- Heavy on metal. Carlton, Rachel // Display & Design Ideas;Nov2003, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p73
The article reports that retail interior design favors the shiny metals and glossy finishes that oftentimes add flair to white backdrops. The National Association of Store Fixture Manufacturer's (NASFM) identified "shiny chrome and toned metals" as one of today's current trends in fixturing....
- DECORATIVE CHROME OBJECTS SHINE FOR HOLIDAYS. Gilbert, Anne // Antique Shoppe Newspaper;Jun2012, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p12
The article offers tips for collecting decorative chrome objects, including familiarization of the names of top designers, the pieces they design and how good is the design.
- Questions & Answers. Hembree, Mark // FineScale Modeler;May2010, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p54
The article presents questions and answers related to scale models including what is the best way to join the ends of vinyl track runs, the best way to prepare chrome-plated pieces to ensure paint adhesion, and how do modelers prebuild sections of models.
- The unknown pioneer. Lai, Garrett // Bicycling;Apr98, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p30
Reports that Craig Mitchell, who built the first chrome-only mountain bike frame in the United States has committed suicide. Other contributions to mountain biking history; Gary Fisher's view on Mitchell.
- Sintering Characteristics of Indian Chrome Ore Fines. Nandy, Bikash; Chaudhury, Manoj; Paul, Jagannath; Bhattacharjee, D. // Metallurgical & Materials Transactions. Part B;Oct2009, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p662
Chrome ore concentrate consists of high-temperature melting oxides such as Cr2O3, MgO, and Al2O3. The presence of these refractory constituents makes the ore a very high melting mineral. Hence, it is difficult to produce sinter from chrome ore by a pyrometallurgical route. Currently, chrome ore...
- Chromeless phase-shift masks used for sub-100nm SOI CMOS transistors. Fritze, Michael; Astolfi, David K.; Yost, Donna-Ruth W.; Wyatt, Peter W.; Liu, Hua-Yu // Solid State Technology;Jul2000, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p116
Features a study which applied chromeless phase-shift masks to sub-100 nanometer-gate-length fully depleted silicon on insulator complementary metal oxide semiconductor transistor fabrication. Experimentation for chromeless phase-shift mask application; Imaging and pattern transfer of dense...
- An in-process strategy for defect-free CPL masks. Morikawa, Yasutaka // Solid State Technology;Dec2005, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p42
The article presents information on an in-process strategy for Chromeless phase lithography (CPL) technology. CPL technology employs paired phase-edges to produce darkness along with a combination of high numerical-aperture projection and off-axis illumination, which improves printed image...
- Thermal spray coatings replace hard chrome. Schroeder, Michael; Unger, Robert // Advanced Materials & Processes;Aug97, Vol. 152 Issue 2, p19
Provides information on thermal spray coatings that offers the same characteristics as hard chrome plating. Benefits and limitations of hard chrome plating; How to select the right method which can be used as an alternative to hard chrome plating; Series of tests on the performance of thermal...
- Tradition touches new entries. Slott, Mira // Home Textiles Today;03/31/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 30, p8
Focuses on trends in the bedding industry in the United States. Marked trend from very traditional to very contemporary; Slow demise of traditional florals; Emergence of retro modern 1950s and 1960s looks; Companies' integration of high-tech textures and weaves.