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Here at ALLVAR, our unique products are often met with curiosity, disbelief, and extreme interest upon learning about our negative CTE alloys.
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Precision manufacturing and optical fabrication are two markets where ALLVAR’s negative thermal expansion alloys can undoubtedly help.
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Athermalization enabled for defense optics. ALLVAR Alloys benefit defense by enabling smaller, lighter systems with improved lead time and reduced scrap.
The top 5 advantages of net zero thermal expansion ALLVAR alloys. When athermal solutions for your telescope design are lacking, try ALLVAR Alloys.
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ALLVAR Awarded NASA SBIR Phase I Grant for Development of High Temperature Alloy New alloy could improve the lifetime and reliability of high-temperature sensors and