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    Atlantic Metals & Alloys, LLC has been in business since 1983, supplying metals, chemicals and compounds to the Aluminum Industry, to the Chemical Industry, to the Dental Industry, to the...
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    Ramsell-Naber was founded in 1975 as the UK partner of the German firm – Naber Industrieofenbau and specializes in furnaces and kilns for material processing, and machines for the metal working and...
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    U.S. Casting Company pours a wide variety of carbon, low alloy steel along with grey and ductile iron in weights ranging from 10 to 8,000 pounds. Flask Sizes available in various sizes to...
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    Bremer Manufacturing Company, Inc. Provider of Tier 1 and Tier 2 Aluminum Sand Castings. Bremer offers a wide range of services. We are ISO certified and an approved tier #1 and #2 supplier to diesel...
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    Eastern Alloys manufactures the complete range of zinc die casting alloys. ZAMAK alloys were first developed during the 1920's by The New Jersey Zinc Company. The name ZAMAK draws upon the...
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    Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science is a new global company created in July 2017 within the Hitachi High Technologies Group. Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science has a rich 40 year heritage of...
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    With over thirty years experience in the production and development of advanced technical ceramics, International Syalons are experts in the field. We are the UK's leading manufacturer of sialon...
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    Malvern Panalytical technologies are used by scientists and engineers in a wide range of industries and organizations to solve the challenges associated with maximizing productivity, developing better...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2020
    The most common solders are tin-lead alloys with a low melting point. Their high-quality cross-sectioning of SEM and EPMA and thin films for TEM are difficult to be prepared by ion beam milling.
  • Article - 29 Jun 2012
    ASTM and SAE have together been responsible for the development of the Unified Numbering System that is referred to as an identification number for alloys and metals. This article outlines the UNS...