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    Hexcel is the producer of carbon fiber, weaver of reinforcement fabrics, producer of composite materials such as honeycomb, prepregs, film adhesives and sandwich panels and the manufacturer of...
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    The Company:  Sealant Equipment & Engineering was founded in 1967 by Carl Schultz. The company continues to be a pioneer in the development of precision Adhesive Dispense Systems and...
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    AMETEK PDS is part of AMETEK Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. AMETEK PDS is a trusted OEM supplier of components and systems for power...
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    Baugh & Weedon is a leading UK manufacturer of MPI Benches, Eddy Current Sorting Bridges, Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges and MT / UT / ET Accessories. Established in 1967, Baugh & Weedon has a...
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    Since 1923, Composition Materials Co, Inc. has been an industry leader in manufacturing and distributing abrasives, fillers and extenders. For over 30 years, they have been a trusted supplier of...
  • Article - 26 Jul 2005
    BAE Systems have built one of the most advanced aircarft structures. The 4.5m carbon fibre fuselage section has been made in a single piece eliminating the need for fasteners. Fibre placement was the...
  • Article - 18 Mar 2004
    Ti6Al5Zr0.5Mo0.25Si is a high temperature titanium alloy designed fopr use in aerospace and gas turbine applcations. Physical and mechanical properties are provided as are fabrication details.
  • Article - 14 Aug 2003
    Ti5Al2Sn4Mo2Zr4Cr is a near beta titanium alloy. It has properties that are superior to Ti6Al4V. Other designations, phyical and mechanical properties, fabrication details and applications are...
  • Article - 5 May 2003
    Physical and mechanical properties for this high strength titanium alloy. Fabrication and alternative designations for Ti10V2Fe3Al are also provided.
  • Article - 15 Jan 2003
    With global magnesium demand increasing, sourcing magnesium is becoming more important. A new process where it can be produced from power station fly ash has been devised. The technology, advantages,...