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June 24, 2019Air Products, Lehigh Valley, Pa., introduces its new gas density sensor, which helps heat treaters achieve production efficiencies in a variety of furnaces for hydrogen concentration measurement in the hot zone and cooling zone for nitrogen-hydrogen atmospheres.
June 24, 2019Seco Vacuum Technologies, Meadville, Pa., announces that a global manufacturer of cutting tools has purchased an additional vacuum temper furnace for its North American manufacturing operations.
June 24, 2019Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Ill., recently embarked on an initiative to double the number of Regional Sales Engineers (RSEs) by year-end, with the objective of improving furnace performance and increasing service life.
June 21, 2019Safran, Oerlikon, Limoges University, and the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) announced at the Paris Air Show that they have agreed to form two organizations to develop advanced surface treatments for aerospace applications.
June 20, 2019SEMI, Milpitas, Calif., the global electronics industry association, announces that Audi AG, a leading German manufacturer of luxury vehicles, has become the first automotive OEM to join SEMI.
June 19, 2019Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Calif., in close collaboration with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and other institutions, has developed a large interactive stability map of the ternary nitrides, highlighting nitride compositions.
June 19, 2019Innovative Micro Technology Inc. (IMT), Santa Barbara, Calif., announces that it is now offering eight-inch (200 mm) wafer fabrication capabilities, thereby improving the economics of MEMS production by yielding roughly twice the number of devices per wafer.
June 19, 2019Norsk Titanium, Norway, announces the successful completion of the latest phase of Boeing’s rigorous Material Allowables Program, which characterizes the titanium alloys manufactured by the AM rapid plasma deposition process.
ASM International forms partnership with JobsOhio to enhance its Additive Manufacturing Training Program
June 18, 2019JobsOhio has partnered with ASM International in the form of a nonprofit contribution to enhance the additive manufacturing knowledge of Ohio-based companies. The decision to engage with ASM International comes after a discovery process that was championed by Team NEO. The contribution of $475,000 will be utilized specifically for ASM’s Additive Manufacturing Training Program to add...
June 17, 2019Carpenter Technology Corp., Philadelphia, and Belgium-based BMT Aerospace announce that they are cooperating in the development of an additively manufactured aerospace pinion made of Carpenter’s Custom 465 Stainless.