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October 21, 2018Magellan Aerospace, Toronto, and Aeromet Intl. Ltd., U.K., announce that Magellan’s plant in Haley, Ontario, has joined a global network of foundries licensed to cast the advanced A20X aluminum alloy, said to be the world’s strongest aluminum casting alloy.
October 21, 2018Nucor Corp., Charlotte, N.C., announces that its Board of Directors has approved an investment of $650 million to expand the production capability of Nucor Steel Gallatin, the company's flat-rolled sheet steel mill located in Ghent, Ky.
October 12, 2018Solar Atmospheres, Souderton, Pa., announces that it has developed an improved process to clean heat exchanger fins that have become clogged with dirt and debris.
October 12, 2018Lucifer Furnaces, Warrington, Pa., has supplied a forced air recirculating oven to a manufacturer of medical and aerospace parts.
October 12, 2018Seco Vacuum, Meadville, Pa., announces that it is to supply a second vacuum furnace to the U.S.-based manufacturing operations of a global manufacturer.
October 12, 2018Constellium N.V., The Netherlands, introduces its new Alplan Beyond Precision aluminum product line, which consists of specialty rolled plates with up to 15 times better flatness compared to industry standards, up to 40 percent less material needs, and up to 90 percent reduction in part rework compared to a mill finish plate.
October 04, 2018Norsk Titanium, Norway, announces that it has been named the recipient of the International Titanium Association’s 2018 Titanium Application Development Award.
October 04, 2018The Association for Iron & Steel Technology, Warrendale, Pa., has disclosed the three finalists for the third annual T.C. Graham Prize, which was established in 2014 through an endowment from one of the steel industry’s most successful and innovative executives, Tom C. Graham Sr.
October 04, 2018The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, announces that associate professor of metallurgy Antoine Allanore has received a $1.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to run larger scale tests of a new way to produce copper using electricity to separate copper from melted sulfur-based minerals, which are the main...