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March 11, 2018Swansea University, Wales, announces that is has received $1.4 million funding for a five-year project to develop 3D X-ray imaging technology that could replace the current requirement for mechanical testing of critical parts.
March 05, 2018Oerlikon, Switzerland, and Boeing, Chicago, announce that they have signed a five-year collaboration agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based additive manufacturing.
March 05, 2018Höganäs AB, Sweden, reports that it has completed the take over of H.C. Starck’s Surface Technology & Ceramic Powders (STC) business.
March 05, 2018Solar Manufacturing, Souderton, Pa., reports that it has shipped two vacuum furnaces to an aviation engine repair services facility located in the western region of the United States.
March 05, 2018Harper International, Buffalo, N.Y., announces that it has been selected by prominent international firms for $90 million in major contracts to supply production-scale carbon fiber processing plants.
March 05, 2018Impression Technologies Ltd., England, has developed Hot Form Quench technology, a process in which stamping and heat treating are combined in a single operation to produce complex aluminum parts up to 20 percent lighter than corresponding cold-formed components.
March 05, 2018Bodycote, U.K., announces that the company has entered into a long-term agreement with Safran, U.K., to provide manufacturing services such as thermal spray coatings, electron beam welding, hot isostatic pressing (HIP), and heat treatment to Safran aerospace companies and their key strategic first-tier suppliers.
March 02, 2018Inductoheat, Madison Heights, Mich., reported in a presentation at Heat Treat 2017 that recently developed inverter technology provides instantaneous and calculated frequency control during induction heating.
March 01, 2018Nanovea, Irvine, Calif., introduces the Nanovea T2000, the world’s first dual-load-controlled Tribometer, providing vertical force oscillation at frequencies up to 150Hz.
February 28, 2018Anasys Instruments, Santa Barbara, Calif., released the Mirage IR Microscope, which attempts to improve the field of IR spectroscopy by solving two of the biggest problems facing the field of IR microscopy: achieving submicron spatial resolution and measurement of thick samples in reflection mode without the contact limitations of ATR, and without dispersive artifacts.