Dynisco is a worldwide leader providing pressure and temperature sensors and analytical instruments. Our pressure sensors provide accurate and repeatable measurements, are designed for high temperatures, and can withstand the most abrasive and corrosive environments in applications such as plastics extrusions, oil services, food and medical, injection, blow molding, and resin production. In addition, Dynisco polymer testing equipment provides highly accurate, cost-effective on-line and laboratory physical test solutions for plastics, rubber, and food applications.
Interview with Plastics News Daily Report
How Dynisco is Remolding the Plastics Industry
Dynisco Uses Windows 10 IoT Core to Speed Time-to-Market by 4X and Expand Global React
Dynisco Uses the Cloud to Help Recyclers Improve Their Consistency
Melt Indexer and Capillary Rheometer with iCloud Interface
Dynisco Testing Equipment Gains Cloud Connection
ASTM/ISO Method A Test Using the Dynisco LMI5500 Melt Flow Indexer
Dynisco PolyClean Fluidized Bath
Dynisco ViscoIndicator Webinar
How Dynisco is Remolding the Plastics Industry Podcast (Audio Only)
Simplified Rheology for the Masses: A Technical Discussion
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Dr. David Dung
We spoke with University of Bonn spin-off Midel Photonics, a start-up company whose laser beam shaping technology is hoping to sharpen up the laser industry.
Matthias Sachsenhauser, Ph.D.
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
AZoOptics speaks to Dr. Keith Paulsen about the importance of breast cancer detection and the introduction of his team's deep-learning algorithm that associates spatial images of tissue optical properties with optical signal patterns measured during an imaging experiment or patient exam.