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Lucideon launches new website

Posted 24 July 2023

Stoke-on-Trent headquartered Lucideon has launched a new website, showcasing its pioneering work in advanced ceramic solutions and its ambition to support a materially better world in the aerospace and defence sector.



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Offering an immersive experience for viewers, www.lucideon.com sets out the international technology company’s work across the sectors and goes behind the scenes to explore Lucideon’s position as a development and commercialisation organisation (DCO), with a service portfolio that includes the Perseverance mission to Mars.

With a focus on explaining how the business is making the world a materially better place, the website draws on a range of resources including the expertise and insight of its international staff.

Details of the company’s cutting-edge technologies, as well as an overview of its renowned problem-solving capabilities, are also included - all explained through a range of multimedia content.

Richard Goodhead, Lucideon’s Chief Marketing Officer, said: “We’ve put a strong focus on trying to inform in an engaging way, communicating the vast breadth of our capabilities in a way that is both easy to assimilate and navigate and also offers an enjoyable experience for viewers.

“We wanted to ensure the new website captures that and explains to our aerospace and defence clients how we can support them by bringing together innovation and commercial knowledge to deliver significant advantage to their business operations.

“The aerospace and defence industry is ever-changing and, as materials and process experts, we are ideally placed to develop lighter, safer, stronger, and smarter solutions, whether that is for aircraft, engines, or space applications.

“With materials expertise and extensive cross-industry experience we can provide the sector with materials and process development and optimisation, root cause investigation of failures, and Additive Manufacturing (AM) support.

“From our state-of-the-art laboratories, which are Nadcap-approved and ISO 17025-compliant, Lucideon can also provide characterisation of materials and coatings, high temperature and specialised mechanical testing, and validation testing of AM components, across all elements of the aerospace and defence industry.

“The rapid rise in the space sector over the past five years has also created an equally rapid rise in the need for advanced materials to withstand the harsh operating environments.

“This market pull, along with support from our existing client base, has led us to invest in an expansion of our mechanical testing and surface contamination capabilities, to include cryogenic environments and Molecular Organic Contamination (MOC) Testing equipment respectively.”

 

 

 

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