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Meet Sandvik at AUVSi Xponential in Denver, May 8-11.

Space Tech Expo, USA

Sandvik is exhibiting at the Space Tech Expo in Long Beach, CA, USA this May.

IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium

Sandvik is exhibiting at the International Microwave Symposium in San Diego, CA, USA this June.

SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing

Meet Sandvik at the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing exhibition in Orland, FL, USA.

Other Sandvik websites

You are visiting the website for Sandvik CE (controlled expansion) alloys. Below are links to our corporate website and websites for Sandvik and Sandvik Coromant branded products and services.

For what applications are the CE alloys currently being used?

Well-developed applications of CE alloys include: Hermetic packages Microwave and RF housing, carries and heat sinks Optical and opto-elecronic housings Carrier plates for laminate PCBs Guide bars for PCBs Carriers for gas sensors Heat sinks and heat spreaders Semiconductor processing equipment

What are typical delivery lead times for CE alloy products?

Prototype components machined and plated to customer geometries and specifications typically take 3–5 weeks to deliver. However, if the parts need feedthroughs inserted, longer timescales should be allowed for. Contact us with your requirements.

How easy is it to produce threaded holes in CE alloys?

It is possible to produce threaded holes down to 1.8 mm diameter (UNC 256), by thread milling or tapping. Contact us for further details. Read more about machining

Is it possible to insert feedthroughs into CE alloys, and if so, what types?

A variety of different types of feedthroughs can be inserted into CE alloy parts as per aluminium packages. Read more about soldering, brazing and feedthroughs

Can housings and packages of CE alloys be laser-welded?

Housings and packages in Osprey® CE17, CE13 and CE11 alloys can be readily laser-welded with CE alloy lids. For information on welding Osprey® CE7 and CE9, contact us for details. Read more about welding and lidding

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