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  • What Is Roll Slitting in the Manufacturing Industry?

    What Is Roll Slitting in the Manufacturing Industry?

    • February 19, 2020

    Manufacturing companies use a variety of processes to manipulate raw materials into finished processes, one of which is roll slitting. A type of shearing operating, it involves cutting large rolls of raw material into smaller, narrower rolls. Whether it’s iron, steel or even titanium, most materials can be cut via rolling slitting. To learn more

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  • How Stainless Steel Is Made

    How Stainless Steel Is Made

    • February 18, 2020

    From automotive engines and bicycles to hammers, screwdrivers and industrial machines, countless products are made of stainless steel. Over the past century, stainless steel has become increasingly common. You can now find it nearly everywhere you look. Even with its unparalleled level of popularity, though, many people don’t know how it’s made. If you’re wondering

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  • What Is Chemical Vapor Deposition?

    What Is Chemical Vapor Deposition?

    • February 14, 2020

    Have you heard of chemical vapor deposition? It’s a new-age manufacturing process that involves the use of vacuum technology to deposit materials onto a surface or substrate. Chemical vapor deposition is used to make a variety of products, some of which include solar panels, semiconductor thin films and more. To learn more about chemical vapor

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  • The 6-Step Process of Shell Mold Casting

    The 6-Step Process of Shell Mold Casting

    • February 13, 2020

    Also known simply as shell molding, shell mold casting is a casting process that involves the use of resin-covered sand for the mold. Molten metal is poured into the mold’s cavity, at which point the mold vaporizes to create a hard shell. Although it sounds complex, shell mold casting is a relatively simple process that’s

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  • What Is a Sheet Metal Screw?

    What Is a Sheet Metal Screw?

    • February 11, 2020

    Consisting of common metals or alloys — steel, copper, nickel, tin, titanium, etc. — sheet metal is both harder and stronger than wood. As a result, it requires the use of special screws. You typically can’t drive a conventional screw into sheet metal. Thankfully, there are special types of screws designed for sheet metal. Known

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  • Exploring the Different Types of Blow Molding Processes

    Exploring the Different Types of Blow Molding Processes

    • February 7, 2020

    Blow molding is a manufacturing process that’s designed to create hollow parts. It’s called “blow molding” because it typically involves blowing air or inert gas into the center of a heated object. As the air or inert gas accumulates, it creates an enlarged cavity inside the object. The object is then allowed to cool and

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