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October 17, 2018Leading technical society recognizes members for distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering with the 2018 Class of Fellows of ASM (FASM)
October 16, 2018Texas A&M University, College Station, announces that its researchers have developed high - temperature shape-memory alloys that may have the capability to operate in jet engines.
October 16, 2018Corrosion performance continues to be a key element of Nitinol device development; this presentation gives an overview of the subject.
October 15, 2018Norman Noble Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, announces that its new capability for3D printing of metal alloys enables manufacturing of next-gen medical devices and implants with internal features and custom surface structures.
October 15, 2018Euroflex, Germany, reports that it combines state-of-the-art tube manufacturing technologies with the advantages of HCF, a third generation Nitinol material.
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, 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, 2018Lucifer Furnaces, Warrington, Pa., has supplied a forced air recirculating oven to a manufacturer of medical and aerospace parts.
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.