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March 16, 2018Solar Atmospheres Inc., Souderton, Pa., recently installed a state-of-the-art Solar Manufacturing horizontal internal quench vacuum furnace that is 74 inches in diameter by 72 inches deep at its Clearview Road facility.
March 16, 2018Lindberg MPH, Riverside, Mich., announces that it recently shipped an electrically heated cyclone pit furnace to a steel heat treater for processing aircraft components.
March 16, 2018United Process Controls (UPC), Milwaukee, Wis., reports that it has delivered an Atmosphere Engineering EndoFlex endothermic gas generator to Brazilian fastener maker Jomarca.
March 16, 2018Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy., Wis., announces that, because of the opening of a new facility and record sales, it is hiring for a variety of positions in the skilled trades and engineering fields.
March 16, 2018Retech Systems LLC, Ukiah, Calif., part of the Seco Warwick Group, announces that its consumable electrode casting furnace has produced the largest ceramic shell titanium casting ever created from a single pour in Europe.
March 13, 2018In the late 1970s, the U.S. Air Force sponsored development work for improved submarine hull steels. From this work, AF 1410 evolved as an ultrahigh-strength steel with particularly high fracture toughness. AF 1410 is typically manufactured via vacuum induction melting (VIM) followed by vacuum arc remelting (VAR) to achieve the required low levels of impurities.
March 13, 2018William J. Lenling and Masahiro Fukumoto have been selected to become members of the 2018 Thermal Spray Hall of Fame by the ASM Thermal Spray Society Board of Directors.
March 12, 2018Constellium N.V., Amsterdam, announces the grand opening of its new automotive structures plant in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, to supply aluminum crash management systems and structural components to automakers in Mexico.
March 12, 2018Fudan University and the University of Science and Technology of China report that they have cured some forms of blindness by removing defective rods and cones in the retina of mice and replacing them with artificial rods and cones made of gold and titanium nanowires.
March 11, 2018Researchers at Oregon State University’s College of Engineering, Corvallis, have \developed a conductive paste capable of 3D printing electronic circuits by mixing nickel nanoparticles into a galinstan alloy that is liquid at room temperature.