Last thursday January 28th, MetSoc student chapter at University Laval hosted this memorable beer and pizza event on the physics of thermal analysis, which was lectured by David Sparkman ( MeltLab). Can you tell what the gentleman on the left is holding on the photo? No, it’s not a beer funnel. Continue reading “Were you at the University Laval event on the physics of Thermal Analysis?”
Did you know how aluminum and iron microstructure by thermal analysis can be predicted by the new MetlLab technology ? Indeed, since 1980 MeltLab adds value to aluminium, bronze steel and more exotic metal castings. Here’s the 2011 AFS paper by David Sparkman. In 2016, why not use the best tool to measure and correct your melt for consistent castings? Continue reading “Aluminum and Iron Microstructure by Thermal Analysis published by AFS”
Wherever you live on beautiful planet Earth, welcome into the year 2016 ! How was 2015 on your side ? In this article, you’ll better understand where we’ve been at Foundry Solutions Metallurgical Services (SF) and where we’re going for the New Year. But first, thank you. Continue reading “What you can expect from Foundry Solutions Metallurgical Services ( SF ) in 2016 ?”
Do you know what is recalescence on a cooling curve ? How easy it is for your foundry to become more profitable in 2016 by measuring recalescence before pouring your castings ? David Sparkman from MeltLab and Yohan Tremblay from Foundry Solutions teamed-up to explain us why foundrymen should really care about recalescence. Continue reading “What is recalescence and why you should care ?”
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