Smart Starts Here
SEMICON West is setting the pace with engaging, new experiences and networking venues—all to put you face-to-face with more qualified customers and partners than ever before.
SEMICON West connects the entire extended supply chain, all in one place and at one time. You’ll connect with the best in the business — from materials, equipment, design, manufacturing, system integration, and demand channels to new verticals and adjacencies such as flexible hybrid electronics, MEMS and sensors, and more. It’s the premier place to re-connect with your contacts and make new ones to drive your business forward.
Why SEMICON West?
It’s here that the industry gets a glimpse at what’s next and finds its innovation engines. SEMICON West 2017 features more than 600 exhibitors and 115 hours of programs and networking opportunities to provide the insights, access, and technical and business intelligence you need to get ahead and embrace today’s disruptive landscape.
Do you know where the industry is headed? Do you have access to your customers — and theirs? Three days of presentations and all-new networking events provide everything you need to keep up with our rapidly evolving industry. And immersive, new experiences demonstrating advanced technologies and applications like Smart Automotive, Smart Manufacturing, Smart MedTech, and IoT make this year’s Expo like no other before.
Who Should Attend?
Business and technology leaders, researchers, and industry analysts from across the microelectronics supply chain, including:
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We will be attending this years expo and hope to see you there!
The International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo), which started 85 years ago as a heating and ventilation show, has grown into the HVACR event of the year and is held in major cities across the U.S. The 2017 Show will be in Las Vegas, hosting more than 2,000 exhibitors and attracting crowds of 60,000 industry professionals from every state in America and 150 countries worldwide. It provides a unique forum designed expressly for the HVACR community, allowing professionals to get together to share new products, technologies, and ideas. The AHR Expo is co-sponsored by ASHRAE and AHRI, and is held concurrently with ASHRAE's Winter Conference.
Monday, January 30, 10am 6pm
Tuesday, January 31, 10am 6pm
Wednesday, February 1, 10am 4pm
VISITOR REGISTRATION HOURS
Sunday, January 29, NOON 4pm
Monday, January 30, 8am 6pm
Tuesday, January 31, 9am 6pm
Wednesday, February 1, 9am 4pm
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Here is the Industry Trade Show List for Spring, 2016 - We hope to see you there!
April 13th & 14th: Design 2 Part Show Meadowlands Expo Ctr, Secaucus NJ
May 2nd - 5th: Offshore Technolocy Conference, NRG Park, Houston TX
May 11th - 12th: Design 2 Part Show Shaumburg Convention Ctr, Chicago IL
June 5th - 9th:ASMS: Conf. on Mass Spectrometry Henry B. GonzÃ¡lez Convention Center, San Antonio TX
June 15th & 16th: Design 2 Part Show Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, NC
Meaghan A. Merrill has joined our team as the new Production and Engineering Manager. She received a B.S. from Virginia Tech in 2014. At Virginia Tech she majored in Materials Science and Engineering with concentrations in both Polymer Science and Ceramic Engineering, minoring in Green Engineering. Meaghan spent a summer at Tianjin University, in Tianjin, China. There she visited numerous companies and learned about different manufacturing techniques and operations. Meaghan interned at a Fortune 500 company, where she worked on improving the material composition for their bonded-abrasives products. After graduation, Meaghan spent a year working as a Product Engineer for an aerospace engineering company before joining our team at ICE.
Meaghan spends her free time training for the Pan Mass Challenge. For the second time, Meaghan will partake in the two day,192 mile bike ride across Massachusetts. This August she will ride from Sturbridge, MA, to Provincetown. MA, raising money for cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
We have a high temperature application. We'd like to use ceramic components in our test chamber. Can your ceramics withstand about 1200°C continuous in a gas fired furnace?
Yes our high purity ceramics can certainly withstand this temperature without a problem. We would recommend ramping up relatively slowly to avoid thermal shock. Thermal shock will occur when the ceramic components increase or reduce temperature too quickly and might cause cracking. We suggest a ramp rate of approximately 100°C per hour. In regards to cooling, when it's time to reduce the temperature it's also wise to bring the temperature down slowly. We suggest reducing the temperature at a rate of 100°C per hour as well. This will also prevent thermal shock.
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