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March 25, 2019When maximum ductility and good machinability are needed and high strength is not required, ductile iron castings generally are given a full ferritizing anneal.
March 24, 2019The U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, announces $36 million in awards for 18 projects as part of the High Intensity Thermal Exchange through Materials and Manufacturing Processes (HITEMMP).
March 24, 2019GE Aviation, Auburn, Alabama, announces that it has been recognized by Aviation Week with a Laureate Award in the Business Aviation category for the GE Catalyst program’s innovative work with additive manufacturing design and implementation.
March 24, 2019Nikon Metrology, England, has developed X-ray/CT (computed tomography) systems that inspect the complex inner structures of products and detect any defects within them, all without disassembling the product.
March 24, 2019Materials scientists from the Russian National University of Science and Technology (NUST MISIS) announce that they have developed a unique steel-vanadium-steel sandwich material that is able to withstand temperatures of up to 700°C, hard radiation exposure, mechanical stress, and chemical exposure for a long period of time.
March 22, 2019Eastern Applied Research, Buffalo, N.Y., recently named as an Authorized Distributor of Hitachi High-Tech Science Corp., now offers an XRF analyzer developed for ultrathin film measurements and micro-spot analysis needs: the Hitachi FT-150 series.
March 22, 2019Paragraf, a recent University of Cambridge spin-out company in England, has started producing graphene – a sheet of carbon just one atomic layer thick – at up to eight inches (20 cm) in diameter, large enough for commercial electronic devices.
March 22, 2019Rigaku, Japan, announces the newest addition to the NEX DE series, the Rigaku NEX DE VS direct excitation variable-spot EDXRF elemental analyzer, which is uniquely suited for small spot analysis applications.
March 22, 2019Bruker, Munich, has been awarded the IF (International Forum) Design Award for three different products: the FT-IR spectrometers Invenio and Alpha II, as well as the FT-NIR spectrometer MPA II in the categories “Industry” and “Medicine/Health” of the discipline “Product Design.”
March 22, 2019SEMI, Mil[pitas, Calif., the global industry association serving the electronics manufacturing supply chain, announces SEMI Works, a comprehensive program to attract, develop and retain the talent critical to the worldwide electronics industry’s continued innovation and growth.