August 1, 2009
By: Patrick Cain
Warm forming, or forming material heated in the 200-degree-C to 500-degree-C range, offers dramatic improvement in forming properties over room temperature forming for many aluminum or magnesium alloys—without exotic heat sources or tooling.
Skills aren’t everything - by Vicki Bell
Have you ever known a highly intelligent, skilled individual who created nothing but ill will and disorder in the workplace? How did your employer handle this situation? “Welding Wire” readers recently weighed in on this topic after reading the blog post “Voting workers off the island.”
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