Kellogg's Research Labs, Standard Temp 115°F (45°C), 0.020" (0.5mm) Shape Memory Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg's Research Labs, Standard Temp 115°F (45°C), 0.020"

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone's coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. They're great for birthday parties to see your child's amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone 'accidentally' spills coffee on it. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00E4TDXG6
  • UPC: 608938664013

Kellogg's Research Labs, Standard Temp 115°F (45°C), 0.040" (1.0mm) Shape Memory Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg's Research Labs, Standard Temp 115°F (45°C), 0.040"

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone's coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. They're great for birthday parties to see your child's amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone 'accidentally' spills coffee on it. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00E4TE3XI
  • UPC: 608938664051

Kellogg's Research Labs, Body Temp 95°F (35°C), 0.040" (1.0mm) Shape Memory Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg's Research Labs, Body Temp 95°F (35°C), 0.040"

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone's coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. They're great for birthday parties to see your child's amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone 'accidentally' spills coffee on it. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00E4TE2PM
  • UPC: 608938664044

Kellogg's Research Labs, Body Temp 95°F (35°C), 0.020" (0.5mm) Shape Memory Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg's Research Labs, Body Temp 95°F (35°C), 0.020"

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone's coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. They're great for birthday parties to see your child's amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone 'accidentally' spills coffee on it. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00E4TDVWM
  • UPC: 608938664020

KRL Cut to Length Nitinol Spring STD Temp 115°F (45°C) 0.040" (1.0mm)

KRL Cut to Length Nitinol Spring STD Temp

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. Uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00EECXBT2

Nitinol Sample Pack - 7 Varieties 0.5 - 1 - 2mm, 15 - 40 - 60 - 80ºC Transition Phase Shape Memory Alloy

Nitinol Sample Pack - 7 Varieties 0.5 -

Low-temperature activation, medium heat activation, and high heat activation wires in different diameters. Contents: 1 foot each of 0.5mm 70C, 1mm 80C, 1mm 40C, 1mm 15C, and 2mm 80C nitinol wire and 6" samples of 2mm 40C and 2mm 60C. This will give you a wide selection to experiment with to pick out what works best for your project as each wire exhibits different properties. Yes - it comes pre-trained STRAIGHT from the factory which is how you want it. You can re-train it if you want to take on a new shape. The wire has a lustrous titanium color (dark grey) with a bluish oxide tint on its surface. When freshly cut, the inner core is nickel white. Nitinol is very abrasion resistant and has self-healing properties, so the wire is quite hard to cut and kink. It feels very smooth and shiny to the touch. It does not require any special handling or protections from oxidation or moisture, and is non-toxic. Do not over heat it, as that will damage the property. If you are using electricity instead of hot water to activate it, be sure to use a current limiting circuit.

  • ASIN: B01HP68I3M
  • UPC: 647732872262

Flat Ribbon Wire 0.1x0.3, Nichrome 80 Resistance Wire - 200ft

Flat Ribbon Wire 0.1x0.3, Nichrome 80 Resistance Wire

  • Brand: FogsLord
  • ASIN: B07F7QKVVX
  • UPC: 742271454167

5 Feet of Nitinol Memory Wire, with Teacher's Guide

5 Feet of Nitinol Memory Wire, with Teacher's

In our experience the 0.5mm diameter nitinol offers the best in terms of ease of manipulation The properties of Nitinol (pronounced "night-in-all") were discovered by William J. Buehler and Frederick Wang at the Naval Ordinance Laboratory in 1959. Its name is derived from its composition of nickel and titanium, as well as its place of discover at the Naval Ordinance Laboratory. At the time, Beuhler was trying to create a better nose cone for missiles, and during a presentation the folded up piece of nitinol came into contact with a lighter. Much to the surprise of everyone in attendance, the material retook its previous shape. The nitinol alloy exhibits two unique, related properties: shape memory, and superelasticity. With its shape memory, nitinol is capable of undergoing deformation at one temperature, and when exposed to a heat supply above its transformation temperature, it will recover is original, undeformed shape. Its superelasticity occurs in a narrow temperature range just above the transformation temperature, wherein it exhibits enormous elastic capacity, in the range of 10-30x that of ordinary metal. It is an excellent demonstration and teaching tool for both physics and chemistry classes, as it can be used as an educational aid for shape memory, superelasticity, a...

  • Brand: OnlineScienceMall
  • ASIN: B07CB4KK7W

5 pack of Kellogg's Research Labs Nitinol Micro Spring STD Temp 115°F (45°C) 0.020" (0.5mm) wire, 0.045" (2.4mm) mandrel, 0.5 mm pitch

5 pack of Kellogg's Research Labs Nitinol Micro

Nitinol, also known as Ni-Ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. and then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless. Uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity. Nitinol springs are shipped as a continuous length to maximize the usability of the spring by allowing the end user to cut the springs to their ideal size--saving both time and money.

  • Brand: Kellogg's Research Labs
  • ASIN: B00L2CJWZE

Nitinol Memory Wire 12" Length x .03" Diameter

Nitinol Memory Wire 12" Length x .03"

Nitinol Memeory Wire is a Shaped Memory Effect (SME). The alloy can be made to remember a particular shape. Once a shape has been remembered, the alloy may be bent out of shape. Then returned to its original shape by heating the alloy about it transition temperature. This SME property is used in a toy called Memory Wire. You can bend the Memory Wire toy into any shape you want, then place it in hot water and the wire quickly whips itself back into shape. It is interesting to watch this wire almost magically unfold and uncoil itself back into its original shape. The Memory Wire toy is made of nitinol wire with a low transition temperature (the temperature of hot water). The force generated when the wire is reverting is surprisingly strong. One square inch of Nitinol material generates a shape returning force of + 30,000 PSI.

  • Brand: Images SI
  • ASIN: B00QAZ031K
  • UPC: 852665447740
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Nitinol Wire/Shape Memory Alloy - How to Use it

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Nitinol wire, how to program this shape memory wire and test it. I use a candle flame for programming it and both a candle flame and electrical current for testing the nitinol. I also make a spring out of the nitinol wire and measure the force produced while it takes on its programmed shape. Sup...

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Training NiTinol Shape Memory Alloy

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I make a "cody'slab" intro and a spring out of a fantastic material that can be taught to remember its shape. EngineerGuy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI-qAxKJoSU Help me make videos by donating here: https://www.patreon.com/CodysLab Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/codydonre...

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