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May 06, 2017Oerlikon, Switzerland, announces that it has signed an agreement to acquire Scoperta Inc., San Diego, an innovative developer of advanced materials via computational software.
May 06, 2017Stratasys, Minneapolis, announces that its PolyJet 3D printing technology is helping to improve life-changing maxillofacial surgeries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, by 3D printing customized models for pre-surgical preparation, thus enabling a reduction of up to 93% in surgical planning time associated with standard anatomical models.
May 05, 2017Baker Furnace, Brea, Calif., announces the shipment of a gas-fired batch oven for pre-heating large aluminum ingots that will be forged into aerospace parts at an aluminum forging company.
May 05, 2017Lindberg/MPH, Riverside, Mich., announces the shipment of an aluminum central melting furnace that holds 62,000 pounds of aluminum and has a melt rate of 6000 pounds per hour.
May 05, 2017Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, Wis., has shipped two steam-heated batch ovens to a leading manufacturer of industrial products for curing a water-based adhesive applied to rolls of sandpaper.
May 01, 2017The Port of Rotterdam announces that its Rotterdam Additive Manufacturing Lab (RamLab) is working with Autodesk, San Rafael, Calif., to build a large ship propeller by combining 3D printing with traditional milling and grinding.
May 01, 2017Braidy Industries Inc., Ashland, Kentucky, announces that it will spend $1.3 billion to build an auto body sheet and aerospace plate aluminum rolling mill, the nation's first greenfield aluminum rolling mill in over three decades.
May 01, 2017NIST, Gaithersburg, Md., announces that its scientists have developed a noninvasive "spectral fingerprint" terahertz radiation technique that reveals the corrosion of concrete-encased steel before it can cause any significant degradation of the structure it supports.
April 27, 2017The microstructural feature responsible for the favorable technological properties resulting from low-temperature gaseous thermochemical treatment is a supersaturation of nitrogen and/or carbon in austenite. This is called expanded austenite.