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  • Supplier Profile
    Pacesetter Steel Service, Inc., founded in 1977 by its current President and CEO Steve Leebow, is the country's leader in coated steel product distribution. Pacesetter has one of the most extensive...
  • Supplier Profile
    Ipsen, a top manufacturer of vacuum and atmosphere furnaces, is the leader in thermal processing technology. From vacuum furnace systems to their world-class Aftermarket Support Team – Ipsen...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2001
    Techniques such as sheet moulding, pultrusion, filament winding, prepreg moulding and resin transfer moulding can be used to produce thermoset composites. These processes can be applied to a wide...
  • Article - 27 Apr 2004
    Kobe Steel have added Mitsubishi to their list of customers who are using aluminium side impact door beams. The advantages and importance of aluminium over steel beams is also covered. Posted April 26...
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    A video clip displaying the world's largest scanning electron microscope from Visitec suited for imaging large objects ranging from metal alloys in car doors to large composite materials.
  • Article - 1 Jul 2003
    Refractory linings in basic oxygen steel making furnaces can benefit from stainless steel fibre reinformcement. The addition of these fibres can bring economic gains. Areas that can benefit include...
  • News - 4 Apr 2011
    Magnesium instead of steel - this could be an option for lightweight car body parts. A car door made of magnesium is roughly 50 percent lighter. This is one of the exhibits drawn from along the...
  • Article - 15 Aug 2006
    The never ending life cycle of aluminium is described, from mining of bauxite to alumina production and then onto aluminium smelting, to the manufacture of aluminium products both semi-finished and...
  • Article - 2 Aug 2002
    Aluminium extrusions make up over half the consumption of aluminium products in Europe. The manufacturing process is explained, while alloy suitability and design aspects are also covered.
  • Article - 20 Apr 2001
    Important types of elastomers such as natural and various synthetic rubbers (eg butadiene and acrylo nitrile butadiene) are described in this article.