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October 06, 2017NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala., announces that its engineers have tested the first 3D printed rocket engine igniter made of Inconel and a copper alloy.
October 06, 2017Sciaky Inc., Chicago, announces that it has received the President's "E" Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce for the export of its industry-leading electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) systems to countries around the world.
October 06, 2017America Makes, Youngstown, Ohio, and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Washington, have launched Phase 2 of the America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC) to update its standardization roadmap for additive manufacturing.
October 06, 2017More than 125 presentations of original, unpublished work will be delivered when the ASM Heat Treating Society convenes for its 29th conference and exhibition in Columbus, Ohio, October 24-26. The information exchanged in these sessions – as researchers and practitioners share their latest discoveries, theories, and advancements – will have a significant impact on design and manufacturing...
October 04, 2017GKN plc, Auburn Hills, Mich., has introduced 20MnCr5, a new case hardening steel powder optimized for metal additive manufacturing applications.
October 01, 2017The ASM Materials Education Foundation, Materials Park, Ohio, announces the winners of the 2017 ASM Materials Genome Toolkit competition: the undergraduate engineering departments at the University of Florida, the University of Pittsburgh, and Wright State University.
October 01, 2017NanoAl Superalloys, Skokie, Ill., announces that its engineers will present six papers about its high-strength aluminum alloys at MS&T 2017 in Pittsburgh in October, some in conjunction with engineers from universities and other companies.
October 01, 2017The Department of Energy, Washington, has announced nine projects that will receive approximately $4 million in cost-shared federal funding to improve the technical, environmental, and economic performance of new and existing technologies that extract, separate, and recover rare earth elements from domestic U.S. coal and coal byproducts.
October 01, 2017United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, and Kobe Steel Ltd., Japan, will begin construction of a new continuous galvanizing line at their subsidiaries' joint venture, Pro-Tec Coating Company in Leipsic, Ohio.
September 29, 2017Electrochemical measurements show that transpassivity (which is necessary for the onset of pitting) of expanded austenite occurs at appreciably higher applied voltages than for austenite with the same metallic composition but without nitrogen.