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HI TEMP 2014 Conference to be Held in Santa Fe, New Mexico

HI TEMP 2014 Conference to be Held in Santa Fe, New Mexico

After the great success at HI TEMP 2011 in Boston and HI TEMP 2012 in Munich, we at NETZSCH are proud to welcome you to Santa Fe to attend the third HI TEMP 2014 Conference, which will take place from September 17 to September 19, 2014. Again a great placefor a great conference: Santa Fe, NM is the oldest capital city in the U.S. and the third largest art market in the country. The city of 70,000 sits at 7,200Œ above sea level and has 250 art galleries and 250 restaurants. [More]
Mattson Ships to DRAM, 3D NAND and Wafer Level Packaging Fabs

Mattson Ships to DRAM, 3D NAND and Wafer Level Packaging Fabs

Mattson Technology, Inc., a leading supplier of advanced process equipment used to manufacture semiconductors, has expanded its etch market position with shipments to DRAM, 3D NAND and wafer level packaging fabs in the first quarter of 2014. These shipments are the result of new etch applications released for production on Mattson's paradigmE line of etch systems. [More]
KWG Proposes to Acquire Chromium Intellectual Property

KWG Proposes to Acquire Chromium Intellectual Property

KWG Resources Inc. ("KWG") today announces that it has entered into an agreement to acquire fifty-percent of the ownership rights in two United States provisional patent applications (which include a fifty-percent interest in any of the vendor's associated intellectual property) (the "Chromium IP") relating to the production of chromium iron alloys directly from chromite ore, and the production of low carbon chromium iron alloys directly from chromite concentrates (the "Chromium IP Transaction"). [More]
Kobe Steel Commences Operation of New Hot-Metal Treatment Plant at Kakogawa Works

Kobe Steel Commences Operation of New Hot-Metal Treatment Plant at Kakogawa Works

Kobe Steel, Ltd.’s new hot-metal treatment plant has gone into operation in April at its Kakogawa Works in western Japan. The company previously announced that it would construct the facility to improve the production system at Kakogawa to expand sales of high-end “Only One” steel products and increase its cost competitiveness. [More]
Researchers Design Composite Material Stronger Airplanes Inspired by Shrimp

Researchers Design Composite Material Stronger Airplanes Inspired by Shrimp

Inspired by the fist-like club of a mantis shrimp, a team of researchers led by University of California, Riverside, in collaboration with University of Southern California and Purdue University, have developed a design structure for composite materials that is more impact resistant and tougher than the standard used in airplanes. [More]
New Report on Plastic Processing Machinery Markets in China

New Report on Plastic Processing Machinery Markets in China

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Plastic Processing Machinery Markets in China" report to their offering. [More]
GE’s First Micro-Factory to be Located in Louisville

GE’s First Micro-Factory to be Located in Louisville

GE announced its first micro-factory, FirstBuild™, will be in Louisville, Ky., GE Appliances’ headquarters. This follows the March 13, 2014, announcement that GE is partnering with Local Motors, the open-source hardware innovator, to create a new model for the manufacturing industry. [More]
Aluminium Norf Places Order for Siemens Automation and Drives Systems

Aluminium Norf Places Order for Siemens Automation and Drives Systems

Siemens Metals Technologies has won an order from German company Aluminium Norf Gmbh (Alunorf) to supply automation and drives systems to expand and modernize hot rolling mill no. 1 in its Neuss Plant. [More]
IMAPS New England: Indium to Present on Solder Pastes and 3D Packaging

IMAPS New England: Indium to Present on Solder Pastes and 3D Packaging

Indium Corporation technology experts will serve as session chair and give a poster presentation at IMAPS New England May 6 in Boxborough, Mass. [More]
Fritsch's Premium Line Jaw Crusher for Processing Hard Materials

Fritsch's Premium Line Jaw Crusher for Processing Hard Materials

The premium version with very high throughput - extra powerful, extremely robust, and easy to clean. The most powerful FRITSCH Jaw Crusher ever: up to 3 kW drive power ensure an exceptionally high throughput durin... [More]