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November 11, 2018Seco Warwick, Meadville, Pa., announces that its engineers have developed a precision vacuum furnace system to meet a Japanese customer’s expectations and standards for quality production of precision tool steel components.
November 11, 2018Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, secured multiple vacuum furnace orders last month, ending with a total of 16 new orders, including nine Titan vacuum furnaces, a record month in the 10-year production of the global platform product.
November 11, 2018Gasbarre Furnace Group/J. L. Becker, Plymouth, Mich., recently shipped a large-capacity gas-fired temper furnace to a major specialty alloy manufacturing company located in the Northeastern portion of the United States.
November 11, 2018The critical temperatures at which austenite changes to ferrite or pearlite, and vice versa, for iron differ from those for carbon steel, because silicon raises the transformation temperature range.
November 09, 2018Tescan USA, Warrendale, Pa., introduces the S9000X, its latest flagship Xe plasma FIB-SEM, which provides precise, damage-free large area cross-sectioning coupled with a high throughput rate, up to 50 times faster than conventional gallium FIBs.
November 09, 2018Buehler, Lake Bluff, Ill., and Instron, Norwood, Mass., demonstrated their latest innovations, accessories, and consumables for materials testing in the electronics industry at ISTFA 2018.
November 09, 2018Oxford Instruments, England, announces that Tata Steel, India, recently upgraded its EBSD facility at its Advanced Material Characterization Laboratory by replacing the existing Oxford Instruments Nordlys detector and Aztec HKL EBSD, with the latest CMOS sensor-based Symmetry EBSD detector system.
November 09, 2018H.C. Starck Analytical Services, Germany, announces that it will become an independent company with the name ChemiLytics GmbH & Co. KG, yet will remain part of the H.C. Starck Group and will serve both internal and external customers.
November 03, 2018GKN Powder Metallurgy, Cinnaminson, N.J., announces a strategic collaboration with HP Inc. in which GKN will be the first to deploy the just-launched HP Metal Jet, based on binder jetting technology, into its factories to produce functional metal parts for auto and industrial leaders, including Volkswagen and Wilo, and for companies around the world.