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April 20, 2017Liquidmetal Technologies Inc., Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., has received two hot-crucible amorphous metal molding machines from the company's licensing partner, Eontec Ltd., a Chinese die casting company.
April 20, 2017Norsk Titanium AS, Oslo, announces that it has received a production purchase order for 3D printed structural titanium components from Boeing that are being produced by Norsk's proprietary rapid plasma deposition (RPD) process.
April 18, 2017The graph shows a schematic time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagram of austenite with a high nitrogen or carbon content. In order to prevent the development of chromium nitrides/carbides, a long-time low-temperature treatment could be applied.
April 12, 2017Wisconsin Oven, East Troy, announces that the company has closed on a property purchase from Plymouth Tube.
April 12, 2017Arconic, New York, announces that the installation of the Very Thick Plate Stretcher has been completed at the company's facility in Davenport, Iowa.
April 12, 2017AFC-Holcroft, Wixom, Mich., announces that a leading global supplier of automotive systems and components has purchased a new roller hearth annealing furnace to be installed in a plant in the Southeast region of the United States.
April 12, 2017The program for our event was really outstanding, and we are very fortunate to have had so many wonderful contributions. We heard from a range of experts discussing past, present, and future methods of characterization of thermal spray materials, coatings, and processes.
April 12, 2017Solar Atmospheres, Souderton, Pa., announces that it hosted a visit from the management team of ASM International on Wednesday, March 22.
April 10, 2017The most common source of coating porosity is trapped, unmelted, or resolidified particles. Depending on the particle temperatures, the arriving droplets may cover the full range of liquid to solid states.
April 07, 2017The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, announces that it recently received $3 million in funding to develop two process technologies for production of low-cost titanium powders, from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) of the U.S. Department of Energy and its industrial partners.