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.
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.
France's Le Creusot Forge (LCF), a supplier of forgings to the nuclear power industry, ceased operations in December 2015 upon the discovery of quality issues pertaining to the composition of some steel components used in reactor vessels.
AMH55 allows users to maximize their productivity and easily measure impressions on various surface conditions with accurate micro-/macro-indentation hardness testing available in fully automatic, semi-automatic and lite configurations.