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Computed Tomography is becoming metrology-grade, which may scramble some acronyms for QC experts
Collecting multiple x-ray images
Evaluating data, accounting for scale
Will buyers see the possibilities?
$1.34-million LIFT program aims to optimize manufacturing methods using available ductile iron alloys
High-integrity casting, dissimilar metal casting too
Grede, Michigan Tech to lead R&D
Focus on composition, cooling rates
As information technology develops, accelerates, and accumulates, enterprise platforms are becoming more user-oriented
“Paperless” process management
Stainless Foundry makes moves
As leverage shifts to electrical consumers, some foundries and diecasters find themselves ahead of the trend
Comparing energy-demand savings
Taking advantage of dynamic pricing
Managing demand response
General Motors will invest $1 billion in its Warren Technical Center campus, a project it stated would result in approximately 2,600 new jobs that support "future business growth" at that research center in the Detroit metropolitan area...