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February 14, 2019Arconic Inc., New York, announces an investment of approximately $100 million to expand its hot-mill capability and add downstream equipment capabilities to manufacture industrial and automotive aluminum products in its Tennessee Operations facility near Knoxville.
February 14, 2019United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, announces plans to restart the No. 1 Electric-Weld Pipe Mill at Lone Star Tubular Operations in Lone Star, Texas, and also to restart construction on a technologically advanced electric arc furnace steelmaking facility at its Tubular Operations in Fairfield, Ala.
February 14, 2019Xerox, Norwalk, Conn., announces that it has acquired metal additive manufacturing company Vader Systems, which will enable it to offer its customers access to low-cost metal additive manufacturing with a greater variety of metals.
February 06, 2019Normalizing (air cooling following austenitizing) can result in a considerable improvement in tensile strength and may be used in the production of ductile iron of ASTM grade 100-70-03, which is shown in the figure.
February 06, 2019Ipsen International Holding GmbH, Kleve, Germany, announces that effective February 1, Ipsen Group CEO Thorsten Krüger has moved to the Advisory Board of the company, and has handed over global operational responsibilities to Mr. Geoffrey Somary, who is now CEO of Ipsen Group worldwide.
February 05, 2019Lindberg MPH, Riverside, Mich., reports that its Treet-All light industrial box furnace is suited for multiple applications, including annealing, ashing, austempering, brazing, preheating, and solution treating.
February 05, 2019Bodycote, U.K., the world’s largest provider of heat treatment and specialist thermal processing services, announces plans to open a new heat treating facility by late 2019 in Elgin, Illinois.
February 05, 2019Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd., Niagara Falls, Ontario, recently commissioned a state-of-the-art continuous mesh belt heat treat system for the production of high quality automotive fasteners in the Piedmont Region of Italy.
February 05, 2019Seco Warwick, Meadville, Pa., announces that is has provided a vacuum heat treatment and brazing system equipped with high-pressure gas quench to Grupo TTT for its facility in Bergara, Spain.
February 05, 2019Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd., Niagara Falls, Ontario, recently commissioned a state-of-the-art continuous mesh belt heat treat system for the production of high-quality automotive fasteners in the Piedmont Region of Italy.