The following technologies are available for licensing through the McMaster Industry Liaison Office (MILO):
- Electro-erosion Edge Honing of Cutting Tools: A method of applying a soft metal coating to tools to significantly improve resistance to wear and chipping
- Seismic Mitigation Using a Novel Elastomeric Isolator: A base isolation technology to mitigate the effects of earthquakes on low-rise buildings in high seismic regions
- A Novel Tool Surface Treatment for Wear and Chipping Improvements: Electro-erosion method to create a hone radius on the edges of cutting tools that is non-contact, precise and independent of metal hardness
- New Chemistry to Recycle Vulcanized Rubbers Back to Organic Polymers: A mild and efficient method to recover organic polymers originally used to make a tire which can then be reused to create new products.
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