Tag: metal

Metal business cards

Business cards for the bold

Business cards serve as a physical reminder of the cardholder long after the initial introduction, and in a world of digital communication and social networks, the tangibility of a business card is more important than ever. Stylish, durable, and highly memorable, metal business cards have become popular with those who want to stand out from the paper-based competition. The metal of choice? Stainless steel, prized for its aesthetic qualities, widespread availability, and ease of customization.
Hitachi High-Tech launches the OE750

Hitachi High-Tech launches the OE750

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Corporation (Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science), a Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation wholly-owned subsidiary engaged in the manufacture and sales of analysis and measuring instruments, launches the OE750 – a ground-breaking new optical emission spectrometer for verifying demanding metals specifications in foundries and metal production.
Turnkey solution for precision metal parts welding

Turnkey solution for precision metal parts welding

The new Coherent ExactWeld 230 is a turnkey solution for automated, precision laser welding of metal parts. It includes a 200 W (400 W optional) fiber laser, part clamping, up to four-axis (x, y, z, c), user-friendly software, an optional vision system, and factory automation capabilities (Industry 4.0/IIoT ready).
Rhodium powder pressed melted

Metal powders: a niche to watch!

Despite product developments and vast investments around the world, the metal powder industry has not yet really taken off, nor have the sceptics been satisfied. Acknowledging that this is a technology for which home-grown expertise is essential for competitiveness, many countries are developing a powder metallurgy industry. As a result developments can be seen almost on a daily basis in every region of the world.

The evolution of EPC’s in India

The Indian EPC business is growing rapidly at a faster pace than even China’s booming industry. At the same time the level of technical knowledge of materials and equipment is steadily increasing. Stainless Steel World spoke to Mr. Mrinal Das, Senior General Manager, Projects at Jacobs Engineering who has worked on projects in the Indian market for 29 years, about how the industry – and the role of a Project Manager – has evolved.
Text & photos courtesy of Washington State Department of Transportation and University of Nevada

New ‘smart-metal’ for earthquake-resistant structures

Super-elastic alloys and bendable concrete composites have been used for a first-in-the-world application in downtown Seattle, USA.

ILVA orders two hot-metal plants from SMS group

The project will be handled by two companies of SMS group, SMS INNSE and SMS Mevac, on a semi-turnkey basis (i.e. including on-site assembly).

New alloy as tough as steel

Scientists at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena have developed an alloy that is as strong and as sturdy as the toughest steel. Combining the best features of glass and metals to create amorphous metals, this development could potentially replace steel in buildings, cars or bridges.

Outokumpu awards scholarship grants

On 8 December 2008, Outokumpu Oyj Foundation awarded grants for the year 2009 to the amount of EUR 222,900.

Mott Corp. exhibit at Semicon West 2007

Mott Corporation will be exhibiting at Semicon West 2007 (July 17-19) in San Francisco.