- June 10, 2021, 10:00 am CET (04:00 am EST)
- June 10, 2021, 04:00 pm CET (10:00 am EST)
The webinar will last approximately 45 minutes, including roughly 30 minutes of presentation, with questions being accepted and answered via chat. The presentation will be provided by Sebastian Frommelt, Product Manager Materials & Strategy at SGL Carbon, together with Jim McAllister, Product Solutions Manager for High Temperature Applications at SGL Carbon. Finally, there will be a live Q&A session with both Sebastian and Jim.
The focus will be on our SIGRABOND® carbon fiber-reinforced carbon and how it can be used as carriers or fixturing replacing alloy in your process.
- Manufacturing of SIGRABOND CFRC materials
- SIGRABOND material strengths
- SIGRABOND material – Things to keep in mind
- SIGRASIC® in oil / liquid quenching
- Advantages of SIGRABOND / SIGRASIC over alloy
- How do I get started?
- Real world examples
- Q&A session
The webinar will be held in English.
On the speaker's podium are SGL Carbon's experts for high-temperature applications:
Jim McAllister has been employed with SGL Carbon LLC, for six years. His position is a Product Solutions Manager for High Temperature Applications. Specializing in carbon fiber materials. For his most recent paper, Jim was recognized as an ASM Heat Treating Society Prime Contributor.
Jim is currently located at SGL Carbon’s St. Marys, Pennsylvania facility.
Sebastian Frommelt has been with SGL Carbon GmbH for 13 years. His position is Product Manager Materials & Strategy for the Fiber Materials product group (CFRC, Rigid Felt and Soft Felt) for all applications.
Sebastian is currently located at SGL Carbon GmbH in Meitingen, Germany.
- Carbon-fiber production
- Powder reduction for carbide production
- Sinter furnaces
- Hard solder furnaces
- Heat treatment with oil quenching
- Heat treatment (tempering, gas carburization, annealing)
- High-pressure sinter furnaces
- CVD/PVD furnaces
- Precision casting furnaces
- Hot isostatic pressing
- Mechanical hot pressing
- SiC crystal growing furnaces
- CZ furnaces for silicon and sapphire
- Furnaces for manufacturing optical glass fibers