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Published: 6/14/2019

NASF Palmetto Technical Conference is Oct. 9-11
Chapter President Paul Skelton says the event brings together a community of metal finishing professionals to promote and advance the industry’s past, present and future.

Published: 6/7/2019

Noble Aerospace Now Parent Company of Embee, All Metals
Embee Processing and All Metals Processing were named Products Finishing Top Shops in 2019, and have become leaders in the aerospace finishing industry.  

Published: 5/10/2019

Techmetals Earns Boeing Approvals
The approvals include electroless nickel, cadmium, hard coating aluminum anodize, and sulfuric anodize.

Published: 5/2/2019

Trion Coatings Partners with KCH Services
KCH will act as Trion’s exclusive engineering, procurement and construction provider for the plating technology.

Published: 4/30/2019

California Platers Take Message to Statehouse
The group visits numerous state legislators to discuss issues related to the finishing industry.

Published: 4/24/2019

NY/NJ's Masters Association of Metal Finishers Honors Members
Honorees included Walter Schwartz, who received the Award of Special Recognition for his work in the industry, and New Brunswick Plating, which received the Stephen Candiloro Memorial Award.

Published: 4/24/2019

VIDEO: A Look Inside the May Issue
Editor Tim Pennington takes you inside the upcoming May issue to show you what Products Finishing is covering this month.

Published: 4/22/2019

NASF Palmetto Southeast Chapter Plating Course a Success
The five-hour technical presentation attracted about 50 industry professionals from throughout the southeast region.  

Published: 4/18/2019

MIT and NASA Engineers Design New Airplane Wing with Movable Surfaces
Researchers say the new wing could provide a significant boost in aircraft production, flight and maintenance efficiency.

Published: 4/16/2019

Bales Metal Surface Solutions Enhances In-house Lab Capabilities
Bales upgraded the lab equipment to allow for automated titration of the plating baths and acquired two atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) machines.