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March 20, 2019L&L Special Furnace Co., Aston, Pa., announces that it has shipped a dual-chamber heat treating furnace that will harden tool steels in its upper chamber while its bottom chamber is used for tempering, stress relief, and pre-heating.
March 20, 2019The Seco Warwick Group, Meadville, Pa., reports a record order portfolio of over $106 million after three quarters of 2018, with an operating profit for this period of $5.3 million, and net profit of $3.5 million.
March 20, 2019Quintas Technologies, Sweden, announces that Paulo Heat Treating, St. Louis, Mo., has acquired a Quintas hot isostatic press for its Cleveland Division.
March 18, 2019Fujifilm Electronic Materials U.S.A., a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Fujifilm Holdings Corp., recently began a $91 million investment project focused on the company's manufacturing and development facilities in Mesa, Arizona.
March 18, 2019Beginning in 2017, ASM International recognized the industry need for a technical program reminiscent of the historical ASM Materials Week Conference. Last year, ASM announced its first annual International Materials Applications & Technologies Conference & Exhibition (IMAT), to be held in Cleveland, OH, September 14-17, 2020. Today, ASM is proud to share key topics to be showcased during...
March 18, 2019When maximum ductility and good machinability are needed and high strength is not required, ductile iron castings generally are given a full ferritizing anneal.
March 12, 2019Lehigh University, Pa., announces that its researchers have developed plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposited titanium and vanadium nitrides that are said to be harder than commercial coatings “by orders of magnitude.”
March 11, 2019A European aerospace production team comprising Thales Alenia Space, Cranfield University, and Glenalmond Technologies announces the completion of the first full-scale prototype of an additively manufactured titanium pressure vessel to be used in future manned missions for space exploration.
March 11, 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.
March 11, 2019Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, announces that its scientists have developed a tungsten-based alloy that can withstand unprecedented amounts of radiation without damage.