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November 01, 2017Nearly 20 materials data experts gathered during MS&T17 in Pittsburgh for the first plenary session of the CEN Workshop on Mechanical Test Data (METEDA).
October 31, 2017Traditionally, carburization is carried out at high temperature to maximize the solubility and the rate of interstitial solute diffusion.
October 31, 2017Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, reports that is has shipped a natural-gas-fired indexing conveyor oven to an automotive parts manufacturer in Canada to preheat aluminum billets prior to forging into automotive suspension components under high pressure.
October 30, 2017Oerlikon, Switzerland, announces that it has acquired Primateria AB in Sweden, and signed an agreement to acquire the assets of DiaPac LLC and Diamond Recovery Services Inc (DRS) in the United States.
October 30, 2017Frost & Sullivan, Santa Clara, Calif., announces that Norsk Titanium, Norway, has won the 2017 Europe Technology Innovation Award for its novel Rapid Plasma Deposition additive manufacturing technology.
October 30, 2017The U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, has selected four projects to move on to a second phase of research in its effort to advance recovery of rare earth elements from coal and coal byproducts.
October 30, 2017Stryker Corp., Allendale, N.J., announces that its 3D-printed Tritanium C anterior cervical cage is the latest spinal fusion implant constructed of its proprietary Tritanium In-Growth Technology, a novel, highly porous titanium material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation.
October 30, 2017GKN Driveline Florence, Italy, reports a 70% reduction in production time of certain tools, because the company uses customized 3D printing to build replacement parts for machinery as needed, eliminating costly downtime of the production line and ensuring business continuity.
October 27, 2017Sandvik Materials Technology, Sweden, has signed a contract for the supply of stainless steel tubing required for 155 miles of umbilicals linking a subsea development to an existing offshore platform.