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June 05, 2018United Process Controls, Waukee, Wis., reports that medical implants manufacturer Orchid Orthopedics, Memphis, Tenn., has modernized three Ipsen VFS vacuum furnaces with process control upgrades from United Process Controls (UPC).
June 05, 2018Buehler, Lake Bluff, Ill., announces that the Buehler Wilson Reference Block Laboratory in Binghamton, N.Y., has achieved accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025 by A2LA (American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) for Rockwell, Knoop, Vickers, and Brinell hardness test blocks and indenters.
May 31, 2018Washington State University, Pullman, announces that its engineers have developed a technology that may help manufacturers reduce the number of production steps with a single machine that could 3D print complex structures with multiple parts in one operation.
May 31, 2018Thermo Scientific, Hillsboro, Ore., introduces its Prisma E scanning electron microscope, which combines a wide array of imaging and analytical modalities with advanced automation for industrial R&D, quality control, and failure analysis.
May 31, 2018H.C. Starck, Newton, Mass., announces that its Fabricated Products Division has successfully launched its niobium C-103 alloy for rocket, satellite, and jet propulsion applications.
A Metallographic Review of 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing of Metal and Alloy Products and Components
May 30, 2018The article describes metallurgical phenomena in 3D printing/additive manufacturing of metal and alloy products and components.
May 30, 2018Silverchair Information Systems, Charlottesville, Va., announces a partnership with ASM International, Cleveland, to develop a unified hosting solution for ASM’s authoritative materials information resources.
May 28, 2018Alloying elements alter the Ms temperature significantly, but do not alter the characteristic that transformation is largely independent of cooling rate. In maraging steels, fully martensitic structures are formed even during very slow cooling of heavy sections from the solution-annealing temperature.