Posted on 12 June, 2024

Sheet metal design in Creo Parametric is a specialized module within the Creo suite that focuses on the design and development of sheet metal components. This module is particularly useful for engineers and designers involved in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and consumer products, where sheet metal parts are commonly used. Here’s an overview of […]

Posted on 10 June, 2024

The International Tin Supply Chain Initiative, or ITSCI, is a program created by the International Tin Association (ITA) in 2009 to ensure that natural resources are mined legally and according to Government standards. This program also addresses the concerns of responsible mining of 3T or Tin, Tantalum, and Tungsten in the conflicted zone. Hence, this […]

Posted on 8 June, 2024

Chromium (VI), hexavalent Chromium, is hazardous and commonly used in various commercial products, including electroplating, stainless steel manufacturing, dyes, and paints. However, its adverse effects on humans and the environment have led to strict policies and restrictions. This blog explores the need to increase the Chromium (VI) regulations to cover more excellent substances for human […]

Posted on 30 May, 2024

The automobile industry is one of the largest industries globally with many challenging operations. This industry is constantly searching for innovative ideas and techniques due to growing environmental concerns. Hence, the industry has adopted the to ensure its manufacturing strategies, materials, and products meet environmental policies and are sustainableInternational Material Data System. The International Material […]

Posted on 24 April, 2024

The Committees for Risk Assessment (RAC) and Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAC) play an important role in the European Union to adhere to the regulations in the usage of chemicals.These committees major purpose is to assess the comments received by the companies and industrial sectors and authorize them to prevent chemical usage affecting the environment and human […]

Posted on 22 April, 2024

Ceramic materials utilized in the design and development of electronic systems are ubiquitous. Ceramics have been an integral part of human civilization for millennia, with applications ranging from pottery to aerospace engineering. In the realm of electronics, ceramics play a crucial role due to their unique combination of electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties.  Hence, ceramics […]

Posted on 10 April, 2024

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are a global concern due to their ability to travel long distances through air and water currents, impacting ecosystems and human health worldwide. Number of international accords and regulatory structures has been put in place to address this problem, limiting and reducing POP production, use, and release. By encouraging the phase-out […]

Posted on 8 April, 2024

It is well known that persistent organic pollutants, or POPs, pose serious risks to both the environment and human health. However, new POPs are constantly appearing as industrial processes and science progress, creating new hurdles for environmental protection efforts. It is essential to comprehend these newly discovered POPs and deal with the problems they present […]

Posted on 5 April, 2024

The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, or Proposition 65, is a California law that tries to protect the state’s drinking water sources from contamination by substances known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, as well as to educate the public about exposure to these substances. It mandates that […]

Posted on 1 April, 2024

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) represent a class of toxic chemicals that pose significant risks to human health and the environment. These compounds, characterized by their resistance to degradation, can persist in the environment for long periods, bioaccumulate in living organisms, and biomagnify through the food chain. Understanding the health effects of POPs is crucial for […]