Cleveland was revisited as the site of Forge Fair 2017 April 4-6. More than 1,600 attendees made their way to the shores of Lake Erie to see the best and brightest that the forging industry had to offer.
For the second consecutive time, Cleveland hosted Forge Fair during the first week of April. The event was a rousing success, as forging industry executives and technical experts from around the world converged on the shores of Lake Erie for three days of exhibitions and technical sessions.
The ability to automatically scan the entire surface of forgings for tiny cracks, pores or other glitches is of great benefit to the forging industry. Fluorescent-penetrant testing is a well-established inspection technique used in the metalworking industries.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM)'s booklet, "The Little Blue Collar Fact Book," highlights some basic facts and debunks some myths about American manufacturing that our elected officials and those of us who vote for them need to know.
The Trump Administration has reached the unofficial (but much analyzed) 100-day mark, and the Forging Industry Association continued its commitment to involvement in public policy with its 14th Annual Lobby Day.
The George S. Ansell Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (MME) department at Colorado School of Mines (CSM) has a long commitment to undergraduate and graduate education and research in physical metallurgy.
The patent-pending Weld Mold RC-17 Fly-By-Wire welding process enables operators to perform totally remote floodwelding from the safety of a temperature-controlled environment while maintaining total control of the welding operation and long-established best welding procedures.