adhesion Process, Surface Treatment, Product, Webinar

Register for BTG Labs’ Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Products Finishing

| Emily Walsh

Join BTG Labs August 29 at 2pm EDT for the webinar “How to Establish Quantitative Control of Cleaning Processes” hosted by Products Finishing, presented by Chief Scientist Dr. Giles Dillingham.

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News & Events, Product, Surface Testing

Presenting the BTG Labs Online Shop

| Christian Meininger

BTG Labs is pleased to announce the online shop is now live.  You can now easily find and order your Surface Analyst™ accessories. Items include replacement Fluid Cartridges, Performance...

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Material Science, Film & Flexible Packaging, Surface Treatment, Product

Print Isn't Dead

| Emily Walsh

Contrary to popular belief, print isn’t dead: at least not printed packaging, an industry growing to a worth of $8 billion of the $20 billion global print market.

The printed packaging market is...

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Material Science, News & Events, Adhesion Process, Aerospace, Surface Treatment, Product

Chief Scientist Giles Dillingham Presents at the National Lab in Los Alamos

| Emily Walsh

Nestled in the tall pines of the Jemez Mountains lies the Los Alamos National Laboratory. This center of scientific excellence, brings together some of the top minds in the world to maintain the...

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Material Science, Adhesion Process, Consumer Goods, Film & Flexible Packaging, Surface Treatment, Product

Teflon: More than just pots and pans

| Emily Walsh

Teflon is a household name that commonly invokes images of eggs sizzling on a skillet, spatulas flipping pancakes, or rice steaming in a pan.

But, there is much more to this magical non-stick...

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Material Science, Adhesion Process, Surface Treatment, Product, Cleaning Processes, Surface Testing

Tales from the M&P Lab

| Emily Walsh

In the BTG Labs’ Materials and Processing laboratory, magic happens. Or, at least it seems that way. In the BTG Lab our specialists see the unseen. They reveal the invisible.

We’re talking about...

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