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November 02, 2018Swedish steelmaker SSAB says it plans to invest about $110 million in its steel plant in Mobile, Ala., to increase capacity to make quenched-and-tempered (Q&T) steels and other products.
November 02, 2018Siemens, Munich, and Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp., Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., have opened their new joint venture, Advanced Airfoil Components (AAC), near Tampa, Florida.
November 02, 2018GE Aviation, Cincinnati, announces that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given ‘change in design’ approval to GE Additive and GE Aviation to replace a conventionally manufactured power door opening system (PDOS) bracket, used on GE Aviation’s GEnx-2B commercial airline engines, with an additively manufactured bracket.
November 01, 2018Carpenter Technology Corp., Philadelphia, has acquired LPW Technology Ltd. for its advanced metal powders and lifecycle management solutions for metal additive manufacturing.
October 28, 2018Tenaris, Luxembourg, announces that it has re-activated its steel line pipe and OCTG plant in Conroe, Texas, following a three year suspension of operations.
October 28, 2018Surface Combustion Inc., Maumee, Ohio, has recently updated its website, which provides details about its standard atmosphere and vacuum furnace designs.
October 27, 2018Lake City Heat Treating Corp., Warsaw, Ind., announces that it has purchased a newly designed modular hot isostatic press system from Quintus Technologies in Vasteras, Sweden, the third such press for Lake City.
October 27, 2018Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Ill., announces that in the third quarter the company shipped several Titan vacuum furnaces from the platform product line, several custom horizontal and vertical vacuum furnaces, and multiple atmosphere box furnaces, all designed to meet customer specifications.
October 26, 2018Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, announces strong third quarter furnace shipment results.