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stable current voltage curves with a well marked ne- gative differential resistance using these novel com- ponents. Thereby, significantly higher field strengths than the threshold field strength can be used.


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Application Advantages • The manufacturing of rotational symmetric and bifurcated components is possible in two productions steps without involving joining processes.


• The wall thickness of rotational sym-metric cups can be strain-adapted.


• Regions which are relevant for further proc- essing steps are no longer subject to strain hardening.


Contact: TransMIT GmbH, Peter Stumpf, Kerkrader Str. 3, D-35394 Gießen, Germany, Phone: +49-(0)641/94364-0: http://www.transmit.de


http://www.hipo-online.de/files/TM454GunnDiode_ TechnologieExpose_EN_Feb_2010_180210.pdf


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Flow forming technology to produce rotational symmetric and bifurcated components, like belt pulleys or rims


Abstract: The inventive flow splitting method and device allows for the production of rotational symmetric and bifurcated components in an integral action without additional joining processes. Importantly, the compo- nent might be treated in further production steps in a process-sure manner.


INNOVECTIS GmbH, Dr. Otmar Schöller, Altenhöferallee 3, D-60438 Frankfurt, Germany, Phone: 069-2561632-0: http://www.innovectis.de


http://www.hipo-online.de/files/0037_Fliessspalten_ engl_c_280909.pdf


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