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Cover story from Jerry Bauer from Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. and Sam Sutton from Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. on Aerospace NESHAP.
Will it be business as usual or are major changes in store for the aerospace industry as feds look at 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart GG, commonly referred to as the Aerospace National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants, or NESHAP.
Cy Gipoor, whose shop specializes in aerospace finishes, sits just a few miles from the Hollywood lights in suburban Los Angeles. What was once a shuttered plating shop with no customers is now vibrant and growing, adding $2 million in new facilities and equipment in 2014.
Foremost in the understanding of vibratory bowl loading efficiency is a basic understanding of theoretical versus actual working capacity of the machine.
Joy H. Forsmark is a staff member of Ford Motor Co.’s Research and Advanced Engineering Laboratory, working in casting and solidification modeling. She will be a featured speaker at ECOAT14 next month in Orlando.
Little things salespeople do wrong that make a big impact on the customer relationship. Matt explains 10 things you should avoid.
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