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Electrodeposition of Ni-Fe-Mo-W Alloys - Part 7
Seventh Quarterly Report - AESF Research Project #R-117. This NASF-AESF Foundation research project report covers the seventh quarter of project work (July-September 2014).
Article: External Published: 2/19/2015
Santa Clara Plating Reeling In Big Customers
Owner and pro fisherman Tom Coss took a chance in finishing 40 years ago.
Article Published: 2/1/2015
Internship Paving the Way for Military Electroplating
New program enables nine students to specialize in plating at Corpus Christi Army Depot.
Article Published: 2/1/2015
NASF Joins Over 100 Industry Associations to Support Federal TSCA Reform
AAI is a coalition that includes a range of chemical manufacturers, processors and distributors, as well as downstream users in the value chain.
Article Published: 2/1/2015
NASF: EPA Releases More Stringent Definition of Solid Waste Regulation
The new revisions state that the recycling of secondary materials can occur only if specific regulatory requirements are met.
Article Published: 2/1/2015
Manufacturing of Electrocatalytic Material for Large Scale Hydrogen Production by the Combination of Electroplating, PVD, Thermochemical Diffusion and Leaching Processes
This paper is a fine example of the multitude of ways that surface finishing can be brought to bear in process development. In this case, a combination of processes is applied to large scale hydrogen production.
Article: External Published: 1/20/2015
Cadillac Treatment From Michigan Zinc Plater
Cadillac Plating runs its zinc lines 24 hours a day, and doesn’t lock its doors even when customer parts are still waiting to be plated
Article Published: 1/1/2015
Two-Year Process Earns Chemetall Recognition from Ford Motor Co.
Chemetall North America earned the highly-coveted Q1 Supplier Status Certification from Ford Motor Co.
Article Published: 1/1/2015
Cadillac Treatment From Michigan Plater
Michigan zinc plater works round the clock for customers.
Article Published: 1/1/2015
Aerospace Finds a Home in Alabama
Alabama’s aerospace sector employs 83,000 people at more than 400 companies.
Article Published: 12/1/2014

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