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January 13, 2019Lumenous Device Technologies, Santa Clara, Calif., is a contract manufacturer and design house for minimally invasive medical device technology, providing research, development, and design expertise.
January 10, 2019The figure shows an isothermal transformation (IT) diagram for a ductile cast iron, together with a processing sequence depicting the production of ADI.
January 09, 2019NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, announces that the new ALBus CubeSat, launched in December, will test high-power (100 watt) electric systems and unique shape-memory alloy components for the first time.
January 08, 2019Contour Hardening, Indianapolis, announces the purchase of a gas nitride unit that will help Contour expand its offerings in the automotive sector and expand more deeply into the aerospace market.
January 08, 2019Lindberg MPH, Riverside, Mich., reports that in 2018 the company shipped a total of 130 units to companies in industries such as automotive, aerospace, foundry, electronics, R&D, oil & gas, and technology.
January 08, 2019Wisconsin Oven, East Troy, reports that 2018 was another strong year of growth, as the company shipped 224 pieces of equipment to customers in industries such as composites, aerospace, technology, and automotive.
January 08, 2019ITW Test and Measurement Group President Yahya Gharagozlou has named ASM member Julien Noel Vice President/General Manager of its Buehler worldwide division.
January 08, 2019Solar Manufacturing Inc., Souderton, Pa., announces that it has completed the installation and startup of a large 100-ton-force vacuum hot press that is capable of treating a 4000-pound part for Refrac Systems’ commercial and aerospace diffusion-bonding operation in Chandler, Arizona.
January 08, 2019Researchers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, N.J., and members of the Critical Materials Institute in Ames, Iowa, announce that they have found a possible new source of rare earth elements in phosphate rock waste, and have developed an environmentally friendly way to extract the elements.
January 03, 2019AK Steel Corp., West Chester, Ohio, accepted an award of up to $1.2 million last October from the U.S. Department of Energy under the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office program to investigate novel low-density steels that could ultimately be used in automotive structural applications.