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November 26, 2017Materion Corp., Mayfield Heights, Ohio, announces that the Society of Automotive Engineers - Aerospace Material specification Nonferrous Alloys Committee (SAE-AMS) has approved specification of AMS4368 for Materion's SupremEX 640XA aluminum composite.
November 26, 2017Ipsen, Cherry Valley, Ill., was recently awarded U.S. Patent No. 9,719,149 B2 for the development of a new load transport mechanism that can move a load within a multi-station heat-treating system.
November 26, 2017Electromagnetic induction has provided reliable, predictable, and cost-effective heat treatment results for decades.
November 26, 2017Solar Atmospheres, Hermitage, Pa., has successfully processed the first FAA-Certified structural additively manufactured Ti-6Al-4V parts.
November 26, 2017Arconic Inc., New York, plans to invest $137 million to install a new horizontal heat treat furnace at its Davenport Works facility in Iowa to heat treat longer and thicker plate than ever before.
November 20, 2017For a metal additive manufactured part to achieve final geometric dimensions with required precision, the desired surface finish, and obtain specified material properties, an entire value chain of processes must be used that includes conventional materials manufacturing processes.
November 19, 2017Monash University, Australia, announces that its researchers have developed a cold-rolling technology in which unalloyed magnesium “becomes super-formable at room temperature.”
November 19, 2017Shimadzu Corp., Japan, introduces the HITS-TX high-speed impact testing machine, which can carry out tensile tests of plastics and resin-based composite materials at a maximum speed of 20 m/s (65 ft/sec) and maximum testing force of 10 kN (2248 pounds).
November 19, 2017Carpenter Technology Corp., Philadelphia, announces that its Carpenter Powder Products business has recently released new data from testing of its CarTech Puris 5+ titanium powder, showing that it exceeds the standard Ti 6Al-4V Grade 5 strength levels by nearly 18%.
November 19, 2017Novelis, Atlanta, announces that its Advanz 6HF - e/s200 heat-treatable aluminum alloy provides automakers greater design flexibility due to its superior formability, strength, and weight savings for automotive outer and inner applications.