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May 09, 2019The austempering temperature is the primary determinant of the final microstructure and therefore the hardness and strength of the austempered ductile iron product.
This is our annual Educational Symposium that is open to members, non-members, and students. This year’s symposium is titled, “Residual Stress Determination Techniques for Science and Engineering.”
May 07, 2019Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, has shipped five electrically heated standard draw batch series ovens with maximum operating temperatures of 1250°F to East Carolina Metal Treating in Raleigh, N.C., for stress relieving.
May 07, 2019Can-Eng Furnaces, Niagara Falls, Ontario, has been chosen to design and commission a high-capacity heat-treatment system for a Tier 1 global automotive manufacturing company.
May 07, 2019Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Ill., announces the transition of Andrew Yazot from International Sales Manager to Midwest Regional Sales Owner, where he will cover nine states in the Midwest.
May 07, 2019United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, announces that it will invest more than $1 billion to construct a new sustainable endless casting and rolling facility at its Edgar Thomson Plant in Braddock, Pa., and a cogeneration facility at its Clairton Plant in Clairton, Pa., both part of the company’s Mon Valley Works.
May 06, 2019Cummins Inc., Columbus, Indiana, is set to expand its additive manufacturing capabilities by implementing GE Additive’s high-precision Binder Jetting AM technology, initially focusing on low-volume parts as engineers investigate the best way to use AM in higher-volume manufacturing.
May 06, 2019Novelis Inc., Atlanta, reports that it has developed an aluminum-sheet battery enclosure for electric vehicles that is designed for all battery cell types.
May 06, 2019Lockheed Martin, Bethesda, Md., announces that its new F-16 tooling and equipment previously in Fort Worth, Texas, has since been installed in a newly-refurbished hangar in Greenville, South Carolina, where the company will begin manufacturing F-16 Block 70 aircraft later this year.
May 06, 2019The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, announces development of a new class of spray-on coatings based on low interfacial toughness that cause ice to easily shed from surfaces of cargo ships, airplanes, power lines, and other large structures.