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Published: 9/22/2017

Combining 3D Printing and Electroplating for Replicable Experimentation
Andreas Osterwalder calls his office a museum: what looks like a collection of small machines are 3D printed and partially electroplated parts that the scientist has been creating for his experiments.

Published: 9/14/2017

How Scanning Jet Engine Thermal Coatings Can Increase Engine Lifetime
A collaboration between Rolls-Royce and researchers at Heriot-Watt University to test jet engine turbine blades.

Published: 9/14/2017

Read the Interview: Uyemura's Tony Revier
Revier, who was attending IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries gathering in Washington, D.C. for IMPACT Washington, D.C. 2017 to advocate for a pro-growth, pro-advanced-manufacturing policy agenda.

Published: 9/8/2017

New England Surface Finishing Regional Conference is Nov. 3
The New England Surface Finishing Regional will be held on November 3 in Salem, Mass. at the Hawthorne Hotel.

Published: 9/6/2017

NASF Michigan Seminar Draws Technical Experts, Inspiration
Event draws finishers from across the state to hear technical experts and inspirational speakers, including highly decorated retired Navy Seal Robert J. O'Neill.

Published: 8/25/2017

Platform Specialty Products Separates MacDermid Into Own Unit
MacDermid Performance Solutions encompasses acquisitions it has made over the years, including Enthone and OMG.

Published: 8/22/2017

California Enacts New Air Quality Law to Shutter Platers
New law gives local pollution control officials the power to issue immediate orders to stop polluting operations when violations pose an “imminent and substantial” danger.

Published: 8/18/2017

Automated Selective Plating Takes Off With Safran Project
Sifco ASC has partnered with Safran on various surface finishing projects for more than 20 years, including recent work to increase wear resistance on an aircraft’s axles.

Published: 8/8/2017

DS Manufacturing Changes Name to Lincoln Industries
This name change marks a continued strengthening of Lincoln Industries' position as the nation’s leading supplier of exhaust tubes in the United States, the company says.

Published: 8/4/2017

New Legislation Will Impose Higher Penalties on California Platers
The current maximum penalty of $7,000 for general violations is increasing to $12,471. This new penalty level also will apply for CAL/OSHA posting, record keeping and notice requirement violations.