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Aerospace Defense Coatings Of Georgia

By pelting the component repeatedly with steel, glass, or ceramic shot, we can increase the fatigue life. The process creates a compressed surface layer which removes any microscopic cracks that could later cause fatigue failure. Read more...

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Midwest Metal Products

With Midwest Metal Products' complete in-house screen printing operation, (including artwork development,) they can take your product from concept to finished part, making them your complete "Single Source" manufacturer. Read more...

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Tech Met Inc.

Tech Met has extensive experience in the removal of steel and stainless steel cans from Hot Isostatic Pressed (HIP) and extrusion consolidated components. This is an effective means of can removal for production parts or billets, or even for the recovery of HIP and extrusion consolidated scrap Read more...

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Tech Met Inc.

Tech Met has worked to develop a variety of chemical milling and etch related processes to enable production of such products as fusion welded Inconel heat exchangers, titanium metal matrix composites, thin metallic foils down to .0004" thick, and precision patterns etched on 3-dimensional shapes. Read more...

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Tech Met Inc.

Tech Met performs chemical milling primarily on titanium, hi-temp and ferrous alloy components, and some aluminum alloys. Alloys such as Superalloys, Nickel, tantalum, copper, and magnesium are also processed. Read more...

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Tech Met Inc.

Chemical milling can be done from all surfaces or selectively via masking. Milling is done to print or specification.

Typical applications of chemical milling include Inconel jet engine mixer components, titanium exhaust system cowlings, forgings (titanium, steel, or hi-temp), engine combustion cases, and thin wall tub... Read more...

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MINTEQ® International Inc, Pyrogenics Group

The newest advancement described by experts as "the perfect memory technology" relies on ultra-pure, Pyroid® pyrolytic graphite in the most critical processes by providing the lowest erosion rate of any known material. This extremely pure, high density, material provides strength and hardness along with very low porosity that is virtually impermea... Read more...

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Metal Cutting Corporation

Our cleanroom houses an array of custom designed system integrated metrology devices. Our cleanroom facility contains LVDT fulcrum beam measuring systems for high volume measuring of micron tolerances, twin sequential camera vision systems using parallel computer processors for defect identification and dual laser PLC full circumference parallelism and concentricity inspection. Read more...

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Omnikote Ltd.

Omnikote has two dip-coating plants, one using conventionalfluidized beds and one using an
electrostatic fluidized bed. Read more...

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Tech Met Inc.

Tech Met performs chemical milling primarily on titanium, hi-temp and ferrous alloy components, and some aluminum alloys. Alloys such as tantalum, copper, and magnesium are also processed. Read more...

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