High pressure die casting continues to be the most efficient and lowest cost, large throughput manufacturing process for casting parts from nonferrous metals, such as aluminum, magnesium, zinc, copper, brass, and lead alloys.
Padded reamers are utilized throughout the manufacturing industry to generate the final hole geometry and meet demanding surface finish tolerances.
Surface Microstructure of Normal and Defected Cold Rolled Sheet, Investigated by SEM/EDS and Surface ProfilometryNoah Reape2017-10-13T15:05:52-04:00
This paper features the deviating surface microstructure of some common lubrication-related surface defects such as mottling and “white marks,” as well as heat scratches and frictional pickup.
Compacted graphite iron (CGI) continues to gain use within the automotive industry. The material is being used for the manufacture of brake disks, exhaust manifolds, cylinder heads, as well as diesel engine blocks.
How Data from an Indy 500 Racecar Team will Help Bearings Perform Better in Everything from Heavy Equipment to Rolling Mills.Noah Reape2017-10-13T15:03:44-04:00
Some people may believe that using a seven million dollar racecar as a test “lab” to develop a better grease is a bit of a crazy idea. Nonetheless, Joel Garrett, head of Quaker Chemical Corporation’s specialty grease business Summit Lubricant’s Inc., thought it was a perfect idea and, after working in conjunction with Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing (“SFHR”), it turned out he was right.
Free Boric Acid Determination In Amine Borate Reaction Blends Using Solubility Studies And 11B-NMR-spectroscopyNoah Reape2017-10-13T15:02:25-04:00
Free Boric Acid Determination in Amine Borate Reaction Blends Using Solubility Studies and B-NMR-Spectroscopy.